15, 11, 2017

Winter skin care

 

 

Divine Cleansing Foam by Loccitane – My skin is very sensitive so when it comes to skin care I have switched to natural face products. Since using a natural face wash and creme, I’ve noticed a huge difference in my skin. Acne is my main struggle but I have very dry skin as well. I love a good foaming face wash and this one does not leave my skin feeling dried out. The smell is very nice and it has made my skin feel so much better and radiant.

 

Rosehip oil by Olivia Care – This product is a complete steal, only $8, and it works great. I know that rose oil is trending and there are some oils that cost $60-80. I add this straight onto my skin, after cleansing, or mix a few drops in with my face creme. It helps keep my skin hydrated but there are some great benefits in using this oil as well.

 

Creamy eye treatment by Kiehls – This eye creme is a thick and I use it in my nighttime routine. It keeps my under eyes very hydrated and I like that it has avocado oil in it.

 

lip agave mask by Bite Beauty – This is another nighttime routine that I can’t miss. Like my skin, my lips get really dry, especially in the winter. This agave mask deeply hydrates while you sleep and you wake up with lipstick ready lips.

 

lip scrub by Lush – This one is self explaining but it’s a natural lip scrub, mainly sugar, that you apply directly on the lips. Rub them together and then lick it off. Really helps when you have super dry and chapped lips.

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8 responses to “Winter skin care”

  1. Dina says:

    I thing i am going to get the Kiehl’s eye-thing 😉
    I have also a sensitive skin & acne, so i am going to have a look at occitane face foam too.

    https://dinamighty.com/

  2. ANGELEBABY says:

    ooh yeah, i have such sensitive skin too! need to try out that rosehip oil
    xx
    http://angelebaby.com

  3. Jyoti says:

    In winter our skin needs extensive skin care 🙂 These products look good for winter care.
    Wonderful post dear!
    Beauty and Fashion Freaks

  4. Katya says:

    If you have a sensitive skin, be more careful about what you will use. It is not too bad having this for $8. I have seen that rose oil online minimum of $80-$90 actually, quite pricey.

    StyleSprinter Blog by Katya Bychkova

  5. Mariann Yip says:

    These products look amazing, I have to try some of them out. The winter time is putting such a strain on my skin. http://mariannyc.com/2017/11/17/five-thanksgiving-tips/

  6. I love rosehip oil anything – I need to try this product!

    District of Chic

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