Products that (Really!) Work

19 Nov

There are beauty products that I love and others that I’m merely attracted to, whether it be for packaging, how good it looked on someone else, or its actual efficacy. Sometimes it’s a combo deal. And sometimes I will myself into using a product simply because of the money I spent on it. You get it.

All that said, when a product actually works and does everything it promises, I want to scream about it from the rooftops. But since my building’s roof has been deemed permanently off limits, a shout out on social media will have to suffice.

Without any further babble, here are a few products I fully recommend…

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Baby Foot

If you do a lot of walking or hiking (or just have jacked up feet!), you will thank me for this one. I first heard about Baby Foot when I was getting a pedicure and the nail tech asked if I wanted callous remover. When I replied I didn’t, because it never worked, she laughed and shook her head in agreement. Then she casually mentioned this product her client used once that truly resurfaced the soles of her feet.

Baby Foot might be the simplest, most effective beauty treatment you’ll ever give yourself. All you do is wear these formula-filled booties for an hour. I put socks over them for a tighter fit. One episode of Nashville later, I was done. Fast forward exactly five days and my feet are peeling off excess layers. Sorry if this sounds gross (I can hear my sister cringing), but I found it fascinating. A few days later and my soles were renewed.

Baby Foot is all-natural, made with 17 kinds of natural extracts, and said to be effective on Athlete’s Foot, blood circulation and odor issues, too. Learn more or pick up an envelope at Babyfootusa.com.

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 Lift Kits

I heard about Lift Kits from a stylist I know. She gives them to her male clients who need an extra boost next to taller counterparts in films or on the red carpet. Or really anywhere I guess. At first I thought the idea of “lifts” was funny, but apparently it’s really a thing in Hollywood.

I had a friend of mine pop a pair into his shoes and he went from saying they were stupid to, “I’m a brand new man up here!”

They also make smaller lifts for women, and ones that give you a little booty lift. Ladies who hate lunges: this could be your answer.

Check ’em out at myliftkits.com.

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Embryolisse Embryoderme

Love love love this this rich vitamin-packed moisturizer to revitalize my complexion quickly. When my skin feels tight or looks dull, I swap out my morning lotion for the Embryoderme cream by Embryolisse. Within minutes my skin wakes up and all signs of irritation are history.

Enriched with collagen, Shea butter, elastin, and Vitamins A, E & F, this cream absorbs quickly and keeps skin hydrated in even dry winter weather. I know makeup artists swear by the brand’s Radiant Eye stickand it’s great, too – but I find myself relying on the Embryoderme much more in the cold months.

Try it out this season at embryolisseusa.com.

 

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Hourglass Archbrow Sculpting Pencil

Think all eyebrow pencils are the same? Wrong. They vary in quality and wearability as much as regular eyeliners do. As someone with thinner brows, I’ve tried everything from powders to pencils to waxes. Hands down, the triangular-shaped Archbrow Sculpting Pencil by Hourglass is my favorite.

It combines powder, pencil and wax in one product – and is available in 9 different shades (9!) to create naturally fuller looking brows. The buildable formula lets you opt for a bold and intense, or soft and natural look that stays put all day. It’s also double-ended so you can brush your brows into place once you’re done filling them in.

Find your perfect brow shade at hourglasscosmetics.com.

That’s all folks! Until next time.

Oh, and if you try one of these fab 4, tell me what you think!

xo

 

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