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Getting to know Artistry Skincare

So well you know I am always out to some new exhibition on everything girly. Last year I was invited to attend one at the Centre of Excellence to explore the Artistry Brand. Artistry has been the sponsor for the Miss America pageants.
So let’s start off with their skincare products. They have the usual cleanser, toner and moisturizer 3 steps to maintain healthy skin. There is the Essentials line which is for the basic skincare while the Time Defiance line is for its anti-aging benefits. They also have eye creams, lip conditioners, masques and vitamin c serums etc.
What intrigued me the most was their crème luxury which was said to be used by Sandra Bullock. She does look amazing for her age so maybe this item really works. It’s extremely expensive though; think about $3000TT for the big container (but don’t quote me on that)! Yikes!!!
At this event you can have your skin analysed to determine what’s your skin type and what are you problems or damaged areas. You can have a facial done by one of their trained estheticians. I loved the skin analyser machine since when you look into it you appear blue like an avatar. Of coursed all this information is used to suggest the right products for your skin type. I had normal to combination skin but I knew that already.
I got myself the cleanser, toner and moisturizer from the essentials line since that was all I could afford (about $450TT) and I am really trying to stick to the regimen of the 3 step process for healthy skin. Will let you know how that goes.
XOXO
Naomi

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