Glowing skin from the inside out

Yup, the month of March is upon us. Soon we'll be "springing ahead" our clocks and dusting off our floral dresses and linen suits in preparation for teas and Spring brunches. Before you start baring all that skin, however, you wanna make sure that you are scrubbed, polished and primed. So here is a list of my fave items to get your skin glowing in time for your Spring flings!

*All products have been provided for review. Thoughts and opinions are my own* 

mē chic, ($199.00,  mepower.com, Bed, Bath & Beyond and Costco) 

Small and lightweight, the chic is convenient to use both at home and away to treat targeted areas in just minutes. Perfect for smaller, contoured areas like the bikini, underarm and face, yet as effective on larger areas like legs. Powerful but safe, the chic is the only FDA-cleared technology for permanent results on all skin tones and is clinically proven to be effective on the widest range of hair colors, even on blond, dark blond and red hair. Used in the privacy of your own home, unwanted hair becomes nothing but a memory.

Clinique Sonic System Purifying Cleansing Brush ($89.50, Clinique counters nationwide or Clinique.com

 

Innovative sonic facial cleansing brush that works with your cleanser to create your greatest skin ever. Dermatologist-developed and Swiss-engineered, the sonic movement offers deep yet gentle cleansing. Angled tip targets T-Zone and other hard to reach areas, it gently lifts the makeup, dirt and oil hand washing may miss.

First Aid Beauty Cleansing Body Polish with Active Charcoal ($28, Ulta)

 

Polish to perfection with FAB’s Cleansing Body Polish with Active Charcoal, a multi-tasking treatment that cleanses, exfoliates and smoothes to banish bumps and reduce flakey skin. The clay-based paste turns into a lightly foaming scrub when blended with water to thoroughly cleanse and detoxify, while restoring and softening skin. The ideal prep step for flawless self-tanner application, Gentle Cleansing Polish is formulated with a duo of chemical and physical exfoliators. The gentle, yet effective treatment buffs away dry skin and dramatically refines skin texture, including bumpy patches caused by keratosis pilaris. Infused with nourishing vitamins and antioxidants, Cleansing Body Polish provides the ultimate in-shower skin makeover.

BECCA Aqua Luminous Perfecting Foundation, ($44, Sephora)

Infused with high concentrations of water, hyaluronic acid and nourishing minerals, this luxuriously fluid formula offers intense hydration and a truly weightless feel. The foundation incorporates the BECCA Pearls to further blur imperfections and create a soft-focus luminosity. A carefully curated range of eight flexible shades provide light, buildable coverage for a healthy, natural glow.

Elizabeth Arden LIMITED EDITION Sunset Bronze Prismatic Highlighter($28.50, Elizabeth Arden counters nationwide or on ElizabethArden.com)

 

 

This creamy, luminous stick highlighter glides effortlessly onto the skin to illuminate cheeks and brow bones. When applied, ultrafine light-reflecting pearls create a multidimensional effect. Added skin-hydrating ingredients like Aloe Vera, Zinc PCA and Vitamin E condition the skin, while ultrafine powders and spherical micro powders ensure a smooth, silky product application.

Elizabeth Arden LIMITED EDITION Sunset Bronze Prismatic Bronzing Powder ($40, Elizabeth Arden counters nationwide or on ElizabethArden.com)

This silky bronzing powder, diffused with golden shimmer, imparts skin with a reflective, sun-kissed glow. The compact houses a prismatic combination of bronzing and highlighting shades formulated with skin-perfecting ingredients to help minimize the look of fine lines and wrinkles. It comes complete with a half-moon brush for easy on-the-go application.

Well my loves, I hope this list gives you some motivation to get your skin highlighted and glowing in preparation for warmer temperatures. You know I'm a Florida girl, so I'm already in the scrubbing and priming process, ready to fly home and get some beach time!




Dionne Dean