Aztec Clay Cleansing Mask — I had seen a couple posts around the web about this mask and decided it was worth trying out, $8 come on! It’s been really fun! Curtis and I have used it a couple times now and it makes your feels unbelievably soft and smooth after. To be honest I haven’t seen much deep pore cleansing, but I don’t use it that often so I can’t be sure. I’m going to keep using it and see what else it has to offer!
Trilogy Balancing Face Lotion — a close friend of mine who worked at Whole Foods got lots of beauty samples and would pass them my way once in awhile. This was one of them, and I’m obsessed! It smells great, feels great and has a non-greasy lightweight feel. I’m going to see how it transitions into winter, but I think it should be good!
Kate Somerville EradiKate Acne Lotion — This stuff has got some serious drying power. My skin was freaking out a little this past summer, and I was in need of something to clear me up quickly. I’ve never found a fast acting spot treatment that I’ve liked so much. The only down side is that it has a very strong alcohol-y aroma, and leaves a not-so-pretty pile of pink goop on your face, so it’s definitely a night treatment.
Andalou Naturals Lavender Thyme Body Lotion — Another Whole Foods find that I am so happy about! I have very dry skin and do not do enough to keep it happy. This lotion smells wonderful and goes on super well. I try to lather up as much as possible with this stuff!
Sephora Collection Bright Future Gel Serum Concealer — I’m a big concealer person. Christa and I always discuss the one makeup item we can’t leave the house without, and this guy is definitely mine. It blends in perfectly, and covers anything from big fatty blemishes, to old scarring. But for me, the real trick for natural-looking concealer, is a good blending brush.
St. Ives Pink Lemon & Mandarin Orange Scrub — I have pretty sensitive skin and don’t usually do too well with drug-store brand products, but this stuff has worked really well for me for the past year. The tiny little microbeads do an awesome job of sloughing off dry skin, but it’s gentle enough that my face doesn’t have a freak-out. The best thing? It’s only around $7!
Any fave products you guys are using right now? Let us know!