It’s been a while since I updated you guys with new products I’ve been loving from Dime Beauty. They’ve recently launched 3 new products and 2 of them are body products and the other is a tinted wonderscreen (sunscreen). I have been using Dime Beauty products since they first launched. I am a Dime Beauty girly. I love some of their products mainly skincare but now that they have body products, I had to share them with you.
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NEW Skincare Products from Dime Beauty
You can see my previous post about Dime Beauty here.
Tinted Wonderscreen – I was so happy when they launched a tinted version of the Wonderscreen because it’s truly one of my favorites to use as far as SPF goes. But the Wonderscreen did leave a weird slight white cast, especially in the summer for me because I do get tanner. This Tinted Wonderscreen has 19% zinc, it’s a sheer tint, a luminous glow, and is non-greasy and lightweight. I have used it under makeup and I had no issues with it.
Boosting Body Serum – If you are someone with dry skin, you may want to add this to your body care routine. It contains ceramides to help strengthen your skin’s barrier function and fight premature signs of aging. It also has probiotic support and balance to the skin’s microbiome. When I first used this serum my skin instantly felt so hydrated. Winter in Wisconsin is so brutal so I am always in the winter. And this definitely helps keep my skin hydrated.
The Glaze – After using the body serum, I go over it with the Dime Beauty Glaze. Say goodbye to lotions if you want super hydrated skin. The Glaze effectively hydrates many thick layers of your skin. This oil is enriched with antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and rejuvenating properties. Adding this after the Boosting Body Serum helps retain moisture and prevent trans-epidermal water loss. Trans-epidermal water loss can cause dry patches, irritation, redness and many other skin issues.