Moisturizer from 2018? It’s time to clear out the clutter and start fresh. Here’s how...
Even with the best intentions to streamline your life, we’re betting you have a vanity, medicine cabinet, makeup bag, travel case, bedside table, or kitchen drawer somewhere overrun with half-used tubes of lip balm and expired face cream. It happens quickly and often unassumingly, and is usually tinged with a bit of regret.
But it doesn’t have to. With the right tools and guidance, cosmetic clutter need never become a reality if you just follow this practical rule of thumb: Buy less but better. (That’s called conscious—and conscientious—consumption.)
Of course before you do that, taking stock of current “stuff”, downsizing and organizing are par the course. Don’t think of spring cleaning as a chore, though, so much as an opportunity to practice some enlightened editing, a fun exercise in becoming the minimalist of your dreams. That’s the magic of tidying up! Won’t you give it a try? Watch this video if you need more convincing. Our founder Cassandra Grey and I will show you the way...
There are few iconic face creams (Crème de la Mer, Embryolisse Lait Crème Concentré, Sisley-Paris All Day All Year) that endure the test of time. This is one of them. Its proprietary TFC8 Complex stimulates stem cell repair so skin acts (and maybe even looks) like it did in your ʼ20s. I love this cream for so many reasons, but the fact that it has evened out my skin tone, reduced pigmentation, and softened forehead lines is the clincher.
It is true that a little of this all-natural soufflé goes a long way, but personally, I blow through it like water. Not because I need to, but because I’m addicted to massaging it all over my body every chance I get—in the morning, post-shower, before bed. I alternate between this and the Body Oil, and that combination has really helped smooth the unsightly skin on my hips, thighs, and bum.