BEAUTY CORNER SKINCARE — 12 March 2013


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As I get older, I get intimidated by my skincare routine and often think the products with the most sophisticated and advanced ingredients are the best.  But as I get to the nitty gritty of skincare and try the best products that work for my skin, I realize that it’s sometimes best to keep skin care simple.

I’ve got sensitive skin and sometimes I get dryness, breakouts and flaking after layering products on my face.  I’ve been using Simple Protecting Moisturizer with broad spectrum SPF 15 sunscreen for the past three weeks and the immediate difference I noticed was the fact that it was not greasy and absorbed into my skin so effortlessly.

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For starters, Simple Protecting Moisturizer is oil free, with only five ingredients, two vitamins (Pro-Vitamin B5, Vitamin E) and three skin friendly ingredients (Glycerin, Allantoin, Bisabolol).  Where does this product fit into my skincare routine? At the end, before makeup.  I haven’t tried it just as a moisturizer yet because I get very dry skin in the winter.  But as the weather warms, I will be replacing my heavier non-SPF face moisturizer with the Simple Protecting Moisturizer to prevent my pores from clogging up.

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BRAND STATEMENT: Simple has no dyes, artificial perfumes or harsh irritants that can upset your skin. Instead, just our purest possible skin loving ingredients with added vitamins, for natural healthy-looking skin. Offering a skincare range suitable for all skin types – especially sensitive skin – Simple has helped generations of women look and feel beautiful. http://www.facebook.com/simpleskincare

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DISCLOSURE: Disclosure: Compensation was provided by Simple via Glam Media. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Simple.

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Makeda Saggau-Sackey is the Editor-in-Chief and Publisher of Glamazon Diaries, which serves as a daily source of fashion news, style advice and a round-up of the most exclusive celebrity events in New York City and Washington, DC. She is also the editor-in-chief of Duchess of Cambridge Style, an online fashion community devoted to chronicling what the former Kate Middleton wears, events she attends and where to get her looks.

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