ASK THE PROS: 2016 BEAUTY FAVES – Part 2

Continued from Part 1 with The Beauty Idealist

As 2016 comes to a close, I’m asking the beauty experts – the ladies behind some of my favorite beauty blogs to share their beauty wisdom on their favorite products that they’ve been using this year. So if you’ve ever read through beauty sites and thought “but what are they REALLY using that they can’t live without” – this is the post for you! Yesterday we had Fabiana from The Beauty Idealists 2016 favorites, today, we have Lilly from Genuine Glow!

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Here’s the list in no particular order:

Gressa Skin Purifying Oil
. It’s one of the most lightweight facial oil serums I have tried, yet it makes my skin feel soft and bouncy. It also sinks in quickly leaving no greasy residue and contains soothing flower extracts like Chamomile and Calendula.

Yuli Halcyon Cleanser. I am convinced that this cleanser plays a huge part in keeping my skin clear because it lifts all dirt and excess oil without leaving my skin feeling tight and rinses off clear. It’s the perfect, 2 minute-morning cleanser, or second cleanser for the evening, after removing my makeup with a cream or oil cleanser. I also love to mix it with the Yuli Pure Mask for a deeper cleanse and gentle exfoliation.

MUN Anarose Hydrating Toner. I love it because it is simple and effective. It is soothing, hydrating, and contains antioxidants. It makes my skin feel replenished and “balanced”.

Tata Harper Resurfacing Mask. Thankfully, I didn’t struggle with breakouts this year, but this mask always took care of occasional pimples. I apply a small amount as soon as I see a pimple appearing (the sooner — the better), preferably leaving it on overnight, and it always does the trick — it prevents it from growing and makes it dry and go away.

Part 3 with Kimberly Loc coming soon!

  • David

    Is the Gressa Purifying Oil a cleansing oil or face oil?

    • Hi David, it is a face oil. It’s called “Purifying” because it works well for oily and acne-prone skin types (it contains light plant oils that sink into the skin quickly) and it feels calming on the skin (it is free of any potentially irritating essential oils and contains soothing plant extracts). Please let me know if you have any questions about it, and thanks for reading!