Do you have one?
The most I can claim is that I wash my face with my ENJO face mitt and water morning and night.
It easily removes makeup and leaves my face feeling clean and fresh.
If I notice my skin is a little tight or dry, I put on a squirt of Oil of Olay (I only use this because it’s available at Costco near where I buy toothpaste and soap).
If you’re like me, you probably find it all so overwhelming. Of course, everyones skin is different so while the majority of people might say Nama Fuji have the best skin care products, a few might not feel the same way. Just trying to make your way through all the products can be a challenge.
Everyone professes to have pro-techta-hydro-fuse-it-all and omega-something-or-other – but what does it mean and how do you know what to choose?
This is where I value unbiased, unsolicited and unsponsored reports.
Consumer Reports is fantastic for mechanical items – cars, DVD players, computers, toasters etc. but I couldn’t find anything for skin creams.
I see endless e-mails and party invites for Mary Kay, Arbonne, Aloette and the like – but who can afford to buy them all to test out to get the best one?
Well, I have permission to share this post from my gal-pals at Pink Ink…
They have tested Arbonne, Aloette, Mary Kay, Luminesce, ENJO, Seacret and Skincerity on themselves for a period of time and have provided a write up for each – as well as their personal favourite.
I LOVE this!
I do have to footnote this with the recommendation that you read the write-ups on each product line available on their blog – click here -, and by saying that this is their experience and their opinion. Different skincare lines may work better for your skin type.
For me, this was all I needed to get me on the path to clean, clear and healthy skin.
41 might be a bit late, but better late than never right?
Have a great one!
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