Monday, March 30, 2015
I was in the mall in Port Charlotte this past weekend. Shopping on a weekend is something I generally try to avoid, but I found myself nearby and I did have a couple of things I needed to purchase.
One of the things I needed was face cream. I like a moisture/sunscreen combination.
I think I already wrote about my darling grandson asking me a while ago, "Grandma, no offense, but did you know there is stuff you can buy that takes away wrinkles?"
Well, I don't believe there is such a magical substance, but there are creams and serums that slough off dry skin and brighten and even tone a little bit. I try to do what I can do in my low maintenance kind of way.
Within reason. This stuff sounds really good. And the sales staff will rave about it. But they don't have the price tag displayed like they do online.
I did try to make a deal--if I bought it and my grandson did not notice a difference I would get my money back. Alas, I am not such a skilled negotiator. No deal.
The product line also includes potions that are unique for every area of the body and every little thing you could possibly think to worry about, right down to the gunk in your pores.
There is a magnetic mud mask that says right on the package "essential for proper skin care and for your spiritual well being." The emphasis is mine, but the words were on the box. Now even at 200 bucks, that is a bargain!