Hydrated Skin = Happy Skin

It itches, it flakes, it sounds terrible when it rubs against the bedsheets and it doesn’t do a dang thing for that “natural glow.” Here are some of my go to moisturizers during this glow sucking time.

Body Creams

If you’re a beachy kind of gal (or guy for that matter), this cream is the best. It smells like a beach vacation and leaves your skin smooth without that “I’m getting grease all over everything I touch” type of thing.

Not a beachy smelling kind of person? This one is for you. Silky smooth, inexpensive and perfect for all over.

Face AKA- The Moneymaker

If there’s one thing I’ve learned by now, in my 30’s, it’s to take care of my face. During the cold months, my skin, especially my face needs all the help it can get. In the mornings I use, GinZing Energy Boosting Gel Moisturizer by Origins. When I put it on, it makes me feel like I’ve got it together.

I’ve learned the hard way to use sunscreen during the day. Hello, freckles. Have you heard of Supergoop? This is the bee’s knees. It’s cruelty free, has none of the bad junk and feels like a million bucks on your face. Grown up responsibilities, people. Do yourself a favor with this one.

Night time is when your face does its best work. We just need to make sure we give it the fuel. Lately, I’ve been using the Moisturizing Eye Bomb by Belif. I wake up with my eyes still feeling smooth and looking well rested.

As far as night creams go, this one is tops. It’s pricey, but worth it. You will be able to tell the difference when you wake up. Two weeks into it and your face will have a “tighter” look to it.

Lastly, for your face. Rub all of these creams in with a jade roller. Now, I know what you’re thinking. Yes, I’m a tad extra BUT this really does feel amazing on your skin. It’s like a massage for your face.

Short and sweet, friends. There are tons of options out there, as long as you’re making an attempt, that’s all that will matter to your 65 year old self.

Cheers, Lana.

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