a glowy skin ritual

PRESERVE YOUR GLOW:

Lately, I’ve been cheating on fashion with skincare. As we age our effortlessly radiant skin isn’t second nature, and so I’m always on the hunt for products that promise to maintain my youthful glow. L’Occitane just launched a new line of advanced skincare that’s packed with organic Immortelle essential oil. (You may have spotted me at their super cute launch party on my Instagram stories.) After a quick google, I learned that Immortelle is a floral oil and has been used throughout history to achieve everlasting radiance. Yes, please! It’s beautifying benefits nourish skin and help reduce factors that contribute to the appearance of aging. I’ll share the 5 step process below that I’ve just started using. Will be sure to let you know how it’s going and let me know the same in the comments if you decide to buy!

Here’s a link to the Divine Collection starter set!

Step 1: Divine Cleansing Balm. This stuff really melts into your skin to dissolve makeup and creates a lovely massage moment to perk up skin in the morning or for little self care at the end of the busy day.

Step 2: Divine Foaming Cleansing Cream. It turns to foam once you add water. Not over drying at all.

Step 3: Divine Eyes. Eyes are the most important part to looking youthful if you ask me. This is an instant pick me up.

Step 4: Divine Youth Oil. I’ve been really into oils so I love that an oil is a part of the collection. I like to warm it up between my fingertips before applying.

Step 5: Divine Cream. In a rush? Add the Youth Oil to the cream and make it just four steps. Don’t forget to apply the cream all the way down to your decolletage.

This post is sponsored by L’Occitane En Provence. Thanks so much for supporting the brands that support this blog.

 

Share:

1 Comment

  1. March 28, 2018 / 6:01 pm

    Must try that cleansing balm! Also, that dress is stunning–would love to know where it’s from! 🙂

    xx Hannah // http://www.HomemadeBanana.com

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.