Don’t you feel that the holiday season is so crazy and stressful? Doesn’t this stress affect your attitude, sometimes food intake and most of all, your skin? My elves have given me a gift bag of three great products that will help to ease the stress on your skin.
These spectacular products are:
Sarah McNamara’s Miracle Skin Transformer Treat and Conceal, it retails for $36.00. Just a dab of this little miracle cover cream will keep any dark circles from showing, it hides blemishes and has great skin benefits. Check out my review: http://iamthemakeupjunkie.blogspot.com/2012/08/miracle-skin-transformer-treat-and.html. It is available at SEPHORA, Bergdoorf Goodman, www.sephora.com, www.nordstrom.com and www.miracleskinstransformer.com.
Intensive Spot Treatment by Santalia (https://www.facebook.com/santaliaskin?ref=ts&fref=ts) is from a new Australian skincare line launching in the US. The line is based on using Sandlewood to control acne. Sandlewood is a natural anti-bacterial agent. The Intensive Spot Treatment by Santalia is a powerful booster that neutralizes newly forming breakouts before they emerge. The clear, quick drying gel calms inflamed skin, while controlling bacteria. Natural, unisex aroma of sandalwood. Available for pre-order online via www.santaliashop.com It retails for $25.00.
The Lavender Toner from emerginC will really make you feel relaxed after a hard day of shopping, in the mall and online! A gentle, soothing toner suitable for all skin types, especially ideal for sensitive skin. The mild ingredients, including lavender, work to soothe and calm skin while it restores pH levels, preventing loss of moisture and excessive growth of bacteria. Available at leading spas nationwide and online via www.emerginc.com. It is retails for $28.00
I hope you like these products. All of them combined total equal in retail to $89.00 Below you will see in the widget the ways in which you have to enter. All entrants must be 18 years of age and live in the United States. This contest will run from December 4, 2012 until December 15, 2012.