Kate Somerville Goat Milk Cream The BEST moisturizer I’ve used in years. It’s right up there with Embryolisse Lait-Crème Concentré for its nourishing, thirst quenching properties and it works amazingly under make-up which is a decisive factor for me when it comes to day moisturizer. It contains goat milk proteins, vitamins, and amino acids, lactic acid, jojoba, coconut and avocado oil, aloe, grape seed extract, witch hazel, and more. The
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
Argan Infinity Cream Intensive Creamy Oil What it claims to do? “Argan Infinity Cream balances, moisturizes, de-swells, highlights, primes, and preps. 100% Pure Argan Oil; a luxurious toolbox in a tube infused with shea butter, aloe vera, mango seed butter, and macadamia seed oil.” Do I agree? Yes. This can be used on the face, hands, and body wherever and whenever you need a serious moisture fix for dry, dehydrated
NYX Butter Gloss As the name suggests, these buttery lip glosses are very moisturizing and comfortable to wear on the lips. I have the shades (L to R) Eclair, Maple Blonde, and Peach Cobbler. I love them all and hope to grab a couple of others. Available at Ulta and Target for only $4.99 each. Gold flatware. Takes some effort to care for but oh so beautiful.
Baby Foot. I recommend you buy this product immediately. I’ve done this treatment twice myself and have also bought it as a gift for several people. It’s incredible and deserves all the hype. After soaking your feet in the provided booties for a couple of hours, the fruit acids get to work removing all of your dead skin. It can take up to six days before you start to see
George Washington and paper flowers Here’s a rundown on some of the exfoliants in my rotation. ExfoliKate® Intensive Exfoliating Treatment by Kate Somerville: I use this several days a week. It’s has a green seaweed smell and appearance. It contains Papaya, Pineapple, and Pumpkin Enzymes, Lactic Acid, Rosewood and Cinnamon Extracts, and Aloe Vera, Honey, and Vitamin E. It’s not too harsh and I’m loving the positive effects. Available at Sephora.
Wow. These bath salts have developed a cult following and it’s no wonder. They’re amazing. Cult Beauty describes it as “a natural version of valium.” That’s an apt description. It also claims to treat insomnia and absorb radiation from mobile & computer use. There’s no way to quantify a reduction in radiation but it treats insomnia like a dream. This is a wonderful and luxurious sleepy time aide. The hair
This family owned and operated company has been making soaps for over 150 years but sometimes we can forget how good they are. Everything they make is organic, certified Free Trade, cruelty-free, and vegan. Their renowned Castile Liquid Soaps can be used for washing the body, face or hair, as well as dishwashing, mopping the floor, and as a laundry soap. They claim you can even brush your teeth
I’ve been using this for three months now and it’s easily a favorite. I love the texture, smell, and most importantly the squeaky clean feeling after I rinse it off. It cleanses, detoxifies, and minimizes pores. I included this in my June Favorites and noted my favorite part is the fact that it contains black pepper. It’s a great find albeit expensive for a cleanser, $45. Available at Cult Beauty
These are my go to tools for brushing my tangled, wet hair. The Airmotion Hair Brush can be used on wet or dry hair. You can find it on Amazon for about $20. My Tangle Teaser is much loved. I’ve been using it going on two years now and wouldn’t be without one. They’ve expanded into different shapes, styles, and colors. You can find them in stores and online for about