Pamper Yourself Today, Mom

by Michelle McComb May 13, 2018

Multitasker. Problem solver. Fire putter-outer. Mom. We’re wishing a very Happy Mother’s Day to all of the Biossance-loving moms out there. We hope you’re being showered with love today and of course, the gift of clean beauty. Take a moment (or several) and follow our guide to pamper yourself on this special day dedicated to you.

Detox Your Mind and Body

Start your day with a mini-meditation session. Just 10 minutes will do the trick. Clear your mind of any stressful, negative, toxic thoughts and get ready to receive all the love you deserve. Follow it up with Dry Brushing as a stimulating massage to help move lymph fluid and encourage detoxification. Read more about the benefits here.

Treat Yourself to a DIY Spa Day

Give yourself some head-to-toe TLC. Take a few extra minutes to do your full skincare routine. You know, the one with 15 steps you can never get through without someone yelling “Mom!” after just two steps in. After cleansing, apply our Squalane + Phyto-Retinol Serum, which everyone describes as spa-like both in scent and feel. Then give yourself a facial massage with our Squalane + Vitamin C Rose Oil, moving in upward strokes. Bonus: apply excess oil to give your cuticles some love as well.

Get Your Glow On

Take 5 minutes to work on your Downward Dog. Focus on connecting your breath while going through a few rounds of Sun Salutations. You’ll feel more centered and ready to enjoy the day. Plus it’ll bring out that natural dewy look (read: sweat) that you can pair with several pumps of our Squalane + Micronutrient Fine Mist for the ultimate natural glow. Own it.

We hope we’ve inspired you to make some time for self-care today. And if you didn’t get the gift of clean beauty, treat yourself with our Mother's Day Sets or our limited edition Only the Good kit. Plus get a free Dry Body Brush on orders of $50+ with code BRUSH. It’s the perfect way to show yourself some love.

Michelle McComb


Michelle McComb
Michelle McComb

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I’m what I like to call a beauty “holy grail seeker”, which means I own 150+ nude/pink shades of lipstick and am still on the hunt for the best one. When it comes to skincare, I believe in real ingredients that actually work, not marketing fluff. In my free time, I perform in musicals and play Pickleball. Previously of ipsy and K&L Wines.


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