Throughout my years as a beauty writer, I’ve met some fantastic people. But I’m so happy to call this awesome woman my friend—Jennifer Yen, founder of pur~lisse Skincare. A lovely lady in her own right, she turned her acting career into a quest for beautiful skin. After years of research, she combined her Chinese heritage with her fascination of French skincare savvy to develop the cult favorite skincare line pur~lisse.
As one of my favorite skincare experts, here are Jennifer’s Top 5 quick secrets to beautiful skin:
- Chinese women are meticulous about moisturizing their hands because they believe “a woman’s second face is in her hands.”
- Tell crow’s feet to take a hike! When you’re outside, wear sunglasses more and you’ll squint less, for fewer lines and wrinkles around the eyes.
- Sweat for beautiful skin! Perspiration can actually be good for your skin. Working out helps rev up circulation, which aids healing, and sweat contains a natural antibiotic.
- For healthy skin, juice together a fantastically refreshing concoction of kale, spinach, lettuce, cucumber, beet, celery, ginger and green apple.
- Dry air leads to dry skin, so when the dew point goes down, turn up that humidifier in your home to help your skin retain moisture.
I’m giving away a fantastic gift bag of pur~lisse goodies. The winner will get a pur~bright (for luminous, even-toned skin), pur~youth preserve (an age delay serum), pur~moist (a delicate hydrating moisturizer) and pur~lip comfort (to comfort your dry, chapped pucker).
Here are the rules:
Initial Entry: Leave a comment below. Can be about what makes you feel beautiful, your favorite TV show, doesn’t matter. Just say something interesting.
1 Bonus Entry: Follow Easy Peasy on twitter @cherylfenton. If you already follow me, tweet about the giveaway (don’t forget to put @cherylfenton in the tweet).
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This giveaway ends September 8 at 11:59 p.m. and is only open to the continental United States.