Age Defying Classic Eye Gel is something that’s become apart of my daily staple products.
Recently I started using a retinol eye cream which I regret because it really dried my eye area out and also made my finer lines even more prominent than they were.
I decided I wanted to add something to my regime that was light, cool, and refreshing to prep my eyes and that’s where Olay Age Defying Classic Eye Gel ($9.49) came into play for me.
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Bliss Micro Magic Spa Powered Microdermabrasion Treatment ($48) get in my cart and start exfoliating my dry skin dammit!
This powerful yet gentle cream exfoliater uses fine volcanic pumice to massage away your dry, flaky dead skin cells.
Neutrogena Rapid Wrinkle Repair Moisturizer has wrecked my skin for the past several weeks. Holy crackers (my dad always says that lol don’t ask..)!
I made it my resolution this year that I’d start using a retinol and after a little research the most widespread recommendation says at my age a drugstore retinol is the way to go.
Needless to say I use, adore, and swear by Philosophy Miracle Worker Pads however, I wanted something a little stronger. I don’t yet have fine lines on my face but I’d like to prevent them and I thought a retinol would do great things for not only prevention but also evening out my skin tone and exfoliating my skin. Holy cow that last part was true…
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Meet the new Clinique Acne Solutions Clinical Clearing Gel that’s coming soon to Clinique counters everywhere (March 2014 to be exact).
Acne is a universal skin care concern…actually I have dry, dull skin but no issues with acne but I’ll switch with you any day if you do have blemish issues because I swear dry skin is the work of the devil.
Fact is, acne effects us all across all ages, genders, and ethnicities sometime in our life or even in our daily life. The number is smaller for adults but at least 20% of adult women and men suffer from acne issues and most likely if you’re one of them chances are you’ve tried a ton of treatments that can be a bit too harsh for your sensitive skin or even too costly if they are prescription based.