For me, the most successful self-care routines (fitness, prayer/mediation, beauty, etc.) all have one thing in common—they’re simple!
I’m at that interesting age where acne is still a thing, but I know wrinkles and aging are around the corner.
When it comes to my skincare, I have to address both.
If you’ve followed my skincare journey you know that I am OBSESSED with using Olay Daily Facials to cleanse my skin.
When it comes to moisturizing, I’ve been trying to put together a skin routine that I can be consistent with. That’s why I accepted the Olay 28 Day Challenge.
I decided that for 28 days, I would use the Olay Total Effects Moisturizer with SPF 15 and Olay Eyes Deep Hydrating Eye Gel.
I started the challenge as New York City transitioned from warm to cold temperatures—this usually makes my normally oily skin super dry.
After a few days I began to notice a difference, my skin was balanced again. Instead of feeling dry, my skin felt hydrated, soft and moisturized without being oily. The dry skin I was experiencing as the seasons changed fell away and with every day of application I would wake up feeling more moisture returning to my skin.
As I near the end of the challenge, I definitely feel that my skin is a lot more supple, hydrated and fresh looking (not too oily, not too dry) and my deep-set under eyes looked rejuvenated to me.
One trick I love to use is putting my Hydrating eye gel in the fridge at night for a nice cool application in the morning.
Check out my YouTube video for more tricks on how to make the most of your 28 day challenge!
Have you started the challenge? If so, let me know how it is going for you! If you have not started the challenge, go to Olay Skin Advisor to find out your recommended products. Then, the first 15 followers to use code: 28DAYS6475 will get $40 off their purchase!
Remember to go to Olay Skin Advisor to find out your recommended products. Then, the first 15 followers to use code: 28DAYS6475 will get $40 off their purchase!
This post is a collaboration with my friends at Olay. Of course, all opinions are my own.