Here we go! Another round of things from last month that I think are purchase-worthy. There’s a little something for everyone here. From t-shirts that support anti-racism efforts, to a show that’s helped bring a little more calm into my life, to a polish that leaves my nails healthier after each wear, here are eight things I tried and loved in March.
Looking for more of my favorite finds? You can find all of my previous posts on this topic here.
Change Cadet is dedicated to providing people and companies with services that support anti-racism, diversity, inclusion, equity, and belonging. In addition to their services, you can purchase apparel to serve as a reminder we’re always doing the work.
Change Cadet is Black-owned and employs an all-women team. I purchased this t-shirt a couple of months ago, and now that the Derek Chauvin trial is underway here in Minneapolis, I thought it would be particularly appropriate to lead with it.
Facial massage continues to be an important part of my destressing ritual both in the morning and at night. I find my face responds better to oil moisture, and I’ve tried a number of oils over the years. In my experience, Pure Radiance Oil goes beyond your standard facial oil. It reduces fine lines and improves skin’s radiance. And it smells amazing. 10/10 from this dry-skinned woman.
If you’re interested in trying it for yourself, you can use the discount code WITANDDELIGHT15 for 15% off your purchase. (This, as with all products in Things I Tried and Loved, is not a sponsored product inclusion but simply a discount I want to pass along to you.)
I clicked on this series after a rough week. I had assumed it would be something that it wasn’t—stock video footage with voiceovers similar to the experience on the Calm app. But it is so much more than that! Each episode is around thirty mins and focuses on one ecosystem or species, shot in a beautiful, dream-like way. It is visually immersive, captivating, inspiring, and, more than anything, leaves me filled up and restored after watching—something a screen rarely provides.
I’ve been using this base coat weekly and it makes my nail color last longer! It looks nice on its own too. I think of this product as a nail treatment—it helps to moisturize and strengthen, and conceals imperfections in your nail color.
I love Beata’s style. It is sophisticated, playful, and, above all, totally unique. This book is really helpful for people who want to learn to create that eclectic style in their home. It’s a very emotional way of thinking about home design.
No matter how much water I drink or how often I put great lip salve on, nothing works better for me to repair flaky lips than this hydrating lip mask. I put it on right before bed and then in the morning after I wash and moisturize my face.
This microneedling tool is, in my experience, worth the expense. The needles stay sharp longer and cover a wider surface of the skin. I use it right before my treatment serums.
If you’re curious to learn more about microneedling, I’d recommend consulting with an esthetician or dermatologist before trying it for yourself.
I had been waking up with huge marks on my face from sleeping on linen pillowcases, so I decided to give these pillowcases a try. They don’t shred in the washing machine and feel so soft, cool, and luxurious on my face! The olive green color (shown above) I purchased is sold out in the king size but still available in queen or standard!
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BY Kate Arends - April 5, 2021
Thank you for being here. For being open to enjoying life’s simple pleasures and looking inward to understand yourself, your neighbors, and your fellow humans! I’m looking forward to chatting with you.