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BEAUTY REVIEWS, VINTAGE FINDS & OTHER BEAUTIFUL THINGS

Cult Attraction: Sunday Riley Luna & Good Genes

Both live up to all the hype they’ve received.  I’ve gone through one bottle each and repurchased.

Luna Sleeping Night Oil

What it claims to do?
“With an advanced retinol complex, Luna Sleeping Night Oil helps to lessen visibility of lines and wrinkles, while correcting signs of damage caused by sun, time and everyday exposure to pollutants. The replenishing oil intensively hydrates and stimulates sluggish cells to encourage repair and renewal processes.”

Do I agree?
Yes.  It’s amazing and delivers noticeable results.  It’s blue but it absorbs quickly and doesn’t stain pillows.  Great for dry, dehydrated and mature skin.  Claims to be safe for eczema, dermatitis, and rosacea sufferers as well.

How I use it?
It’s a retinol-rich night-time treatment.  After cleansing,  I let it sink in for a few minutes and use a sleeping mask or night cream over the top.

Available at Sephora or online.

Good Genes Lactic Acid

What it claims to do?
“Brightens, exfoliates, and plumps, Good Genes works hard to un-do the damage caused by sunlight, acne, pollution.  The potent blend of ingredients combine to plump fine lines, fight hyper-pigmentation, heal scar tissue & boost circulation so skin looks smoother, younger & more vibrant.”

Do I agree?
Yes.  Lactic acid is one of the more milder acids on the market.  This gives my complexion a boost and my skin appears brighter.

How I use it?
I use it as a serum in the morning or night.  It can also be used as a mask; left on for a few minutes and rinsed, but I have only used it a a serum to date.

Available at Sephora or online.

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