Farmacy Take On Firmer Skin






Traveling and sleeping seem like opposites attract. You're catching a flight from Point A to Point B and sometimes sleep is the last thing on your mind. When it comes to your skin keeping it healthier is key. Farmacy has 3 incredible products that will help you rediscover what your skin needs. The first product I will discuss helps soothe your skin while you sleep. The Sleep Tight Firming Night Balm is a renewing, lightweight balm that retains the skin natural moisture. It comes with Echinacea GreenEnvy, which contains the highest known concentration of cichoric acid, which helps give the skin a more youthful look. 

Next is the Invincible Root Cell Anti-Aging Serum (top right), that hydrates and maintains a more even complexion. It also contains Echinacea GreenEnvy, which protects the skin and helps reproduce the collagen that breaks down. At last, you have the Skin Dew Hydrating Essence Mist & Setting Spray moisturizes the skin while protecting it and soothing it from the sun. I love that it has a blend of oils- Peppermint, Rosemary, Bergamot- all in this bottle. It's hard to find a 3-step system that works while you sleep, but Farmacy skincare achieves just that. All three products are cruelty-free and contain natural ingredients. It's available at Sephora and can be used separately. Your skin will never look firmer and wrinkle-free thanks to Farmacy. 


Just Arrived
The new Perennial Picks Skincare Discovery Kit
I will be discussing more about this later in the week!
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2 comments

  1. The night balm sounds really good for the summer time and wake up with firmer, hydrated skin that's not heavy feeling!

    Ursula

    www.blueridgebeautyblogger.com

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    1. I agree, it seems like a great investment to have for your skin!

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