ILLUUM / i'loom / (noun): a SKIN-BODY-SOUL guide to healing your skin and revealing your natural radiance
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I’ve been doing it for six months and the pictures don’t lie.
It’s actually not a jade roller.
Put down the at-home peel.
Professional breathers say you can.
Do you know what’s in those candles?
And that’s the tea.
In an elaborate bid to get you to buy more skincare products.
Injectables are entering the wellness world — but do they make anyone well?
The cosmos guided me to this miracle product.
Turmeric is an ancient Indian cure for… facial hair?
Let’s unpack, shall we?
Anoint your yoni.
If the mind can cause skin issues, can it heal them, too?
“Retinol” minus the “retinol uglies.”
A series that explores the ways in which our heritage, culture, upbringing, and life experiences impact the relationship we have with our skin: how we take care of it, how we feel about it, how we show up in the world.
Natalie’s seven-step oily skin routine is extra but worth it.
And shares her entire skincare routine, top to bottom.
All about Ariana’s Chicanx skincare routine, in her words.
Israeli-Dominican beauty Gabriella Seviya on keeping it simple and loving your skin.
Leah Guerrero, aka Brujita Skincare, on her own skincare line and supporting POC-owned small businesses.
How Janelle Mayo learned to love her skin in all of it’s warm, golden, reactive glory.
Wardrobe stylist Amber Bond has a few words for the skincare industry.
Amanda Megrya of @glowbyamgy mixes ancient Egyptian skincare with modern, science-based products.
Fashion blogger Paxyshia Yang talks eating clean for clear skin.
Cole Slack on how her Ghanaian grandmother influenced her skincare routine.