My skin is pretty sensitive. And, living on the East Coast means four season of change in the air and my skin. I have to rotate my skincare routine every time the weather changes. The dry Fall and Winter months are especially difficult on my skin. It tends to get dry and itchy regardless of how much moisturizer I put on. And, when my skin is overly dry it makes more oil which can cause minor breakouts. Oh joy! I’ve noticed that my skin has changed even more so now that I’ve had a pregnancy. How has your skin changed over the years?
I have spent way too much money on skin care and T.J. is always like, “oh no, not another product!” I written before about a product line called Elizabeth Grant. They have a very extensive assortment of high quality products for all skin types. I’ve tried the Tinted Moisturizer, which is a super multi-tasker that primes the skin and give you a hint of color while making your skin poreless and flawless, and the Caviar Warming Mask which cleanses deep into the skin leaving your face with a fresh glow.
My latest find from Elizabeth Grant is their Vitamin C Nourishing Face Oil. I was king of worried initially about putting oil on my skin since I surprisingly tend to have oily skin especially in the T-zone. Well, I washed my face at the end of a long day and applied a bit of the Vitamin C oil. A little goes a long way so I rubbed the excess into my hands since those are dry these days too. 🙂 I did not apply an additional night cream as I would typically and went to bed for the night. When I woke up I was surprised to find that my skin was very much hydrated, refreshed, and regenerated.
I excited to share this product with you especially if you have dry or sensitive skin like me because this stuff works. There is no heavy scents or perfumes which I prefer when applying anything to my face. Vitamin C is also know to help diminish scars and help soften scar tissue.
I’vr even told T.J. to put some on his hands to help with the eczema he has during these cold and dry months. 🙂
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.