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Take Back Your Youth with This "Eyeconic" Eye Cream!

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It's no secret that eyes can age you. Whether it be from lack of sleep, traveling, holidays, weather or starring at the computer for too long our eyes are fragile and can deteriorate with the abuse we put it through daily. I feel like it is the place that is starting to breakdown and really show my age, and I'm still young! Even the esthetician at the Guerlain Spa recommended I work on treating my eyes more. My eyes are my favorite feature so of course these things are concerning for me. I have a select few faves I use for various needs and times but I have found an incredible fall/winter one with Amarté skincare!

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Amarté: Eyeconic Eye Cream first of all impressed me with the packaging! It had a tip on the airless cylinder that led to a flat application head. It dispensed the ideal amount of cream flawlessly to my eyes with each pump and it was SO easy to use! The cream itself was extremely hydrating and added the much needed moisture my eyes were craving. It did not feel greasy or oily at all and it absorbed well leaving my skin soft, smooth and fine lines relaxed to non-existence :) The scent was truly amazing, it's a Ginkgo Spice  that was very pleasing to my senses. The Ginkgo Biloba Nut Extract found in this cream "has a unique odor and is resistant to smoke, disease, and insects. Used in perfumes and as a skin conditioning agent in creams, ginkgo biloba has antioxidant and possible anti-inflammatory properties and appears to aid fibroblast production of collagen and elastin." (source: www.amarteskincare.com) I LOVE this cream! Perfect for the Fall/Winter or if you have drier, more mature skin it's a great product to add over your usual night or day cream and just fine to use before makeup application!

 ABOUT AMARTE: 

Amarte was created in Korea and based in part on centuries old philosophies. Developed at a Bio Regional Innovation Center using leading science, the formula was discovered by American dermatologist, Dr. Kraffert, and introduced to the West.

The word amarte precisely translated means ‘to love you’. The Amarte icon is two interwoven hearts in harmony expressing Amarte’s motto ‘Love yourself. Love your skin.’ The Amarte icon also symbolizes Amarte’s unique pedigree… the inter-connection of different cultures. (source: www.amarteskincare.com)
 
 
This brand was a great discovery and I like the background they bring to their skincare! 
Until next time...Keep On Being Beautiful You!
xxoo Jessica
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Jessica is a lifelong beauty product aficionado and the Certified F.A.B.U.L.O.U.S resident trend-hunter. As a social media maven and actress, she maintains a constant awareness of the ever-evolving beauty industry.  Jessica has held various community relations positions in the United States Air Force, and was tasked with boosting base morale and hosting distinguished visitors during her Middle East deployment and also worked in the Guest Relations department for the Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Gardens, one of the largest complexes of its kind in the country.  Her weekly trend updates are as varied as she is and register with women from all walks of life.


SKIN TYPE: Combination/ T-Zone Oily


HAIR TYPE: WAS very long…NOW it is a super pixie short cut! Thick, dry, wavy/frizzy


HAIR COLOR: WAS very black…NOW platinum blonde. My natural color is a medium brown brunette J


COMPLEXION TYPE: Fair with pink undertones. Prefers Cool Color Pallets for Makeup.


EYE COLOR:  Blue


ADDICTION: Carmex Lip Balm, CoverGirl lash blast mascara in Very Black, J.R. Watkins Lemon Cream Lotion, PUR Minerals Foundation, CVS Benzoyl Peroxide Acne Gel, Moroccan Oil Hair Treatment, Too Faced: Pretty Rebel Makeup Palette, DDF Revolve


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