nature 21 blvd beauty products for olive yellow tone tan skin

Curated beauty for olive, tan and yellow-toned skin

nature 21 blvd beauty products for olive yellow tone tan skin Spicy Minx Box from Nature: 21 Blvd. Use code FREESHIP for free shipping.

As long as I can remember, I’ve always had an interest in skincare, but I really started to pay attention to my skin when I was in my mid-20s when my skin started to look dry, dull and started cracking – not what should be happening in your mid 20s!  I invested in good moisturizers, signed up for monthly facials, invested in skincare products, and my skin has never been better.

If you are Asian, Latina, have olive or tan skin, you have to check out Nature:21 Blvd. Featuring beauty products that work for olive, tan, or yellow-toned or under-toned skin, Nature:21 Blvd is an online beauty and skincare site that curates exceptional beauty products, many natural – from Korea to Iceland.

If you are Asian, Latina, have olive or tan skin, you have to check out Nature:21 Blvd.

Available are two large curated boxes – great to give as a gift or to give your own skincare toolbox a makeover. You see the products so it’s not a surprise. The Sassy Box (young vibe, great for teens and young adults) is a $225 value sold for $124, and the Spicy Minx Box (for millennial and those who love anti-aging) costs $159 and includes $247 worth of products! If you want a powerful trio, check out the Spunky Box which is only $39.

The products in the box are also available for individual sale on the site if you run out or if a specific product really pops out at you.  Of course a curated box saves you money – $88 to $100+!

^^ I was sent the Spicy Minx Box and wanted to share some of the products with you and some of my feedback about them!

The Youth to the People – Cleanser ($36) is so pretty sitting on your counter, and packed with antioxidants protecting you from free radicals and environmental stresses.

^^ AH – Pro Age Eye Cream ($28) is from England and worshippers on dark circles it also has SPF protection! I’ve been looking for a good under eye cream and a little goes a long way. Thank You Farmer – Cotton Sheet Mask ($5) helps with moisture – yes your skin needs it, especially where I am. I love packing a moisturizing mask in my travel bag so I can rehydrate my skin after a long plane ride.

^^ Mizon – 500 Peptide Serum ($48) is in the green bottle is a highly concentrated solution of 45% peptide which promotes growth of collagen and elastin in skin. It also has hyaluronic acid to keep skin well hydrated (I love hyaluronic acid). Hannes Dottir – Elixer of Minerals Moisturizer ($60) is 100% natural and requires a shake to activate the minerals to hydrate skin, it’s so lightweight like water.

^^ Vapour – Halo Illuminator ($36) is 100% natural and a fun stick highlighter you can use all over your body and face! I like it on my cheek bones and right on the of my lips. If you are showing off your shoulders, add it to your collarbone to lightweight it and décolletage. Thank You Farmer – CC Cream ($34) has no caking and is illuminating – which is good when you get older, I even love it in my makeup primer. Great for daily use with the second highest protection grade from UVA rays, it gives you a nice pearl-glow effect and can also used as a highlighter. If you want it less shiny for daily use, you can add powder to mattify it.

There are many beauty products out there and many different ways to figure out what’s best for you – you ask your girlfriends and look to bloggers and then there are small beauty subscription services which is a nice way to sample products. But sometimes, you just want someone to do it all so you can buy the full-size and start your skincare regimen ASAP. Nature:21 Blvd pretty much did the work for you.

We have to be realistic about our skin as we continue through life – the goal is to have healthy, vibrant skin and make the best with what we have (and always, be kind to yourself).

Thank you Nature 21: Blvd. for sponsoring this post.

Diana Elizabeth is an author, photographer, and obsessive thrift shopper. You can typically find her in the garden wrist deep in dirt, at a local estate sale or planning her next epic party. She continues to blog weekly.


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