Immortelle Oil Makeup Remover | Immortelle Essential Water | Peony Perfecting Serum | Peony Perfecting Cream | Immortelle Divine Eyes | Chapstick
*You can buy the Immortelle Oil Makeup Remover, Peony Perfecting Serum & Peony Perfecting Cream as a set here.*
Living in the desert means year-round dry weather, but as the weather becomes more brisk it really takes a toll on my skin. Each year around September I really start to focus on prepping my skin for the cold/dry months to come. Keeping my skin extra hydrated is my goal because I already have dry skin to begin with. Today I am going to dive in to my Summer to Fall skincare transition with you!
STEP 1: My favorite time of day is easily when I get to take off my makeup for the day. I love using the Immortelle Oil Makeup Remover to clear my face because it takes off my makeup without having to scrub too hard (especially on my eyelashes). I really hate feeling like I am scrubbing my eyelashes off when I’m taking off my makeup… it is awful! Because this is an oil, it also helps to keep my face even more moisturized. #SCORE!
STEP 2: Next, I use the Immortelle Essential Water to get any remaining makeup off my face and to quench that extra thirst! This step is *essential* (get it;) for keeping my skin hydrated. In the mornings I skip Step 1 and immediately go to this step to freshen up my face for the day!
STEP 3: This is probably my favorite step. I LOVE the Peony Perfecting Serum. After using it my skin feels soft and velvety. Plus, anything peony and I’m sold ;)
STEP 4: Finding a good moisturizing cream can be a little difficult. I struggled for a long time trying to find one that was thick enough to keep my skin moisturized, but also not greasy and heavy (if that makes any sense). The Peony Perfecting Cream is just that… extremely hydrating but weightless at the same time. The smell is amazing, too!
STEP 5: Lastly, I always finish off with chapstick. My lips are alllllwwaaayyysss dry, so using this in the morning, before bed and throughout the day helps to keep them from cracking.
How do you prep your skin for the cooler weather?