The beauty boxes, K-Beauty and Co., have long since turned our bathrooms into small skin care boutiques. Let's be honest: who can ultimately resist the abundance of beautiful products? But, as is the case with trends, the #beautyhaul is slowly turning the tide so that the surplus of cosmetics now gives up the new concept: #nobuy.
#nobuy beauty and sustainability
While bloggers of beauty have long been almost daily, mega-mascara presented after the next day, more and more voices call for lower spending. As a natural disposable industry, the cosmetics industry has been struggling for many years with issues such as plastic consumption, animal welfare and fair trade. But even in the industry, where long-term quality is concerned, influential people and consumers are slowly thinking.
Also known as the Attenborough effect (named after David Attenborough's "Net Planet" about Netflix), this phenomenon has only boosted star activists such as Greta Thunberg: who did not think twice, a mild scent shower gel Just to be dismissed, now there are obvious recycle thoughts.
#nobuy The beauty and trend of leather skin for glossy skin
But not only is it environmentally acceptable to limit your own makeup use. Dermatologists confirm that most skin problems are caused by diarrhea. So if you think you improve yours with different pimple drugs, the truth is just the opposite.
Our skin can usually create its own defense and regenerate itself. Everyone who is constantly working on them with different products not only emphasizes their sensitive system but makes them lazy. For example, those who supply the skin and hair with too much oil can only produce naturally less of themselves – a kind of vicious circle that guarantees their dependence on cosmetic products. Those who treat their skin with Lent, which completely eliminate their products, create perfect conditions for permanent restraint and allowing the skin to breathe again.