Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Window...I mean Sephora Online...Shopping List

**nothing purchased; just a wishlist

I'm having a very hard time deciding what to post today, so I thought I'd share some products that have caught my eye as ones I think I would like to purchase.  If you've had any experience with any of them, please leave a comment!  I've been seeing a dermatologist for over 3 years but so far, nothing has done the trick and I am sick of spending so much money on prescriptions that don't work (the last one I completely finished [initial bottle was discounted via coupon] would have been well over $300 out-of-pocket...no thanks!) or cause side effects.

If you've read my blog or followed me on Facebook for any length of time, then you will have no doubt seen numerous posts about me trying to figure out how to treat my skin for the post-acne hyperpigmentation crap that I've been dealing with for years, as well as ongoing breakouts (thankfully, those aren't as common as they used to be).  So for the past week I've really been addicted to reading reviews on Sephora's website for a few products that have caught my eye.

The first one is Origins Brighter By Nature High-Potency Brightening Peel with Fruit Acids:

 And to go with it, Origins Brighter By Nature SPF 35 Skin Tone Correcting Moisturizer

The Out Of Trouble™ 10 Minute Mask To Rescue Problem Skin also caught my eye

The one product I know I like (I had a sample at the end of last year) and want to purchase is the Origins Clear Improvement Active Charcoal Mask to Clear Pores

Oh, how I wish Sephora was close to where I live!!  Or there was a Origins counter inside Dillards/Macys... I also wish Raisin Rack (local organic/health food store) would get the Argan Oil in again - I'm pretty much out of it and I really like it.

As for makeup and dealing with dark undereye circles, I'm thinking about the Smashbox Photo Finish Hydrating Under Eye Primer
I saw Leesha of XSparkage highly recommend it (click here for her video), and I'm always trying to find products to work to help concealer look smooth and last for a long time under my eyes.  ~I may or may not be strongly considering the airbrush machine she reviewed as well~

Have you used any of these products?  Any other recommendations?  Am I missing an essential product to help?

**nothing purchased...yet
**my opinions are my own
**not sponsored/affiliated

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