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October 04, 2015

L’OREAL REVITALIFT™ ROUTINE + REVIEW

LOREAL REVITALIFT #ASKSKINEXPERT

My skin and I have been through the good times, the bad times, stress, sun damage and all the hormone ups and downs you could possibly imagine.  There are several things about myself I'm working on changing, and the most important one is my overall health.  I have no regrets in life, because I look at each experience as a lesson, but it definitely shows on my face.


I've been under a tremendous amount of stress over the past few years and I'm working to get through it. My stress isn't just caused by work or personal issues, but I also suffer from endometriosis. Besides the terrible pain and complications that this ugly disease causes, hormone imbalance is the worst.  This causing unwelcomed periods of adult acne.  Even now, in my late 30's I get pretty bad breakouts and feel like I'm right back in junior high again. 

My main skin concerns are wrinkles, large pores and skin discoloration due to the hormone imbalance and acne scaring.  Over the past few weeks I've been using L’Oréal Revitalift™ and I've been quite happy with the results.  I start in the morning with Revitalift Anti-Wrinkle + Firming Day Cream SPF 18 and Revitalift Anti-Wrinkle + Firming Eye Cream Revitalift™ then apply the  Anti-Wrinkle + Firming Night Cream before bed.  

I've noticed a drastic change in the firmness in my skin and decrease in the size of my pores. (yay!) I love the night cream, because it prevents new wrinkles from forming while I sleep.  As I continue this beauty routine, I will also up my daily water intake, enjoy more "me" time and keep focusing on my health! If you are ready to get your own customized and find the right solution for your skin, go to www.lorealskinexpert.com 




The pics are a little different in color only because they were taken at different times of the day. 
(and ignore the acne scars...)

LOREAL REVITALIFT #ASKSKINEXPERT




This is a sponsored post for L’Oréal/Conde Nast

1 comment :

Stine likes said...

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