I was looking around and noticed that a few of my recent faves are all the same bright green hue. I had to get a picture of them all together and share with you a few things I’ve been really loving this summer.
I’ve found that anything I’ve used by Miracle Skin Transformer is a home run. Seriously, I’ve not only loved everything I’ve used from the line, but I usually buy another of whatever they sent to me for use in my kit. There’s something about it that just makes skin look better. This foundation came at a great time, my melasma is back in full force earlier in my pregnancy than last time so I need some sturdy coverage to get all evened out. But on top of that, Acne Control Tinted Skin Enhancer is for breakout prone skin so it calms and fights breakouts using Salicylic Acid combined with anti-microbial peptides. I have it in ‘Light’ which is a touch too fair, so I mix it with a powdered bronzer to deepen it up a little bit to where it’s perfect. It has the right amount of coverage and never looks heavy or visible and it’s easy to blend in. I love this foundation and have used it daily since I got it. When I’m out, I’ll buy more.
My favorite deal app, Hautelook, often has Supergas on sale but they sell out so fast it’s hard to grab a pair. But a few weeks ago so I snagged these Acid Green ones on Hautelook for half the normal price. I wear so much black and white that a screaming green shoe is just what I needed and so much fun for summer.
See-No-Scar from Mama Mio was sent to me at the right time. My C-Section scar has taken about a year to heal (just in time for a new one!) and still itches and bothers me from time to time. I’ve been using this lotion as a protective barrier to help with healing as well as stop the itching. It’s made with Almond Oil, Vitamin E, and Dimethicone which is widely used for the treatment of scars. I haven’t used it long enough to see a difference in the look of the scar, but it definitely feels better when I use it. I’ll start using it earlier next time so I can get ahead of the healing process which was much longer than I thought.