Let’s be honest, skin care is a delicate and personal thing. What’s good for one person, may not be the answer for another. When it comes to taking care of our aging skin, it’s important to choose skin care products that are right for YOU.
Whether you’re looking for a skin care product to help rid wrinkles and fine lines that also provides hydration, or for acne or large pores, or perhaps you’re looking for a product that will provide you with a youthful healthier feel and look, it’s important that you seek out the skin care regimen that will fulfill your needs.
It’s true, I love reviewing beauty products. Not only do I get wonderful products for free, I also get to tell you all about them in my own voice. And sometimes, I even love them enough to use them forever!!
The most important thing that I look for in skin care products is what it doesn’t contian. I’m not looking for products to put on my face or body that contains the “bad stuff”, nor will I ever review any that do. I also tend to not worry so much about the price, but more about what it can do for me. Another important element I look for is if it’s guaranteed for a full refund if I don’t like it.
Today, I am reviewing NU SKIN ageLOC Elements. This includes 3 products; a facial cleanser, and a day and night moisturizer.
NU SKIN ageLOC Elements
- ageLOC Gentle Cleanse & Tone – purifies and hydrates skin.
- ageLOC Radiant Day SPF 22 – brightens and hydrates skin.
- ageLOC Transforming Night – rich hydration that reduces the look of fine lines, wrinkles, and pores.
I have been using the above skin care regimen faithfully for about 3 weeks and my face feels fresh and smooth. When I choose a night cream, I like to feel it still on my face when I wake up in the morning. The ageLOC Transforming Night does just that. A small dab is all it takes for me.
If you have questions, please contact Holly. Her information can be found on her NU Skin website in the upper left-hand corner. NU Skin is sold exclusively by NU Skin Distributors.
How do you take care of your skin?