October Beauty Favourites

It’s usually around this time of year that I reassess my skincare routine and switch to slightly richer moisturisers. When the weather gets colder I find that my skin needs more nourishment. Although the temperature has been fluctuating a lot lately, it won’t be long before the cold sets in for Winter. Ensuring my skin is protected is essential, especially when I’m out running. Luckily, I’ve been introduced to three amazing skincare brands recently – all cruelty-free and vegan.

These three brands that have become my October beauty favourites are all proudly cruelty-free and vegan.

When I became vegan almost a year ago I still had a lot of beauty products that were not vegan. Rather than throw them all away (which would have been very wasteful and not environmentally friendly) I decided to use them up and then find vegan alternatives for future use. I’ve actually found that harder than avoiding the pitfalls in my diet. It seems there is less transparency when it comes to beauty products, something that I hope will soon change. These three brands that have become my October beauty favourites are all proudly cruelty-free and vegan.

RosehipPLUS Organic Daily Cream Cleanser and Hydrating Day Cream

When it comes to green credentials they don’t come any better than RosehipPLUS, which is certified organic, free from pesticides, bleaching, colouring and fragrances. Plus, it’s endorsed by PETA. RosehipPLUS is a family business based in Sydney. All of their products are made in Australia with rosehips sourced from the Andes mountain range in Southern Chile. Rosehip Oil is a fruit oil extracted from the seeds of the Rosehip, an amber berry-like fruit that grows wild on rosehip bushes and is left behind after the rose has flowered and dropped its petals.

October Beauty Favourites, RosehipPLUS Organic Daily Cream Cleanser and Hydrating Day Cream

The oil is rich in naturally occurring vitamins, antioxidants and essential fatty acids that are very beneficial for the skin.

The oil in RosehipPLUS products is cold pressed using a chemical-free and heat-free process with a screw-driven machine or press. This process ensures that the Rosehip oil retains the potent antioxidants and essential fatty acids that may otherwise be lost or reduced during a chemical extraction process. The oil is rich in naturally occurring vitamins, antioxidants and essential fatty acids that are very beneficial for the skin. These include Vitamin A (Retinol) and Vitamin C, essential fatty acids Omega-3, 6 and 9, as well as Lycopene and Beta-Carotene to help keep skin hydrated and moisturised.

October Beauty Favourites, RosehipPLUS Organic Daily Cream Cleanser

After using it my skin feels clean, hydrated and refreshed.

I tried the RosehipPLUS Organic Daily Cream Cleanser and Hydrating Day Cream from the range and my skin loved it. The cleanser contains a blend of Rosehip, Jojoba and Sea Buckthorn essential oils to help maintain the skin’s perfect moisture balance. It’s a more fluid consistency than my go-to Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish cleanser. But this means it lasts longer, while still doing a great job of cleansing my skin. (I stuck to my usual routine of removing my makeup with a micellar water first).

I adore the smell of the RosehipPLUS cleanser; it has the most gorgeous, natural fragrance. After using it my skin feels clean, hydrated and refreshed. Priced at £18.50 150ml, I think this is fantastic value for money and I will definitely buy another one when this one runs out.

October Beauty Favourites, RosehipPLUS Organic Hydrating Day Cream

For optimum results it’s recommended that you massage two drops of RosehipPLUS Rosehip oil onto the skin before moisturising.

Alongside the cleanser, I also used the Hydrating Day Cream. This a lovely creamy fluid consistency that sinks into the skin leaving it soft and smooth. The blend of Rosehip, chamomile, avocado and rose geranium oils soothe and nourish the skin. It’s ideal for all skin types, even sensitive. For optimum results it’s recommended that you massage two drops of RosehipPLUS Rosehip oil onto the skin before moisturising. I plan to buy some for an added moisture boost over Winter. On its own though, it worked fine for me during the mild Autumn. There is also a Nourishing Night Cream which I plan on buying to complete the set. The Day Cream is £23.50 for 75ml, and the Night Cream around £19 for a 50ml pump.

Skinirvana Beauty Oil

A good quality face oil is one of my Winter skincare essentials. When my skin starts to suffer the effects of the cold weather, massaging in a few drops of oil at night helps to keep it supple and plumped up. Skinirvana Beauty Oil has become my go-to facial oil. The company’s founder Mary-Rose Lobo suffered from eczema and rosacea in her twenties. After a bad reaction to a commercial skincare brand, Mary-Rose started creating face oil blends for herself and friends. She went on to open a facial salon in South East London in 2014.

I love to warm the oil in my hands and breathe it in before massaging it into my skin.

There are two formulations – original and delicate. I chose the original version as I don’t have particularly sensitive skin. The first thing that struck me when I used it was the fragrance…it smells divine. I love to warm the oil in my hands and breathe it in before massaging it into my skin. I’m sure it helps me to relax and therefore sleep better at night.

The oil is formulated to be used in place of a daily moisturiser for morning and evening application, without the need for any additional products. However, I decided to only use it at night as my skin does tend to become a little oily during the day. (I staggered the use of the three brands I’m featuring in this post to ensure a fair and accurate review). My skin drinks it in and feels soft and nourished. When I wake up I somehow look more rested than when I don’t use it.

October Beauty Favourites, Skinirvana beauty oil

The trio of ‘wonder oils’ (Juniperberry, Neroli and Rose) in SKINIRVANA Pure Bliss Original formula, combine to detox, rebalance and rehydrate the skin. This luxurious beauty oil works to regenerate the skin and heal any damage from exposure to environmental toxins, as well as the natural ageing process. The sensitive version is suitable for pregnant ladies, nursing mothers and children over 6 months. Both are priced at £45 for 30ml.

The mystery of the missing chocolate

The oil arrived with a lovely card and a vegan chocolate which was a wonderful surprise. I’d been saving the chocolate as a treat and had left it on my dressing table for a couple of weeks. One day it mysteriously disappeared…all that was left was the foil wrapper. I knew straight away who the culprit was ( a certain small person!) who confessed to taking a bite and leaving half of it in her bedroom. I’m happy to admit without an iota of shame that I found the nibbled choccy and ate it. Despite being half-eaten it was delicious. Note to self: always hide the vegan chocolates!

October Beauty Favourites, Skinirvana beauty oil

Skin Harmony Estriol Face Serum

Recently I’d been neglecting the serum stage in my skincare regime, so I was delighted to receive a new one to try. Skin Harmony Estriol Face Serum is formulated in a rose water and Aloe Vera base to tone, refresh and hydrate the skin. It contains powerful ingredients as well as nourishing essential oils (like Meadowfoam and Sunflower seed oils), plus botanical extracts (like Cranberry Fruit and Lemon Peel Extract) to protect and condition the skin.

The key ingredients are:

  • Estriol – a weak form of estrogen which some studies have shown that can help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles when applied topically to the face. As we age, a decrease in estrogen levels plays a significant role in skin ageing.
  • Ceramosides – to form a protective layer that plumps the skin and holds moisture and act as a barrier against bacteria and environmental pollutants.
  • Hyaluronic Acid – a natural substance in skin that attracts and holds moisture. As we age, our skin loses the ability to preserve moisture, resulting in the visible loss of firmness, pliability, and plumpness.
  • Alpha Lipoic Acid, CoQ10 and E – antioxidants to protect skin health and appearance.
  • Vitamin A Retinyl Palmitate – a gentler, milder form of Vitamin A which helps to plump the skin and improve the texture.
  • DMAE – to tighten skin and reduce sagging, improve firmness and elasticity, smooth lines and wrinkles.
  • Vitamin C – to brighten and firm the skin.
  • Vitamin B3 – also known as Niacinamide, it helps to improve the appearance of enlarged pores, uneven skin tone, fine lines and dullness.

October Beauty Favourites, Skin Harmony Advanced Face Serum

…after about a week I started to see an improvement in firmness, texture and tone.

Skin Harmony Estriol Face Serum is vegan, free from parabens, phthalates and gluten, and is not tested on animals. The consistency is quite thin, not like most other serums I’ve tried. It sinks in instantly and leaves no residue. I’ve been using the serum both mornings and evenings. I have to admit that I wasn’t sure if it was having an effect on my skin at first, but after about a week I started to see an improvement in firmness, texture and tone.

This last week has been a test for my complexion as I’ve been severely sleep-deprived. Even on only five hours sleep my skin has looked remarkably good, and I’m convinced I have this serum to thank for that. It’s not too expensive at $49.99 for a 50ml pump. I would definitely consider purchasing another one.

October Beauty Favourites, Skin Harmony Advanced Face Serum

Have you tried any new skincare ranges lately? If you have any vegan beauty recommendations I’d love to hear them!

 


 

Disclaimer: I was gifted these items in exchange for a review. All words and opinions are my own. 

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The Marks and Spencer Summer Beauty Box

Happy Sunday! I hope you’ve all had a great weekend! Mine has been very busy but so much fun 🙂 Isobel turned nine on Tuesday so we had a party for her and some friends on Saturday; the weather was glorious so all the kids had big water pistols and ran around the garden like lunatics. It just happened to coincide with the England v Sweden game, so the adults gathered inside to watch it with a tipple or two 😉 It was a really lovely day, but we were all so tired by the end of the evening.

Recently I treated myself to the Marks and Spencer Summer Beauty and Tili Violet Blooms Beauty Boxes, which are packed full of fabulous products for the warmer weather.

Speaking of the weather, due to the prolonged hot and sunny conditions, I’ve been refreshing my beauty regime. I love beauty boxes because I get to try new products, and often put some aside for travelling. Recently I treated myself to the Marks and Spencer Summer Beauty and Tili Violet Blooms Beauty Boxes, which are packed full of fabulous products for the warmer weather.

The Marks and Spencer Summer Beauty and Tili Violet Blooms Beauty Boxes

The M&S Summer Beauty Box contains

  • Color WOW Dream Coat Supernatural Hair Spray 50ml
  • PUR Cosmetics Fully Charged Mascara 4ml
  • Autograph Lasting Colour Intense Liquid Lipstick 6ml
  • REN Altantic Kelp & Magnesium Body Wash 100ml
  • Prai Throat & Decolletage Creme 15ml
  • Nuxe Refreshing Aftersun 50ml
  • Ultrasun Lip Protection SPF 30 4.8g
  • Percy & Reed Fragrance Mist 75ml
  • Leighton Denny Nail Colour 12ml
  • Formula Absolute Ultimate Sleep Cream 15ml
  • Autograph Sheer Radiance Eau de Parfum 30ml
  • Origins GinZing Gel Moisturiser 30ml
  • EOS SPF Lip Balm 7g
  • Philip Kingsley Coconut Breeze Elasticizer 40ml
  • This Works Deep Pillow spray 5ml
  • Make-up Bag

I was really happy to see the Formula Ultimate Sleep Cream included in the box as there was one in the advent calendar and it really is a fabulous night cream.

The M&S Summer Beauty Box was a snip at just £15 with a purchase of £40 or more…which gave me the perfect excuse to buy more shoes! Unfortunately it’s now sold out – you have to be really quick with these, much like the advent calendars. I was really happy to see the Formula Absolute Ultimate Sleep Cream included in the box as there was one in the advent calendar and it really is a fabulous night cream. The peptides and hyaluronic acid nourish and hydrate the skin so that you look like you’ve had a good night’s sleep, even if you haven’t. In the morning my skin looks fresh and smooth, and feels hydrated. At £22 for 50ml I think this is a really good value night cream.

Rather pricey at £22 for 300ml, this is one product I would never have bought on its own.

I haven’t tried everything in the box thoroughly yet, but one of my favourite “new to me” products is the REN Altantic Kelp & Magnesium Body Wash. This sulphate-free formula has a really refreshing and reviving fragrance. It contains kelp extract, energizing magnesium and a blend of anti-fatigue essential oils – just what I need in this energy-sapping hot weather. REN uses only 100% plant and mineral derived actives and is free from skin-unfriendly synthetic ingredients. Rather pricey at £22 for 300ml, this is one product I would never have bought on its own, but it’s a real treat on a hot day. It just goes to show how good value these beauty boxes are.

As soon as I took the lid off the M&S Summer Beauty Box Isobel made a grab for the Eos lip balm. In fact she didn’t even know what it was, she was just intrigued by the packaging. When I told her it was lip balm it was no longer mine. I owned it for all of about ten seconds. It turns out she has impeccable taste because it’s a fantastic lip balm…and only £6.50. There are different varieties, but the one I received has a zingy, fruity scent. To me it smells like grapefruit, but I could be wrong. All I know is it’s fresh and summery…and no longer in my possession! Ah well, it’ll be my clothes and shoes soon I suppose so I’d better get used to it!

Eoa lip balm

I’ve bought all but one of the Tili boxes from QVC. Although they’re not as good value as the M&S box, the selection of products are consistently well-chosen. Tili beauty boxes are subscription-free, and you can see what you’re getting before buying. The contents for this box are valued at around £65.

Tili Violet Blooms Beauty Box

The Tili Violet Blooms Beauty Box contains

  • Elemis Superfood Facial Cleanser (30ml)
  • Pixi Rose Tonic (40ml)
  • Caudalie Premier Cru Eye Cream (5ml)
  • Percy & Reed Dry Instant Volumising Spray (200ml)
  • Molton Brown Purifying Shampoo with Indian Cress (30ml)
  • Molton Brown Purifying Conditioner with Indian Cress (30ml)
  • Vita Liberata Body Blur (7ml)
  • Nails Inc Duke Street (14ml) – a smoked lilac shade
  • Magnitone Wipe Out Cleansing Cloth
  • Your Zookie Blackcurrant Vitamin Supplement (5ml)

The Marks and Spencer Summer Beauty and Tili Violet Blooms Beauty Boxes

I’ve been using the Caudalie Premier Cru Eye Cream for a couple of weeks and I love it. It’s enriched with hyaluronic acid and contains soft focus pearl pigments to blur imperfections. This is another product that I wouldn’t have bought because it’s £45 for 15ml, much more than I’d usually spend on an eye cream. If I find something that works and I think it’s worth the price tag I’ll buy it, but I won’t take a gamble on high-end products. One thing I’ve learned over the years is that big bucks doesn’t always equal high quality. That said, I would consider buying this again. I’ve heard many good things about Caudalie, so I’m keen to try more from the brand.

I’ll be keeping the Molton Brown shampoo and conditioner, as well as the Elemis facial wash for travelling. I’ve tried the Nails Inc polish and love the colour but not the formula. In fairness, I’ve never been keen on Nails Inc – I find it hard to apply and it takes ages to dry. I only buy quick-dry nail polish because otherwise I’d smudge it and have to start again. (My favourite is Maybelline Color Show 60 Seconds nail polish, with Kiko Milano Quick Dry a close second).

The Pixi Rose Tonic is roses in a bottle; it smells wonderful and leaves my skin refreshed and calmed. At £10 for 100ml I’d say this is an affordable treat, and one I’d definitely buy again at full price.

The Tili Violet Blooms Beauty Box is still available at QVC.

Did you buy either of these boxes? Or have you tried any of these products individually? I’d love to know if you have a favourite!


 

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Celebrity Mua Masterclass in Manchester, Amy's makeup box

Last Sunday I had a really fun day at the Celebrity Mua Masterclass in Manchester. The event was in association with Debenhams and hosted by Amy from Amy’s Makeup Box, who demonstrated two different makeup looks. Amy has a whopping 388k followers on Instagram and 406k YouTube subscribers! Contrary to what you might expect from someone with so many followers, Amy was so down-to-earth and friendly 🙂

The demo was very informal with lots of chatting about different products and techniques…

We were greeted with tea, coffee and muffins before settling down for the first demonstration – the bridal look. Despite being the more natural of the two makeup looks, this one actually took the longest. With such meticulous attention to detail, it’s easy to see why Amy has been so successful in her career as a makeup artist. The demo was very informal with lots of chatting about different products and techniques (I wish I’d written down the names of all the brushes she used!).

I picked up lots of really useful tips…and added so many products to my wish list!

One tip I do remember is that Amy uses brow pomade mixed with a little brush cleaner to prevent it drying out and going clumpy. She uses a super fine brush to achieve hair-like strokes for a natural effect. I picked up lots of really useful tips…and added so many products to my wish list! One technique that has always baffled me is contouring, so I was pleased that Amy did a little of this on her model (not too much though). I’m not a fan of the heavily contoured looks we’ve seen on the likes of Kim K, I just think it looks weird.

Celebrity Mua Masterclass in Manchester

I’ve been doing my makeup more or less the same for years, so I thought it was about time to learn some new tips and tricks.

We tend to associate trends with fashion, but makeup trends come and go too. I’ve been doing my makeup more or less the same for years, so I thought it was about time to learn some new tips and tricks. Using a primer and applying foundation with a sponge is my starting point – great makeup starts with a good base, after all. Oh, and using setting spray (which I definitely need in this hot weather). I’m still not sure about wearing false lashes though – I’m just not very good at putting them on. I’d rather use a lash serum and a good mascara…unless someone else puts them on for me!

Celebrity Mua Masterclass in Manchester

Above is the bridal look, which was looked absolutely flawless close up. Below is the “drama and sparkle” look, with big false lashes and glitter on the eyelids. Amy made the model’s lips defined but very natural, so as not to detract from the dark, smokey eyes.

Celebrity Mua Masterclass in Manchester

Celebrity Mua Masterclass in Manchester

During the break between demos afternoon tea was served, There were so many cakes…but I didn’t eat any because I’m pretty sure they weren’t vegan. In fairness, I didn’t tell anyone beforehand so I took my own snacks. I chatted over food and drinks with the lovely Jen who blogs at My Mummy’s Pennies. Before we left I had a good close up look at all of Amy’s makeup and tools. And of course I had to have a photo with our lovely host, although I was instantly regretting doing my own makeup in such a rush that morning!

Celebrity Mua Masterclass in Manchester

Celebrity Mua Masterclass in Manchester

Celebrity Mua Masterclass in Manchester

The goody bag

The contents of the goody bags varied, but each included a full sized product from either Urban Decay or Benefit, as well as a £25 Debenhams gift card. I received the Urban Decay Sin Afterglow Highlighter palette, which I love! I also got three sets of false lashes (so I suppose I’d better get practising with them!), two brushes, a Benefit lipstick, hair mask sachet, glitter pots and a single eyeshadow (in green…yikes…I’ll save that for Halloween!). If you get chance to go to one of these events, I’d highly recommend it. You can keep up to date with new events on the CMM website and Facebook page.

Are there any makeup techniques you’ve struggled to master? Mine’s definitely the winged eyeliner…I really need help with that…any tips appreciated!

Celebrity Mua Masterclass in Manchester goody bag


 

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Epibrow Lash Serum Review

Over the years, in my quest for long and full eyelashes, I’ve gone to extraordinary lengths (no pun intended). I’ve had my eyelashes tinted, permed, lifted, and tried countless mascaras, but the results were hit and miss. I did consider lash extensions or strips but it just seems like too much maintenance for me, as well as being expensive. Plus, I’d be worried about them falling out at an inopportune moment.

After about two weeks I started to notice a difference: my lashes were longer, thicker and darker.

I’d always been a bit skeptical about lash serums, but when I was offered the chance to try Epibrow Lash Serum I figured it was worth a go – after all, it only takes about 30 seconds to apply it. So, every night before I went to bed I applied the serum to the upper and lower lash line. The thin brush makes it easy to reach the hair follicles and ensures you don’t waste any. After about two weeks I started to notice a difference: my lashes were longer, thicker and darker. By the end of the four week trial I was amazed at the difference it had made.

It has made doing my eye makeup much quicker and easier, which is a real bonus when I’m in a rush in the morning.

I’ve always had fairly long lashes, but the natural hair cycle and over zealous use of eyelash curlers meant that sometimes they looked sparse and gappy. The photos below show my lashes with mascara before I started using the serum, and after I’d used it for four weeks. The before photo was taken on my phone so it’s not as clear as the after photo, but you can see the difference. It has made doing my eye makeup much quicker and easier, which is a real bonus when I’m in a rush in the morning. Having long, thick lashes makes me look awake even if I’m not feeling it.

Hair follows a three-phase growth cycle:

Anagen (growth) stage – This is the phase when lashes are actively growing, which lasts between 30 and 45 days. Only about 40% of the upper lashes and 15% of the lower lashes are in the anagen phase at any one time. Each lash will grow to a specific length and then stop.

Catagen (transitional) stage – During this phase the lash stops growing and the hair follicle shrinks. If an eyelash falls out or is plucked out during this phase, it won’t grow back right away because the follicle needs to complete the catagen phase before it can move on to the next one. This phase lasts between two and three weeks.

Telogen stage   This is a resting phase when your hair is released and falls out. This phase can last more than 100 days before the eyelash falls out and a new one begins to grow. Because each individual lash is in its own phase of the growing cycle, it’s normal for a few lashes to fall out most days. It typically takes between four and eight weeks to fully replace an eyelash.

I’m now on my second treatment cycle but the results from the first cycle haven’t diminished.

The serum extends the anagen phase so you get full and maximum growth. It contains essential minerals and polypeptides to feed the hair follicles. It’s recommended that you wait four weeks between treatments, then repeat. I’m now on my second treatment cycle but the results from the first cycle haven’t diminished. Starting the second cycle is really to maintain those results. To give you a better idea of how effective this serum is I’ve compared photos of my lashes without and with mascara. In the bottom photo I’ve applied two coats of Tarte Maneater mascara.

Epibrow Lash Serum Review

Epibrow Lash Serum Review

The verdict

The results far exceeded my expectations, I was really surprised at the difference the serum made. Thicker, longer eyelashes might seem like a minor detail but I feel much more confident without makeup. With a quick curl and one or two coats of mascara my eyelashes are almost touching my eyebrows! I’m so glad I discovered this treatment because I really didn’t want to get into the expensive and time consuming habit of having lash extensions. Now I know I don’t need to. At £55 it’s not cheap, but compare that to salon treatments that can cost more than that and don’t last as long, I think it’s quite reasonable. It’s difficult to tell how much is left in the tube but it’s showing no signs of running low. Would I buy it again? Absolutely! My lashes have never looked better!

 

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Vivderma Cellular Recovery System

Every so often skin needs a reboot, especially if you have more mature skin. While a good daily skincare routine is vital, a more intensive treatment can completely rejuvenate the complexion. Usually these treatments require several trips to a clinic, and can be very costly, so I was thrilled to test this product from Vivderma. I previously tried the Detox Elixir Serum and Restoring Moisturiser which I loved, so I had high hopes for this treatment.

The Vivderma Cellular Recovery System is a clinically-inspired four-week intensive course of concentrated retinol, which promotes cell renewal and boosts collagen. By bringing new skin cells to the surface and removing dead cells it reduces wrinkles, increases firmness, clears blemishes and age spots, and also brightens photodamaged skin. It’s a multi-faceted anti-ageing treatment, designed to repair and renew the complexion.

After only a few days I could see an improvement in my skin – in fact my husband asked me what treatment I’d had…praise indeed!

Over the four-week course, the concentration of retinoid in the treatment is increased from 10% to 40%. This allows the skin to gradually adjust to the product and helps prevents irritation. Retinol is a vitamin A product, which has powerful anti-ageing benefits. Just two drops applied at night time to clean skin is all that’s required, making it really convenient and easy to use.  After only a few days I could see an improvement in my skin – in fact my husband asked me what treatment I’d had…praise indeed!

Vivderma Cellular Recovery System

Small but potent, the Vivderma Cellular Recovery System has given my skin a much needed overhaul, improving firmness and tone while reducing fine lines.

By the end of the course my skin was significantly improved. I’ve been wearing less makeup and feeling much more confident about my complexion. After trying countless different salon treatments which only deliver short-lived results, I’m delighted with the difference this has made; a few weeks after completing the course the results are still evident. Small but potent, the Vivderma Cellular Recovery System has given my skin a much needed overhaul, improving firmness and tone while reducing fine lines.

Vivderma Cellular Recovery System

While using any product containing retinol, it’s extra important to remember sunscreen to protect the fresh skin cells. Due to the intensity of the treatment it’s recommended that the course be repeated up to three or four times a year, depending on skin requirements. I plan to repeat the course over the Summer, and again towards the end of the year.

The Vivderma Cellular Recovery System costs £195, which admittedly is quite pricey, but when you consider you’ll get more than one round of treatment out of it I’d say it does offer good value for money. I can’t tell exactly how much is left in the bottles but I think there’s enough for at least one more course, and that’s with accidentally dispensing more than the recommended two drops some days. Plus, it delivers impressive results within the comfort of your own home and takes about 30 seconds to apply. It doesn’t get much easier than that!

Have you ever used retinol products? I’d love to hear about your experience in the comments!

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