Three Face Lines ~ A Primer

confused-womanBy now, you’ve heard the news, Beautycounter launched a third set of an incredible, plant-based regimen for your face. You are also probably wondering, ‘which one should I choose’? Today’s post should answer your questions, so, let’s go!

The Nourishing Collection is a fantastic place to start with Beautycounter. NourishingThe creamy formulas of the cleanser and exfoliator work well with normal, and normal/dry skin types. Good for you, your teens, whatever your age.  A terrific choice.  Formulated with organic coconut oil, and helps to remove impurities, softens and moisturizes your face.

 

countermatch

Countermatch – the new kid on the block. This line addresses dullness, skin texture and is formulated to adjust the necessary hydration level that impacts your specific skin. Any skin type responds well; normal, dry, combo, oily and sensitive skin. Countermatch provides hydration, nutrition and oxygen for vibrant, smooth skin. This does not have a specific cleanser, either the Nourishing Cleanser, or the Countertime works well.  That’s up to your personal choice.

countertime

The Countertime Rejuvinating Collection is designed to address the issues of fine lines, wrinkles and aging.  Works well with all skin types. The Jambu extract on which this formulation is build responds to aging stressors and rejuvenates the skin.

 

There you have it. The differences in the three face lines that we have available to you.  If you have any other questions, please don’t hesitate to ask. I’m here to help!

Growing in Grace, taking every day step by step,

Laura G.
lgbeck59@gmail.com

Beautycounter by Laura-Grayce

 

 

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I am NOT an ‘Other’

I received a packet of information the other day from a new physician’s office.  You know the ones, tell us when you stubbed your toe last, (well, for me, seconds before I opened the packet ~ true story), when was your last ~fill in the blank~.

I’m merrily filling it out, and I see this: “single” “married” “other”. YNot An Otheres, I was filling the form out in purple, but, as you can see, I changed to red, crossed out ‘other’ and wrote in widow.

I am NOT an other.

I AM ~ A Widow.

I AM. Part of a group of women that is close to 245 million worldwide, and at least 13.6 million in the U.S.

I AM ~  A warrior.  In a blink of an eye, I went from safe, protected, with provision; to unsafe, unprotected; with no provision. I rose from the ashes, straightened my crown, and learned how to walk with confidence.

I AM ~ Brave. I took back areas that were stolen from me. I took back my health and my life. I challenged myself to do things I’ve never done or thought about. I learned I could do anything. I’ve hiked more steps, kayaked more waters, and pushed so far out of my comfort zone then I ever thought possible. Everything I do today is ‘out of my comfort zone’, but I do it. As a widow, you learn that ‘yes, you can’. Because you have to.

I AM ~ A Young Widow. The average age of a widow is 55.  I was 53 when I became a widow. I am not old, I am not ‘beyond my prime’, I am strong, I am confident, I am enough. I have linked arm in arm with other widows, broken down the stereotypical ‘view’ of what a widow should look like.

I AM ~ NOT AN OTHER. 

~ Blessings
Taking each day, step by step with Grayce,
Laura Grayce