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Radha (pronounced 'rada') means "Beauty Goddess." Now, I believe that we are all 'beauty goddesses' already, which is why I address my readers as 'Fireflies' - we are all lit from within, like a firefly. We all carry our beauty within us, glowing.
Sometimes, I need a little help getting my beauty going on on the outside, though. So I've been using this trio of skincare products from Radha, for a little help.
I do like eye creams, but I am finding more eye gels that I like!
Keeping the delicate eye area hydrated is very important. For me, I need a product that I can apply without tugging, feels good and doesn't irritate my eyes, and absorbs quickly so that I can get on with the rest of my skincare and makeup. If it doesn't do that, then it just doesn't find a regular rotation in my skincare. No matter how good a cream is, it can't help me if I don't use it. This gel fit seamlessly in my routine, and I also like that it's 99% natural, and 75% organic, with no parabens, sulfates, or alcohol, and it's not tested on animals.
Radha Beauty Intensive Youth Eye Gel is very light, cooling, and has a slight cucumber scent. I have been suffering with allergies lately, and my eyes have been puffy. I use this eye gel twice a day to cool and soothe my eyes, and reduce the puffiness. It feels pretty good, and absorbs quickly.
selling for $16.89 on Amazon, which is discounted even below what they sell it for on their own site! If you don't like it, they even offer a hassle-free 180 day return policy.
In addition to the Eye Gel, I've also been using the Radha Beauty Vitamin C Serum. I am the self-proclaimed serum queen now, having tested dozens of serums. I love them because they deliver an easily absorbed, high dose of skin nutrients without having to use a rich cream. My oily skin loves the simplicity of a serum. Vitamin C serums like this one fight skin-aging free radicals with 20% Vitamin C, which is full of antioxidants. It also brightens the skin and stimulates the production of collagen, which makes skin have more structure and look more youthful. This serum also has Hyaluronic Acid, which helps the skin retain moisture. There are no parabens, sulfates, or alcohols in this serum, and it's cruelty-free.
Currently, Radha Beauty Vitamin C Serum is selling for $18.89 on Amazon, which is discounted even below what they sell it for on their own site! If you don't like it, they even offer a 100% guarantee return policy.
Last, but not least, I finish my nightly routine with Radha Beauty MIRACLE Retinol Moisturizer. You can use it both for day and nighttime, but because of the Retinols, which make skin susceptible to sunlight, I prefer to use this only at night. Not that I get out much, anyway.
My homage nail art is inspired by the Radha Beauty Vitamin C Serum. I used L'Oreal Masked Affair as the holographic base, then LA Girl Clownfish for the orange chevron tip, and Barry M Chai for the grey chevron French tip. Aren't the rhinestones with the orange rim cute? So fun and playful.
There is so much that I like about Radha Beauty! I love what their name is and represents, I like that their philosophy includes partnering with earth-loving, women-empowering organizations, using eco-friendly packaging, and continously improving their impact on the world. I like that, as a system, all three products work together to improve my skin with natural and organic ingredients that I know are good for my skin.
For more information, or to purchase these, you can find Radha Beauty on their website, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Amazon.
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