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L'OCCITANE: SUMMER SKIN FOR-THE-WIN

For the past few weeks I have had the opportunity to use L'Occitane's Almond Collection from Sephora and it's about time you've heard about this venture. Each and every one of their products is brought together under the concept of natural beauty and you already know that from that moment on (I was hooked).

Supple Skin Oil

Firm. Smoothed. Hydrated. The Supple Skin Oil, for me, was one of the first oils I have ever used directly on my skin. You simply rub it in in circular motion wherever you feel best fit (L'Occitane suggests to use it around areas you are concerned about skin slacking). It is made with 50 different oils so each time you use it, you always are left feeling hydrated.

Milk Concentrate

Smell, smell, smell — from the start, the first thing I noticed about the Almond Milk Concentrate was that it smelled like heaven. It is fresh, clean, & sophisticated. Next, and we can all rejoice for this one, it doesn't leave your skin feeling greasy. As someone who uses a variety of sensitive skin lotions everyday not feeling greasy/oily/sticky after using a lotion or milk concentrate is SO important. Rub the concentrate in right before bed and wake up feeling ready, refreshed & smooth.

Shower Oil

Oil-to-milk. Probably the most fascinating aspect of any of these products was the Almond Shower Oil process. You simply pour a little bit into your hand, once the body cleanser touches the water it foams into a milk-like mixture that you then use all over your body. Post-shower it leaves your skin feeling almost satin-like while being moisturized without any lotion.

These three products together form the ultimate trio — whether you need to freshen up in the shower, smooth with a concentrate, or stop skin slacking, the Almond Collection has something for you. Summer skin, I'd give it a 10/10.

 

AVAILABLE NOW AT SEPHORA

If you are looking to take your skin to the next level, and #LoveL'Occitane, all of the products I used can be found online: HERE