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My Must-Have Products for Younger Looking Skin

Like most brands I try, I first came across Re:Beauty on Instagram. I've been doing their social media photography for a few months and was very curious to try their luxury skincare line. I do like all-natural brands, but what I like most of all are skincare products that blend nature and science, as Re:Beauty does. Of everything I've tried over the years, I find that these luxury skincare brands always produce the best results.

Of the various luxury skincare brands I've tested, I truly like Re:Beauty the best, for several different reasons. 

It's a simple line with minimal products. As much of a product junkie as I am, it can get overwhelming. I love that with just a few Re:Beauty products, my skin has been in the best shape it's been in since my early twenties (I'm just a few years shy of 40 now.) And with Re:Beauty, I don't need to use mists and toners and countless serums to maintain it...just a few everyday products and their incredible face masks.

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Back 2 School: Helping Children In Need

We're all excited filling up our children's school supplies and buying them new clothes, but let's take a moment to think about kids and parents who are in need. Here are some simple ways you can help this school year.

1. The Backpack Program with Feed America. A lot of children rely on reduced or free lunch programs for some of their meals. But what about whenever school is out for the summer, weekends and vacations? Click here to see how you can help.

2. Backpack 4 Kids. Families who are struggling financially might not be able to afford supplies and backpacks. At CVS pharmacy, you can purchase a filled backpack to donate, or you can make a monetary donation online. Click here for more info.

3. Donate Classroom Supplies. Did you know that most teachers have to buy their own classroom supplies like dry erase markers, antibacterial wipes and art supplies? This just baffles me! Almost anyone can afford to donate. Whenever you're at the store, spend just a few extra dollars on things like tissue, crayons, etc. and send it to school with your child. There should be a website for your child's school where you can find a more specific list of things they might need.

4. Coats for Kids. As the weather turns cold and children have to be outside at the bus stop and during recess, some children desparately need coats. The National Cleaners Association is teaming up with local dry cleaners to collect and distribute donated coats. Click here for more info.

5. Kids In Need Foundation. The Kids In Need Foundation is another place where you can donate supplies or financial support online. Click here to help.

Some of these events are local, but they all have their own version in your own community, just look around, and you can always give financial donations online. Not everyone can afford to give a lot, but most of us can afford to give at least a little.

**SHOP at Save the Children's ZAZZLE store.

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  1. These are all very worthy causes, Christina. I've shared the blog.

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