As you know the Balm has gone all out with a new range of skincare that’ll knock your socks off. They pretty much covered anything and everything you’d want from skincare.
Toners, eye creams, serums, moisturizers…you name it, the Balm’s Time Balm Skincare Collection has it.
I’ve been testing out a few of the products and so far I like what I see.
I’ve been dabbling with the Balm Dandelion Brightening Moisturizer and here are my thoughts!
Why, oh, why did I discover the Balm’s new Time Balm Peppermint Hydrating Face Cream at the end of Summer? I could have used you all Summer long to keep my skin hydrated with your lovely lightweight formula and to cool it off thanks to the refreshing burst of peppermint in the mix.
But we’ll be friends until the end right? Or at least until it gets cold out and I can’t use you anymore because my dry skin needs something heavier to keep it from acting all kinds of crazy.
Time Balm Peppermint Hydrating Face Cream is the balm…it’s the balm dot com! Loves it.
Now that the warm weather is settling in you probably should start stashing away those heavier, rich moisturizers and start replacing them with lighter ones.
The US market doesn’t have a ton of lightweight gel moisturizer options but the one we do have is a winner!
Best lightweight moisturizer for Summer?
Garnier got it covered!
I ran into Walgreens several days ago and came across a Borba display that had some skincare options and supplements. I don’t think the items are new however they are new to me.
I’m not sure if it’s exclusive to Walgreens or if other drugstores will carry the collection but compared to other Borba skincare products they were priced at an affordable $17.99-$19.99.
I’ve personally never tried any of Borba’s skincare in the past and I think a combination of the cheaper price tag and the promise of a whooping SPF 100+ had me running to the cash register with my booty.
Today I’ll be taking a look at the Borba Age Defying Super Creme SPF 100+.
Skin Food Lettuce & Cucumber Massage is an oil-free massage gel with lettuce and cucumber extracts that provides water and nutrients to skin.
I’m a huge fan of the Lettuce & Cucumber Collection and it’s my skincare of choice for Summer. I’ve had the massage gel laying about for a while but I never actually sit around massaging my face. Anyone actually embrace the technique?
A facial massage facilitates blood circulation and relaxes skin while helping with wrinkles thus a massage gel with good glide is always helpful.
Gimmick? Who knows! Lush Cosmetics had instructions and a video for giving oneself a full face massage which proved interesting and many Asian products and magazines recommend such techniques but I honestly don’t have the patience for it…I’m already doing way TOO much with my skin as is, now I need to massage it too?