I happen to be a complete facial mist junkie and I’m pretty sure Lady Cassandra is one too. I admit I do imitate Cassandra’s British accent and mutter a haughty “Moisturize me, Moisturize Me!” as I spritz myself with my favorite facial mist. What I’m easily amused, sue me.
Facial mists come and go through my life like my very favorite JuJu Cosmetics White Peach Skin Whitening Mist which I have to restock up on soon! But for the most part I come back to two very important facial mists again and again and again because they never fail me.
Lord knows I have drier skin so I though I’d recommend moisturizing products for drier skin types. You know I went to the Chanel counter last year to look at skincare and the rep told me I had combination skin. I seriously felt like I won the lotto when she told me that even if I did feel she completely missed the mark because lord knows anything is better than drier skin.
Drier skin ages faster and I totally think it is one of the more high maintenance skin types. Struggling with shine and oil? Be HAPPY about that because you’ll likely look younger longer.
We dry skin folk end up looking like a dried up raisin by 40!
So here’s a list of some recommended moisturizing products for the drier skin ladies and lads out there.
Get an early sneak peek of the Bath & Body Works Hawaii Collection with this trio of Hawaii Body Lotions from Bath & Body Works. The set includes the three new fragrances launching with the Bath & Body Works Hawaii Collection which are Hawaii Passionfruit Kiss, Maui Hibiscus Beach & Oahu Coconut Sunset.
Recently, Total Effect Line & Dark Circle Minimizing Brush has relaunched with a new CC Eye Color Correcting packaging. It’s actually the same formula of the original Total Effect Line & Dark Circle Minimizing Brush however, now it is marketed as a skin perfector and correction to reduce darkness under eyes.
Mmmmm it’s kinda like when Covergirl Tinted Moisturizer suddenly became Covergirl BB Cream. It’s about the trend my dears and in this case Olay seen an opening to re-market a product that already works for them as a color correcting product of sorts.