1. Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray– Part dry shampoo, part texturing and volumizing spray this stuff is really magic in a bottle. I’ve used many dry shampoos and styling sprays but for someone who isn’t great with hair, this stuff just does what you want your hair to do. It’s formulated without parabens or sodium chloride so it’s gentle on the hair. I love the way the spray makes my hair feel. It’s won many beauty awards and has glowing reviews on Amazon. Will not disappoint.
2. Le Metiere de Beaute- Peau Vierge Anti-Aging Complexe SPF 18– This skincare product is great because it serves multiple purposes. First and foremost, its a tinted moisturizer. I’m not a fan of heavy foundations and this product has such a beautiful sheer and natural consistency. There are three shades it comes in, with most people falling into the shade 2 category. It also has retinol which is a powerful anti-aging ingredient great for smoothing and toning deep below the skins surface. It also has a slight amount of SPF which protects your skin from the damaging UVA/UVB rays.
3. TNS Essential Serum by Skin Medica– I find that although I am a product junkie, I am often overwhelmed by how many products each individual line has. It seems as if though each of these lines has multiples serums, moisturizers and creams to treat or help with different issues. Cant there just be one product that does it all? TNS Essential Serum by Skin Medica seems to solve that problem here. They say it’s the “all in one skin rejuvenating treatment that improves the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, skin tone and texture.” It’s pricey but when I don’t have to purchase multiple products to do the same thing, it ends up being a wash. Because I love products so much, I’m always bouncing around between different product lines trying new things. What I have found is that when I get off my regimen and stop using this product, I notice a difference in my skin. Check out other reviews, give it a try and let me know what you think!