the branding of skin care products can be a tricky thing, it seems. obviously, you want something that works and fixes whatever issue is plaguing you. quality ingredients come at a price, and it's icing on the cake if that product actually looks pretty enough to display in your bathroom (Aquaphor may work like a dream, but it's definitely not adding anything to the aesthetics of my vanity). #topshelfgoals
I've been a little obsessed with Herbivore Botanicals for a while now, and now I can't get enough of its simple yet strong aesthetic and follow it on every available social platform. I want to load up my shopping cart with every single one of their charcoal soap bars and bath salts, but for now, I'm just trying out their Blue Tansy Resurfacing Mask. $48 is a little steep for a mask, but if it's amazing as all of its reviews make it sound, I think it's an investment well made.