Shop The Regimen of this NY Beauty Blogger Slash Dreamgirl

October 17, 2018

 (Photo via @nicolewojtooo)

Shop Nicole's Regimen!

Nicole is a beauty rep, blogger, jet-setter, and overall modelesque human whose beauty habits we can all stand to learn from. When I found out her regimen, I had to admit — it's non-toxic, fabulous, and eco-luxe — yet practical — all-in-one. She mostly treats her skin for anti-aging — a nourishing "prejuvenation" regimen that is perfect for anyone not dealing with active breakouts. Just in case you do struggle with the errant zit or hormonal breakout, she recommended a couple of rockstar skincare products for handling those, too.

 

For Daytime

Paula's Choice Skin Perfecting Toner ($28)

Step 1. Exfoliate with Cotton Pad.

This is a cult-favorite acid toner with 2% BHA Salicylic Acid. Usually $29!

Paula's Choice Resist Niacinamide 10% Booster ($40)

Step 2. Dab serum on nose and chin.

Niacinamide refines pore size and strengthens the

moisture barrier, making it great for anti-pollution.

Usually $42!

Trilogy Products Rosehip Oil ($23)

Step 3. Massage 3 drops into the palm of my hands and spread over face and neck.

Rosehip oil is rich in vitamin A which makes it

an awesome anti-ager/retinol [link] alternative.

It also makes skin really soft.

Paula's Choice Resist Super Light Wrinkle Defense SPF 30 ($31)

Step 4. Apply to face.

She uses this in lieu of BB and CC cream on most days.

Devita Skincare Moroccan Rose Facial Toner ($19)

Step 5. Set with mist and let sink in before applying any makeup. 

 

For Nighttime

 *Evolve Organic Beauty Liquid Crystal Micellic Cleanser ($25)

Step 1. Remove makeup

The M.U.A.-favorite micellar water that Nicole uses isn't actually cruelty-free. So, I swapped it for this

independent, organic UK beauty brand's that I picked up last week. The ingredients rock.

Eminence Organics Bright Skin Cleanser ($29)

Step 2. Wash Face

This usually costs $38! It contains a natural hydroquinone-

alternative for brightening/lightening without being toxic which is pretty

badass for any acne scars or lingering hyper-pigmentation from the summer.

Paula's Choice 1% Retinol Booster ($42)

Step 3. Boost

Retinol is one of the industry's best-loved, miracle-working, anti-aging ingredients RN.

Normally $52!

Madara Time Miracle Total Renewal Night Cream ($55)

Step 4. Night Cream

Normally $60! This guy enhances collagen by over 20% in 4 weeks and rebuilds

elastin in the skin. Two skin components that prevent wrinkles and lines. It's organic, eco-cert, and vegan-friendly... I have to admit I'm curious.

Eminence Organics Monoi Age Corrective Night Cream ($46)

Step 5. Night Cream for Neck

I couldn't wait to try this. It reduces the appearance of wrinkles by

25%! Plus, it's a great luxury green line that they use at the Joanna Vargas Spa at Sunset Towers.

 Whish Beauty Lifting Eye Mask Rose Hip + Lotus ($50)

Step 6. Eyes

Clean, cruelty-free, amazing products. I have their body butter and some travel-friendly

deodorant swipeys handy right now!

 

For Breakouts

Eminence Organics Probiotic Clear Masque ($49)

Normally $54! If I remember correctly, Alicia Keyes loves this line.

Paula's Choice Resist BHA 9 Spot Treatment with 9& Salicylic Acid ($41)

Topical treatment for breakouts AKA "stubborn imperfections" using acne-eradicated salicylic acid.

Normally $43!

 

What are your thoughts on Nicole's regimen? Tell me on Instagram!

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