By Alix Turoff
There’s nothing better than a mild fall day spent strolling through the farmer’s market, picking out fresh produce that you will use to make a colorful and healthy dinner. There’s something about freshly grown produce that makes every meal delicious and helps us feel healthy and beautiful inside and out. This fall, we decided we wanted to freshen up our beauty routines by finding produce inspired products that would leave our skin feeling invigorated, vibrant and glowing.
Naturopathica Rosemary Lemon Clarifying Mist ($10.00 for 1 oz)
Let’s face it: the coming of fall means you no longer wake up feeling as refreshed as you do in the summer. This clarifying mist is a blend of rosemary and willow bark, which not only tones the skin but also brightens the senses to prepare you for the day. Because this product is slightly acidic it will also help to control shine. Just shake, mist and repeat whenever you need a little lift.
La Isha Natural Age Spot Eraser, ($45 for 0.5 oz)
This skin polish fades age spots and skin discolorations that occur from sun exposure or hormonal changes while the pomegranate seed oil helps to keep skin moist and youthful. Just massage one drop of the polish into the discolored area two times a day for results in as little as 10 days.
MyChelle Apple Brightening Serum ($44.29 for 1 oz)
Baked apple crisp on a chilly October day is a common fall indulgence but apple fruit stem cells (in a serum no less!) is a much healthier splurge, especially if you have hyperpigmentation from excessive sun exposure.
Lush I Love Juicy Shampoo ($8.95 for 3.3 oz)
Fresh fruit juice for your hair? We’ll take it. With pineapple, papaya, kiwi and mango juices, this shampoo leaves hair smelling like a tropical cocktail. After using this product our hair was so clean it squeaked and the added seaweed gel left our locks super soft.
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CND Citrus Illuminating Masque ($14.50 for 2.5 oz)
One of the drawbacks of the colder weather is dry, cracked skin. We love this citrus and grape seed oil hand masque because it leaves our hands feeling as soft as a baby’s bottom. We brought this with us to the nail salon and asked our manicurist to apply it to our dry hands before painting. Problem solved!
Origins Starting Over Age Erasing Moisturizer with Mimosa ($45 for 1.7 oz)
Mimosas are typically the brunch cocktail of choice but what if we told you it could also reduce the appearance of wrinkles? Well, it’s true. Thankfully (for your wallet, anyway), there’s no need to start bathing in mimosasthanks to Origins age erasing moisturizer which helps rebuild collagen, repair visible lines and improve skin texture.