For most people, some type of product combination, whether natural or more medicinal, is needed in order to properly care for their skin. Here are a few steps that you can implement based on your skincare needs and goals, especially once you hit your 30s.
I’ve been using e.l.f. Cosmetics products for years, so I was pretty pleased to receive their BeautyVoxBox to review from Influenster. Included in the box where both skincare and makeup products, which is the best of both worlds for a product junkie.
Glossier released their Super Serums this past September, and I was finally able to get my hands on the covetable skincare products.
I have a minor obsession with buying concealers + lip products, so recently I picked up the Balm Dotcom and the Stretch Concealer from Glossier.
Now that it’s getting warmer, I wanted to find a lightweight moisturizer for every day. My skin is oily/combination + heavy creams aren’t necessary in the Summer, so I picked up the E.L.F. Soothing Serum ($12).
I might be nearing It Girl status because I received a full-sized sample of Glossier’s new Milky Jelly cleanser (mama I made it?!) and I couldn’t wait to test it out.
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