Editor’s Note: May 2018

For years, I struggled with finding the right products for my sensitive skin. I consulted with many doctors, cosmetologists, neighborhood gurus and family members to find products that could possibly work. Some products never worked and some worked temporarily. But, there was never a product or group of products that satisfied my needs long-term. For anyone who has or knows someone with sensitive skin, my story is not unfamiliar.

Through experience and formal education in cosmetic chemistry, I learned one basic thing about body care (products and routines) that has helped me and many others better manage our unique, sensitive skin. It is a concept that is simple yet easily overlooked by many people, including professionals. Plainly put, it’s “one size does not fit all”.

Just because a friend or family member is able to use a product doesn’t mean that you can. In order for you to realize your best possible skin, it’s important to be aware of (potential) triggers and stay away from them. This effort may seem difficult with the continuous evolution of the beauty market and non-stop ingredient and routine trends. This effort may seem impossible if you are not sure of your triggers.

As in information source, the MASS EDEN Blog strives to bridge this gap. We bring you accurate and relevant information regarding body care tips, trends and information that you can use, especially if you have sensitive skin. Our goal is not to influence you on which products to use or which trends to follow. Our goal is to inform you so that you can make the best decisions for your body and overall wellness.

Thank you,

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T.L. Robinson


Author: TL Robinson

TL Robinson is an entrepreneur and Wellness Advocate with a focus on wellness. She heads MASS EDEN®, a green brand that focuses on the needs of health conscious consumers with sensitive skin; is Editor in Chief of the brands blog; and, is a public speaker with a focus on sharing the importance of physical, mental and emotional health.

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