This is a Sponsored Post for Influence Central. All opinions are my own.
I love this time of year! I’m one of the few people that don’t mind the drop in temperature. This kind of drop in temperature is never too big in Florida or Arizona! Bring it on.
As the weather changes, my skin feels drier. That’s the only downfall. Dry skin is not a friend of women like me with mature skin. So, not only do I have to worry about hydration, I have to think about antiaging. Luckily, there is help out there.
Have you ever been given a challenge to see if you could see changes over a period of time? I just started challenging myself to lose some weight. I want to start the New Year off right. I also wanted to challenge myself to take better care of my skin. In just a few months I will turn 48 years-old. So, I did the 14 day L’Oreal Paris Revitalift day cream challenge. L’Oreal Paris is inviting women across the U.S to take the Revitalift Challenge for 14 days – to try it and see results or their money back, guaranteed.
I noticed (in the second image) that my skin was smoother, plumper and had more of a glow to it. In 14 days there was a subtle change. My skin is more hydrated which visually helps minimize fine wrinkles. I would recommend L’Oreal Paris Revitalift day cream, especially for more mature skin, like mine.
This is me ready to take on 2019! My skin feels fantastic. What about you? What are you going to change for the New Year? Lose weight, read a book you’ve always wanted to read? Skydive? Or take better care of your skin, like me? Head out to Walmart and purchase L’Oreal Paris Revitalift Triple Power day cream! Your skin will thank you for it.
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