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3 Must Have Kiehl’s Skincare Items You Need This Summer


During the summer we spend more time outdoor enjoying activities. This can be challenging on the skin if not properly cared for. The first thing that normally comes to mind during the summer is applying SPF. By now we all know that the SPF should be at least 30+ and higher, wear it every day during the summer, and reapply every couple of hours. But what about keeping the skin looking healthy and radiant after being damaged from all the UVA & UVB rays from being outside. With so many skincare products to choose from how do you decide what’s best on the skin. I selected Kiehl’s skincare products because it’s made up of the finest naturally derived ingredients like Lavender, Squalane, Calendula, Caffeine, Vitamin C, Beech Tree Extract, Jasmonic  Acid, and Rosa Arctica  just to name a few. Give your skin a treat by using concentrated products to restore and replenish the skin.

Kiehl’s Dermatologist Solutions Nightly Refining MicroPeel Concentrate a gentle overnight peel to refresh skin by morning. Quinoa Husk Extract is formulated into an anti-aging overnight treatment. It offer accelerated cell turnover to refined texture, improved the skin tone leaving you with a softer and more radiant skin.

Kiehl’s Turmeric & Cranberry Seed Energizing Radiance Masque is a instant facial that brightening and energized the look of dull fatigued skin. Just after one use you will see that the skin is restore with a healthy rosy appearance. It’s formulated with cranberry and turmeric, that makes for a invigorating facial masque. The cranberry seeds makes for a gentle exfoliate for a smoother, brighter and illuminated complexion.

Kiehl’s Dermatologist Solutions Super Fluid UV Mineral Defense Broad Spectrum SPF 50+ is a sheer, ultra weight and lightly tinted lotion that features a 100%mineral based filter to help defend the most sensitive and acne prone skin from the sun’s harmful rays, without the irritation that chemical filters may cause.

Brandy Gomez-Duplessis