Not only did they have the first ‘green’ mascara I ever loved, but their Redness Rescue Cream is currently saving my skin.
Sadly, I used their Bliss Oil too quickly to take a time-consuming artsy photo of it (whew), but that serum rocked my world too.
I’m now 4 months post-Lola delivery and my hormones are starting to settle in, or something. I don’t know actually. What I do know is that my hair stopped falling out, and most of the skincare I’d been happily using for about a year no longer works- and by ‘works’ I mean breaks me out or creates like some sort of hives thing. Enter RRC (what the cool people call it), a serum/ lotion hybrid that calms redness and primes skin with a color-correcting light green hue. No, you can’t see it once it’s absorbed, but you can see a tinge of some sort of magic gleam it has that makes skin look rested and healthy.
I scooped up that Facial Dry Brush $15 from Amazon a few months back because I thought it would be less harsh than a gritty scrub to exfoliate when my skin was out of sorts. Its soft bristles do gently buff away dryness easily without scratching or irritating, and apparently they’re now giving a wet brush as a free gift when you order the dry one which I didn’t get when I ordered it in January. Jerks.
Those glosses- yeah they’re awesome too. The best I’ve tried from a natural/mineral/organic company. Best I said! Sticky? Nope. Long wearing? You bet. And they smell faintly like a dessert They’re everything you want a gloss to be including natural because (I can’t say it enough) it’s something that ends up in your mouth so it should be edible not chemical. My girls appreciate this fact as well because it’s what I’ll let them put on whenever they ask if they can wear lipgloss. Which is now everyday. I’m creating little monsters.
Bliss Oil! It’s a combination of every oil that doesn’t cause breakouts so you’re safe there- but it’s also a really vitamin-packed bunch of healing oils too. Grape Seed, Avocado, Jojoba, Macadamia, and Tamanu. The first 3 I love so much that I buy single as singe oils to use on their own. It’s light and airy and easy to wear. It’s like the Reese Witherspoon of face oils- really sweet and fun, but good at its job too. Is this making sense? (Since? Cents?) I need sleep. Check it out on your own, I’m going to bed.