Sunday Riley Skincare
Recently, people have been commenting on my skin. The Silver Lining is that people (including the HOTY) have been saying very kind things (albeit a quite surprised tone) like: “What are you dooooooing?” or “I’ve never seen your skin look like this!” This surprise may be related to the fact that after finishing treatment, I developed an unsavory propensity for perioral dermatitis outbreaks, leaving me looking like I had a red, zitty goat-tee. Seriously. And seriously gross.
Anyhoo, in the last month I have been using a product line called Sunday Riley. When it comes to facial products, I’m not exactly well-versed in product lines, much less products themselves. A couple of friends (who have gorgeous skin!) recommended this product line and for the first time, I can really see a difference.
The Sunday Riley company believes that ideal makeup and skincare formulas are a perfect union between pure, potent botanicals and advanced chemistry. Great philosophy, right? They use Green Technology and advanced biochemistry combined with pure, potent botanicals to produce high performance and high quality products.
What I have found is that the blend of botanicals provide intense cellular detoxification, healing, and regeneration while fighting the inflammation that causes premature aging. Even Excitedly Eight says (on a daily basis): “Momma, your skin is glowing.” Ahhh…from the mouth of babes!
Apparently, the brand has become a runaway hit on the runways of big names such as Jason Wu, Stella McCartney (who is as ethically minded as they come!), Victoria Beckham and more—not to mention being the official skincare sponsor of the New York City Ballet.
Now, I have to tell you that the products are expensive. Ugh.However, I feel like investing in good, clean products on my skin is a good use of $$$.
My five favorite products are:
- Ceramic Slip Cleanser
- Good Genes
- Start Over Eye Cream
- Bionic Anti-aging Cream
- Juno Facial Oil
PS – I share my love of products out of love, not because I am endorsed for any word! Just sayin’…