Empowerment

Be Fresh like a Sunflower

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When waking up each morning, coffee seemed like the solution for everything. But what my coveted caffeine couldn’t treat was the rough, dry skin staring back at me when looking in the mirror. Of all the things to do in the A.M. the last thing I wanted to worry about was the quality of my skin. To resolve this issue I did a little bit of research. As a result, sunflower oil became one of my Go-To’s. Sunflower oil is best known for its anti-inflammatory properties and its ability to create new skin cells. It rids the skin of acne-causing bacteria and dead skin cells (microdermabrasion) and if you use it regularly, you can really see the difference it makes. It’s empowering to wake up each morning and see smooth, succulent skin staring back at you. That’s how it feels when your skin impurities are eradicated. Talk about a confidence boost! If having healthy skin is a priority for you, then I would definitely check out some of the products listed below:

If you’re into rich scents with intense hydration then check out Good Earth Beauty’s electrifying body balms. These natural balms come in a few different scents- Lavender, Geranium Rose, Tea Tree Pachouli, Lemon Grass and even neutral https://www.goodearthbeauty.com/body-balm-natural. Sunflower oil that’s blended with shea butter and essential oils is definitely a concoction to not miss out on!

Another product I would recommend is a face wash by Shea Terra Organic’s. It’s called, Black Soap Rose Hips. Not only does this wash consist of sunflower oil but it is made with African black soap which is ideal for treating skin discoloration and dark spots. This product is a must-have because it will have you looking like a million bucks! I use this oil religiously and I don’t plan on stopping anytime soon! The sunflower benefits are endless 🙂 

Kaci Gregory is a recent graduate from Muhlenberg College with a double major in Media & Communications and French & Francophone studies. Because of her interest in women's studies, diversity and her passion for cosmetics and fashion, she founded the blog "She's Debonnaire." Her objective is to facilitate dialogue among women on issues related to gender, race, culture, and sexuality and how they impact perceptions of beauty.

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