This year has been a big year for me, I turned the big “50,” I am a Mimi to three little boys, and I retired from teaching.
As the holidays quickly approach, I am working on my holiday tradition of finding matching PJ sets for my grandsons. I started it last year and thought it was so cute, I wanted to do it again this year. They loved it too, although I am not sure that the older they get, they will want to continue this tradition.
We are super close and spend a lot of time with our grands. One thing they know is Mimi loves to take pictures. Especially during the holidays.
While I was looking at last year’s PJ sets, I saw pictures of me and realized how much like a Mimi I looked. I decided I want a better version of myself, and I want to find something that will help me do just that!
I realized I needed help fighting my tired -face look, so I could look like a young Mimi! I found L’Oréal Age Perfect Cell Renewal Rosy Tone Moisturizer and began using it. I love how lightweight it feels on my oily skin! For the first time, I have found something that doesn’t add to my oily skin.
I realized quickly it was exactly what I was looking for. My skin felt velvety and I looked less tired within a few days. I have always had an issue with moisturizers, since my skin is already so oily, usually leaving my skin feeling sticky. Not with L’Oréal Age Perfect Cell Renewal Rosy Tone Moisturizer, it makes my skin feel fresh and soft.
People are now saying, “You look like a young Mimi.” I just smile and thank them. I am so grateful I have found a way to combat my aging and can spend the holidays worried about something other than how “old” I may look in the holiday pictures!
Having photo memories this year that I can be proud of will make these holidays extra special. I love the way my skin and face feel thanks to L’Oréal Age Perfect Cell Renewal Rosy Tone Moisturizer. I have added it to my daily routine.
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