Friday, August 3, 2012
My current daily use beauty product list:
Absolutely cannot live without: jane iredale pressed mineral powder. “SPF 30”in Satin.1 in the wings, 1 for home, 1 for purse at all times.
earthscience herbal tonic mist –when I’m feeling dry and itchy, I love to spray the moisturizing and toning mist all over – especially before bed when I just want a little moisturizer.
john masters organics sea mist – sea salt spray with lavender. USDA organic and a great way to get beachy wave hair without going to the beach, plus it smells like heaven
DeVita – Perfecting Time Age Defying Moisturizer – vegan and good for summer
The Body Shop Tea Tree Blemish Night Lotion – don’t know why I need it at 52, but I do. Works great at keeping those late-in-life blemishes under control, lasts for ever.
Four nail polishes (I polish my own nails and love the accent nail trend):
· Lancome “The Perfect Pink” – All time favorite for finger tips and toes
· Sally Hansen Crackle Overcoat – Antiqued Gold
· Revlon Top Speed “Peachy” although a bit too neon for me.
· Nicole by OPI “Disco Dolls”
Aveda Stress Fix Concentrate – Stress Relieving Aroma therapy. I like it. Smells good.
The Body Shop – Bronzing Powder in 02 (fair matte) great for all over bronzer and contouring
Free UC Davis Health Mammography nail file – Have you had your mammogram this year?
Loreal Colour Riche Lip Balm – SPF 15 in 3 colors Caring Coral, Heavenly Berry, Tender Mauve ( I have 2 of each color!)
Traumeel, a homeopathic anti-inflamitory-analgesic.1 tab under the tongue, great for aches & pains.
Band-AID – cool Cynthia Rowley designer bandaids. Sequins, gold chains, black lace. Keep them away from the children…I would have forgotten about them but when I was taking photo Honey scratched me (not on purpose).
Cream color hand crocheted hoop earrings with tiger eye and amethyst stones bought in SF from street vendor near Ghirardelli square.
Ombre Rose scarf from dear friend Judy, a gift from her trip to Prague where she found she didn’t need all the things she thought she couldn’t live without.