DCIEM Skincare: The Ordinary

  DECIEM | The Ordinary | Alternative Beauty

The High-Spreadability Primer is a fast favorite of mine.   One day I started with a primer base & My makeup lasted from an early-morning work day that flowed into last call.  No settling or shifting– It’s a godsend.

DECIEM | The Ordinary | Alternative Beauty

DECIEM | The Ordinary | Alternative Beauty

Some mornings after braving the brittle cold of this northern city, I run my fingers across a skin that feels unfamiliar.  My lips struggle to maintain their cushion-y pout.  Of course, I’ve sought out wisdom from every sector of the beauty world.  My mum, who radiates 24/7-365,  an array of cosmetics counters, beauty bloggers, and truly– so much more.  In years passed, I find something that get’s me through.   This year,  I wake to face winds whipping off of the allegheny river,  so fresh faced you’d think i’ve been living through a healing-humid Florida summer.

The Ordinary.

DECIEM | The Ordinary | Alternative Beauty

DECIEM | The Ordinary | Alternative Beauty

DECIEM | The Ordinary | Alternative Beauty

I’m still getting acquainted with the full potential of these products, but so far i’m SOLD. Each evening I lather on the Cold-Pressed Rosehip Seed Oil.  It’s rich, and instantly nourishing.  I’m shocked to find that i’ve been familiar with the simple remedy that i’ve been seeking all along.  Time after time, I’ve heard from “holistic” old-heads that Rosehip Seed Ectract is their cure-all.  Now, I agree. 
DECIEM | The Ordinary | Alternative Beauty

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  1. The Rose Hip Oil by them is our favorite! We hated the Vitamin C one but loved the rest! xx, Britta & Carli from http://twinspiration.co/

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