Wellness

3 Skincare Rituals to Rejuvenate Your Routine

Written by
Parachute Team
PHOTOGRAPHS BY
Jazmine Rogers for Parachute

Our mornings look a little different these days, as do our evenings! What used to be rushed has slowed down, what was easy now receives more care. This is especially true when it comes to taking care of our skin. We partnered with wellness and beauty brand Golde to share three morning skincare rituals that are sure to inspire and rejuvenate your routine.

Julianny Casado

My morning starts in my Cloud Cotton Robe in white. First, I prep my hair with Virtue Shampoo and Conditioner, Prose Hair Oil and Virtue Labs 6-in-1 Styler , I let it sit while I go about my face routine for the day. I love to squeeze in a mask a few mornings a week to detox my skin, I’ve been loving Kiehl's Avocado Nourishing Hydrating Mask. After 15 minutes, I rinse and cleanse with what’s left of my Red Earth Green Rush Bubble Cleanser. Next I apply Kiehl's Creamy Eye Treatment with Avocado and Pixi's Rose Ceramide Cream. I have sensitive skin, so I like to keep it light. To learn more follow me @ju_wels.

Daphne Blunt

I like to start my day by sipping on the Golde Matcha Latte Blend. I feel so much better after getting all my superfoods. Next, I start my skincare routine by applying serums from Dr. Barbara Sturm including the Hyaluronic Serum, Calming Serum and Glow Drops. I like to brighten and hydrate my eye with Murad Vita-C Eyes Dark Circle Corrector. It works wonders! I always like to add a little glow before I'm done by applying Erborian Glow Creme. Voila and follow me @daphneblunt. 

Jazmine Rogers

I kick-off my routine by rinsing my face with lukewarm water. Next, I apply Golde Clean Greens Face Mask on irritated parts of my face. I let it sit and soak in all the goodness for 10 minutes. After I rinse off the mask, I spray Rosewater Toner from Lovett Sundries all over my face. I finish off my skincare ritual by applying Baobab Facial Oil from Linear Beauty. I'm ready to take on the day! See you @thatcurlytop.