- Fall+Winter Moisturizing Beauty Favorites -
- Mario Badescu Face Masks, Flower Tonic and Orange Tonic -
I am in love with these masks and I use them about every other day. I've noticed a huge difference in my skin since masking regularly.
Sorella Apothecary Avocado Oil Lip Hydrator
Hands down, the best thing I've ever done for my lips. Because I tend to talk a lot while working (directing people, giving tasks to my assistants, family formals, etc), my lips dry out quick, especially if it's a hot summer day. I can put this on, eat and keep working and it lasts through all the chaos.
Sorella Apothecary Daily Greens Moisturizer
Whenever I'm in need of a hefty pick-me-up, I always turn to this moisturizer. I always feel like my skin perks up and looks more radiant after using.
Footlogix Foot DD Cream
My nail technician turned me on to this cream/mousse and my heels have been thanking me since. On an average wedding day, I'll walk/run about five miles - in flats, heels and boots (yes, typically all on the same day! ha) My feet hate me and this cream has saved them.
Sorella Apothecray Watermelon Mint Hydrating Mist
It's like summer in a bottle - first, I love the packaging and it goes well with my obsession of all things white. Second, I love this mist because it's refreshing and fabulous for when you feel like your skin or makeup is looking a little worn out and tired.
Mario Badescu Vitamin C Serum
I LOVE this stuff. It has been the one thing that has transformed my skin; it looks younger, more resilient, less dark spots and yes, even my monthly breakouts are much less noticeable. This comes with me everywhere I go and if I forget it, I have a mini-panic attack.
Mario Badescu Facial Spray with Aloe
Again, I can't enough of MarioB - I used this a ton this summer (whole body) on anything that felt like it got a little too much sun and helped those maybe-burns turn into a tan. This fall, I've been using it to help moisturize and give little added boosts throughout the day, especially with how dry Colorado tends to be in the fall/winter.
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