Slugg - No Keys
This is amazing stuff. I wake up with the most dewy refreshed skin. No fragrance, super moisturizing, and for someone who breaks out with any new product they try I have her to see any sort or blemish appear and I have used the 3 step system every night! The slugging cream is not oily, it has such a unique texture and definitely locks in moisture and a little goes such a long way. This, alongside Starface? Chefs kiss.
Slugg - No Keys
Will you look a bit sluglike as you shimmy into bed? Probably. But in the name of dewy, soft skin, it may be worth it. Let's break down everything you need to know about slugging, including whether it suits your skin type and how to do it right.
To determine whether slugging will work for you, board-certified dermatologist Loretta Ciraldo, M.D., FAAD, suggests taking before-and-after photos to track your progress. "Sometimes issues like clogged pores or an increase in surface oils may not show up for several days, so it's important to follow with daily photographs to see if there are any adverse reactions or visible benefits," she explains.
She compares it to exercise: If your everyday skin care routine is a consistent, light workout (like micro-movements), slugging is an intense, HIIT boot camp. Great to fold into your routine every now and then if you like, but it can certainly backfire if you overdo it.
The specific slugging schedule may look different for everyone, but the key is getting to know your skin enough to where you can decide when you need this intense barrier repair. As for Yoon (who suffers from eczema): "In the winter, [I'll slug] maybe a handful of times throughout the whole season," she says. "I might do it for two or three days in a row, and I usually find that does the trick for me."
Our take? We love all things skin barrier support here at mbg, so if slugging is what you need to focus on building your moisture barrier, we're game. You might want to take a page from Yoon's playbook, though, and swap the petrolatum product for ingredients that actually feed the skin barrier in addition to sealing it: a modified version, with the same glowy end goal.
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However, there may be some exceptions where you might consider slugging daily for a certain time period, such as during the very dry, cold winter months when your skin is more prone to losing moisture. Understanding your skin type is key, so listen to your skin when implementing the slugging skincare technique. When in doubt, always consult with a board-certified dermatologist.
Slugging is a popular K-beauty trend that's gone viral on TikTok.
You can use slugging to lock in moisture not just on your face but also on your body.
A dermatologist is sharing how to use slugging on dry skin on your body like knees, feet, hands, and elbows.
"Slugging is a great option for somebody who has dry skin or irritation," Joshua Zeichner, MD, a dermatologist and associate professor of dermatology at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City, previously told POPSUGAR. Since the trend started to gain more followers, other versions have been popping up, including hair slugging. Though slugging is most commonly done on the face, there's no reason its benefits can't be transferred to some of the driest places on our body, like our elbows, knees, feet, and even hands. For tips on how to use slugging on your body, keep reading.
The key to slugging is to apply a humectant, which is a hydrating product packed with moisturizing ingredients (like glycerin, hyaluronic acid, and aloe vera), followed by an occlusive to lock in the first product. This is where slugging for your face usually ends, but with body slugging, you can take it a step further, depending on the area you're focusing on. If you're slugging your feet, put a pair of socks over the occlusive to trap body heat and allow the product to slowly sink in overnight (as opposed to rubbing off on your sheets). If you're slugging your hands, use a pair of cotton gloves, like the Gaxcoo White Cotton Gloves ($32), or put a pair of socks on them, too.
Roz is a slug-style monster in Monsters, Inc. who appears to be the key master and administrator for Scare Floor F, holding all the keys to children's closet doors at Monsters, Inc. She is responsible for all of the paperwork done by Mike Wazowski and she often works at an office near Scare Floor F that can be separated from the rest of the factory through a retractable shutter. Roz slams the shutter shut on Mike's fingers at one point, crushing them and making him scream in pain.
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As we saw, this bundle comes with a bunch of special features for entities. And each time you want to use a feature, you need to enable it in this config file. The first behavior we want is sluggable. To enable it add orm: - because we're using the Doctrine ORM:
Hmm! I'm not sure this is easily possible. There is a system in this called slug handlers - -extensions/DoctrineExtensions/blob/main/doc/sluggable.md#slug-handlers - but i've never used them and I'm not sure if they will accomplish what you're looking for. But, it's worth a try. It looks like you need to:
A) make a class that implements SlugHandlerInterface: -extensions/DoctrineExtensions/blob/main/src/Sluggable/Handler/SlugHandlerInterface.phpB) Configure this on your slug field - -extensions/DoctrineExtensions/blob/main/doc/sluggable.md#slug-handlersC) Finally, in your "slug handler" class, I think you need to do nothing in each method EXCEPT for onSlugCompletion. In this method, use the $object variable - which will be your entity object - and check $slugManual. If you do NOT want a slug generated, set the $slug argument to null. That argument is passed "by reference" so simply setting it to null will change that variable where it's used... and I think that it will cause the $slug to be set to null.
A) The bundle must be enabledB) If the sluggable behavior is enabled in your config file - -doctrine/sluggable#codeblock-82cb5aacdb - then the "SluggableListener" will be activatedC) Then, as long as you have the @Gedmo\Slug (which you do), then the magic will happen
It would be great if you showed how to use translatable and sluggable together! e.g. a product has a "name", this is usually used as a slug in the frontendIf you have a translated "name", you also want a translated "slug".and in the frontend you would like to load the product data with a url like this (example):/_locale/product/slug 041b061a72