Have you guys shopped Prime Day yet? My eye masks were on sale yesterday and I am so bummed I missed out on them. They sold out in the first hour! But as a proud member of Amazon Prime, I wanted to share my 5 most used Amazon purchases. Some of these are products I have been buying for years and many of you have seen them pop up on here or Instagram time after time.
I love to hear about what people find on Amazon. A TTD reader recommended these Glass Straws and we have been using them at home for our smoothies (love that they come with a little brush to clean). What are some of your favorites? xx Ashley
PS: More of my Amazon purchases can be found here.
5 THINGS I USE FROM AMAZON
1. ROBANDA ANTI-AGING HAND TREATMENT
If you guys follow my IG stories, you know I’ve been using this hand cream for years. One of the first signs of aging begins on your hands and a great way to prevent age spots and fine lines is with a good hand cream + SPF.
My mom always told me to wear SPF on my hands to help keep them looking young. At 31, I am still very cautious about wearing sunscreen but I honestly forget sometimes. This hand cream has SPF and helps reduce fine lines or age spots. I keep one in my nightstand and in my desk. Highly recommend!
3. ANKER PORTABLE POWER CHARGER
I may not use this every day, but it sure gets lots of use on trips or days when I have back to back meetings. This is a Prime Day deal too!
Thank you, Jamie, for the recommendation! These are easy to clean and work well with most tumblers or smoothie cups.
Have you tried face rolling? It’s been linked to several skin benefits including reducing inflammation in your face. And though jade rollers have been getting attention on social media lately, they’re actually an ancient beauty practice. Women from China have been relying on jade for centuries to stimulate and massage skin, among other rituals. Rose quartz can remove toxins, diminish dark circles, promote lymphatic drainage (puffiness), improve circulation and even help with skin’s elasticity. A long list for such a small tool, right?
See how I use it in this post.