Yay! It is finally feeling like winter in Los Angeles. Can you believe that the weather has dropped to as low as 40 degrees?! This is so out of the norm and I am pretty sure that this has to be a record winter for Southern California.

Most people move to LA to experience this resort-like weather all year around but for native Angelenos like myself we wait all year to feel the chill because that means we can finally go into the back of my closet and pull out the thigh high boots and favorite jacket! I mean this fashion chance only comes around maybe one month out of the year in LA, so I have to make sure that I do it right, right?!

Anywho, with all of the great fashion opportunities that come with the winter, my skin takes a major toll with the change in the weather. The luminous and supple skin that I work so hard to preserve all year around becomes dry and dull by mid-December. This year I created a moisture rich facial oil to combat extreme dryness that promotes a dewy finish. #dewygoals And not to brag or anything but since I have been using this facial oil I have been going around town looking like I just left paradise.


If you are trying to have a summer like glow in the winter, try making my Winter Glow Face Oil your skin will just eat it up. The power ingredient in the face oil is Kukui Oil which can literally turn even the driest skin into a radiant glow in an instant. Packed with the antioxidants vitamin A, C and E that penetrate the skin easily, Kukui oil is good for all skin types because it moisturizes and leaves the skin soft and silky.

All the ingredients in the Winter Glow Face Oil can be purchased at your local natural foods grocer or on amazon and they are fairly inexpensive.

Winter Glow Face Oil

What You’ll Need:

3/4 oz- Argan Oil

1/2 oz- Rosehip Oil

1/2 oz- Kukui Oil

1 tsp- Vitamin E

10-15 drops- Ylang Ylang Essential Oil

2 oz Amber Dropper Bottle (This is important, the dark amber color helps protect the nutrients from the oil from dying out)

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