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Kimberly Arnold is the Beauty Editor for Miss A. She is a Raleigh native studying Public Relations and Marketing at Campbell University. She is a true southerner at heart with city girl style. She is fascinated with all facets of the beauty industry: from conception to product development to marketing. She has makeup artistry experience working with several cosmetic giants such as Bobbi Brown and Estee Lauder. She hopes to one day take her artistry talents to the streets of New York City. She enjoys staying ahead of the trends to give her readers all the latest scoops, the hottest tips and tricks, and tutorials. Her biggest beauty tip is to never leave the house without lipstick and a smile.

Review Of M-61 Skincare

Founders of Bluemercury, Marla and Barry Beck, realized their was a need for skincare that combined the power of nature with science after years of working with customers at Bluemercury in search of such products. In an effort to fill this gap in the beauty industry, they developed M-61 Skincare, a line currently sold in Bluemercury and the M-61 website. I’ve recently tried a selection of M-61 products and I have nothing but positive things to say.

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2-MINUTE VITAMIN C FACIAL MASK ‘Fast Blast’ ($50) - This has been my favorite product from M-61. Women love pampering themselves with facials, but how often can we really find the time or money to have them done as much as we want? Now, you can have a mini-facial with spa quality results in your own home. ‘Fast Blast’ provides a slight tingling sensation when applied. Once removed with water, your skin is left brighter, glowing and hydrated. The Vitamin C in this mask gives a radiant complexion to those with more dull skin, while Vitamin B5 gently hydrates. It’s also infused with seaweed, aloe vera and Vitamin E. This mask is suitable for all skin types and is the perfect way to treat you and your girlfriends for a girl’s night in.

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‘Brilliant Cleanse’ SKIN-SMOOTHING ALPHA BETA HYDROXY CREAMFACE CLEANSER ($32) - is an amazing cleanser that contains glycolic, salicylic, lactic and malic acids, which clarify the skin and smooth out texture. It also has mandarin orange peel extract, which tones and soothes skin, and flavonoid rich grapefruit extract, which brightens. Even with the gentle exfoliating properties, this cleanser is extremely creamy and does not feel harsh on the skin. This product is best for candidates with mature and dry skin.

vitablast

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‘Vitablast’ VITAMIN C & E SERUM Oil-Free ($92) – if you have oily/combination skin, this serum is an amazing product for you. It contains gallic acid, which targets dull skin and promotes a radiant complexion. It also helps with hyperpigmentation. It feels lightweight on the skin and sinks in within seconds. It took me about a week to see a significant difference in the texture and tone of my skin, and I instantly saw a difference in radiance. This product must be followed with your favorite moisturizer to ensure you receive the moisture you need.

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‘Hydraboost Eye’ HYDRATING PEPTIDE AND VITAMIN B5 EYE CREAM ($78) – is an amazing eye cream. It’s the perfect product for reducing the appearance of fine lines and under-eye circles and puffiness. This eye cream firms using ingredients such as Vitamin B5, tamarind, soy and white mulberry. Hyaluronic acid helps to moisturize the eye area as well. It also works amazingly under a creamy concealer, so that the concealer can be applied smoothly and won’t tug at the fragile skin around the eye. Additionally, this product can be used in morning and night, so no more worrying about buying two separate eye creams.

Overall, I would say the price point for these products is justified with the benefits and results they provide. M-61 Skincare is for consumers who wants high performance products that deliver amazing results from the infusion of nature and science. At this time, there is no moisturizer in the line, but I can only hope that there will be one soon!

Please note: The company who sponsored it compensated me via a cash payment, gift, or something else of value to write it. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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