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You’re going to LOVE this new product from Poppy Austin!

I was introduced to their products when asked to review their eye cream. First of all, I don’t accept all requests to review products because I only want to share the ones that I really like with my readers.

Sometimes it’s hard to tell if I’ll like something by the product photos, description, or web site. This company was different because I was instantly drawn to their style. From the site to their products…their vision is evident!

They are simple, stylish, and appreciate real ingredients for skin care and health.

 

I feel that the term “all-natural” is thrown around a lot when it shouldn’t be. All-natural ingredients are great, but just because it’s natural doesn’t mean it’s great for your skin.

After watching “Forks Over Knives” on Netflix (I know…I’m a documentary junkie!), I became really interested in how what we eat can drastically change how we look. Everything we put into our bodies must come out in some way. If we have more toxins than nutrients in the body….they will come out and change our appearance.


Does your skin look dull? Do your eyes seem less bright than they used to? Do your teeth look as white as they used to? How about your hair….does it feel and look its healthiest?

What we put in our bodies has just as much of an impact as what we put on our bodies. That doesn’t mean that skin cream with vitamin C in it will give you the same benefits as eating an orange!

In my opinion, it means that we can give our skin a little boost with the products we use. Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that helps shield our skin from free radicals and boosts collagen production. It’s nearly impossible to take in what we need, but applying these vitamins to our skin daily will definitely help our appearance!

If you’re looking for a refreshing new eye cream to try I highly recommend this one from Poppy Austin. It also has green tea, rosehip, and jojoba oils to brighten your skin, improve elasticity, and the overall health of one of the prettiest organs we have :).

This brightening eye moisturizer will:

  • Reduce dark circles under your eyes.
  • Tackle those fine lines and wrinkles.
  • Benefit your whole face as it can be used all over!
  • Invigorate your skin with organic plant-based moisturizers.
  • Work or you get your money back…guaranteed.

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Try this brightening eye cream by Poppy Austin and see the difference!

Here’s a short story about my first (known) personal experience with rosehip oil…..

I was in Florida for spring break with my family. It was mid-April and escaping from the cool climate in Virginia was great! All I wanted to do was feel the sun on my skin….Disney World was planned for our second day….so relaxing was the only thing on my agenda.

The pool had perfectly positioned built-in seats along its edges, and that’s where I stayed. I just kicked back and relaxed as planned….I didn’t even go in for lunch when my family did. Later, I would realize why that break from the Florida sun was important.

The next day, my chest was on fire! To make matters worse, I was wearing a bathing suit that was bandeau-style. You know what that means….those triangular areas on my chest that rarely see the sun were 10 times worse….it was very noticeable!

A lotion salesman came up to our table by the pool and told me that I needed the rosehip lotion and it would undoubtedly heal my skin. At that point, he could have sold me aloe vera gel for twice the price! I lathered in that lotion all week and I can honestly say that it worked better than anything I have ever used. Must have been the rosehip oil!

Have you tried products with similar or comparable ingredients? Better yet, have you tried any of the products from Poppy Austin? Please share your experiences in the comment section!


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