These Are The Best Beauty Products to Use in Spring


Spring forward with a skin care routine that reflects the change of season. Switching your skin care and beauty products for spring can not only be beneficial to your complexion, it can also help with some side effects of allergy season — we see you, puffy eyes — too.

Take a look at some of the best beauty products to use March through June, ahead.


The Créme Shop 2-in-1 Facial Foam Cleanser Rose Water + Pomegranate + Lotus Flower

No skin care routine is complete without a stellar face wash and The Créme Shop 2-in-1 Facial Foam Cleanser Rose Water + Pomegranate + Lotus Flower is our go-to for spring. Swapping out your winter skin cleanser for something that can balance — a saving grace during allergy season — soothe, and even the skin tone, can result in a softer, more supple-looking complexion.

Yon-Ka Guarana Scrub


Shed your winter skin with Yon-Ka Guarana Scrub. Exfoliating the skin once a week can not only help change the texture of your complexion, it can result in a more even-looking skin tone, too. Formulated with powerful ingredients like Amazonian guarana seeds, natural caffeine, and rice bran powder, the exfoliating formula works to slough off dry skin, stimulate the skin, and buff away pore-clogging debris.

 Skin & Lab Red Serum

Springtime means more time outside and more time outside means environmental aggressors like the sun and pollution — both of which are rich in damaging free radicals. Protect your complexion with an antioxidant-rich facial serum like Skin & Lab’s Red Serum. Formulated with superfruit ingredients like blueberry, acai, raspberry, and pomegranate, the Red Serum can help protect the skin from sun damage, fade the look of dark spots, and smooth fine lines and wrinkles.

EmerginC Scientific Organics Eyelight Cream


With allergy season comes dreaded puffy eyes. Luckily, EmerginC has you covered with their Scientific Organics Eyelight Cream. Formulated with watermelon rinds, grape stem cells, rosehip oil, and other nourishing ingredients, the Eyelight Cream can reduce the look of puffy eyes and under-eye circles by hydrating and brightening the eye contour.

Skin & Lab Glacial Clay Facial Mask

Spring clean your complexion with Skin & Lab Glacial Clay Facial Mask. Enriched with Canadian glacial clay, bentonite clay, and kaolin clay, along with tea tree oil, the deep-cleaning face mask works like a magnet to draw out impurities, minimize pores, reduce inflammation, and reveal a brighter, more clarified complexion.


The Honey Pot Company Sensitive Wash


Swap your body wash out for something more sensitive — and vagina-friendly — like The Honey Pot Company Sensitive Wash. Formulated with all-natural ingredients that work together to banish odor-causing bacteria, balance your body’s natural pH level, and moisturize the skin in a way that softens and nourishes like you’ve never experienced before.

 Yu-Be Heel & Elbow Moisturizing Socks

Sandal season is upon us and you know what that means. It’s time to get serious about the skin on your soles. After being in boots all winter long, your heels could use a pick-me-up and Yu-Be’s Heel & Elbow Moisturizing Socks can help you put your best foot forward.

Farmaesthetics Hand to Heel Softening Salve


Dry skin doesn’t end with the last snow. If you experience dry, itchy skin on your hands, Farmaesthetics Hand to Heel Softening Salve is just what you need to soften and nourish your mitts. Formulated with a powerful combination of beeswax and calendula, the softening skin salve works to deeply nourish the skin, lock in moisture, soothe inflammation, and rejuvenate.

 Yu-Be Moisturizing Body Lotion

After hiding under a puffer coat and wool sweaters all winter, the skin on your body can seriously benefit from some hydration. Enter: Yu-Be Moisturizing Body Lotion. Enriched with vitamin E and B2, the multi-purpose moisturizer can provide the skin with a burst of hydration, soothe itch and irritation, and help revive the overall texture of body skin.

– Jessie Quinn

Feminism is Not an Ugly Word; How Beauty Brands are Speaking to the Modern Woman on International Women’s Day and Beyond

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If there ever was a year of the woman, 2018 is looking like a good contender. In this day and age where words like “me too,” and “time’s up,” evoke change and action, the once feminist norm is now part of mainstream culture. Beauty and health brands are also raising their collective voices, allowing women to be unapologetically who they want to be and bringing selfcare to the forefront of common rhetoric.

Millions of girls and women around the world see their periods as a “week of shame.” Managing their monthly menstruation comes with improvising unhygienic and ineffective items like old clothing or toilet paper to get by. In fact, one in ten African schoolgirls skip or drop out of school entirely due to poor access to menstrual products. The Honey Pot Co, a plant-based feminine care line, is aiming to change that. Founder, Beatrice Feliu-Espada, has teamed up with the AFRIpads, a foundation that advocates for women’s health in Uganda, providing a portion of their proceeds to assist school-age girls in manufacturing menstrual care kits in their own villages. The Honey Pot Co’s collection of natural washes, wipes, pads and soon-to-launch tampons, are available nationally at Target.

Men can be feminists, too, as evidenced by father founder of RealHer Makeup, Bill Xiang. After the birth of his daughter, Xiang was inspired to start the collection to empower women. He noticed the societal pressures facing females and did not want his daughter to fall victim to the perceived status quos. Xiang always felt that makeup was a vehicle for female empowerment and in turn, created RealHer. With powerful messages of self-acceptance like, “I Am Tough,” and “I Love Myself,” RealHer also practices what they preach, donating 20% of their profits to the American Associate of University Women, which provides educational funding for women across the country.

“Feminism and femininity are not mutually exclusive,” says Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, author of We Should All Be Feminists. “It is misogynistic to suggest that they are. Sadly, women have learned to be ashamed and apologetic about pursuits that are seen as traditionally female, such as fashion and makeup. But our society does not expect men to feel ashamed of pursuits considered generally male – sports cars, certain professional sports. In the same way, men’s grooming is never suspect in the way women’s grooming is – a well-dressed man does not worry that, because he is dressed well, certain assumptions might be made about his intelligence, his ability, or his seriousness. A woman, on the other hand, is always aware of how a bright lipstick or a carefully-put-together outfit might very well make others assume her to be frivolous.”

We still have a long way to go. While The Honey Pot Co and RealHer are shedding light on equality, self-acceptance and empowerment, there are countless others that are not using their platforms for the greater good. But, even a small suffice to say, these feminist brands will continue to have a place on my vanity and hopefully yours, too.

– Mallory Liebhaber

Celebrate International Women’s Day With These Female-Founded Beauty Companies

When we think of International Women’s Day, we think of all the remarkable ways women have carved out space for themselves in the world — including, the beauty industry. Thanks to many female-founded beauty brands who celebrate women in a new (read: more relatable) light, the beauty industry will never be the same.

In celebration of International Women’s Day, we’re highlighting a few of the best female-founded beauty brands, ahead.



Founded by Brenda Brock, Farmaesthetics got its start in 1999 at an organic farmstand in rural Rhode Island. What began in Brock’s kitchen is now a full-fledged luxury skin care company found in the best spas and boutiques around the world. Though Farmaesthetics products are no longer formulated in her kitchen they’re still the same, 100% natural skin care products so many have worshipped for nearly a decade. Infused with organic herbs, oils, and flowers, the farm-to-skin beauty company has paved the way for natural and sustainable beauty.

Try: Farmaesthetics Calendula Remedy Oil

Enriched with only three ingredients — calendula, sweet almond oil, and vitamin E — the Calendula Remedy Oil is one of our Farmaesthetics favorites. Known as a skin mending herb, calendula can help treat and heal external skin conditions, such as wounds, scars, and burns. But, that’s not all. In addition to calendula’s healing powers, sweet almond oil and vitamin E work together to nourish and soften the skin and protect from environmental aggressors like pollution and the sun’s UV rays. It’s no wonder its been regarded as a facial in a bottle.

Manic Panic


Founded in 1977 by punk rock legends, Tish and Snooky Bellomo, Manic Panic is one of the coolest (and most colorful) beauty brands of all time. Named after the sisters’ iconic punk-style boutique in NYC, the cult-favorite beauty brand — best known for its wildly fun collection of colorful hair dye — not only represents the punk-era, but the badass woman inside all of us.

Try: Manic Panic High Voltage Classic Cream Formula Hair Color

Manic Panic’s original High Voltage Classic Cream Formula Hair Color is not only known for being one of the best color hair dyes on the market, it’s one of the friendliest, too. The cult-favorite product has been vegan and cruelty-free since day one (that’s impressive for a company that started over 40 years ago!) and is free of ammonia, parabens, resorcinol, phthalate, and other harmful ingredients. And, with 44 shades to choose from, there’s something for everyone.  

The Honey Pot Company


Founded by Beatrice Feliu-Espada, The Honey Pot Company is the result of one woman’s search for a natural way to care for down there. After searching for natural ways to cure vaginal infections — and stay away from antibiotics that worked only temporarily — Beatrice discovered a formula that would solve her (and countless of other women’s) problem and keep her lady parts healthy and happy. Now, The Honey Pot Company is on its way to becoming a leader in the world of feminine hygiene and is making safer products more accessible to women everywhere.

Try: The Honey Pot Company Normal Wipes

Caring for down there is as easy — not to mention: safe — as The Honey Pot Company’s Normal Wipes. Formulated with all natural ingredients, such as soothing aloe vera, cucumber fruit extract, oat extract, coconut water, and more, the all-natural feminine wipes are the ultimate way to keep your goods fresh and clean. And, that’s not all. Because the products are made with all-natural ingredients and gentle enough to use down there, you can use them as a multi-purpose wipe, too. When you’re in a pinch, use them to clean your complexion, wipe under your arms after a sweaty workout, and more.


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Founded by Erica Chung, 3LAB is a leader in the world of high-tech skin care. With a focus on anti-aging, the high-end skincare brand utilizes “smart” technology to reverse signs of aging through improving collagen production, smoothing out fine lines and wrinkles, protecting against environmental aggressors, and more.

Try: 3LAB Super “H” Serum

Looking for an anti-aging product that does it all? Look no further than 3LAB Super “H” Serum. The award-winning anti-aging elixir is a true representation of the company’s astounding products, as it utilizes science to renew the skin and combat all signs of aging. The results? Skin that appears fresher and more youthful than before.

– Jessie Quinn

The Best Beauty Products To Use When You’re On Your Period

Blog Image 3.2.18Think you have to stick with your regular face wash and moisturizer during that time of the month? Think again. Switching up your skin care routine and adding products that are formulated to control excess oil, fight acne, and cleanse down there (yes, that’s a thing!) can make a huge difference in both the clarity of your skin and your body’s pH levels.

Up ahead, we share some of the best beauty products to use during that time of the month. Trust us, Aunt Flow won’t know what hit her.

The Honey Pot Co. Wash

Keep things clean down there with The Honey Pot Co. Wash. With both normal and sensitive washes to choose from, the feminine wash can balance pH levels, banish odor-causing bacteria, and hydrate your lady parts without any discomfort. What’s more? The wash is formulated with plant-based ingredients, so you can cleanse without worrying about irritation or infection.

Skin & Lab Glacial Clay Facial Mask


We know we’re getting a visit from Aunt Flow when a pesky chin pimple pops up. Help keep period-related breakouts at bay with Skin & Lab Glacial Facial Mask. Formulated with Canadian glacial clay, bentonite, kaolin, and acne-fighting tea tree oil, the detoxifying face mask is your ultimate weapon against excess sebum, large pores, inflammation, and pimples.

 The Créme Shop 2-in-1 Facial Foam Cleanser: Charcoal + Volcanic Ash

Nothing says deep clean like charcoal and we can’t get enough of The Créme Shop 2-in-1 Facial Foam Cleanser: Charcoal + Volcanic Ash. At just $10 a pop, the affordable cleanser is a great way to keep healthy, clear skin during that time of the month. Formulated with activated charcoal and volcanic ash, the cleanser works like a magnet to pull out dirt and impurities from pores and flush out toxins.

 Yon-Ka Lotion Yon-Ka Normal to Oily Skin Toner

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To avoid period-related breakouts, it’s important to keep the complexion’s pH as balanced as possible. And, one way to do so is to incorporate a facial toner in your morning and nighttime routine. We love Yon-Ka Lotion Yon-Ka Normal to Oily Skin Toner for its ability to balance the skin’s pH and keep excess oil at bay. Formulated with five essential oils that purify, tone, and invigorate the skin, this daily facial toner is a must-try.

 emerginC Complexion Control

If you experience oily skin while on your period, you may want to switch to a lightweight moisturizer that can balance excess oil and keep breakouts at bay. Formulated with willow bark extract, the emerginC Complexion Control moisturizer can provide the skin with deep nourishment while working to get rid of excess sebum and protect against breakouts.

 Lavido Intimately Yours Wash 


You can never have too much feminine wash — especially while on your period. Another wash we love? Lavido Intimately Yours Wash. Formulated with tea tree and lavender essential oils, the daily body wash works to cleanse, deodorize, and balance the body’s natural pH level.

 emerginC Blemish Control

It wouldn’t be that time of month without a little — or, a lot of — pimple cream. Formulated with acne-fighting zinc oxide, sulfur, camphor, and salicylic acid, emerginC Blemish Control is a fast-acting drying lotion that improves the look of breakouts before your urge to pick sets in.

 The Honey Pot Co. Feminine Wipes


On the go? Cleanse down there with The Honey Pot Co. Feminine Wipes. Made from sustainable, chlorine and pesticide-free rayon and formulated with natural botanicals, antioxidants, and probiotics, these cleansing wipes can help balance the body’s pH, deodorize, and prevent infections from occurring. Not to mention: They leave you feeling ultra fresh and clean.

– Jessie Quinn

The 7 Best Face Masks to Meditate In

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In skin care, masking is a lot like meditation — it’s a great way to unwind, de-stress, and set intentions (for the skin, that is). And while both practices are beneficial on their own, together they have an immense amount of mind, body, and skin care capabilities. So, the next time you sit down to meditate, why not apply a corresponding face mask, too? We share how to meditate with face masks, plus the best face masks for meditation, ahead.

How to Meditate With Face Masks

Before sitting down for a meditation, prep your complexion with a gentle cleanser. Cleansing the skin before masking is a necessary step to ensure the surface of your skin is free of any makeup, dirt, or debris that could get in the way while the mask penetrates your skin.

Then, use clean fingers — or, The Créme Shop Glitter Silicone Makeup Blender — to apply a face mask of your choice to your complexion. When choosing a face mask, we like to sinc its benefits with the intentions we set during meditation. If you’re practicing an energizing meditation, reach for an energizing face mask, if you’re practicing a cleansing meditation, reach for a cleansing face mask, and so on and so forth.

After applying your face mask, lay down on your yoga mat, or sit up straight with your legs crossed and hands placed on your knees to begin meditation. Once your meditation is complete, follow the instructions on the packaging to remove your mask and voilá!

The Best Face Masks For Meditation

Purifying: Skin & Lab Glacial Clay Facial Mask

Formulated with three different types of skin care clay — kaolin, bentonite, and Canadian glacial clay — the purifying Skin & Lab Glacial Clay Facial Mask deeply cleanses the skin, purifies pores, and helps keep acne and excess oil at bay with added tea tree oil.

Brightening: emerginC Vitamin C + Retinol Mask


Brighten the look of your complexion with emerginC Vitamin C + Retinol Mask. Formulated to fight against free radical damage, boost collagen production, protect against sun damage, and improve the skin’s tone and texture, this brightening mask can reveal a softer, brighter, more youthful-looking complexion with regular use.

Cleansing: The Créme Shop Little Black Mask

Cleanse your complexion and rid pores of blackhead, whiteheads, and dead skin with The Créme Shop Little Black Mask. Formulated with antioxidant-rich vitamin E and charcoal, the peel-off mask can help target excess oil, deep cleanse the complexion and soothe the complexion.

Hydrating: Farmaesthetics Herbal Hydration Complex Remedy Reserve Mask


Got dry skin? Nourish your complexion with Farmaesthetics Herbal Hydration Complex Remedy Reserve Mask. Formulated with nourishing shea butter, aloe vera, natural lactic acid, peppermint and lavender essential oils and more, the all-natural face mask can work to replenish the skin, maintain moisture levels, remove excess oil, and protect against environmental damage.

Soothing:  The Créme Shop Aloe Vera Face Mask

Is there anything more relaxing than meditating with a soothing face mask? Formulated with aloe vera, The Créme Shop Aloe Vera Face Mask works to nourish, moisturize, protect, and cool the skin. What’s more? Because of it’s soothing properties, it can also help relieve skin irritation and may be able to treat chronic skin conditions, too.

Protecting: PureHeals Ginseng Berry 80 Overnight Mask

If you’re meditating for deep sleep, consider applying an overnight face mask like PureHeals Ginseng Berry 80 Overnight Mask. Formulated with antioxidant-rich ginseng berry extract and soothing chamomile, this face mask works to protect the complexion against environmental aggressors, tightens and energizes the skin, and provides a mask of comfort while you sleep.

Energizing: The Créme Shop Cold Brew Face Mask


Like a cup of coffee for your skin, The Créme Shop Cold Brew Face Mask is a great mask to recharge in. Formulated with concentrated coffee extract, the face mask can promote a more awake-looking complexion, improve circulation, reduce puffiness, and awaken the skin.

– Jessie Quinn

How To Tap Crystal Magic With Beauty Products

crystalbeauty-crystalsforbeautyEverywhere we look, we see healing crystals. Instagram is flooded with images of their dazzling beauty, news outlets are trying to debunk them — hell, they even sell sex toys made out of them. But, while crystals may seem like another millennial obsession, they’re actually quite the opposite. So much so that they’ve been used since ancient times for their healing, wellness, and beauty benefits.

As a matter of fact, many of the beauty industry’s most sought-after products and rituals utilize the power of crystal energy to set themselves apart from others. Curious to know more? We’re sharing some of the top crystals used in beauty, ahead.

Rose Quartz

Perhaps one of the most popular crystals available, rose quartz boasts major beauty benefits. Thanks to its ability to activate the heart chakra and promote positive energy, rose quartz can work to replace feelings of stress and tension with powerful expressions of love, hope, peace, and faith. Because these vibrations work on a cellular level, they can rejuvenate the skin and promote cellular turnover to target fine lines and wrinkles.

Because of its glittering properties, rose quartz is also commonly used in makeup items such as blush, highlighter, and eyeshadow. For a highlighter that truly sparkles, try Glossier’s Haloscope in Quartz. Formulated with genuine quartz extract, the highlighter stick glides onto the skin for the ultimate glow factor.


Puffy skin begone! Formulated with oxygenating properties, hematite can be used to de-puff the eyes, improve circulation, and energize the complexion. To use hematite in your beauty routine, apply a nourishing eye cream — like this one from Mad Hippie — to your under-eye area and use a tumbled hematite crystal to massage the eye contour in outward motions.


Another healing crystal with powerful beauty benefits? Amazonite. According to Crystal Bliss by Devi Brown, if you have a blister, rash, or even a breakout, you can rub polished amazonite on said skin issues to accelerate healing.

In addition to using polished amazonite on skin issues, you may also want to incorporate a healing skin cream like Yu-Be’s Advanced Formula Pure Hydration Cream. Formulated with soothing chamomile, the do-it-all skin cream can soothe skin, promote healing, and provide the complexion with deep nourishment.


Looking for a healing crystal that can be used to restore, heal, and purify? Look no further than jade. The gorgeous green stone is most commonly used in the form of a massage roller — aka, a jade roller — and can be used to promote lymphatic drainage, improve circulation, and reveal a glowing complexion.

For at-home jade rolling, prep the skin with Farmaesthetics Calendula Remedy Oil, then use a clean jade roller in upward motions to massage the complexion.


For skin that is prone to redness and breakouts, turn to amethyst. A deeply therapeutic stone, amethyst promotes overall detoxification of the body, which can be especially useful for getting rid of pesky pimples. For face breakouts, try creating a homemade amethyst-infused facial spray using crystal water, antibacterial jojoba oil, and clarifying lavender. Here’s what you’ll need:

  • 3 tsp jojoba oil
  • 3 drops lavender essential oil
  • Distilled water
  • A tumbled amethyst stone
  • A singing bowl or small glass bowl
  • A 2 oz amber glass spray bottle
  • A funnel


  1. Clean amethyst with warm water and soap.
  2. Place amethyst in a singing bowl. If you don’t have a singing bowl, a glass bowl will do.
  3. Fill the bowl with distilled water and place in the sun for 6-8 hours.
  4. Once the crystal water is charged, remove it from the sun.
  5. Next, sterilize the glass spray bottle by soaking it in boiling water for 20 minutes.
  6. Then, use the funnel to add 3 tsp of jojoba oil.
  7. With good aim, add 3 drops of lavender essential oil.
  8. Gently swirl the mixture together to combine.
  9. Use the funnel to fill the bottle with amethyst-infused water.
  10. Secure the spray lid and shake before each use.

– Jessie Quinn


How to Give Yourself a Spa-Worthy Facial at Home

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We don’t know about you, but spending a day at the spa is one of our favorite ways to relax, recharge, and give our skin some extra attention. That said, you don’t have to book a pricey treatment to reap the benefits of a relaxing spa day. In fact, all you need is a little mood lighting, relaxing aroma, soothing music, and a roundup of spa-worthy skin care products.

Want to know how to give yourself a spa-worthy facial at home? We share the details, ahead.

 Step 1: Cleanse: Farmaesthetics Fine Herbal Cleanser

First thing’s first: Let’s cleanse. Formulated with only five ingredients, the Fine Herbal Cleanser from Farmaesthetics delivers powerful results. 100% natural and gentle enough to use on all skin types — including, sensitive — the daily cleanser works to rinse away daily impurities and excess oil while maintaining the skin’s natural pH level. As step one in your at-home facial, it can thoroughly cleanse the skin and create a clean slate for other powerful skin care formulas.

Step 2: Exfoliate: emerginC Micro-Scrub

Step two in giving yourself a spa-worthy facial at home? Exfoliation. Exfoliation works to slough off dead skin cells, improve circulation, and creates a softer, smoother-looking complexion that is ready to absorb some of the skin care superstars in your arsenal. We love emerginC Micro-Scrub for its soothing plant extract formula and ability to get rid of dead skin cell build up, even out the skin’s natural tone, and reveal a more vibrant complexion.

Step 3: Steam: Farmaesthetics Dreaming Oil

No facial would be complete without a little facial steam. Give yourself an at-home steam sesh with the soothing aroma of Farmaesthetics Dreaming Oil. Enriched with lavender and clary sage essential oils, adding a few drops of this to hot water can create the ultimate spa experience.

To give yourself an at-home facial steam, simply boil a large pot of water, add a few drops of the Dreaming Oil, place your face over the pot — as a rule of thumb, keep a one foot distance between your complexion and the boiling water — and allow the steam to work it’s magic. For extra relaxation, take deep, cleansing breaths while steaming.

 Step 4: Mask: Skin & Lab Pink Clay Facial Mask

After your steam, reach for The Créme Shop’s Glitter Silicone Makeup Blender  and apply your favorite face mask. We love the Skin & Lab Pink Clay Facial Mask for its ability to brighten and tighten the complexion, extract impurities from pores, and reduce the look of redness and irritation. The perfect once-a-week treatment, this kaolin clay face mask will help you put your best face forward.

 Step 5: Tone: The Créme Shop Chia Seed Calming Spritz Toner

Once you’ve removed your face mask, it’s time to tone. Toning the complexion can help balance the skin’s natural pH, as well as prep it for hydration. Our go-to facial toner? The Créme Shop Chia Seed Calming Spritz Toner. Enriched with 100% chia seed extract, the antioxidant-rich facial toner works to restore hydration, eliminate puffiness, and protects the skin from aging aggressors like pollution and the sun’s damaging UV rays.

 Step 6: Refresh: Farmaesthetics Cool Aloe Mist

After toner, give your complexion an extra boost of hydration with a nourishing facial mist. We love Farmaesthetics Cool Aloe Mist. Formulated with skin-soothing aloe vera juice, relaxing (and acne-fighting!) lavender essential oil, as well as brightening bergamot essential oil, this all-natural facial spray is the ultimate skin treat.

 Step 7: Serum: emerginC Multi-Vitamin + Retinol Serum

Next step, serum! Serums are a great way to customize your skin care routine and ensure your unique complexion gets the vitamins and minerals it needs. When shopping for facial serum, we like to look for multi-use serums with an anti-aging spin. Our favorite? emerginC Multi-Vitamin + Retinol Serum. As one of the most comprehensive serums on the market, this powerful skin care product can improve cellular turnover, protect against free-radical damage, strengthen the complexion, improve texture, and so much more.

 Step 8: Moisturize: Yon-Ka Elastine Nuit

The last step in your at-home facial? Moisturize. Keeping the skin hydrated is not only key for comfort, but also for the overall health of your skin. After your serum application, reach for your favorite moisturizer and apply it to your complexion and neck in upward massaging motions.

We love Yon-Ka Elastine Nuit for its ability to fight signs of aging like fine lines, wrinkles, and loss of elasticity. Formulated with elastin, milk peptides, and shea butter, the luxurious facial cream protects the complexion, repairs skin, and provides an overall hydration that lasts.

–  Jessie Quinn