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Stuff we love: the beauty edition. These are the products that we use everyday and love.
1. Chanel Hydra Beauty Micro Serum
This lightweight serum promises to increase hydration by 50% and it actually works! It leaves my skin feeling ultra smooth and glowing! I put it on after applying moisturizer and before applying makeup! $110
2. Dermesse Vitamin C 20% Serum
Vitamin C Serum, touted as a magic skin care cure-all, is a powerful anti-aging tool worth including in any dedicated skin care regimen. Naturally acidic, vitamin C serums work to cast off dead skin cells, leaving skin smoother, brighter and noticeably rejuvenated. Additionally, they speed up the regeneration of healthy skin cells. Dermesse Vitamin C 20% Serum is formulated with potent vitamin C, vitamin E and ferulic acid, which promotes a radiant, even complexion while preventing premature aging caused by free radicals. $99
3. Dr. Dennis Gross Alpha Beta Universal Daily Peel
This a 2-step daily peel that comes in convenient individually wrapped pads. It has a combination of AHA/BHAs plus antioxidants and vitamins. After just a couple days I noticed a difference in the texture of my skin. $88
4. Herbivore Botanicals Lapis Facial Oil
It looks like a bottle of precious perfume, but it’s designed to calm breakouts. Lapis Facial Oil is named for the precious blue oil it contains, Blue Tansy. This oil holds a component called Azulene which aids in soothing dry irritated skin, reducing the appearance of redness and balancing skin. Formulated for combination, oily, and blemish-prone skin types or any skin in need of balancing hydration. $72
5. Mineral Tinted Compact
100% mineral filter sunscreen in a light, cream-to-powder formula enriched with a powerful photostable antioxidant. Provides broad spectrum SPF 50 UVA/UVB protection. $36
6. Audacious Lipstick – Claudette
This is a limited edition Nars color, and it is the perfect combination of taupe and nude with a satin finish. Bonus- the case is beautiful too and has a fun, magnetic closure! $34
7. Hourglass Arch Brow Sculpting Pencil
This guy gets an A+ for versatility. Since it has a larger, triangle tip, it’s great for covering a lot of area quickly, but you can still use the smallest end to get a micro-fine definition—like when you’re tracing the outline of your arches. It deposits the perfect amount of pigment and fills in bald spots while still looking natural, and I like that it has a larger, fluffy spoolie to diffuse color and style my fluffier brows. $34
8. Revlon Super10r Hair Mask
Who else has dry, damaged, tangly hair with flyaways? This mask cured all of my hair problems. I put it on in the shower after I condition my hair, and leave on for only 3 minutes. It leaves my hair looking healthy and shiny and feeling so smooth. $18
9. Glossier Balm Dotcom Universal Skin Salve
My favorite hydrating lip balm packed with antioxidants and natural emollients to nourish dry, chafed skin—in original or 8 other fun flavors. Balm Dotcom is described by Glossier as both a lip balm and a skin salve. In a pinch, I love using it as a Cuticle cream and Brow gel. Thick, but not too thick, and emollient, but not greasy. It glides out of the tube easily (it never gets stuck) and spreads very smoothly across your lips/skin. $12
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