April 19, 2016

Dirty Works

Last February I shared my skincare routine, and while it hasn't changed much, I have integrated a few new products. I like to switch up my cleansers and moisturizers because I have found that once my skin gets used to a product, it becomes a little less effective.
I'm sure I've mentioned before how I'm a total sucker for packaging and will buy things based solely on how they look (not always the best method, I know). A few months back, I was strolling up the beauty aisle in our local TJ Maxx and was immediately drawn to the design of the Dirty Works Perfecting Eye Cream and Detox Mud Mask. I'm always looking for a way to hide the puffy dark circles under my eyes. Even getting 8+ hours of sleep won't make the bags disappear so I thought I'd try it out. It a real miracle worker...when I actually remember to put it on twice a day. I also got really into masks in college and I feel like I've tried them all but the Dirty Works Mud Mask makes my skin feel smoother immediately and I definitely don't mind the blueberry scent. I recently switched from using my Mario Badescu Cleanser to using the Dirty Works Micellar Cleansing Water in the morning and Pore-fect Face Scrub in the evening. I'm obsessed with the tingly, fresh sensation I get from the menthol in the face scrub.
Now every time I go to TJ Maxx/ Marshalls I scan the shelves in the beauty section for that retro-inspired teal and coral packaging to try out another product and I've yet to be disappointed. I find the products in store pretty consistently, I only wish they were stocked at the local supermarket or Target too in case TJ Maxx is out of my faithful 8-in-1 Miracle Cream. But alas, the British brand only distributes their products to Sainsbury's from what I can find. You could also buy the products overpriced on eBay if you are dying to try them but don't want to test your luck searching at TJ Maxx.

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