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Skin Journal – 28 Days to Rejuvenation

The Skin Journal – 28 Days to Rejuvenation reads the headline.

You know me, I had to know more – skincare is my jam.

In a nutshell, this beautiful addition offering from clean beauty makeup artist Georgina Alexandra is a solid, concrete skin care journal where individuals’ own routines are put on paper with the help and guidance of expert advice, allowing for self-reflection and real results. You will learn to understand, love and care for your skin with this guide and experience a step-by-step daily model that provides you with useful daily tips and tricks, real facts and information, plus insight from experts about the beautiful new habits you will be creating.

This intrigued me greatly, so I reached out to Georgina in the hope of learning a little more about her and The Skin Journal, and she very warmly accepted. Georgina explained that after studying makeup artistry, she was left confused post-graduation when it came to skin care advice and disliked the toxicity found in commercial products. “I only use clean products because it is better for both our health and the environment. I have a passion for education, and I love to be a part of the conversation about the importance of our health and the correlation between what we are putting on our skin that is being absorbed and the high importance of our planet, too.”

“The Skin Journal educates you along the way with tips and tricks and everything you need to know to start your own overall wellness journey.” Georgina explains. “Absolutely anyone can pick up and read it, it is for all ages. Originally I wrote it for brides, now, since writing it is for everyone to create a relationship with their skin, learn how to read our skin, understand the whys and educate themselves on the cleaver container that holds our body.” Georgina said.

Of course I then asked Georgina the question, “What does clean beauty mean to you?” She replied, “Consciously choosing. Clean beauty means using products that support our choice to be healthy in all aspects of our lives as well as products that support our environment and overall well-being”. Georgina hopes that her journal’s holistic and self-starting approach will help with “releasing the inner feminine goddess of each beautiful soul with the teachings of understating the cosmetic organic, natural, non-toxic and sustainable world.” Redefining the approach to taking care of one’s skin natural while bringing a sense of ease and self-authority, Georgina is set to help women achieve a natural, glowing complexion with healthy skin care and makeup choices.

Putting her education and passion into action, Georgina shares her talent by continuing to work in makeup artistry. “I am working nearly every weekend with my bridal clientele, and I also create makeovers for any occasion offering skin coaching to all my brides – your makeup will only look as good as your skin’s health. 1:1 makeup and skincare coaching are available online for everyone!” She also incorporates regular workshops and events, where she says “We focus on an in-depth understanding of everything I cover in the book and so much more. We do a day to night time makeup look using (obviously) all natural certified organic products. It is a wonderful way to ‘try’ on different foundations, feel and touch other products and learn even more about what suits your face shape, skin tones and everything in between! See what works and what doesn’t along with education on application. It is such a fun day!”

Lastly, I asked Georgina what is the one thing we can all do to improve our skin’s health today. Her reply? “Be consistent with your daily routine – this is why I create the journal. So many ladies swap and change products after a few days because they don’t see change, my journal keeps you informed, encouraged and supported. Cheeky number two – add oil into your routine – doesn’t matter the skin type, add some sort of deeper hydration product that isn’t a moisturiser and see how fresh and youthful your skin becomes!”

Georgina Alexandra – clean beauty makeup artist and The Skin Journal founder
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