What’s in my medicine cabinet? Winter Edition.

1. Fekkai Glossing Creme. Keeps my long hair looking shiny (not heavy) and healthy.

2. La Roche Posay Hydraphase eye gel. My solution to puffy, dry undereyes. The added caffeine is a benefit!

3. Aquaphor Healing Ointment. I use this as a overnight hand treatment and for dry skin on elbows, knees, and ankles.

4. Mario Badescu Buttermilk Moisturizer. My every day moisturizer that feels like a thick cream, but is made for oily/sensitive/combination skin.

5. Boots Rosehip Body Butter. The scent is not your great aunt’s nose stinger, but a regal, light and feminine one. I lather this on after the shower to keep my skin feeling smooth, not greasy.

6. Klorane Soothing Eye Makeup Remover. Gentle and effective, without the oily consistency. Haven’t looked back since.

7. Tom’s Long Lasting Deodorant in Maine Woodspice. Deodorant without the cancer causing additives and the smell is clean and fresh.

8. Now Essential Tea Tree Oil. A few drops of this on a damp cotton pad, and my skin is not only cleansed of bacteria, but gently exfoliated.

anonymous said:

hola Ana, sobre el último artículo que has publicado me gustaría saber que productos contienen el bajó peso molecular , ya sea serum o cremas muchas gracias

Productos que contengan acido hialuronico de bajo peso molecular  destacaria el serum C-VIT de Sesderma, que lo contiene liposomado, con lo cual penetra mejor, Fillderma One, que combina alto y bajo peso molecular,  e Hidraderm Hyal. Expression de Martiderm contiene AH de alto y bajo peso molecular, al igual que el serum Krono Age; de Eucerin destacaria la gama Hyalluron Filler y Volume Filler, que contiene tambien los dos tipos de AH, asi como las lineas Serenage y Eluage de Avene, que lo contiene fragmentado, para que penetra mas profundamente, al igual que Hydraphase de la Roche Posay. Un saludo.