Summer Skincare

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Sunburns, bug bites, humidity, allergens, acne – your skin faces many challenges in the summertime. That’s why now is one of the best times to start or amp up your skincare routine, if you haven’t already! Find a few cleansing, moisturizing and protecting skincare products available in the Corridor, below. Trust us: your skin will be noticeably refreshed!

Mary Kay TimeWise Age Minimize Cleanser, Mary Kay – $24

Addison-based Mary Kay makes my favorite skin cleanser! It only takes a tiny drop to cleanse your skin, remove makeup and make your face feel soft and smooth. It works great on my sensitive skin, as it is fragrance-free and non-comedogenic, so it will clean without leaving your face red and puffy afterward.

The Ordinary 100% Organic Cold Pressed Rose Hip Seed Oil, Ulta -$9.80

After you wash your face, add a few drops of oil to your skin to make it glow. This rose hip seed oil is rich in vitamin A, and it has been shown to reduce signs of aging while moisturizer and supporting your skin from outside irritants.

Too Faced Hangover Pillow Cream Ultra-Nourishing Night Cream, Ulta – $42

Hydrate your skin with a nourishing night cream, like this one from Too Faced. It is made with hyaluronic acid, mango seed butter, avocado oil and vitamin B3 to help moisturize and plump skin, make skin look more radiant, make your face softer, condition your skin, and release a calm scent to promote sleep.

Mary Kay Hydrogel Eye Patches, Mary Kay – $40

If you’ve been struggling in the sleep department this summer, we don’t blame you. Help soothe and depuff dark eye circles with these hydrogel eye patches! Each shimmery pink gel patch goes under your eye for approximately 20 minutes. It will work to revive dark circles, cool your under-eye area and instantly refresh your look. Use twice a week for best results.

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