Restørsea Skincare

I have told you guys about my skincare routine (morning & night) in the past on my YouTube channel. But since my last update, I’ve had quite the switcheroo with my moisturizers. I’ve been using Restørsea Day & Night creams since I last spoke to you guys and my skin has completely transformed. Instead of combination/oily skin, my skin type is now, actually, normal. It hasn’t been that way since puberty! My acne is markedly improved, only popping out for hormonal bouts in a monthly fashion (ahem). I haven’t changed anything else about my skincare so I’m quite certain that all of the aforementioned beneficial changes to my skin can be attributed to these two products.

In the above video, I describe at length how these two moisturizers work, and what other differences I’ve seen in my skin. I also give you guys a little update on my lash extensions (by the way, mention my blog at Winx Lash & Makeup Studio in Houston and get 40% off your full set!).

Restørsea Rejuvenating Day Cream, $150
Restørsea Restoring Night Cream, $175
Special Offer set: Full size Day & Night creams for $225 using promo code DAYNIGHT

This is probably one of the most expensive sets of products I’ll ever recommend on this blog, but I couldn’t not share it with you just because it’s pricey. It probably won’t be for all of us, but for those who can make the splurge (and like to do so) this stuff is transformative. Now, you could just as easily use less expensive moisturizer day and night, and in fact I’ve recommend several of my favorites in the past that I happen to love.

*This is not a sponsored post. All opinions are my own. Products were sent to me for PR purposes.

  • Akaleistar

    Oh, I want to try these!

  • Amy R

    I so badly want to try this, though I am not at a point in my life where I can afford to splash out on it– I’ll put it on the wish list, though! I will get around to it eventually; I really liked your description of how it worked, and kept muttering to myself about “I knew Retin-A didn’t work well for me…” It always made me red and inflamed no matter how religiously I followed the instructions and everyone told me to just keep using it when it made my skin miserable.

  • Tess @ Tips on Life and Love

    These products look amazing, but spending over $200 on skincare feels ridiculous. What sort of alternatives would you recommend?

    • http://prettyshinysparkly.com/ Kristina Braly

      Yes they’re definitely cost prohibitive for most of us! I always say if one will spend a lot of money on a handbag, you should at least spend that much on your face- it goes through quite a beating over the years and it’s your best first impression! But that being said, I do enjoy the Neutrogena rapid wrinkle repair line – it’s a retinol but not irritating at all!

      • Tess @ Tips on Life and Love

        Great, thank you so much for your recommendation! I will definitely give it a try!

  • Courtney

    Conversation with my husband went like this: “hey honey, do you care if I spend $225?” “on what?” “skincare.”

    “umm…probably better not.” “but my favorite blogger recommends it!”

    I still didn’t win, but I’m working on it. I don’t have any fine lines/wrinkles yet, and want to keep it that way.

    • http://prettyshinysparkly.com/ Kristina Braly

      Aw, shucks! Try Neutrogena’s Rapid Wrinkle repair (I think that’s what it’s called?) – it’s a cheaper alternative. Yes it’s retinol, but it’s a milder formulation that shouldn’t irritate skin as much.

  • http://www.fsfashionist.com/ FS Fashionista

    Well I am struggling with this acne thing :( I guess its worth a try

  • Ashley

    I recently purchased the Michael Todd True Organics skin care line based on your recommendation and have been really happy with it. How does the Michael Todd Knu face cream compare to the Restorsea? Do you think the Restorsea is better?

    • http://prettyshinysparkly.com/ Kristina Braly

      I am not a fan of the Knu cream anyway, but I definitely love the restorsea!

  • http://lippylash.blogspot.com lippylash

    Totally not relating to this post but do you have a favorite brightening concealer for under the eyes? I have heard a lot of good things about the Nars concealer but was wondering if you have any tips. :)

  • Leigh

    Do you think this would work well for someone a little older than you? I’m 39 and already fighting fine lines, but my skin is pretty sensitive and I can only use retinols every 2-3 days.

  • http://anothercleanslate.com/ Kate @ Another Clean Slate

    Pricey but tempting. My acne has been bad lately and I think my skin is just revolting against being so dry!

  • Aalia Eliza

    To make complexion glowing and youthfull i will Restorsea Rejuvenating Day and Night Cream while rejuvenating my client skin – http://fcbsglobal.com/skin-care-treatment.html