I’ll admit it: I’m a serial dater when it comes to skin care. I just can’t commit!
As someone who writes regularly about lotions and serums and creams, I continually try new products all the time. I know what I don’t like — stuff that stinks of chemicals, gunk that feels greasy, anything that makes me break out — and what I like. Usually that means something fairly natural and fairly easy to use, but I use the term “love” sparingly.
That is, until I met my soulmate, Beuti Skincare’s Beauty Sleep Elixir, which is 98 percent organic and somehow helps me wake up with a glowing complexion. Far be it for me to question its effectiveness. After all, none other than Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, queen of glossy hair and flawless skin, swears by it, according to Beuti. Now, I’m a product-commitment convert.
Beauti Sleep Elixir, $65, Amazon
It’s become an important part of my nighttime ritual, which I often pair with Farmacy’s Sleep Tight balm. It’s like dipping your face into the most luxurious velvet and your skin just soaks it up. Oh, and best of all? You’ll recognize nearly all of the ingredients listed: bran oil, chamomile, lime, orange peel, sunflower seed oil, evening primrose oil and ginger, among others.
My heart belongs to these two (for now!) but for other options, here are few more nighttime heroes that I’ve tried and loved, and that will go the distance.
Drunk Elephant T.L.C. Framboos Glycolic Night Serum, $90, Dermstore
Weleda Iris Hydrating Night Cream, $22, Dermstore
Karin Herzog Vita-A-Kombi with AHA, $75, Dermstore
Dermalogica AGE Smart Overnight Repair Serum, $65, Dermstore
OMOROVICZA Rejuvenating Night Cream, $235, Sephora
FRESH Peony Brightening Night Treatment Mask, $82, Sephora
La Prairie Anti-Aging Night Cream, $250, Nordstrom
Kiehl’s Daily Reviving Concentrate, $46, Nordstrom
Source: today com
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