Hi BFFs! Hope you are having a great day! Today I am blogging about some of my favorite products of the month. This is going to be a regular segment every month. Being a social media influencer has a lot of perks. One being that I get a lot of free "swag". After digging through this month's products, I've selected a few that I simply adore. Hope you like these items that made this month's favorites list.
Covergirl Vitalist Healthy Glow Collection
Glowing skin is the IN thing now so I'm always looking for products that will make my skin glow. When my CoverGirl fam sent me their Vitalist Healthy Glow Collection, the products took me by surprised. The glow you get from these products looks so beautiful. My favorite of all these items has to be the Vitalist Healthy Glow Highlighter. If you are looking for an easy brush-on glow, this highlighter is the product for you. Just lightly brush a little on your cheekbones like I did in this pic and you will see why this is my favorite. I will be using these items in future photos/videos for sure. Other items received include luminizing lotion, setting mist, lip oil and concealer. (Price ranges from $6.99 - $9.99 each)
Gold Bond Ultimate Radiance Renewal
Well BFFs, if you have dry skin... Welcome to the club. My elbows, knees and ankles get dry so fast, so when I got this Gold Bond lotion from Influenster I was eager to try it. It contains coconut oil, cocoa butter and African Shea Butter, and this combo works. The lotion smells so good Icould eat it (that's always a good thing) and I also like the fact that it moisturizes without leaving any stickiness behind. It just makes your skin look really healthy. A winner in my book. (Price $7.99 - 14 oz)
StriVectin Line BlurFector
This primer is said to fill and blur lines and wrinkles and prolong makeup wear. I love this because I'm always sleep deprived (because I stay up waaaay too late) and sometimes this results in those fine lines telling me to get more sleep. So far, I have only tried this primer on two occasions, but compared to other line-blurring primers I've tried in the past, it instantly stood out. This, mainly because it doesn't leave a light film on your skin. It totally disappears and I like to think it blurs fine lines also. I would have to use it a few more times to really form a solid opinion on it, but my first impression is a very positive one. (Price $39)
Soap & Glory Heel Genius and Hand Food
I got these babies in a gift set from Soap and Glory. The set came with several body scrubs and body lotions, but the hand and foot creams stood out the most to me, simply because they make your hands and feet so soft and moisturized. My feet get really dry at times and this foot cream really combats that. The hand food also has a nice citrus-like scent to it that I absolutely don't mind and instantly puts you in that sunny-weather spirit. If you want to try something new, try these, your hand and feet will love you for it. (Price range $8 - $10 full size each)
Bare Minerals Ageless Genius
I received the smoothing serum, neck cream and eye cream from Bare Minerals. All three made my favorites list! I've never used a neck cream before, so this was a nice change. I know that your neck is one of the places where signs of aging often show up unexpectedly. (Just think of those celebrities with flawless faces and wrinkly necks). I truly belief that preventing the problem before it starts is super effective, which is why I've been using this neck cream religiously since I got it. I have also used the eye cream and smoothing serum but cannot really say whether they work or not because I haven't used them enough. They feel fine on my skin -- so far, so good. Bare Minerals is a quality brand and for that reason alone, I would recommend these. (Price ranger $45 -$60 each)
Well BFFs, there you have it. My favorite beauty products for March. Hope you liked this new segment an the products I featured. Let me know in the comments below which item you liked best. Sharing is caring. xoxo
These product were provided to me complimentary. As always all opinions are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission guidelines concerning the use of endorsements and testimonials in advertising.