Origins Checks and Balances Frothy Face Wash
Let me start by saying I haven’t tried an Origins product I didn’t like. Throughout college I used Origins then switched from Bliss, to Dermalogica, to Aveeno etc. Recently I noticed I needed to switch things up and decided to go back to Origins. It’s perfect for my combo skin and Tahoe climate.
Olay Pro-X Advanced Cleansing System
The budget version of the Clarisonic. I started using the facial brush last October and noticed a difference in my skin within a few weeks. Since using the brush regularly for nearly a year I’ve noticed my skin is cleaner, smoother, a more even tone, and less oily. (shhh.. the hubby even use it from time to time)
Redken Body Full Shampoo and Conditioner
This spring I finally jumped on the Redken wagon. I have fine then hair, but a lot of it 🙂 The body full line doesn’t weight it down. Typically my hair gets oily fast, but not since using Redken. However, I still wash my hair everyday. Sorry there is nothing worse than a head of dirty looking hair and when you’re blonde it’s easy to notice.
The thickening spray adds a bit more volume and body I need. (Note: I also use a few other styling products)
Benefit Cosmetics Rockateur
I’m a big fan of bronzer. The Rockateur is a nice blend of bronzer and blush in one. It’s perfect for everyday wear from the office to running errands.
Origins lip gloss
Perfectly simple. I like an sheer natural looking lip during the day and this gloss does just that. Next to Bobbi Brown this is one of my favorite lip glosses. (Tip: makes for a great stocking stuffer — yes I went there)
Maybelline Dream Fresh BB Cream
I don’t wear BB cream everyday, but when I do this is one that I prefer. I actually own various brands of BB cream and switch between them depending on season — yes it makes a difference. I prefer the Maybelline BB Cream during the fall/winter because it acts as a nice moisturizer as well.
Moisturize, Moisturize, Moisturize. If there is one thing you don’t want to skip or skimp on it’s moisturizer. You don’t have to break the bank, but you want a product that is actually working for you. The Make A Difference Plus is a nice and thick, not oily, night moisturizer. I like to think it will help postpone any wrinkles a bit longer 😉
Over the years I feel like I’ve tried them all and this one just keeps calling my name.
I could go on about a few others products, but that will have to wait or another time. What everyday beauty products do you love and think I should try?