7 BEAUTY PRODUCTS THAT REALLY WORK

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Finding great beauty products that really work

You’re not going to like me today, because I’m posting about a few of these products that are expensive but so worth it.  I wouldn’t be recommending these seven beauty products that really work if I didn’t love them.

I will try to post about more affordable products in my future beauty review posts.  So I apologize to you and your bank accounts and husbands.  I think we can all agree that sometimes you need some products that do the job and require less effort and time.

Let’s dig into these seven beauty products that really work

  1.  Honest Beauty Mascara ($15) This mascara has been fantastic, a friend of mine recommended it to me and I used to spend at least 25 to 30 dollars on mascara and did not like any of the drugstore products.  Then after talking to my friend about what she uses, she told me to get a tube of the Honest company mascara, and I was off to Target.  It is a 2 in 1 primer and mascara that works together for length, volume, and definition.  Another perk is its MADE WITHOUT Parabens, Paraffin’s, Silicones, Sodium Lauryl Sulfates, Petrolatum, Mineral Oil or Synthetic Fragrances. 7 Beauty products that really work, millennial mom, beauty tips for mothers, tips for finding quality beauty products #mombeautytips #products #millennial mom #skincare #hairproducts #naturaldeodorant
  2. Glow Recipe Watermelon Moisturizer ($21) A lightweight oil-free moisturizer for morning and night.  I think after one use It changed my life.  I noticed my face looked like it was a baby’s face.  My pores were almost non-existent; my skin tone was even. I mixed it with my foundation, and I looked like I had airbrush makeup on. 7 Beauty products that really work, millennial mom, beauty tips for mothers, tips for finding quality beauty products #mombeautytips #products #millennial mom #skincare #hairproducts #naturaldeodorant
  3. Native Deodorant ($12) you can get this at Target.  I have tried deodorants with antiperspirants, and I can’t use them because I had a scary experience a few years ago.  I had my sweat glands blocked from using an antiperspirant.  It was so painful that a lump appeared and I went to get a biopsy on it, and the lump drained from the puncture.  Thank God that’s what it was but ever since then I only use a natural deodorant, and I highly recommend Native brand and Its the only brand I found that helps with sweating and odor.  I use the coconut and vanilla scent, and it’s glorious!7 Beauty products that really work, millennial mom, beauty tips for mothers, tips for finding quality beauty products #mombeautytips #products #millennial mom #skincare #hairproducts #naturaldeodorant
  4.  Kristen Ess Conditioner ($10) This sulfate-free conditioner is at Target.  Great for daily use, and it won’t cause build up.  My daughter and I both have curly hair and a lot of it.  I noticed our hair is smooth and manageable after one use.  This conditioner is a great buy and works better than the $50 bottle of salon conditioner.  7 Beauty products that really work, millennial mom, beauty tips for mothers, tips for finding quality beauty products #mombeautytips #products #millennial mom #skincare #hairproducts #naturaldeodorantNeed some encouragement? So head over to my post about taking time out for you
  5. Oribe Gold Lust Dry Shampoo ($43) It must be magic, Instantly clean. Extend your blowout and prevent damage with this transformative dry shampoo. Absorbs product buildup, oil, and impurities with translucent powders while soothing the scalp and restoring strength and softness. It smells out of this world; I can’t even describe it to you if I tried.  PRO TIP SECRET: Spray this on your beautiful blow-dried hair, wondering why would you do that?  Because it will extend your blow out for days!  7 Beauty products that really work, millennial mom, beauty tips for mothers, tips for finding quality beauty products #mombeautytips #products #millennial mom #skincare #hairproducts #naturaldeodorant
  6. St. Clare Alcohol-Free Witch Hazel ($15) You will smell like roses and who doesn’t like the scent of rose petals.  I use it as a toner, acts as an all-in-one cleanser, toner & moisturizer and because its suitable for all skin types that makes it a win. 100% natural, all of the ingredients are organic and free of parabens and propylene glycol and includes organic Aloe Vera.7 Beauty products that really work, millennial mom, beauty tips for mothers, tips for finding quality beauty products #mombeautytips #products #millennial mom #skincare #hairproducts #naturaldeodorant
  7. IT Cosmetics Vitality Lip Flush($24) Here is another recommendation by a dear friend.  She had the perfect shade of lip gloss on, beautiful pink lips. Drenches your lips in hydrating butter and oils working together to treat, condition, and nourish lips, minimizing the appearance of lip lines, making your lips look younger instead of older! The best part, this hydrating gloss is infused with a stain for a gorgeous all-day flush of color that lasts! 7 Beauty products that really work, millennial mom, beauty tips for mothers, tips for finding quality beauty products #mombeautytips #products #millennial mom #skincare #hairproducts #naturaldeodorant

A conclusion to these seven beauty products that really work

We want to look our best and feel our best.  As I get older, I realize I prefer quality over quantity.  I would rather have good quality products than something that takes more time and effort to use, or products that I have to keep returning because they suck.

You can have the same experiences that I did with these seven beauty products that really do work.  I hope this post has helped you get some ideas for products that you want to replace or products you are looking to purchase.

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  1. Grace
    March 12, 2019 at 3:56 am

    Ooo thanks for the beauty tips. I’m in need of new mascara and will totally check out honest! And when I run out of dry shampoo I’m going to try oribe!!

    • jennmcphie
      March 12, 2019 at 3:58 am

      Your welcome!! You will love both of them!

  2. Kimo Walz
    March 12, 2019 at 5:40 pm

    Even though I don’t wear makeup (at least most of the time), I love your blog. Big Fan!

    • jennmcphie
      March 12, 2019 at 10:19 pm

      Haha! Thank you Kimo!

  3. Jay
    March 13, 2019 at 9:36 pm

    I have been looking for a good moisturizer for very long time. I am definitely trying out the Glow Recipe Watermelon Moisturizer. PS I love watermelons! Thanks!

    • jennmcphie
      March 13, 2019 at 10:35 pm

      Yay! Your going to love it!

  4. Chloe
    March 13, 2019 at 11:03 pm

    I am always looking for dry shampoo. I currently use batiste but have been becoming underwhelmed. I want to try this one, but it’s a bit pricey. Have you tried batiste before?

    • jennmcphie
      March 13, 2019 at 11:51 pm

      No I haven’t used that brand before, I can usually make the oribe last four to five months. I should check out batiste!

  5. Amazinglife09
    March 14, 2019 at 2:00 am

    Interesting beauty products. I was looking for good moisturizer & mascara. I think Watermelon moisturizer will be good for my skin. Will try mascara and watermelon moisturizer .

  6. Jenna
    March 14, 2019 at 2:24 am

    I have only used dry shampoo on old hair and had never thought about trying it on freshly dried hair. I’ll have to give it a try tomorrow! Thanks for the tip!

  7. Jenna
    March 14, 2019 at 5:59 am

    I want all the things. I’m not kidding. But especially the witch hazel and cream. I need them in my life. Thanks for the recommendations. Two thumbs up!

  8. Jen @ Jenron Designs
    March 14, 2019 at 12:28 pm

    I do like the IT cosmetics and witch hazel but I got to say the Oribe did not float my boat at all, but it could just be my hair type, since I have very fine hair.,all in all great list!

  9. A girl and her Asperger
    March 14, 2019 at 5:55 pm

    I don’t wear makeup except on particular occasions but I always love good articles about beauty products and is a very good one.

  10. Jennie
    March 15, 2019 at 2:25 am

    I never thought of using witch hazel as a toner. May have to check that out.

  11. Sandra
    March 17, 2019 at 7:57 pm

    Yes!! Thank you very much for a great selection and also very affordable! Sometimes it feels like you have to spend a fortune to get some quality stuff.

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