I get lots of questions about make-up and beauty, so for all who have been curious, today it is finally going down. Beauty regimens are not common topics on Ruby Girl, which is what makes this post extra awesome. We are going beyond ootd’s and shopping guides to discuss something each and every one of us deals with in some way: skincare. Everybody has their own skin struggles. From acne, to dry skin, to oily skin, to blotchiness… thankfully, make-up can help us cover it up on the rough days. But we want more than just a quick-fix bandaid for the biggest organ in our bodies, right?!
For the last month, I’ve been using a variety of products that were tailored by Enza skincare professionals to best suit my skin concerns and needs. I’d like to share with you my regimen. In the morning, I use the Sustaining Cleanser, the Cool Sustaining Toner, Rosacalm, Vitamin C Creme, & Advanced Protection SPF 30. In the evenings, I use the Sustaining Cleanser, Fine Facial Polish, Cool Sustaining Toner, RosaCalm, and Sustaining Glow Creme.
1. Sustaining Cleanser: lifts away make-up and impurities of the day, while replenishing my skin’s moisture.
2. Fine Facial Polish: doubles as a mask to polish and brighten skin.
3. Cool Sustaining Toner: restores your natural glow.
Have you ever had a facial? I’ve had one done and it felt incredible! Though trust me I’d love to get one on the daily at the spa, it’s definitely not the most practical of options. This Enza skincare routine honestly makes me feel like I just had a facial every day! My skin feels so much softer and my pores are clean as a whistle. I’ve been so pleased with the experience and would highly recommend it for any of you discontent with your current skincare routine. The customized suite really met the needs I was setting out to achieve. Yayy!
Dr. Rucker, the brains behind Enza, has been a cosmetic surgeon for 25 years and has studied the effects of various factors on our skin. Enza’s skincare products go beyond the surface and deal with free radicals in various environments, nutrition changes, and stress.
*This is a sponsored post, but all thoughts and opinions are 100% my own, probably a little gushy like usual when I get excited about something, and as always, authentic as can be.