In the world of fashion we very often talk about visual beauty. The beauty that we can see with our eyes and that we wear as our second skin, namely our clothes. But we rarely talk about how we can accomplish the same sensation of beauty through our other four senses. Explained in a rough "translation" by Wikipedia, beauty is a characteristic of a person, object, place or idea. It provides a perceptual experience of pleasure or satisfaction. And as someone once said: "Beauty is in the eye of the beholder". Each individual has their own subjective view on the matter. Perceptions of beauty is evolutionarily determined and what is considered beautiful is constantly changing and evolving.
When we were children, brushing our teeth and taking our baths was something that we were taught so we would maintain our basic hygiene. Most of us have adapted to this common cleansing routine and maybe even to another level by the time we hit our teens. There are countless of products that have multiple purposes these days. All to make us feel and smell beautiful. But it can be quite overwhelming to look at hundreds and hundreds of different beauty products, all promising "perfect complexion" and "baby soft skin". Great basics in your bathroom doesn't have to be complicated. It's important to use what your body wants and responds to. What works for someone else might not work for you. Just keep that in mind.
COTTON CARE by &OtherStories