Josie Maran Argan Infinity Cream Intensive Creamy Oil
Posted: Wednesday, May. 01, 2013
Brandee James is the beauty writer and blogger for Carolina Bride. Have a tip? Email her.
Josie Maran Argan Infinity Cream Intensive Creamy Oil, $28, SephoraEvery once and a while a product comes along that deserves special attention. What strikes me about this creamy oil is actually just that. A creamy oil? In spring?
Yes and yes. Infinity times. Not only is it 99% natural, the non-greasy hybrid is a blend of a creamy, smooth lotion and a deeply hydrating oil with multiple uses. I originally began using the formula to soften my hands but soon found several other uses including a dab under my eyes before bed, smoothing my eyebrows as a last minute touch up and smoothing a pea-sized amount on my cheeks to create a dewy glow over blush.Helpful hint: A little goes a long way and if it's been a while in between uses, shake or massage the product to keep the oil distributed.
Here are a few of Josie's tips for everyday uses:
Use Argan Infinity Cream to:
-Deeply moisturize dry areas of the face.
-Soothe irritated skin caused by rosacea, wind, or sunburn.
-Soften elbows, heels, and other rough patches.
-Keep stray eyebrows in place.
-Moisturize at night.
-Prevent razor burn and irritation.
-Prevent skin dehydration during airline travel.
-Apply as a lip conditioner before lipstick.
-Apply over lip stain for a silky finish.
-Lightly dab on eyelids before applying eye shadow.
-Apply before or after using cheek stain to improve blendability.
-Transform powder eye shadow or pigment into a cream by mixing with Infinity Cream.
-Mix with a powder luminizer to create a light, shimmery lip balm.
-Use as a subtle face highlighter to illuminate cheekbones, lips, and brow bones.
-Mix with a powder blush to create a silky cream blush or colored lip balm.
-Hydrate and plump dry, swollen undereyes.
-Apply to fingertips and toes to hydrate and soften cuticles.
-Quench skin post-sunburn.
The Charlotte Observer welcomes your comments on news of the day. The more voices engaged in conversation, the better for us all, but do keep it civil. Please refrain from profanity, obscenity, spam, name-calling or attacking others for their views.
Have a news tip? You can send it to a local news editor; email firstname.lastname@example.org to send us your tip - or - consider joining the Public Insight Network and become a source for The Charlotte Observer.Read moreRead less