The Winter Skincare Edit






East Coasters: How did you like the snow day? I personally opened the front door and got smacked in the face with ice pellets, so, yeah. I took that as enough of a reason to do my entire winter skincare regimen. There were lots of yummy snacks involved today and candles (so hygge), etc, so I really can't complain.

First, I always start off by putting balm dot com on my lips, preferably in rose. We all know I have to have all rose everything. This frigid wind is no joke and will take a toll on the skin on and around your mouth. Next is a dropper full of Super Glow. The vitamin C helps to brighten the skin and prep for the rest of the steps. Make sure you press and pat on, never pull downward. Once that sinks in, apply a generous layer of Priming Moisturizer Rich (down to the neck as well) and let it sink in for 5-10 minutes. My favorite part is the last step: oil. The Moroccan Argan Oil by The Ordinary is faaaantastic. It adds just the right amount of glow, but sinks into the skin and really gets the hydrating done.

Don't forget hand cream-- you don't want crumbly cuticles and super red fingertips, do you? The one I've been using for a while is by Molton Brown in the scent Orange and Bergamot. Smells heavenly. This stuff is so good that I even have my family using it in the body wash version. Once the moisturizers and oils have fully been absorbed, you'll have a radiant finish to your skin and be ready to once again get hit in the face with ice pellets propelled by freezing wind. Except this time, you'll have a dewy shield of goodness. If you have any questions about these products or the regimen in general, don't hesitate to reach out. You can also save 20% on Glossier if you're a first time customer by shopping with me at glossier.com/reps/nicki.

Also, be sure to check out my beautiful friend, Izzy Sarj, talk about some of these products in her winter skincare routine. She's a cool chick and you should definitely subscribe to her YouTube channel here. :)

Stay warm, friends xx


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