In this week’s mini-episode, Kate and Doree get another island related question (this time without Oprah and Michelle Obama). They talk about vacation tv/movie/book recommendations and how to go easy on yourself when you get overwhelmed with media to consume. Then, they share a new eye cream recommendation and discuss a listener’s charming gratitude practice.Read More
Kate is back from an anniversary trip to Italy and tells all about her first time face masking on a plane. Doree then discusses her current IVF cycle and the importance of advocating for yourself (especially when someone’s trying to stick a needle in your arm).
Afterwards, the women welcome back facialist and natural skincare expert, Courtney Chiusano. She answers listener questions and covers everything from pregnancy skincare to eye creams for hereditary dark under eye circles. You can follow Courtney on Instagram @CourtneyChiusanoSkinCare.
Then, the women speak to Maurene Goo (author of I Believe in a Thing Called Love and The Way You Make Me Feel, amongst others). She talks about the ups and downs of living abroad, the unexpected joys of hair brushing, and self-care as a way to calm anxiety. Follow her @MaureneGoo on Instagram and Twitter.
Kate opens the show by marvelling at the many listeners from all over the world, while Doree has to guess the top 5 states that download Forever35. Then, Kate discusses sauna miracle she recently experienced and Doree talks about a hotel bidet that changed her butt-care forever. Then, the women detail their nightly skincare routine.
Later, Kate and Doree have the pleasure of speaking to Courtney Chiusano, facialist and skincare expert. Courtney talks all about the differences between oils, the dangers of at-home peels, and answers tons of listener questions. You can book a facial with Courtney through her website or follow her on Instagram @CourtneyChiusanoSkincare.Read More
It's the return of High/Low! Kate compares mascaras and Doree gets to the bottom of the great virgin marula oil conspiracy (note: there might not actually be a conspiracy, but there's a really expensive one and a really cheap one). Then they talk to Anya Yurchyshyn, author of the brand-new memoir My Dead Parents, all about her makeup obsession and her tips and tricks for getting the most out of your makeup. Many, many product recommendations below!Read More