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My thoughts: Soap and Glory's Fab Pore range | #BabesOfGlory

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*Includes gifted items

Do you remember a few years ago when I used to do a series here on my blog called "My thoughts:"? I just remembered about it as I was titling this blog post, so I thought I'd bring it back for today's write up. Recently, Soap and Glory very kindly sent me some of their Fab Pore range to try out, and without giving too much away already, I loved it, and therefore decided to tell you more.

I have been testing the 3 products out over the past few weeks, and I have to say, I wish they had been in my life, much, much sooner.


Let's start with The Fab Pore Purifying Foam Cleanser. I know people have mixed feelings about foam cleansers, but personally I really like to use them when I am in the shower. They make my skin feel super clean. This one does exactly that, it washes away any impurities and leaves my skin feeling smooth AF. A lil goes a long way, you only need a pump, or 2 if you're double cleansing, and the amount in the bottle hardly s…

Why I took a break from Social Media

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I am just going to be frank here. On Monday evening, I had a breakdown.

I have been treading water for a while, and finally the wave hit. It sucked me under, to point where I was drowning, and desperately scrambling for air. I felt suffocated and like I couldn't see clearly. The water had not just gotten into my lungs, but it had gotten into my eyes too, not allowing me to see things correctly. I felt like the validation I crave off social media was morphing my view on the world, and those around me. I felt like I had to start searching for that love within me, instead of longing for it off others. I needed to take time to care for my own self, nurture my obviously fragile state of mind, and just be sure that I was in the right place, doing the right thing.

I rather dramatically deleted all the apps in my "Social" folder in my phone, as I felt like I needed thinking time. After a culmination of events in the days leading up to Monday, I just felt lost, like I had no idea…