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Glowing Summer Skin Routine | LeighAnnSays

Summer is here and this is my glowing Summer skin routine! I have a few favorite products that keep my skin feeling moisturized and ready for all the crop tops and shorts I love. Moisturized Summer skin = happy skin! What are your favorite Summer skincare products??? Like it if you like it! xx

This video was sponsored by Skintimate. I only recommend things I use and I think you guys would like too. I am dedicated to transparency and I have and will always disclose this kind of information.

Skintimate Moisturizing Shave Gel http://bit.ly/1n2EhkC

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Schick Quattro Razor http://bit.ly/UMfQ3h
Skintimate Moisturizing Shave Gel http://bit.ly/1n2EhkC
Vaseline Total Moisture Cocoa Radiant Lotion http://bit.ly/1pIJ8wp
Nature's Way Coconut Oil http://bit.ly/1mNlk6R

CAMERA: Canon EOS Rebel T4i 18MP Digital SLR http://amzn.to/1ffE6PB

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