Friday, November 19, 2010

A Few of My Favorites Friday


I'm going to start discussing some of my favorite products on Fridays. Some will be new things I have found, others things I have been using for years and can't get enough of!

I have been a loyal Kiehls supporter for years. I love everything from hair products, lotions, dog shampoo, men's products (for my husband of course) and I love their facial products. I have switched back and forth a few times with products as my skin (and sadly age) changes. I recently switched to a new line of products called Rare Earth. Every product in this line is amazing! The product uses Amazonian White Clay and Diatomaceous Earth particles (I totally copy and pasted that from their site so please don't ask me what it is). All I know is this stuff makes my face feel so good and I have noticed a difference in pore size and all around break-outs.

Here is the full line



I use the daily cleanser and lotion twice a day. I have used the mask a few times, but have not tried the toner. Sometimes toners scare me because my skin is a bit dry but I'm sure theirs is great!

I suggest if you want to switch to Kiehls or even try some products, find a Kiehls counter in your area (Saks in Raleigh is great and ask for Christine!) and work with one person. The Kiehls employees are very well trained and really care about their customers. They give many samples with each purchase and the more they get to know you the better your samples get!

So try it out....if you are a bit scared and like to stick to your current lotions and potions, start off with the Creme de Corps, best lotion on the planet. You won't be disappointed!


Happy Weekend!!

1 Comments:

Blogger keely @ luxe + lillies said...

I LLOOVVVEEE Kiehls - its a frequent gift I receive on special occasions because its my nickname too [keels], hehe! Thanks so much for stopping by my blog, reading your comment was so nice! I'm so excited your shop will carry brook + lyn - they are gorgeous pieces!

November 21, 2010 at 10:30 PM  

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