VIDEO: KERRently Empty, September 2020

Prose Pre-Shampoo Mask // Drybar Detox Dry Shampoo // Kerastase VIP Spray // R+Co Vicious Hairspray // Clairol Shimmer Lights Purple Shampoo // ItCosmetics Bye Bye Foundation in Neutral Medium (Blog post about this foundation versus the CC cream can be found HERE) // PCA Skin Hyaluronic Acid Boosting Serum // Revision Nectifirm Advanced // IsClinical Cleaning Complex // Augustinus Bader The Rich Cream // PCA Neck & Décolletage Cream // Neocutis Micro-Firm Neck Cream (the bottle looks different but I PROMISE its the same….they changed their branding a couple of months ago!) // Strivectin Tightening Neck Cream // Mario Badescu Vitamin A-D-E Neck Cream // Amazon Sweater (Part of a set & you can find the matching shorts HERE) // Apple Watch Band

Now that we are marching into October and all things fall, its time to take one last look into September and see all the products I emptied out last month!

I kindof hit the jackpot last month with the empties, and they are pretty much all HAIR & SKIN….and quite frankly, they spurred all sorts of thoughts about what I am using, why I am using it, & if its really worth the money!

Also, be warned…I go on quite the rant about neck creams & why I can’t seem to find the perfect formula just yet!

Feel free to chime in down below with any neck cream feedback you’ve got!

  • Pam

    Why don’t you use a neck cream that reduces wrinkles then layer your HA cream over it for moisture? Also you can use filler to fill the necklines but that is very expensive.

  • Ellie

    The Elemis neck and décolleté balm is worth a shot. I’ve been using for about a month and can see a difference!

  • Stephanie Anderson

    I am loving the itworks! Neck cream! They partnered with Dr. Nassif. So far it’s my favorite and I have a few friends hooked too!

  • Amanda

    Love your blog and videos because you always recommend great products. I’ve begun using the Strivectin Neck Cream because I’m also obsessed with not getting crepe skin. How much do you usually use? It says a little goes a long way, but because it’s a thicker type paste I want to be sure I’m using enough to be effective, but not wasteful.