|My frazzled sink on beauty regime overload|
This week I tackled a big challenge - to eliminate the speed bump I call a bathroom sink and bring order to its chaos.
I have neglected my poor little bathroom sink, piling it high with hair, face, teeth, and goodness-knows-what-else products to the point where any form of consistent beauty routine is non-existent. The only area I can claim to be very diligent in is oral care, but even that process has been a time drain as I'm scrambling to find the right supplies every night... leaving me (err, I hate to admit this) sometimes too tired to even bother with face wash or lotion, let alone get to any of those other things like hand-scrub or body lotion that I swear I'm going to start using routinely.
Have you been there? You know that order should be brought to your beauty regime, but the products just pile up until it's a mish-mosh of beauty gone wrong.
Using some of these revolutionary products like my newly discovered Basq Rebalancing Face Cleanser improve my skin. Using these regular (like toothpaste) and special (like my face cleanser) items also makes me feel better, taking time to pamper and hydrate is good for the soul and body!
|Ahh....organization and tranquility restored!|
So, folks, I decided it's time to kick this habit to the bathroom-curb and within the span of an hour, I cleaned, sorted, discarded expired items, set up a box for donating unused/unneeded items, and logically set-up my bathroom cabinets and more importantly my sink. I just thought about my ideal routine and set up only the items I need each day on the sink, or nearby in a cabinet or drawer. The rest of the cabinets and drawers hold my stock-up items, or occasional needs like cotton balls and make-up.
I am delighted to say I have maintained order and now have a quick, simple, faithful beauty routine I follow every day and night.
It. Is. So. Liberating!
(And my skin is getting that "I'm taken care of, hydrated, and healthy" glow.)
Do you have road blocks or speed bumps in your beauty routine? What are you going to do/ have you done to overcome them?