New Beauty Buys – Summer Skin Savers


I like to think that I’m open to trying new beauty products. Most of the time I am and when I find a product that works for me I’m a lifetime customer. I have used other various products from the brands in the photo above, so I was willing to give some of their other products a try. Actually, all of these new beauty buys were bought on a whim, but all have proven to be my summer skin savers.

Dr. Bronner’s Lavender Coconut Lotion – After traveling abroad for a month and running out of body lotion halfway through our trip my skin was so dry by the time I got home. While I was picking up some groceries at the store I saw this and decided to buy it last minute. In all honesty, it was the “lavender coconut” that convinced me. Sometimes spur of the moment buys don’t work out, but I am actually really pleased with this lotion. The scent is light, the texture is smooth, and at $10 you can’t complain.

amika Nourishing Mask – I use this once a week to give my hair a little extra love. My hair gets pretty dry towards the end of summer, so this has been great for locking in much needed moisture. Not only is the scent lovely, but I really like how shiny my hair looks and feels after using it.

LA ROCHE-POSAY Active C Eyes – I’m all about prevention when it comes eye wrinkles! I’ve used multiple eye creams, but I’ve been really liking this one. The silky texture applies easily, and I wakeup to plump and dewy under eye skin. Bonus: this one doesn’t run into my eyes or cause any irritation.

LA ROCHE-POSAY Gel Face Wash (similar) – I actually bought this face wash in Switzerland and it has easily become my favorite. I really like the gel consistency, and even though it doesn’t foam my face feels soft and clean without being stripped of its natural moisture. I noticed when I apply my toner after using this face wash there isn’t much left for the toner to pick up.

Have you used any of these products before? I’d be curious to hear your thoughts.

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