#Olay #ad #Ageless Youthfulness will always be in style, but I feel like lately it’s had even more of a resurgence. Just look at our recent music: the Chainsmokers bravely proclaim “we ain’t never getting older”, Troye Sivan’s aptly named “Youth” notes “we’ve no time for getting old”… are we in denial, or is this goal of permanent youth actually *gasp* achievable?
“Sure,” many of you smirk, “with the right surgeon.” Reality TV alone is proof that a youthful appearance can be bought, but the price tag is no joke. Or is it? Can we reverse the hands of time without taking out a home equity line of credit to foot the bill on poisonous injectables, irreversible surgical procedures or celeb-endorsed $300 ointments made of only the finest free-range bald eagle spit?
The answer is yes. Ladies, welcome to the future. Gone are the days when we had to step beyond the drugstore doors and shell out makeup-counter dollars to get a decent quality skincare product. It’s 2017, and youth is now within your budget.
But don’t those pricey products work better? That’s what the snobby counter girl WANTS you to think, but the only real added benefits go on her commission check. Consider this: Good Housekeeping Institute did a study on 10 top prestige beauty creams (including one with a $440 price tag), and drugstore powerhouse Olay’s Regenerist Micro-sculpting Cream outperformed them ALL. Say what? Continue reading “How I’m never getting older – or poorer. #Olay #ad #Ageless” »
Skin is your largest organ, and it does a lot to protect your body from bacteria and viruses. It’s important to take the time each day to take care of it and keep it healthy. If you don’t have a regular skincare routine, it’s never too late to establish one. It’s okay to start slow with developing your personal skincare routine. It can take some time to figure out what works best for your skin type. It’s okay to try different products to determine what you like. Continue reading “Pampering Your Skin From Head to Toe” »
Never heard of eb5? I hadn’t either before trying out the line, but it turns out they’ve been making waves in skincare since long before I was even alive to judge celebs (not by the content of their character, but by the length of their hot pants).
You gals know that I like science. Proven, real-life skincare that works, not African gold dust and eagle spit. Just so you know, the few scientifically proven ingredients that I’ve researched enough to feel confident have a topical effect on skin are: retinol; peptides; hyaluronic acid and Vitamin C. Those proven ingredients should make up the basis of your skincare arsenal. Continue reading “New Radiance Naturals Vitamin C Serum Review” »
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