Welcome back everyone! Mac first introduced me to Mario Badescu by way of this drying lotion, and I’m so happy she did. For a pretty reasonable price, you get really great quality products. While I have by no means tried their whole product lineup, I’ve loved every one that I purchased so far.
Drying Lotion. Acne spots are not my biggest skincare problem, but they are unbelievably frustrating whenever they do pop up. This stuff goes on at night, and by the next morning the problem areas are visibly reduced. If that isn’t pure magic, I don’t know what is.
Vitamin C Serum. The other product that Mac encouraged me to try was this serum to reduce signs of aging (which is hilarious, because she doesn’t age AT ALL). Vitamin C was one of the ingredients I was aggressively searching for in skincare last year. Bright, smooth skin? Twist my arm.
Botanical Exfoliating Scrub. There are few things I love the same way as I love a good exfoliator. The challenge can sometimes lie in finding one that effectively scrubs off the dead skin cells without seriously irritating my dry skin. The day after I used this for the first time, I already could tell that my face was looking smoother and more radiant. At only $26, this one is perfect for using once or twice a week without breaking the bank.
Neck Cream. I mentioned in my last skincare post that I had my eye open for a new neck cream. At that point I had actually forgotten that I had ordered this one from Ulta, so I’ve been trying this one out for a little over one week. I haven’t noticed significant changes in my neck lines yet, but it is really great for moisturizing, and my décolletage seems to be getting firmer already.
Chamomile Night Cream. A silly thing that I wish I was better at is drinking tea at night. It seems like such a great idea to calm myself down before bed, but I honestly just never think about it. Luckily, skincare is something I do think about every night. The calming smell of the chamomile is a really great relaxer for me, and I love using this after the exfoliating scrub, and any time my skin is red and blotchy I reach for it as well. (Mario Badescu does make a few different types of night creams though, depending on what your skin type and interests are!)
Do any of you use Mario Badescu already? Let me know your experience with the brand in the comment section! Hope you have a great weekend!