Marcelle BB Cream | Beauty bloggers everywhere were raving about this BB Cream. I thought to myself, "I don't need it" but then I was given a sample during a visit to a newly renovated Rexall concept store. And boy, was I missing out. Just after one use, my skin was glowing and looked mighty good. I was using Light to Medium. I would go out and buy it right now but what's stopping me is that in 3 weeks, I will be tanned golden and will probably need medium to dark. So until then, my skin will look horrid. If you can get your hands on a sample, try it out. I am sure you will love it and see the difference. See, this is why you should always listen to those beauty bloggers.
St. Ives Deep 24-Hour Moisture Body Lotion | I picked up this lotion because it was cheap, like $4.97 cheap at Walmart. I started using it mid-winter and during a time when my skin gets so dry, this lotion added so much moisture and made my skin look healthy. Using it continuously, I find that I have toapply less of it. With this amazing price, you can't go wrong. It does wonders that pricey body lotion can't even compare with.
Froosh Key Lime Dead Sea Body Polish | I bought this scrub at the Toronto One of a Kind show. My friend, Kat had positive comments from the first time she both some Froosh products, so she convinced me to buy something from the booth. Again, because it was the dead of winter, I wanted a scrub to exfloiate my skin. The smell is delicious and the sea salts left my body silky smooth. Now when you pair it up with the next product on my list, my skin looked radiant in the middle of winter.
Peter Thomas Roth Anti-Aging Cleansing Gel | My coworker (god bless her) introduced me to this fabulous cleansing gel. She is eight years younger than me but is hardcore into taking care of her skin. She went on and on how this gel made her face so smooth. Like any other smart beauty junkie, I took my butt to Sephora and got a sample. After one use of the peach smelling formula, I was in love. The glycolic acid gently exfoliates and clarifies the skin while slowly diminishing fine wrinkles and lines. I bought the bottle and have not looked back since.
First Aid Beauty Facial Radiance Pads | When I was in California, I looked all over Sephora to find products that are not available in Canada. I came across First Aid Beauty, it did not look familiar but who knows, maybe I just never saw it in Canadian stores. I picked up Facial Radiance Pads and the Ultra Repair Cream. These pads will reduce pores and again diminish fine lines. With all these products I am using, I hope I don't see a wrinkle until I am 90.
What are some of your favorite products as of late?