Drugstore Beauty Products Update | All your skin and hair needs this Fall


Skin and hair requires some extra love after summer, so for Fall check out the top beauty products editors suggest.  Post-swim products designed to revive and rehydrate your skin and hair.

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6 Editor’s Favorite Drugstore Beauty Products

1. Castor Oil

Even though I have just discovered the benefits of castor oil, I have started using it for dry skin and it works wonders. However, you can use it for wrinkle and fine lines because penetrates deep and stimulates the production of collagen and elastin.

2.  Kiehl’s Daily Reviving Concentrate

An excellent face oil to layer underneath your morning cream that helps repair sun-blasted skin.

3. Stiks Cosmetics Lip Color

Finally! A new super cool lipstick packaging! A flip-top lipstick that delivers a matte stained lip and fits anywhere you want – a back pocket, flat wallet or tiny clutch. It can be opened and applied with one hand. Hmm driving and applying lipstick? Could work…

4. Oribe Smooth Style Hair Serum

This serum is very rich in exotic oils, made in Switzerland is guaranteed to soften and sleeken even damaged hair.  Smooths beachy waves plus delivers a light hold.

5. Burt’s Bees Sensitive Skin Daily Moisturizing Cream

Victoria Kirby, beauty director of the Redbook, is addicted to Burt’s Bees Sensitive Daily Moisturizing Cream. She is very sensitive to fragrances in skin care—the slightest hint turns her face into a red, itchy mess—and a lot of lotions made for sensitive skin still contain natural fragrances that can cause irritation.

But not this one: it’s 99 percent natural and uses cotton extract to help block irritants from getting into your skin.

6. L’Oreal Paris Paris Nude Magique BB Cream

I recently discovered this day cream that gives my skin a healthy glow while keeping it hydrated. It seems you get a naturally gorgeous skin with this  feather-light BB cream with SPF12 sun protection.





Have a lovely Day!!!


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