Recently, I’ve been on this mission to spend less on new makeup and beauty products and use up what I already have in stock. However, my stock is starting to run low and my skin is starting to break from it’s usual norm. In other words, I need to buy some new beauty products.
For the most part, I’m have enough makeup, but my skincare selection needs some more players. Therefore, you will notice that most of the beauty products I’m wanting right now are skincare products. Well, no big shocker there. So, to get the full list of all of the beauty products that I currently want.
The first product that I’m craving to try to is this My Skin Mentor Dr. G Brightening Peeling Gel, which I first read about over on Into The Gloss. When the weather gets warmer, one of the first things I start to do is wear less makeup. However, in order to do that confidently, the clearer my skin, the better. So. I’m sure this brightening peeling gel will help me and my skin glow.
Through the grace of proper skincare regimen, increase of daily water intake, and supplements, my skin is in great shape. However, every now and then a little blemish will pop up and I zap them away with a spot treatment. I have a couple, but I’m interested in trying ErakiKate Spot Treatment from Kate Somerville. Although this looks very similar to my fav Mario Badescu spot treatment, I still want to give it a whirl.
When it comes to toners, I feel like I’ve tried them on. However, Milk Cosmetics has introduced the first solid facial toners and they look so cool. They have various versions for different skin types and needs, but I want to try the Matcha Toner. This toner is formulated to help with pores, dryness, and uneven skin tones, which are all things plagued my skin. I feel like I need to try this…for the culture.
I have a love/hate relationship with most under eye treatments for dark under eyes. For the most part, they have been decent, but I’m always on the prowl for something better. Recently, Deceim released a caffeine serum to reduce the appearance of dark circles and under-eye bags. So, I’m definitely going to order this when I re-order my favorite, which Deciem also makes.
The temperature has warmed up and the need for sunscreen is even more relevant. Since I am a firm believer in sunscreen, I always have bottle or SPF moisturizer within reach. Currently, thanks to amazing marketing, I’ve been dying to try Glossier’s Invisible SPF sunscreen. It’s a clear, water-gel formula that goes on and stays on clear. I want to try it so bad, but I’m having a hard time deciding to spend $34 for sunscreen. We’ll see.
My hair and I have been getting along great. One of the reasons is because I know the importance of keeping a clean and scalp, as well as hair. Therefore, Briogeo Scalp Revival Charcoal + Coconut Oil Micro-exfoliating Shampoo sounds like a game changer. It helps remove build-up, soothe itchy, dry scalps, while cleansing your hair follicles. Plus, it contains coconut oil to help hydrate your hair and scalp. This stuff sounds mythical. I have to try it!