Beauty in Bloom at Elements

April 13, 2016 · 0 comments

Whose beauty routine needs an overhaul with this crazy, erratic weather?


Did you raise your hand? Insert your girly one arm-raised emoji? Me too.

And guess what? The ladies at Elements Beauty Shop have read your mind, because Elements is holding a Beauty in Bloom event this Tuesday, April 19 at 5:30 p.m.


This event will include Erno Laszlo skincare expert, Julie Glazer, and the Elements Beauty Bloggers. You can sample the (animal testing-free!) products, gather recommendations based upon your skin needs and desires (always huge for me), and bond with all us skincare freaks.

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The Erno Laszlo brand will be highlighted at this event, and for a good reason. I’ve been sampling the products, and rest assured I’ll be snagging some full-sized bottles at the event.

Erno Laszlo was a famous eccentric dermatologist from Hungary that came to America and opened an institute in 1939. His mantra is “Beautiful skin takes commitment, not a miracle.” I love this! It’s so true. A more targeted skin regimen with specified products to what my skin needed was a huge game changer for me about a year ago. Yes, it’s more involved, but my skin looks so much different than it did when I was solely using basic drug store cleansers and moisturizer.


I did a J Lo glowy skin dance.

Erno Laszlo’s innovative products are known to cleanse and exfoliate while replenishing and restoring your skin – giving you that famous “Laszlo Glow.”

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See that little black bottle? It’s called TranspHuse. It contains my new favorite eye cream. Coming from me and my streamlined skincare routine from my esthetician, that’s a big statement.

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The recipe for a great new cleaning ritual from Erno? The left pre-cleansing oil on the left, paired with the small back soap bar you see in the photo above, topped with the light controlling lotion on the right. I could feel my pores tightening, but my skin was moisturized and refreshed by the oil, so it wasn’t dry, like my skin is prone to be.

And I can’t sign off without highlighting a few of my all-time favorite items from Elements.

1. COOLA Face SPF 30 Makeup Setting SprayI’ve mentioned this product before, but I need to drive it home now that the weather is warming up and the sun is out. I love that I can wear whatever makeup I choose, but I’ll still be covered with SPF as long as I use this makeup setting spray. It’s a great tool against gross heat makeup-sliding, as well. Use this for the sun protection and for keeping your makeup in place.

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2. Jack Black Bump Fix Razor Bump & Ingrown Hair SolutionOkay, this one isn’t for me. But this has been a complete lifesaver for Alex’s razor burn on his neck. I got this for him for Christmas, and his itchiness and ingrown hairs have dramatically reduced. Enough that he is less bothered, and I can’t see it anymore. And he just let me know he’s running low the other night. Guess who is being dragged to the Beauty in Bloom Event!! …Kidding.

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3. The Gift Sets. I love snagging their pretty soaps paired with decorative dishes. They are perfect for when you need a small hostess or housewarming gift. Check out their fill page of gift “extras”. I love this Fringe Satomi Bouquet Tray and Soap Set and would totally put it in my guest bath.

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So, come on out to the event on Tuesday night! I’d love to see you there, chat about our skin, and peruse the products. Last year’s event was so fun, so I’m really looking forward to this one. Be sure to RSVP in the Facebook event.

Don’t forget to use the code LIFEOFBLYSS to get 10% off these and any other products  at or in their Carytown boutique.

This post is a sponsored collaboration with Elements Beauty Shop.  All opinions are my own. Thank you, as always, for supporting LOB and its sponsors!


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