I've been meaning to write this post for months but here we are! It's volume 2 of my 'influenced' series. I've been following influencers for over 10 years and I've been influenced to buy so many different products. Almost all the products I buy, I usually end up loving so I in turn, have to influence all of you!

It's important to note that I am easily influenced but all these products are actually worth it. 

Charlotte Tilbury Setting Spray

I'm not sure of which influencer I saw use this, perhaps it was a collective gaggle of different people, but the Charlotte Tilbury Setting Spray is one of the best beauty products of all time. It's the only setting spray I dare to use because of the fine mist and the way it truly sets my makeup for days. That's not a hyperbole, I've had a really hard time taking makeup off when I use this. My makeup stays on for hours and stays looking perfect. It's like Charlotte put magic in a bottle. I will never use anything else.

Ole Henriksen Cold Plunge Pore Mask

Jenna Rennert has talked about this mask for years and I would trust her with my life, so I knew it had to be good. Plus, the mask is a beautiful shade of blue and has a minty, cooling feeling when you apply it. The Cold Plunge Pore Mask is supposed to mimic the feeling of sinking your body into a cold plunge, which is originally part of the Scandinavian sauna cycle but has become very mainstream. 

This mask clears your pores out like nobody's business. It's formulated with lactic acid, suitable for all skin types and really detoxifies your skin. My face feels incredibly soft, smooth, and ready to take on the day whenever I use it. It's one of the best masks I've ever used and I will continue to repurchase for the rest of time. 

Hatch Restore Alarm Clock

Everyone and their mother has been talking about the Hatch Restore alarm clock for years and I've come so close so many times to buying it, but resisted. Then, the minute Daylight Savings Time started again, I knew I was going to need a gentle way to wake up in the morning. I sprung for the expensive alarm clock, subscribed to the yearly membership and haven't looked back. It's so pretty and looks nice on my nightstand but it's so useful. I love the meditations, the unwind sounds and the way you could set up a nighttime routine to lull you to sleep. The sunrise alarm feature is perfect for those hard mornings and I love not being woken up by the blaring sound of a phone alarm. Waking up to birds is so much nicer and easier on my body. 

If you don't want to spring for the pricier Hatch Restore, try another sunrise alarm. That is really why I bought the alarm clock and it's a game changer. 

Maelove Skincare

For years I had heard about Maelove Skincare from various beauty gurus on YouTube, most notably, Jessica Braun. After debating buying this serum focused, affordable skincare brand, I was delighted to find out that they wanted to send me some products in PR. I was influenced to try but also really excited that the feeling was mutual! I have used their entire product lineup and have to say it's incredible skincare. Their best seller is the Glow Maker and I stand by that being one of the best Vitamin C serums on the market. 

I also loved The Hydrator, Nia 10 Calming Serum, and the Sheer Silk Cleanser. They also have a variety of different retinols to try based on skin type and user experience. The products are straight forward, no fuss and I think ideal for someone who doesn't know where to start with their skincare routine. 

What are some things you've been influenced to buy?
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