They can all begin to feel repetitive in an ongoing cycle of skincare trends.
A novel and divisive anti-aging hack was discovered by a mother blogger.
Si-Si Hoffman is a blogger and digital developer who shares advise on motherhood, beauty, and skincare in her videos (@sisihoffman).
The now-31-year-old blogger gave birth to her kid in the summer of 2020, and she resides in London, according to Daily Mail.
The blogger revealed what she called her “liquid gold” beauty secret in a video.
She detailed how she used colostrum to refresh her drab skin in her post.
Cleveland Clinic claims that this is the milk that the mammary glands secrete following childbirth.
It transforms into breast milk within 2 to 4 days of a baby’s birth and is nutrient-dense to boost a newborn’s immune system.
It’s called liquid gold for a reason, she noted in her message to all mothers and mothers-to-be.
Cow colostrum is a common element in cosmetic products, according to Coveteur.
Hembrow gushed about the mask, according Perth Now. She said, “Oh my gosh, my skin after I wiped it off was so smooth, like, I promise I’m going to be using my breast milk on my skin, like, every day.”
Hoffman had a comparable experience. She mentioned every benefit in her post, including the fact that it is “magically anti-inflammatory.”
“It stimulates the production of normal healthy skin bacteria, which will fight any problematic bacteria,” she wrote.
“It can topically help any hormonal imbalances when applied on the skin,” she added.
“It naturally contains growth factors which essentially make the skin regenerate,” she confirmed.
“You may think…SHE IS CRAZY…for applying that to her face…” she wrote, as she rubbed colostrum onto her skin.