Made in America: D’Andra Simmons’ Fabulous Skin Care Line

A few weeks ago we  celebrated our troops, our lives, our love ones, and the freedom to  live in America. Although not a perfect country, I am so thankful that I have the opportunity to live and work in the U.S.

D’Andra founder of Hard Night Good Morning Photo Credit Bode Helm

This summer  I would like to share a few companies with you whose products are Made in America. Please feel free to share with me any Made In America companies you love and would like me to spotlight. Beauty: Hard Night Good Morning Dallas, Tx

People Magazine Winner and founder of HNGM D’Andra Simmons Photo Credit Thomas Garza Photography

A few months ago I got the opportunity to be a guest at the People Magazine’s Most Beautiful People Party were I met D’Andra Simmons.  She’s been in the magazine twice, and her product has been in various magazines over fifty times.  D’Andra’s a beauty expert and founder  of Hard Night Good Morning Skin Care. She’s a Dallas native with a heart the size of Texas.  I now call her a personal friend. She is a philanthropist, entrepreneur and one of the smartest lady’s I know.    I stay up late a lot writing, reading, and even watching dvd’s for work and without D’Andra’s products I would look a bit scary. Her eye cream has saved me on numerous occasions.

D’Andra Simmons Hard Night Good Morning Campaign Photo Credit Bode Helm

I wish she made eye drops to help with my red eyes, but for now I will continue to use the miracle eye cream.  Whether you spent the night party-hopping, cramming for finals, or running around town with your fellow bachelorettes, D’Andra’s line is full of rejuvenating natural ingredients to keep you looking well-rested, even after only a few hours of shut-eye. Coined as “a boozehound’s best friend,” her revitalizing facial serum is jam-packed with firming ingredients including Gatuline In- Tense, and  Osilift, along with soothing aloe vera, moisturizing hyaluronic acid, clarifying green tea extract, toning guarana extract, baobab and calming acai.

Popping up in stores across the nation, Hard Night Good Morning is now available for party girls and socialites alike in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Washington DC, Virginia, Maryland and New Jersey

My favorite products include: Facial Cocktail Serum $69.99 Eye Cream $ 38.99 Hard Night Good Morning You can purchase  online and by clicking  HERE for store locations in the U.S.

D’Andra in the lab working hard. Photo Credit Amy Karp

D’Andra has donated her AM Cleanser

Read about it below AM Cleanser

Refresh your skin first thing in the morning with our exfoliating cleanser enhanced with Jojoba beads to gently slough off dead skin cells and leave the skin with a healthy glow. Our formula of Açai and Papaya Extracts combines with a concentrated blend of Wild Blueberries, Grapes, Grape Seeds, Raspberries, Raspberry Seeds, Cranberries, Prunes, Cherries, Strawberries, Wild Bilberries, and Green Tea to enhance the antioxidant properties that protect against cellular damage due to free radicals, as well as oxidative damage caused by the environment. Weight: 6.6 Fluid Ounce

Hard Night Good Morning Product Line Photo Credit Bode Helm

Here’s how to enter: There are two steps. Please pick any two options for #2

1. Leave a comment on this blog telling us what you like about D’Andra products

2. AND follow this blog on Facebook. If you have already done this step your options are to: subscribe to this blog or invite a friend.. If you choose the last option you need to email us with you and the friends name that subscribed to our blog. Please email

Good Luck Everyone

Contest ends Saturday  July 21st 10 p.m. Central Time


3 Comments Add yours

  1. Reblogged this on DFW Bites of Style and commented:

    The contest ends today.. Don’t forget to register to win

  2. ashley few says:

    Awesome product! Natural ingredients that work for all types of skin

  3. ashley few says:

    Ps. Who wouldn’t love looking great with only a few hours of sleep. Every mommy in America should the products maybe there would be fewer tv shows about mommys make-overs.

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