If you have drier skin I’m sure it proves challenging to wear powder products. Blush, minerals, finishing powder, it all looks less than smooth on a dry surface and heck, application of these products will sometimes even age you due to that dryness.
Moisturizer is sometimes not nearly enough. I know my struggle with dry skin takes an arsenal of products to tame. Mists, moisturizers, serums, etc….
There are a ton of hydrating primers on the market as well lately versus a few years ago when hydrating primers weren’t as popular and silicone based ones were the order of the day.
Now here’s a little treat that I’m enjoying at the moment from Lumene.
Lumene Arctic Aqua Moisture Booster, a super inexpensive way to inject a good deal of moisture into tired, dry skin.
Take a look!
I can use all the moisture I can get particularly when hyaluronic acid is a key ingredient in the product I’m using for that extra boast of hydration!
So let me hear a yes please for the new Lumene Arctic Aqua Moisture Booster.
I’m seeing a rise in peeling pads in the skincare world at the moment so I imagine this will be trending for Spring and you’ll see a wave of new peel style pads in Fall 2012.
Just my prediction 😉
Bliss That’s Incredi-Peel Daily Peel Pads are a new pad that hit my skincare radar.
Let’s take a look!
Carol’s Daughter long known for their fresh from “mum’s kitchen” skincare has some mighty fine picks for soothing dry elbows and knees, soothing and conditioning hair, and of course just all around good for you products to take care of your entire body.
Just not your face.
Carol’s Daughter Acai Skincare Collection is the brand’s first venture into the facial skincare world and has launched with some interesting offerings. Now we can officially say that Carol’s Daughter will literally take care of your skin and hair from head to toes.
Take a peek!
Haven’t tried L’Oreal’s Youth Code Collection but if you’re a fan they have added a foaming gel cleanser to the catalog.
L’Oreal Youth Code Foaming Gel Cleanser supposedly will cleanses you to younger looks skin (don’t mind me for being skeptical). This foaming cleanser gently exfoliates skin while lifting away makeup and impurities without over drying.
Since its an anti-aging cleanser I’m most curious about whether or not it’ll be drying. Most all cleansers I purchase from the drugstore make my already dry skin tight and flaky so count me curious if L’Oreal’s Youth Code Foaming Gel Cleanser actually succeeds in not drying out skin because if it does, well, what a FAIL for aging skin don’t you agree?
Available now at drugstores for $7.99