WIN: Benefit b.right! Radiant Skincare



As the weather cools, you will notice that your skin feels drier, skin can appear dull and sallow. Your skin builds up quick and then there's that congestion that comes with it - UGH!

With the launch of Benefit's skincare collection, b.right! Radiance Skincare an essential eight piece collection designed to cleanse, moisturise and specialise for a radiant, refreshed, lit-from-within look. Instantly turn on a brighter-looking, more youthful complexion and let there be light!

Pink Diva has 10 Benefit b.right! Skincare deluxe travel sets to give away containing:
HOW YOU CAN WIN:
•Follow Pink Diva's Beauty Spot blog (on the top right hand side)
•Answer the following question:
How do you keep your skin looking radiant and fresh in Winter?
*Competition closes Sun 10th July, 2011
Open to Australian residents only. 
For more information on Benefit b.right! click here.

How do you keep your skin looking radiant and fresh in Winter?

38 comments:

♥モチ said...

I drink lots of water to keep myself - and my skin - healthy and hydrated. I also ivest in a good moisturiser, even if your skin is dry, it doesnt mean that you don't need to moisturise~!
I also try to eat healthy and stay away from fast foods, a good inside is a good outside!
Also, another good thing is to try and stay away from sudden temperatur changes, like going from a heated room into the blazing cold outside, try and keep you heaters to a low if you have to, that way your skin is able to adjust easier to the temperature change.
And most of all... BE HAPPY, CONFIDENT AND POSITIVE~!
I stress can make you look tired and dull, so if you stay positive and if you feel good INSIDE you will always look good.

Jules said...

I follow. & To keep my skin radiant in Winter I exfoliate 2x a week and use lots of moisturizer!

melanie w said...

Exfoliate , keep it moisturised and dont have the shower too hot even though i want too.
operationhotmother@hellokitty.com

:) said...

I use a gentle defoliator every night, and I drink a ton of water. I've yet to find a good moisturizer, but currently I like using my night cream during the day, though it does feel a little heavy :(
Also, highlighting really helps brighten my face! :D

DanniiBeauty said...

I exfoliate two - three times a week and use a good moisturiser. I like to wear a hydrating day moisturiser too so that it helps keep my skin hydrated during the day.
I also try and drink lots of water!

MichVee said...

I make my own facial masks using ingredients like natural yoghurt, berries and honey. I also apply a rich moisturising serum to keep my skin hydrated, and I try to eat a well-balanced range of healthy foods to make my skin supple and smooth.

Madame B Fatale said...

Besides the exfoliating and a richer moisturiser I seem to be adding illuminator to my foundation more and more this winter!

Di from Max The Unicorn said...

This seems like a popular answer, but I, too, exfoliate a few times a week (LOVING the Alpha-H Gentle Daily Exfoliant - it really does wonders to brighten my complexion) and use a richer moisturiser in the winter months. I'm also trying a Dr LeWinns night cream, which is just lovely :)

LoungeKat said...

I stay away from the fan heater, drink plenty of herbal tea and take brisk walks in the morning.

bumblebea_91 said...

A lot of nice, long, hot baths filled with aromatherapy candles. Who doesnt love a good hot soak after a day out in the cold. :)

Natalie said...

I make sure I use a really good moisturiser that is really hydrating. I also use a great exfoliator, moisturising masks and serum to keep dead skin at bay and also ensure that my skin stays lovely and radiant. I also use fresh cucumber on my eyes as a mini at home treatment to keep my eye-area hydrated and looking really fresh.

shull said...

I use masks twice a week along with my serums more often, also always have my trusty moogoo.

I use a peeling mask that is a scrub off one and a standard wash off mask and my skin loves them.

Jasmine1485 said...

I use a slightly heavier moisturiser in winter, my skin seems to soak it up. I also use a microfoliant, my skin is sensitive and I don't want to use something too rough. :) Plus water of course, I drink less in winter but I still have a water bottle with me all the time to keep hydrated.

I'm following via GFC as Jasmine1485

kate1485 at hotmail.com

wifluvelle said...

drink lotsa water and slab on lotion and cream lol

xoxo elle

Anonymous said...

I apply Moisturizer in the mornings and night cream in the evenings and drink plenty of water.:)
Christine morris.

Cat said...

A weekly hydrating mask treatment, with a daily fine exfoliant every morning, facial wipes to remove make up with night cream to follow, lots of water, and always SPF15!

Tres__Chic said...

By using a heavier moisturiser for winter accompanied with a serum, avoiding hot water on my face from the shower. Try to avoid heating on my face from heaters, drink plenty of water and carry a small tub of moisturiser with me when out and about when my cheeks feel a bit dry from the wind I apply a bit of cream. Followed by regular facials and moisturing masks at home.

Anonymous said...

More water, more moisturiser, more cleansing, less mirror!

vicki said...

Exfoliating, moisturising and a monthly micro keeps me looking fresh and radiant :)

Liz said...

I exfoliate every day, and use a clay mask once a week to keep my skin glowing! It's also important to keep eating healthily and not gorge yourself on winter roasts and creamy soups... or at least try not to!

lizzie2142[at]hotmail[dot]com

kerry santillo said...

I keep my radiance with a skincare routine, lots of water and a happy attitude!!!

pinkheartcaz said...

I drink plenty of water and make sure I'm hydrated. I make sure I include lots of vegetables and fruits into my diet to ensure my skin is at its best nad looking radiant. I follow a skincare regime which includes cleansing, toning and moisturising twice a day to keep my skin fresh. I also use an exfoliator twice a week.

stevengaunt said...

I cover myself in honey before bed and wash off in morning

Anonymous said...

I use a light moisturiser regulalry. I keep a little tube in my handbag and refresh when needed.

Tracy said...

I make sure I get plenty of fresh air , drink lots of water & a minimum of 6 hours sleep a night . I aslo use a good day & night cream .

piccolanippy said...

I wash and moisturise my face everyday and use a scrub once a week.

ronnie88 said...

I find in winter my skin is a lot dryer than in the warmer months so I moisturise
as often as I can during the day and evening and always cleanse thoroughly

Anonymous said...

Im still searching for that right moisturiser, I suffer from really dry skin in winter (thanks to heaters) Hopefully Benefit will b.right!

katrina.corbett13@hotmail.com

jaz said...

B-y having warm showers
E-xfoliating
N-ever stop smiling
E-ating fruit and veges
F-itness and exercising
I-nvest in moisturiser
T-ry to drink heaps of water

bardie said...

1. Drinking plenty of water
2. Moisturise every day and night
3. Eating fruit and vegetables
4. I like to wear red lipstick to make my skin glow
5. Try to get enough sleep
6. STAY REAL AND STAY BEAUTIFUL!

missklicious said...

Winter makes my skin dry, dull and flaky so I make sure I drink loads of water, slather on the moisturiser and exfoliate religiously!

kerry santillo said...

I hydrate with lots of water and steam my face once a week. Lots of moisturiser!!!

Clearly said...

Rosehip oil - that stuff is gold for smooth, glowing skin and vitamin e lotion is another winter secret weapon!

bambii said...

Splurge on a facial once a fortnight and use a good moisturiser day and night.

daysofourlives123 said...

Throughout these chilly month i use a pore-minimising serum during the day to create a fresh glow which doubles as a perfect makeup base :) At night, i use a thick moisturiser on mky skin to makeup for any damage by heat, wind and sun etc :) I also eat alot of stawberries :) Not only do i adore their juicy flavour, but my skin clears a tiny bit after i eat quite a few of tehm.

YAY for fruit! :P lol That must sound so so lame :P

Anonymous said...

Drink lots of water and moisturise often and use sun protection.

t.boult@hotmail.com

Vija said...

Listen to your body. Treat the inside with as much care as the outside. The outer tells the inner story

JennyB said...

Good food and water bring skin transformation,
Exercise finalizes good health salvation.
Abundant fresh foods give that radiant sensation…
Then I’m positively glowing! A winter time celebration!!

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