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My Fave Skincare Products + Skincare Routine Video

Everything hits different when you turn 40. Overnight, I found myself concerned with under-eye circles, elasticity, free radicals, serums, masks, moisturizers, glycolic peels, and all things skincare.

I started to notice a shift in my skin type some time last year and toward the end of the year really started getting serious about getting it in it’s best shape.

Can’t be out here 40 and looking haggard, especially when my forehead started feeling like an alligator’s skin for lack of a better reference.

It’s taken some time but I have finally nailed down a system that works for me. I know there are a lot of high dollar skin products on the market, and I own a few but I find that my more affordable ones, while not as luxurious also get the job done. Those are the ones I’m sharing today.

Luckily I don’t have sensitive skin because I will try anything once, that’s exactly how I found out that the cure-all, known as coconut oil was horrible for my skin. HORRIBLE.

You know your skin better than I do, mine leans more to the dryer side, but reading the reviews on these products lends me to believe that they can actually work with various types of skin. Do your own research.

Some of these are affiliate links… if you purchase, I make a little change. Carry on.

  1. Cetaphil
  2. Erno Laszlo Detoxifying Cleansing Oil
  3. L’oreal Sunscreen oil
  4. Jade roller
  5. Mario Badescu
  6. Hada Labo Moisturizer
  7. Dermalogica Antioxidant Hydramist,default,pd.html?start=0&q=hydramist
  8. Overnight Recovery Serum
  9. Merle Norman Revitalizing Bubbly Mask
  10. Facial Buff Sponges
  11. Vitamin C Serum (similar)
  12. Smartly Unscented Facial Cleanser
A few of my faves amongst the group

I know, these are a lot of products, and no I don’t use them all at once. In my latest YouTube video, I go in-depth on how I use these products, how often I use them, and which one is under $15 and hands down the best skincare product I think I’ve ever used.

Head over and watch, and I’d love it if you hit the subscribe button!

1 Comment

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    September 8, 2019 at 3:10 pm

    Pearlessence is really every single thing. I have REALLY sensitive skin so I am very selective when it comes to face. Besides Pearlessence, I am an avid user of Cera Ve products. Cera Ve can be a bit on the expensive side, but since I’ve decided to use a description through amazon, it’s much cheaper than going to CVS or Target. And absolutely worth it.

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