How to Achieve the Perfect Sun-Kissed Summer Skin

March 27, 2017

I don’t know about you guys, but I am done with this winter stuff and ready to move onto warmer weather!

I can’t help but get excited for morning runs in the daylight, fun summer clothes, and that perfect sun-kissed skin. Let’s talk about achieving that glowing summer skin because that’s about all I have control of right now.

My first purchase from Beautycounter was their Dew Skin Tinted Moisturizer. I had heard rave reviews about it, and I couldn’t ignore the fact it received an Allure ‘Best of Beauty’ award. After trying it, I quickly found out why: it leaves the most gorgeous glow on my skin, plus it is free of 1500 potentially hazardous chemicals.

I’ve always been one to use lightweight, barely-there foundations that leaves a natural look to my skin. I have no desire for a heavy make-up feel! The Dew Skin fits this bill: it goes on easily, doesn’t feel cakey once its on, and leaves a luminous glow that screams summer.

I tired going back to my MAC foundation + powder over the weekend, but as soon as I put it on, I regretted it and wish I had used my Dew Skin. The MAC foundation and powder feels so cakey on my skin, and I think it accentuates my wrinkles and creases in my skin more. Plus it was so drying on my face that it left large dry patches on my cheeks. I also couldn’t help but think of all the chemicals it has in it.

MAC make-up on the left, Dew Skin on the right

I have also been impressed with how long this tube has lasted. I purchased it over 3 months ago, and is still going strong. So what more could you want: an awesome product that’s CLEAN, great value, and the perfect sun-kissed summer skin. If you are interested in trying the Dew Skin yourself, click the link below. (And as a point of reference, I use No. 2.)

Click here to order Beautycounter’s Dew Skin Tinted Moisturizer

    1. What shade of the tinted moisturizer do you use?

      1. I use No. 2! (I should have added that when I first wrote the point. I’m going to go back and add that because it is nice to have a point of reference.)

        1. Thank you! I think we have a similar shade of sun-deficient Alaskan skin. 🙂

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