The Sephora Spring Sale is officially here! Since there are usually two sale periods a year, I try to take full advantage during these times to do the bulk of my skincare and makeup shopping done. Today, I am sharing some tried and true products that work for me, as well as some newer (to me) products that I am so excited to try. The code "SPRINGSAVE" is universal for everyone, but is not active until the set dates:

Rouge: 20% off Apr-17 through May-01
VIB: 15% off Apr-21 through Apr-29
Beauty Insider: 10% off Apr-23 through Apr-27

Over the last few years, I have been consciously trying to purchase less makeup, and work through my current collection. I keep it pretty neutral on a day to day basis, so I tend to usually gravitate towards brows, concealer, bronzer and some blush - all of which usually takes me forever to get through. It is finally time for me to start adding new products in my rotation - I am slowly dabbling my feet into the clean beauty world and although I have so much to still learn and research, I've been referring to the "Clean at Sephora" sticker as a starting point. You'll notice from my selection this time around that everything is "clean" except one product.
My tried and true (repurchases)
Smith's Rosebud Salve Balm $9.50 CAD - My holy grail lip product, I always grab at least two every time
Origins Ginzing Oil-Free Energy-Boosting Gel Moisturizer $38 CAD - I've been using this for a year, love this for the summertime
Clinique Acne Solutions Clinical Clearing Gel $35 CAD - My favourite spot treatment for random little breakouts (the only thing not "clean" from my purchase this time) Let me know if you have any "clean" replacement recommendations!
New products I'm trying out:
Products I still want to try but were sold out when I ordered:
I'd love to know what's on your list - anything new and exciting? Or are you restocking? Are there any good "clean" beauty/skincare products you'd like to recommend? Let me know in the comments :)

Hope you're all staying safe and well.


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