What's in your Beauty Bag?

Dawn L. Page, director of spa & wellness at The Spa at Cliff House (Cape Neddick, ME), shares some of her personal beauty faves.

Naturopathica Sweet Cherry Brightening Enzyme Peel (www.naturopathica.com) “This stuff is the bomb! Whenever I see that my face looks a bit puffy and my skin is lacking vibrancy, this little miracle face food zaps me back into action. Bonus: the smell of the sweet cherries is intoxicating.”

Red Flower Spanish Gardenia Aromatherapeutic Body Oil (www.redflower.com) “I am obsessed with this symphony of gardenia, rose geranium, clove, and orange peel. It’s a light but complex floral that just makes me feel beautiful when I am wearing it.”

Babor Ampoules (us.babor.com) “I think of my collection of Babor Ampoules as my first-aid face kit. I have ampoules for anything that ails me. If I need some extra hydration, I crack open a Hydra Plus Active Night Fluid. If I need some skin nourishment, I apply Algae Active Fluid. They give instant results, and I’m ready for anything.”

Youngblood Mineral Cosmetics Luminous Crème Blush in Luxe (www.ybskin.com) “I get the most out of this product, because it is dual purpose to brighten up my cheeks or a few dabs on the lips provides a constant fresh look.”

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