Friday, January 17, 2020

Aveeno Positively Radiant MaxGlow Skincare Review

The city of Toronto has issued an extreme cold warning for tonight and snow is in the forecast. Temperatures have fluctuated between unseasonably warm and downright frigid. When you combine indoor heating with cold wind and dry air you get a recipe for dull, dehydrated skin.

Many people are recovering from cold and flu season while juggling a hectic schedule so today I’m reviewing a few products that will fit into your daily routine and protect your skin from winter’s wrath.

Aveeno’s Positively Radiant Collection is formulated with natural soy used in traditional Chinese medicine. It is rich in proteins, lipids and vitamins that even skin tone, enhance your natural glow, hydrate, smooth, nourish, protect and improve the look of dark spots and blemishes.

These products are paraben-free, Dermatologist recommended, non-comedogenic, hypoallergenic and phthalate free.

Before I get into face care I want to share a few body products that moisturize, soothe and soften from head-to-toe. Aveeno makes some of the best shower gel for sensitive skin and the Yogurt formula ($7.47 - $11.99) gently cleanses with a rich creamy lather infused with oat. The Vanilla scent smells amazing and Apricot Honey renews dry, flaky skin.

After enjoying a relaxing shower, slather on The Aveeno Daily Moisturizing Body Yogurt ($9.49 - $13.99). The lush formula absorbs quickly with no greasiness so skin feels supple, hydrated, smooth and healthy. These jars are convenient for travel because they don’t spill and the lightweight finish is also great for warm climates.

The MaxGlow Micellar Gel Cleanser ($12.99 - $14.99) works like a magnet to draw out impurities and wash away makeup, oil, dirt and bacteria. I love the milky lather, mild fragrance and frothy bubbles. It works wonders on a cleansing brush and never leaves my skin tight or dry.

The MaxGlow Peel Off ($12.97 - $14.99) exfoliates, smooths, brightens and extracts impurities while locking in moisture. The formula contains kiwi extract and alpha hydroxyl acid to rejuvenate and brighten. Apply a generous amount to coat your face evenly and wait until the gel is completely dry (about 20 minutes). Peeling it off is not painful and my complexion looks clear and refreshed after each treatment.

Before bed apply the MaxGlow No-Mess Sleep Mask ($24.99 - $32.99) to revive and invigorate dull skin. Use the paddle to spread and blend the hydrating formula. As you get your beauty rest, the cream forms a supple, moisturizing layer that rejuvenates and corrects. In the morning my face looks luminous, plump and youthful – great way to start the day.

The MaxGlow Infusion Drops ($24.99 - $32.99) can be used morning and night but it works wonders under makeup and mixed into moisturizer. The effects last up to 48 hours with a glowing sheen and no greasiness. You’ll love how soft, dewy and even your skin appears with or without foundation.

Before I head out for the day, I usually apply serum, moisturizer and primer but with the MaxGlow Serum + Primer ($24.99 - $32.99) you only need one step. The finish is very similar to the Infusion Drops (you don’t need both) and it efficiently smooths and preps the skin to create a bright, even canvass.

Aveeno is available at drugstores nationwide

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