Favorite Finds: First Aid Beauty Hello FAB Skincare Line

Skincare babes,

I’m currently packing all of my skincare getting ready for my week trip to Palm Springs, and I wanted to share my love for this skincare line. First Aid Beauty is catered more for the sensitive skin types, and the Hello FAB products are infused with the best ingredients to brighten and soothe skin. All of them are noncomedogenic and hypoallergenic.

The three products I’ve been trying out:

♥ Coconut skin smoothing priming moisturizer

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This is a primer and moisturizer all in one. It leaves your skin dewy and radiant, so for a drier skin type like mine this has been amazing. It’s naturally scented from one of its core ingredients, coconut water, and creates a radiance with its micro-pearls. It also has a mineral blend that supports skin health. If you’re looking for a comparison, I used to use the Too Faced Hangover RX Primer, and this one knocks it out of the park.

♥ Caffeine matcha wake up wipes

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I love these in the morning to brighten up my complexion with the included vitamin c, or when my skin needs to “wake up.” These wipes also contain vital skin superfoods including matcha green tea, to hydrate and detoxify the complexion. You can also use these to remove your makeup, however, I use them as more of a preparation step.

♥ Vital greens face mist

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I ran out of my Urban Decay setting spray and wanted to try something new. I love this face mist! It doubles as a setting spray, and I like to keep it in my purse to spritz my face when my makeup starts to separate throughout the day. Given that my skin is on the drier side, it’s easier to see this happen on the surface of my skin, so I like to keep my face refreshed to avoid that separated look.

My tinted moisturizer goes on so well after I’ve used these, And after a few weeks my winter skin has balanced out. There are always more inexpensive options for skincare, however, if you’re a dedicated Sephora customer these are definitely at a lower price point when compared to the rest of the store (cough Peter Thomas Roth and Kate Somerville..)

When buying skincare products, it’s about the i n g r e d i e n t s. Not the brand. Certain brands carry a certain weight due to their reputation, when in reality those products might not suit you. And who doesn’t love a lower price point?

Feel free to let me know in the comments if any of you have tried these!

Thanks for reading! xx

-Kelly