In my second review for Silk Therapeutics, I wanted to focus on power products I use in my skincare beauty routine. I know it seems that every beauty routine has to have you contoured like a reality star and a full face of makeup to go to the grocery store. Don’t get me wrong. I’m not against that at all. What I find interesting is when all the makeup is removed the skin looks terrible. I have said it for years and now say it with me: pretty makeup looks good on pretty skin.
I don’t care how expensive the foundation, tinted moisturizer, concealer, and blush. If your skin looks bad underneath, maybe it’s time to get a better skin routine and ditch a lot of the makeup. Just saying.
With that being said let’s move back to power products. Power products are intense. They contain ingredients to diminish the look of fine lines and aid in the appearance of the skin. Basically, it gives the skin luster or a glow. Even during my hospitalization, I made sure I brought my beauty routine. Yeah, the nurses laughed and commented, but then they started asking questions on the products I brought with me to the hospital.
I am a big believer in using eye cream more and night. I don’t like a heavy eye cream that seems to sit on the skin. Applying to the orbital lobe by not pulling the skin. I like to pat my eye cream on then lightly rub. The Silk Therapeutics Eye Revive went on so smoothly I had all the nurses trying it. Now, my favorite product besides the peel is the Silk Intensive C Serum. Oh my goodness, this is some good stuff. If you haven’t added a serum to your beauty routine you must. I like a lightweight serum, especially when using a heavier moisturizer. This went on like velvet, is luscious, and nourishing.
My beauty conclusion? :My skin has never looked better and Silk Therapeutics will remain in the beauty arsenal.