Replenish and Revive
Leaf People out of Carbondale has new additions to its assortment of Colorado-made skin care products, including its Saffron & Green Tea Peptide Eye Area Toner ($52) and its Forest Glow Face Serum ($95). A little goes a long way with these formulas, so you can have fresh-feeling skin all summer long. More information, visit leafpeople.com.
Whip of a Lifetime
Combat crispy-feeling skin with Adventurist Soap Co.’s whipped body butters ($14.95). One simple slathering on your skin and you will feel the hydration soak in. Find this collection and many more of their Colorado-made skin care products made in Morrison at adventuristsoapco.com.
Subdue Scratchy Skin
Is your skin feeling a bit reptilian? Give Lily Farm Fresh’s Extreme Cream ($24.99) a try. The Keenesburg-based company has a wide range of additional fresh-off-the-farm skin care products that will invigorate your dry skin. More information at lilyfarmfreshskincare.com.
Durango-based Bear Balm has a small arsenal of products, but what they have has gone off with a bang — check the online reviews. The simple body balm ($5 and $12) is made with all-natural ingredients and without all the additives that irritate allergy-prone skin. Throughout the year, you can alleviate dry skin and “Make Your Skin Bearable.” Learn more at bearbalm.us.
Revel the Rehydration
Guys, if your beard is dried out from the cold winter weather, apply a little Beard Oil ($32) from Formulary 55 and stop “bearddruff” in its tracks. The company, based in Pueblo, has a host of additional skin care offerings for women as well. Visit formulary55.com for more information.
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