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KCL Friday Finds

Welcome to another Friday Finds! Can you guys believe it's the weekend before Thanksgiving?! Time has been flying by since we moved into our new home, and I'm miraculously keeping up with all of the PR samples and promos and photography. At KCL we've also passed 5K followers on Insta and have a huge giveaway featuring some of my favorite things...over $500 worth of faves (including this gorgeous red nail polish)! You can enter to win here >.

Next week's finds will be Black Friday deals, so there won't be the usual small shops featured, but that is to make way for my big Holiday Gift Guide that will be posted on Small Business Saturday! On today's finds, you get a sneak peek at one of the gift guide picks as well as some self-care bath and body goodies and some adorable ornaments to help you kick off your holiday decor. Enjoy!


When it comes to makeup, nothing could be more perfect for the holiday season than this gorgeous red nail polish. I've featured T…

Easy DIY Turmeric Face Mask


I've got a super easy DIY face mask for you guys today! DIY turmeric masks have been a major trend on social media and beauty sites lately, and with  good reason - they're so good for your skin! There are several reasons why Turmeric Face Masks can help you get your glow on. The curcumin in this brightly-colored spice has powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, thus the turmeric benefits for skin can include detoxifying, anti-aging, calming, and healing. In other words; it can help clear congestion, helps to heal blemishes and reduce scars, can boost collagen, and prevents damage from free radicals.

I've mixed turmeric with coconut oil for my DIY mask, but you can use other ingredients for different skin needs. For example, a dairy yogurt containing lactic acid can boost the anti-aging and skin brightening properties, while a honey turmeric mask would be best for fighting bacteria and blemishes. The coconut oil is a great ingredient for extra moisturizing.




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Blend thoroughly and apply with a face mask brush. Leave on for 10-15 minutes then rinse. Please test on a small area of skin to ensure you aren't allergic, and take caution that turmeric can stain very easily. We have a plastic bathroom sink vs. porcelain, for example, and it unfortunately stained it yellow. Next time, I'll wash this mask off in the shower or our stainless steel kitchen sink. And don't worry if you look like an Umpa-Lumpa after rinsing. Simply follow the mask with an oil-free facial cleanser. I followed my mask up with a charcoal facial cleansing bar, and it eliminated any residue from the turmeric.

Which would you use for your own DIY turmeric face mask - the oil, yogurt, or honey? Let me know in the comments below!

And for those of you who would much rather buy than DIY, you can shop these great Turmeric Face Masks.

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