At the start of May, I was invited to Kiehl’s to get a Healthy Skin Consultation. As a fan of the brand, I jumped at the opportunity to learn more about my skin and the products best suited for my particular needs. After discussing my skin concerns with an in-store expert, they conducted a skin type test (combination, oily, dry skin) and a hydration test (>30 is dehydrated, 30-50 is normal, <50 is great). By the end of the consultation, I had a new understanding of what my daily skincare regime should be — and I went home with five new products!
While I already used a few Kiehl’s products on the regular, the additions have been a welcome treat. After integrating them into my daily day and night routine, I’ve already seen a difference in my skin in less than a month (which has been a goal of mine this year)! I’ve listed the products I use for those interested at the end, one of which is the first ever BB cream to receive my approval.
In addition to skin consultations, Kiehl’s also had a photographer at their store for a bonus outfit shoot. I posted a recent Instagram poll for this outfit regarding which color to keep, so for those who followed along, the wait is officially over. I’ve created a full budget-friendly spring look for under $200, including a few product swaps to take the price tag down even further.
Take a gander at my wallet-approved get-up and shop it for yourself. If you’re interested in more matching sets, I have a full post dedicated to that here.
P.S. Thank you Kiehl’s, Lindsay and Debbie for the most lovely afternoon!
Cleanser (not pictured but what I use) | Clay Mask | Vitamin C Concentrate Serum | Daily Reviving Concentrate Oil (not pictured but also what I use) | Midnight Recovery Concentrate Oil | Eye Cream (not pictured but what I use) | Moisturizer | CC Cream (Shade: Medium)
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Photographer: Debbie Lemonte
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