March Eco-Beauty + Lifestyle Favorites (+ a mini-vlog)

Hope you enjoy hearing what I was loving during the month of March, and the footage I included from my vacation this month to the beautiful Caribbean island of St. Martin/Sint Maarten. xoxo, Mercedes.

What I’m wearing
Nails: Smith + Cult Tenderoni http://bit.ly/1XVjzpd
Top: Everlane http://bit.ly/1RvoADb
Lips: Bite Beauty Amuse Bouche in Radish
Bracelet: Young Frankk Cuff

Products Mentioned
Josie Maran Nirvana Hydrating Treatment Mist http://seph.me/1PxrrY4
Tata Harper Moisturizing Mask http://bit.ly/1LYGDmc
SkinOwl Mangosteen Beauty Drops* http://bit.ly/1qgtsDu
Organic bamboo baby washcloths http://amzn.to/1ROnZQx
Laura Mercier Caviar Stick Eye Color in Amethyst http://seph.me/19cwfOU
Too Faced Blush in Your Love Is King (LOVE THE SADE REFERENCE WHETHER IT WAS INTENTIONAL OR NOT) from Too Faced Love Flush Blush Palette http://seph.me/24KxjIT Red Flower Arctic Berry Cloud Milk Cream* http://bit.ly/22qZhKZ
Red Flower Bioactive Berry White Peat Exfoliatant* http://bit.ly/1Zhz8ZG
Eco-Tan Invisible Tan http://bit.ly/1SsQ6Dt
Babyganics Hand Sanitizing Wipes http://bit.ly/1RGVpNL
doTerra Breathe Essential Oil Blend http://bit.ly/1RGVukl
Jovial Gluten Free Chocolate Cream Filled Organic Chocolate Cookies http://bit.ly/1RJn3GJ Go Raw Sprouted Pumpkin Seeds http://bit.ly/1UTCimW

La Musique
1. Untitled – Ron Trent + Chez Damier
2. Teach Me Keep Me – Chez Damier
3. YokoO – Oneness (Live Take)
4. Francis Harris – You Can Always Leave (Black Light Smoke Remix)
5. Caius – Without You

Filming equipment – Canon Rebel t6i + 18-55mm lens

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