Friday Favorites #1

August 24, 2018

  1. Aveeno Skin Relief Body Wash - This body wash is fragrance-free and intended for dry skin. I started using this after having a very bad allergic reaction about 2 months ago. Which reminds me, I need to get allergy testing done because this isn't cute anymore. I digress. When I had this last allergic reaction it affected my arms, face, neck and chest. My skin broke out into what looked like a red contact rash as the result of starting to using a soap I haven't used since I younger.  The Aveeno body wash is made with Colloidal Oatmeal and is great for sensitive skin. After the first use, it calmed my skin and stopped the burning sensation + warm sensation my skin often has when I'm having an allergic reaction. I'm almost finished with this first bottle and I'll definitely be buying this again in bulk. After showering with this it almost feels as though you don't need to put lotion on. I love to shower with this at bedtime but you can use it any time during the day!
  2. EOS Organic Stick Lip Balm - Flavor: Sweet Mint: I am a chapstick hoarder! I never understood the hype behind this brand until I actually tried it out. I was in Target, minding my business and then I saw this. The color is what drew me in really. The chapstick is sold in a two pack and I've noticed my lips are significantly less chapped throughout the day. I also love the cooling sensation from the mint! Bonus: The packaging is very sleek! Maybe because it's a bright color I won't lose it.
  3. Murad Oil-Control Mattifier SPF 15 : I had never tried Murad products until I came back from my last LA trip. I saw the Murad store and it was stunning! The store was closed when I saw it so I made a field trip to Sephora when I got home. The sales associate was so kind and recommended this product to me as a primer for sensitive skin. I loooooove it! This tube has lasted me a good bit of time. I noticed that this product has somewhat of a cooling sensation. A small bead goes a long way because it has a nice thick consistency. I sense a Murad haul in my near future. *fingers crossed for more sensitive skin goodies*
  4. Derma E Hydrating Night Cream: It may sound funny that I'm using a night cream but hear me out. I don't wear makeup on a daily basis. I can count on one hand how many times a month I wear makeup. But I will wear a good moisturizer or serum. I used to think these were a money grab and only for older women until I started noticing a difference. I wake up looking fresh-faced. I've never had a facial but I would imagine this is how my face would look and feel after one. I don't think I need to look glamorous for class but I like using this at night to help me look a little more put together in the mornings. I've also noticed that my eyes aren't as puffy in the morning when I use this, which is a major win!  Bonus: Derma E is another sensitive skin friendly brand!
  5. YSL Black Opium: My first big girl perfume! I need to buy a new + bigger bottle because this smells amazing! Every time I wear this I get so many compliments. I save this for very special occasions; It's basically my good luck charm!
Fragrance Family:
Warm & Spicy

Scent Type:
Warm & Sweet Gourmands

Key Notes:
Black Coffee, White Flowers, and Vanilla

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