Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Sweet Cheeks: Call Me A Beauty Counter Convert



After months of piqued interested, I reached out to a local Beauty Counter representative and asked to  sample some of their products.  Luckily, they started shipping to Canada about 8 weeks ago and their makeup line will be available here starting this month.

I've been especially interested in trying their face wash, but wasn't sure which one was for me.  I have mentioned before how hard it has been to find a replacement for Cetaphil that is more natural.  After a few weeks of using their Nourishing Cream Cleanser, I can confidently say I'm a convert.  I love that it is gentle enough to double as a eye makeup remover and also makes my skin feel cleansed but not tight.  

In preparation for having a newborn, I've been thinking a lot about the beauty products I use.  Especially when they are so little and you have so much skin-to-skin contact, I like to be mindful of what I am putting on my skin as it will be shared.  I feel great about these products! Void of harmful chemicals; they are made with stringent standards (more here).

Coincidently,  they recent came out with a line of baby products too.  I was able to sample the baby balm and am hooked.  This stuff is gold! 

James Robert has suffered with eczema since he was a baby.  His cheeks are an area that tend to especially suffer; they get ruddy and chapped easily even in warmer weather.  Many doctors have recommended aquaphor, which is a useful product, but not at all natural.  The baby balm from Beauty counter cleared up his chapped cheeks in just two applications.  It easily massages into the skin and doesn't leave a residue or stickiness.  After trying literally dozens of products, I can say this one has worked the best for us by far. 

This is in no way a sponsored post, and after sampling I eagerly purchased both of these on my own. but These two products were too good not to share!

 P.S.  Here are some of my other green beauty favorites.  Or click on the wellness tab above for more!

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Katie Elizabeth said...

I've been dying to try Beauty Counter products - I didn't know that they would send you sample products! SO glad to hear you're loving them. The baby balm sounds amazing!

Gina Salberg said...

Interesting! I have never used Beauty Counter. Good to know :)

Tristan said...

Hi Everybody! I'm Tristan - Megan's Consultant. If you would like to connect - please visit my website and we can meet!
http://www.beautycounter.com/en-ca/tristanmckenzie-leung

Lindsay // Vineyard Loveknots said...

The cream cleanser is one of my favs and I especially love the oil from the baby line for after bath! I am completely hooked on the products for me and now Alexa. I am a consultant but do way more buying for myself than selling, ha.

Brandy said...

In the event that you are economical yet at the same time need to look extraordinary, there are approaches to extend your beauty budget. By utilizing these tips, you could spare several dollars on hair care, make up and other excellence items and still look chic.

Larry R. Barlow said...

Is it accurate to say that you are tired of being called plump cheeks and tired of individuals squeezing your cheeks at whatever point they see you? You have a justifiable reason motivation to feel reluctant about this - just little children look great with fat cheeks.

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