When it comes to the winter season most ladies experience the wrath of an annual beauty foe… dry skin! This is a common occurrence unfortunately, because during this particular season the air is more arid than the summer months leaving skin as thirsty as some DMs. Nevertheless, Bobbi Brown cosmetics have developed the perfect solution. Say goodbye to parched winter skin with Bobbi Brown Extra Repair Nourishing Milk!
Winter Skincare Products: Bobbi Brown Extra Repair Nourishing Milk
Bobbi Brown was kind of enough to freely tell all about their amazing skincare product. The brand reveals,
“A favorite to get through fall [and winter] with flake free skin. Our Extra Repair Nourishing Milk gives you the moisture of a face oil and the skin-renewing benefits of a treatment in a lightweight milky formula. This product works well [even on] oily skin, especially as the seasons change. Try using Extra Repair Nourishing Milk right after cleansing so your skin can soak up all of the benefits.
Call it the new fountain of youth. Our Milk gives skin a boost of moisture for instant radiance. Plus, it works over time to rejuvenate and refresh skin for a healthier looking complexion. A moisturizer, face oil and treatment all-in-one. The ultimate product to prepare your skin for cooler weather.
Apply Bobbi Brown Extra Repair Nourishing Milk before bed and wake up with radiant skin. Zero effort required.”
Want a bottle of Bobbi Brown Extra Repair Nourishing Milk? You can get yours by going to www.bobbibrown.com. It retails for $86. INSIDER TIP: We spied Poshmark selling this product for $50! Hurry, hurry and enjoy the $36 in savings!
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