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Summer Beauty Favorites

With the intense summer heat and strong rays from the sun, your hair and skin need products that they can rely on. From refreshing lotions and potions, to strengthening your skin and hair through hydrating formulas – I’m sharing all of my favorite summer beauty products for you to see. Take a peak below! I’ve linked each and every product for you to shop directly.

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Spring Beauty Favorites

All of the spring feels have finally hit! The air is so fresh, the flowers and trees are blooming, and the warm weather has arrived. I love the change of seasons and with spring literally right around the corner, it’s time to introduce my favorite spring beauty products! As mentioned in my post about my favorite …

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Winter Beauty Favorites

Each and every season calls for different beauty products. Just like summer has sunscreen and heat protection, winter has an beauty entire routine of its own. With the cold and harsh winter chill, your hair and skin need products that they can rely on. From darker shades of makeup, to strengthening your skin and hair through …

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Holiday Stocking Stuffers: Malie Organics

As Christmas is just around the corner, I want to get my readers prepared for their shopping extravaganzas! Forget the cold and the long, crowded lines – why not make things as easy as lying on a beach in Hawaii? Perhaps actually getting to Hawaii might pose as a challenge, but with the help of online …

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Stemology Skincare Review

Combining the ideas of technology and health,  Stemology Skincare is a groundbreaking brand that uses stem cells in its products. Stemology is the first and only brand to bring together both human and plant stem cell technologies. My favorite part about this brand is not only its intriguing technology, but more importantly its transparency. Everything you …

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Feeling Fresh with Clinique

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There is nothing as refreshing as the cold air of the mountains. During my trip to Utah I snowboarded at some of the biggest resorts in the country – sometimes at an elevation of 11,000 feet above sea level. At higher altitudes your skin’s moisture evaporates faster and your face becomes easily irritated. When you are …

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