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I’ve been trying to swift slowly to natural cosmetics but unfortunately I’ve noticed there are some natural ingredients which cause allergic irritation on my skin. Plus very often the packaging in natural cosmetics is not very appealing to be honest and  I’m one of those people who chooses everything 50% based on packaging.

So obviously when noticing that NUORI products doesn’t give me any weird reactions, and actually work on my skin, I got very excited. I mean look at these beautiful bottles. The body oil has became my absolute favorite; it absorbs really fast and has only a subtle fresh smell.

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If you are not willing to splurge on cosmetics, I recommend to check on the award-winning beaty brand The Ordinary. I use their Cold-Pressed Maroccan Argan Oil for both hair and skin, and recently decided to give a try for their Vitamin C Suspension, which works as a natural scrub.

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I’ve done some updates to my beauty routines as I’m trying to minimize the number of products used and eventually use only natural cosmetics. My latest crush is Blue Beauty Drops from RAAW in a jar, which I’ve heard can do miracles to your skin. For me it’s too early to say but so far so good. Also a friend of mine recommended this wooden comb to avoid damaging hair.

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img_3847When it comes to skincare, I have jus few product I use. Not only because I’m lazy but also because my skin reacts to every changes I do in my routines. And not in a good way.

In the picture; Aesop oil free moisturizer, tea tree exfoliator and handcream with my everyday jewellery, N bracelet from Louis Vuitton and the most precious ring, a gift from my boyfriend.