For me, 2016 is going to be the year of trying new things. Whether I give a sick new workout a whirl, tackle some social media education or simply test out a new beauty product, it's my mission to try something new every week. Just think...If I achieve my goal, that's 52 potential new favorite things! Let's start with beauty...I've already met that goal this week thanks to three fabulous products that I think you should give a test drive to as well!
First we have Conffianz Facial Moisturizer with SPF 30. Applying sunscreen every single day is a non negotiable in my life. I live in Florida and even in the dead of winter, I can count on my skin getting a daily dose of wicked rays. Even if you don't live in the sunshine state, you should be protecting your skin. My problem with sunscreen is that my face is super sensitive and tend to break out when using the wrong product. I'm happy to report that after using this moisturizer, I'm blemish free!
Next let's talk about NYME Rubbit Oil. You may have caught my video review of a couple other NYME products the other day. Well, my love fest with this line is continuing with this multi-purpose oil. Not only can you use it as a baby massage oil, but you mamas can use it on your stretch marks or after you shave too. Thanks to irritation prone skin, it needs a little soothing after shaving.
And finally there is StriVectin TL Advanced Tightening Neck Cream...Ok, this product isn't exactly new to me, but I just had to check back in and sing its praises. Your face can look ten years younger than you are, but if you don't take care of your neck and décolleté, it will give away your age every time! This bad boy cream can give you the tightening action you desire while diminishing the signs of aging with regular use.
And for more beauty inspiration, check out my take on the matte lips trend!
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