Have you heard the beauty buzz about Olay recently? We have all heard about AA creams (anti-aging) and BB Creams (beauty balms) and many of us use both, but have you heard of CC cream? Olay has combined the effects of AA and BB to make CC Cream.
1. Reduce the appearance fine lines and wrinkles
2. Balance and even skin tone
3. Reduce the appearance and discoloration of age spots
4. Improves surface cell turnover with gentle exfoliation
5. Keep away dryness by providing a nourishing moisturizer
6. Provides a moisture barrier to strengthen your skin's natural defenses
7. It will recapture your skin's youthful luminosity
Built into Olay Total Effects is a sheer color coverage to blend perfectly under your make up. There are three tints to help match different skin tones. The fair to light matched me quite well, but it was a little light, yet I knew the light to medium would be way too dark for my skin. Yet, it is perfect as a moisturizing base for my mineral makeup. It totally makes my face flawless when combined with my mineral make up. I also like that I can just use this for when I don't feel like putting all my make up on. It's so easy to use.
Besides being perfect as a base for your make up, it also is a sunscreen with an SPF 15. I live in a desert and a sunscreen is a must especially during summer where the bright sun can really be damaging. My mineral make up is not equipped with sunscreen, so I had to find something or go without.
When I think of a facial moisturizer, my mind goes immediately to Olay. The Olay Total Effects is a beauty secret that needs to be shared and buzzed around so that it will be secret no longer. Try it for yourself. You can find it easily at your local Walmart or find out more at Olay.
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