Organic Sunless Self Tanner Discount The secret to making your own sunless self-tanner, at home! It even works better than the popular brands, and is actually healthy for your skin!

So the Lush Mask is obviously called CosMETic warrior not cosmic. Insert a thousand eye rolling emojis here. I’m an idiot. Also, could I have said the words “so”, “ok”, “sensitive”, and “dry” any more? If I drank, which I don’t but if I did, this would’ve been a really great drinking game. Can we also talk about that thumbnail? YouTube suggested it to me. Literal perfection. Thanks YouTube! Also just realized there wasn’t really a point in filming this entire thing without any makeup on except to maybe show you what my skin looks like in real life. Probably could have done without that.

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Organic Sunless Self Tanner Discount The secret to making your own sunless self-tanner, at home! It even works better than the popular brands, and is actually healthy for your skin!

13 replies
  1. Crossing Beauty
    Crossing Beauty says:

    Combination, sensitive skin here! I almost destroyed my face waiting for Mia2 to pass that "going commando" on zits and lookin' like teenage boy at 30! -.- However, Foreo Luna did way better job with no irritations. But as you said, we all react differently using different skin care products, gadgets, whatnot!

  2. Marissa McDonald
    Marissa McDonald says:

    I used to love the Philosophy face wash but after a while it gave me sensitivity as well. I read on beautypedia (which I have no idea how credible it is) that it has ingredients that irritate underneath your skin which made sense to me. I've been using the new Tarte Rainforest of the Sea face wash on my sensitive skin and I love it though!!

  3. kaitlynn donovan
    kaitlynn donovan says:

    late to the party, but i have the same hot lava skin sensitivity issues, and wondered how harsh the clarisonic is? i'm thinking too harsh for me cause i'm battery acid times 10 at all times.

  4. Tammy St. Jean
    Tammy St. Jean says:

    If you want to save a few bucks the Conair True Glow or if your Canadian the Life Brand Sonic Skincare Solutions there exact dupes for each other the Life Brand one even comes with a Conair charger are less then half the price of the Clearsonic and just as good if not better for people with sensitive skin. I have the Life Brand one and I'm in love with it, it only cost me $75 and the brush head replacements are only $15.

  5. MakeupBy MegB
    MakeupBy MegB says:

    Skin type buddies- super sensitive & super dry over here! My skin was dry to begin with and then I thought it'd be a genius idea to move to the desert a few months ago and I'm really paying for it right now LOL. Smart move on my end🙄 I have something similar to the clarisonic and just need to use it everyday instead of every few days days. Also, I use the same cleanser and am shocked I found something that doesn't make my face feel super tight! I need to get my hands on that Lush mask tho. Loved the text in the video, it was super entertaining😂 I hope you start doing videos more regularly 😊

  6. Jessica Grace Norton
    Jessica Grace Norton says:

    I was laughing so hard at your text inserts lol. This was the best skincare routine video I've ever seen, seriously. I've gotta start using my clarisonic again…I think you were actually describing my current skin when you were talking about your skin pre-clarisonic lol.

  7. sedona03
    sedona03 says:

    I need to get the sensitive brush head, the normal one is too harsh for me. Do you use any eye creams or anything for spot treatments? Also what SPF do you use for your face?

  8. Mindy Marie
    Mindy Marie says:

    Lmao! I loved this video
    You know my skin has been freaking out lately and I think it's the damn coconut oil I've been using to remove my make up now that you mentioned it. I'm gonna try out that makeup remover you use. I was always curious about it! Thanks Risa 👍🏼

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