My Weekly Beauty Routine w/ Beauty Society

Monday May 24, 2021

Greetings Gorgeous People!

Welcome to my Beauty Monday’s B.R.E.A.T.H.S. blog. Since 2004, I have been using Beauty Society products, starting with their facial skincare line in my mid twenties. Now after 17 years, they have expanded their beauty products to include makeup, facial care, beauty tools, body care, hair care, hand/foot care, fragrances, men’s line, and a monthly Beauty Box subscription. Into my mid forties, I still continue to look and feel fabulous using the same Beauty Society products line, and we keep getting better with age 😉 

Beauty Society Skincare Products I Do Not Use Daily

The last few weeks I have been introducing my daily beauty regimen with Beauty Society Skincare Products, with my first ever YouTube videos showing my daily morning 5-step routine and my evening 4-step routine. The morning and evening routines I do every day, but I do have a few other Beauty Society skincare products I use only a couple times a week or maybe a few times a month for spot treatments. This week I am going to review the other Beauty Society Skincare products that I use on a weekly basis. 

Beauty Society Masks Used A Couple Times Weekly

“Baby Calm Down” – Used Often To Hydrate Under Eyes and Lips
“Saving Face” – Used Every Other Day (See Video Below)

Beauty Society Repair Products Use When Needed

“Crystal Ball” – Use A Couple Times A Week (won’t use other resurfacers)
“Drama Free” – Use After Crystal Ball Application
“Poker Face” – Use Before I Apply Makeup
“Liquid Luxury” – Use For Dry Skin Patches

Beauty Society’s Hottest Product On the Market – “Saving Face

Our most popular product right now is, “Saving Face” anti-aging foaming facial mask with Advanced BTX. This mask became popular at our skincare parties because the customers can feel the oxygenating bubbles working instantly to clean out bacteria and other toxins.  The advanced BTX dramatically plumps the skin leaving it hydrated, smooth, and revitalized after one use. After just a few days of use, dark spots are appearing lighter, skin is tighter, and wrinkles/fine lines are reducing. I have included a video of how to use it (see below).

“My Third Beauty Society YouTube Video”

How To Find Out More About Beauty Society Products

I became a Beauty Advisor to learn how to take care of my skin, help others care for their skin, help my friend’s new business (now a teenager), look great, feel amazing in my new flawless skin, and make some side cash. If you would like some more information about the products, would like to find out your personal skin care regime, or maybe you are interested in our Beauty Advisor program, please email me at or check out our website

Thank you for reading,

Dr. Jaime Brainerd, Ed.D.

*Disclaimer: I am a Beauty Society advisor, when you click on the links provided you will be directed back to my Beauty Society website where I do make a profit off the retail amount, however, there will be no extra charges to you. If you are interested in purchasing the products at a discount, you can sign up as an elite customer or advisor to save an extra 25% off everything, and 50% off our product of the month. 

About the Author

Dr. Brainerd

Hello, I am Dr. Jaime Brainerd Ed.D., a lifelong learner, beauty consultant, author, financial specialist, artist, traveler, health enthusiast, and self care advocate. Please follow my website for my B.R.E.A.T.H.S. blogs.

3 thoughts on “My Weekly Beauty Routine w/ Beauty Society

  1. Looking good! Congrats on your first videos! I have not been that brave yet. Also, I’m not a big mask person, but I love the names of these products. Very creative!

  2. What a great video, congratulations and your face looks fabulous. I don’t wear makeup or do much to my face except watch the wrinkles. LOL I’ll check your line out.

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