[infobox subtitle="It's Aquaphor!" bg="purple" color="black" opacity="on" space="30" link="no link"]The Reveal[/infobox] Last week I talked about one of my beauty staples, a true classic that functioned as one of the gateway products that taught me not only about the world of beauty, but how to think creatively about make-up. I gave a couple examples of the ways I use this product, essentially the best kept secret in beauty, everything ranging from creating a homemade exfoliator to custom lip colors.
So...the big reveal. If you guessed Aquaphor you guessed correctly! Not only the healing ointment of choice, it's one of my everyday beauty staples that I use in so many ways. This is a sponsored post, but I only work with brands and products I actually use and love, so I'm happy to share all the unique ways I use Aquaphor. From healing dried skin, to serving as the base for any make-up color you could dream up, to taming crazy hair, it's my everything product that's constantly in use.
Please note these are my personal favorite Aquaphor tricks. For more information about the ways you can use the product, please visit www.DiscoverAquaphor.com.
Are you a fan of Aquaphor? Tell me your best at-home tip in the comments!
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