Hi, beauty enthusiasts! Continuing our “In The Limelight” series (which features a new or worthy beauty product that deserves to be spotlighted) this week’s Beauty Limelight feature is Naturopathica’s Aloe Replenishment Gel. So, these days I’m all about pampering my skin and keeping the city “funk” from taking its toll on my complexion (hey, one million+ people in the Dallas area and counting…that’s a lot of smog) not to mention all the other harmful elements (I loath you, UV rays). I’m definitely religious about all the usual suspects: washing my face in the AM and PM, using good moisturizers consistently, slathering on the SPF, etc. My newest skin indulgence? Replenishing masks. (Hey, I figure my skin needs all the nourishment it can get. No city funk for me, thanks.) Enter, Naturopathica Aloe Replenishment Gel.
The beauty 411: Naturopathica’s Aloe Replenishment Gel ($48) is all about the R&R (repair and rejuvenation) and can help relieve rosacea (or redness), soothe a sunburn, and reduce hormonal inflammation (let’s face it…most of us gals can all use some assistance with this one every month) – all while keeping your skin ultra hydrated. And this soothing replenisher can be used as a mask or a leave-on topical moisturizer (man, I love it when my products are multi-faceted).
Why you’ll love it: In short, this multiple-wonder gel soothes redness, plumps the skin, and increased hydration. Its key ingredients include Aloe Vera (inflammation fighter), Hyaluronic Acid (skin plumper), and Prickly Pear Cactus Stem Extract (skin hydrator). Ok, I know that last one sounds like a frou-frou cocktail but per my inquest Pear Extract is rich in vitamins, antioxidants, essential amino acids, and water-binding compounds (which is the magic behind this gel’s hydrating factor).
So whether you’re wanting to calm your complexion, fight off city “funk,” or give your skin a big dose of hydration, this replenishing gel is a skin indulgence you might just add to your habitual beauty regimen. Happy replenishing, beauty enthusiasts…
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