This post is sponsored by Bioré but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.
Skincare step number one: pay attention to your pores!
Today I’m so excited to partner with Bioré to chat through two easy steps and two key ingredients to help your combination skin.
You know I love Bioré – it’s been a skincare staple of mine since I was in middle school. Last week, I chatted about my love for Bioré’s witch hazel products, and this week, I’m chatting about baking soda and blue agave.
Benefits of Baking Soda for Combination Skin
Baking soda is the perfect solution for mild exfoliation that helps to banish acne and dull skin. It also has microbacterial properties to further prevent breakouts.
Benefits of Blue Agave for Combination Skin
Blue agave naturally helps to sooth and condition your skin. It also helps to fight against bacteria and hydrate your skin. So many beneifits!
Power of Baking Soda + Blue Agave
Put the power of baking soda and blue agave together and you have a combination skin dream team! The ingredients help to lift away daily dirt and oil and even remove pollution to seriously purify clogged pores. Skin is left clean, refreshed and nourished.
Biore Blue Agave + Baking Soda Balancing Pore Cleanser: I love Biore face cleansers and this one is one of my favorite! It deep cleanses and nourishes your skin and has a lovely, light scent that makes you feel like you are at the spa.
Blue Agave Baking Soda Detox Mask: If you have sensitivity to menthol, I do warn you that this mask won’t be for you , but if you are in the clear, this mask is wonderful to help deeply detox your pores.
Blue Agave Baking Soda Instant Warming Clay Mask: While I was trying out the pore cleanser and detox mask, I noticed this warming mask at Ulta, too, and had to give it a shot! I love a good warming mask – there is nothing more satisfying than a mask you can feel working.
For all my combination skin ladies out there – it is so important to use ingredients that both detoxify and hydrate or you will be left with overly dry skin or enlarged pores. If you haven’t tried baking soda and agave, give it a shot and let me know your thoughts below! XO