Rodan + Fields Radiant Defense Perfecting Liquid

As I write this post (which is well over due!) I’m getting back to a somewhat normal schedule after spending some wonderful time away with the family. Now that summer is in full effect, I want to showcase my natural summer glow with Rodan + Fields Radiant Defense Perfecting Liquid!I’m totally crushing on these fabulous tinted multitaskers! They protect and instantly perfect skin to deliver a radiant, healthy looking complexion while protecting your skin from the sun and environmental aggressors. Now that I have a great fresh tan, the radiant defense perfecting liquid with broad spectrum SPF 30 totally enhances my summer glow while continuing to protect from any further damage!I love the lightweight, oil-free formula which helps repair skin’s moisture barrier and protect against UVA and UVB rays. This step in my skincare routine provides a powerhouse of protection and instantly perfects my skin by blurring imperfections without clogging pores or causing breakouts.

The Radiant Defense Perfecting Liquid is available in 6 wonderful skin tones that are sure to complement almost everyone. Since I’ve already spent quite a lot of time in the sun, I’m using GOLDEN/4 to match my current skin color. It literally enhances and evens out my skin tone while making my summer glow even better. I may have to go a little deeper as I continue to spend more time at the beach in which case I’ll create my own custom color by mixing two different tones to achieve the look I want.

And when it’s time to wash off the long day’s makeup I use Rodan + Fields ESSENTIALS Makeup Remover Wipes. The cloths are ultra-soft and gently and effectively dissolve makeup — including long-wearing lipstick and foundation — as well as dirt and oil in just a few swipes.

 

 

Special thanks to RODAN + FIELDS for sponsoring this beauty post. All opinions are strictly my own.

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