Welcome to You Look Moist, a column in which Repeller asks cool people with glowing visages how they achieved their supreme hydration (amongst other things). Today’s story features content creator and sustainable fashion enthusiast, Jazmine Rogers.
How would you describe your skin (including the best and most challenging things about it)?
Like me, my skin is a little sensitive. It doesn’t respond well to harsh or unnatural products, so I try to make sure I choose products with the simplest and cleanest ingredients. It’s always been a bit dewy, too, but I’ve learned to love and embrace that. I don’t break out much other than sometimes on my period or after eating too many oily foods, but nothing to complain about. I also noticed I get these weird, bug bite-like bumps when I touch my face too much. I have no idea why it does that, so if you’re a dermatologist reading this, help ya girl out.
How would you describe your skincare approach in general? (high-maintenance? Low-maintenance? Worthy of canonization?)
If I want my skin to look like a cute baby’s bum, I need to treat it like one. I use just a few gentle and natural products.
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