I know by now you're probably wondering why I use so many different skincare products, truth is for me it's all about the experience that each product provides and the time to and for myself. My skincare time is something I look forward to everyday, it's my time to pamper myself and spend time in silence while doing something good for my body. To be honest my life is hectic if I'm not shooting, I'm in a meeting, or unfortunately glued to my emails ( I'm working on learning to unplug). So, besides my morning mediation those extra 15-20 minutes I get to spend in my bathroom fully focused on myself mean everything to me.
Okay so now that I've explained myself lets get into the reason why you all clicked this post. Context Skin, a unisex line with nutrient and botanical rich products that improve the overall health of your skin.
Micro-Derm Regenerator ($35)- Billed not only as a cleanser but as an exfoliator, which comes in the form of aluminum oxide crystals (the same stuff the fancy spas use). This gentle but highly effective scrub leaves my face feeling clean, baby soft, and rejuvenated. Lastly, it's packed with vitamins A, C, E, and essentials oils jojoba, sunflower, and macadamia so, what's really not to love about that.
Intensive Daily Moisturizer ($40) - Living in extra sunny California has made me value the importance of sunscreen and moisturizing. Let's face it your skin is delicate and needs you to step up and protect it from the everyday wear and tears of life. So, with that being said back to the benefits of this moisturizer. Let's start with the all star cast of ingredients rose hips extracts, aloe, vitamin c and e, and allantoin all combine forces to protect, hydrate, brighten, and reduce fine lines/wrinkles. I like that it gives my skin a subtle glow without being too greasy or heavy and the citrus scent is an added bonus. This cream is my favorite out of the Context group and it's earned it's spot as a staple in my AM skincare routine.
So, in a nutshell here's a skincare line that's good for all skin types and your bae can use it too :) Sounds like a win win situation to me!