L’occitane en Provence
L’Occitane en Provence Divine Lotion is skin softening toner that I’ve been using several months now. I really enjoy the L’Occitane en Provence Divine Skincare Collection but actually use the lotion more than anything else from the collection.
Skin softening lotions (essences) or as we label them here in the US “toners” are getting some recognition lately. I suspect by Spring 2015 you’ll see a little bit of a trend for them. Essence is a common part of Asian skincare and one of the first steps in skincare application. Skin softening lotions like L’Occitane en Provence Divine Lotion is just one product in a long line of others that a typical Asian woman or man would use in their daily regime. Typically skincare regimes in Asia are made up of 5 to 8 daily products. Imagine that? I’ve adapted my own nighty skincare after this regime myself as I spend a lot of time around Japanese and Korean skincare and makeup. It seems overkill yes but actually my drier skin quite loves it.
Let’s take a look ad this Divine Lotion!
QVC has a darling selection of L’Occitane Set of 4 Bonne Mere Soaps paired up with a Soap Dish/Tray for $25. This is a great hostess gift if you’re attending a ton of Holiday parties or even as an inexpensive gift for a friend.
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L’Occitane Sublime Beauty Cream ($36) has finally launched here in the US in Light and Medium shade selections. The new L’Occitane Iris Angelica Sublime Beauty Cream is made with a combination of two angelic flowers of white iris and angelica known for their hydrating properties.
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Last year, L’Occitane’s Cherry Princess won my heart and this year their new Spring Cherry Eau de Toilette is my newest obsession! L’Occitane En Provence Spring Cherry is a must have my dear friends especially for those who love delicate, flirty little fragrances that make put a little pep in your step!
You NEED this!
Spring always seems like a good time to sort through your old skincare especially January when you’re possibly making a beauty resolution to take better care of your skin.
I know personally I try really hard to ditch the skincare I am currently using and replace it with something new I’d like to try or an old favorite as typically at this point it is nearing a year old. I tend to get anal about skincare and label the back of jars with the date I purchased the product. This is a handy way to know when it’s time for that product to be swept away and replaced. Label makers are so cheap at Staples and I promise it isn’t terribly Sheldon Cooper of you to label makeup or skincare products as a gentle reminder that it is indeed time to toss something out.
Here are several new skincare products that you might want to check out!