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On My Vanity: Excess Dermalogica // Dermalogica Phyto Replenish Oil // Dermalogica Stress Positive Eye Lift // Dermalogica Hydrablur Primer // New Beauty Essentials Makeup and Skincare // Los Angeles Fashion Blogger Daphne Blunt: To Style, With Love

On My Vanity: Excess Dermalogica // Dermalogica Phyto Replenish Oil // Dermalogica Stress Positive Eye Lift // Dermalogica Hydrablur Primer // New Beauty Essentials Makeup and Skincare // Los Angeles Fashion Blogger Daphne Blunt: To Style, With LoveOh where to start, where to start in this post today. Which new product by Dermalogica do I want to dive into first, okay let’s just do it let’s jump in with both feet! I love dermalogica skin care products because they’re fantastic for my skin type. I always love to try out new things anytime, anyday I am thrilled to see the new IT products of the moment. So why don’t we go ahead and start with the priming sequence that will change your makeup base for the better…I mean BEST! Dermalogica’s Phyto Replenish Oil is already an essential light oil treatment meant to absorb in order to reinforce your skin’s protective barrier and keep your skin from aging therefor looking fresh as a little baby’s bum. You can obviously wear it alone as an oil treatment but my preferred method of use with phyto oil is to mix it in with Dermalogica’s esteemed hydrablur primer. By wearing the oil mixed into the primer you are giving yourself a seeming “glow from within” you know that glow that all the supermodels seem to have just sort of naturally well perhaps we are gaining tricks on to their secrets. The hydrablur primer already smoothes and essentially blurs the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, reduces pore size, mattifies skin’s appearance, you name it and it also contains extracts meant to enhance your skin’s natural radiance! So when blended with the phyto oil you get that dewy glow look you’ve dreamed of something like that of a Grecian nymph (fun fact, in Greek mythology Daphne was a nymph). Not to sound overly excited but even just writing out my thoughts and all the benefits of this new priming system I couldn’t help but get a little giddy. I mean read that back and tell me that you’re not overly excited too!

On My Vanity: Excess Dermalogica // Dermalogica Phyto Replenish Oil // Dermalogica Stress Positive Eye Lift // Dermalogica Hydrablur Primer // New Beauty Essentials Makeup and Skincare // Los Angeles Fashion Blogger Daphne Blunt: To Style, With Love

On My Vanity: Excess Dermalogica // Dermalogica Phyto Replenish Oil // Dermalogica Stress Positive Eye Lift // Dermalogica Hydrablur Primer // New Beauty Essentials Makeup and Skincare // Los Angeles Fashion Blogger Daphne Blunt: To Style, With LoveNow you may remember this post is called excess Dermalogica so no, we are not done there! But first I would like to take a moment to talk about how cute my little Dermalogica personalized mirror is……a moment of silence for all things monogrammed….okay, thank you. If you’re anything like me when something has your name on it in a cute little way it makes the experience all the more worthwhile, so thank you for indulging me for a moment. The second product I’ve been using lately from Dermalogica is their new Stress Positive eyelift. While I am very young, I do consider myself quite the stressed-out entity. It’s not even particularly that my life is rather stressful but more, as I like to call it, that I am “stress-prone” which is a fun way of saying that I’m a worrier. Having a quality like this and my mother teaching me from a very very little age that it is never too early to start taking good care of your skin, I am all for tending to my eye region before it becomes too late. I also, shock here, am not the best sleeper you might say I am a bit of an insomniac but these days who isn’t? I know for a fact that I’m not the only insomniac in my circle of friends at this moment in time, as one of my closest friends has been suffering from it for quite a while now. She’s tried almost everything except for cannabis products, and has recently checked out this san diego dispensary to see if this route can provide her with some comfort instead. It hasn’t been long but she already seems to be noticing a positive difference, so fingers crossed her eye region starts to look better soon. If it doesn’t and you have a particularly rough night, the de-puffing factor of the stress positive eye lift is an absolute MUST, especially with school starting back up for me in the fall this is going to be essential to my college survival. The stress positive eye lift helps to firm skin to generate a lifting effect, de-puffs, brightens the appearance of bright circles and I can honestly say that you can see an immediate difference while massaging the eye area with the applicator. Products like this are a dime a dozen, many claim to have these benefits but rarely can they actually follow through like this one. Additionally, I know that some of my friends have found that overnight eye serums have worked really well for them. Perhaps some readers will want to try both methods to see which one is most beneficial for the under eye. For my friend’s eye cream, it is shown at Renee Rouleau if anyone wanted to try it. See how you get on! It’s never too early to take care of your eyes.

On My Vanity: Excess Dermalogica // Dermalogica Phyto Replenish Oil // Dermalogica Stress Positive Eye Lift // Dermalogica Hydrablur Primer // New Beauty Essentials Makeup and Skincare // Los Angeles Fashion Blogger Daphne Blunt: To Style, With Love

On My Vanity: Excess Dermalogica // Dermalogica Phyto Replenish Oil // Dermalogica Stress Positive Eye Lift // Dermalogica Hydrablur Primer // New Beauty Essentials Makeup and Skincare // Los Angeles Fashion Blogger Daphne Blunt: To Style, With Love

Hydrablur Primer Phyto Replenish Oil Stress Positive Eye Lift

This post was in cooperation with Dermalogica

xx Daphne

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