So that's what I'm doing today. I'm getting real about what's on my vanity, or as I like to call it, my "bathroom countertop". Here is the line up:
1. Frizz-Ease $5.99This stuff is great for curly headed ladies like myself. I spray it on my damp clean hair after a shower and GO. It keeps the frizz at bay and doesn't make my hair all crispy and weird.
2. Smith's Rosebud Salve $6.00I've had the same tin for 3 years, but I use it every day. This multi purpose goo is great on lips, on cuticles, on baby butts or for slicking loose hairs in your hair-do. It's an oldie but a goodie.
3. OPI Matte Nail Envy $8.95This nail strengthener is the only nail polish I use. My nails look totally natural, but better. And they don't split or crack or peel. It is, quite simply, the bomb.
4. St. Ives Apricot Scrub $3.29I've used this exfoliator since the early 90s and I love it. The original version was my go-to and then I got old and switched to the "Fresh Skin" version, which is a little easier on the skin.
5. Mad Hippie Face Cream $25.99I've only been using Mad hippie products for a year and I'm sold. It's definitely a splurge for my little wallet, but I've had it for a year and I've still got half a bottle. Like I said, I'm getting older and my skin isn't as bouncy-teen-bop-awesome as it used to be. So I layer this light cream over the top of the Mad Hippie Vitamin C Serum. (see number 6)
6. Mad Hippie Vitamin C Serum $33.99After I wash and exfoliate my face (see number 4), I spread a tiny amount of this serum over my face and neck. For me, it visible reduces redness and aging spots. It also tightens up my pores a bit. I know the price seems high, but I have had this bottle of a year and am not even 1/3 the way through the bottle. So I think its a good investment.