If you love a head to toe glow, then you’ll love the REN Radiance skincare range! I recently tested several products designed to illuminate and exfoliate skin. They’re perfect for post-winter dullness.

Add some zing to your morning (or evening) with the Ready Steady Glow Daily AHA Tonic. This daily exfoliating toner brightens and exfoliates skin while minimizing the appearance of pores. The formula contains Lactic Acid plus natural bio-actives, so don’t forget sunscreen at the end of your regimen. If you are a sensitive skin type, make sure to do a patch test first. I experienced tingling, but not irritation (however your mileage may vary) with this toner. This will definitely jumpstart your skin!

REN Glow Daily Vitamin C Gel Cream: This lightweight moisturizer has become a staple in my morning routine. A vitamin C cream will help brighten and fade hyperpigmentation. I apply this gel-cream after the Ready Steady Glow Daily AHA Tonic. I love how light it is, plus it absorbs into skin easily without being sticky, and has a lovely citrus scent. The formula includes stable vitamin C, plus magnesium, and can be used by all skin types. I haven’t experienced any irritation or burning. Highly recommend this one!

AHA Smart Renewal Body Serum is the product you didn’t know you needed! This is a moisturizing body serum (lighter in texture than a lotion) that I apply to my skin right after showering. The AHA Smart Renewal Body serum helps improve dullness, dryness and uneven skin tone..exfoliating and hydrating at the same time. This was just the post-winter skincare remedy I needed. It has a light, citrus scent, which I love, and leaves my skin so SMOOTH it’s crazy.

One of the things I like about REN Skincare is their committment to ‘clean’ beauty products; it’s also a cruelty-free line. Out of all the REN Skincare products I’ve tried, these three are my favorites. Have you tried this line?


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