There’s a time when a young woman realizes she’s getting old. You can’t fight aging but you can sure as heck slow down the signs of aging. No, I don’t mean plastic surgery. Really, all it takes is starting a daily skin care routine and reading the ingredients to products you use on your face. Start one as early as possible. There are products made specifically for young girls and mature women, finding products for the age group in between is a little more difficult.
I’m in my mid 20s and one night I woke up, heart racing, realizing how close I am to hitting thirty. Aside from the panic thoughts of ‘where is my life going’ and ‘I can’t believe how little I’ve accomplished,’ I thought about the health of my skin. I’ve been using moisturizer with an SPF since I was 15, in that regards I’ve taken fairly well of my face. As I got older I switched to a moisturizer with a higher SPF and more protection. Now I’m at the road where I need to start taking other precautions. This little revelation came to me when I started noticing dry, flaky patches around my cheek bones and mouth when I wake up in the morning. Then there were the dark circles from my insomnia and the dullness of my complexion. It wasn’t enough to cleanse before bed and moisturize in the morning, I needed something else. After some research I came across Biore’s Restore Skin-Boosting Night Serum. I know, it’s a mouthful.
I compared the reviews and prices with several other products both drugstore and department store brands. Biore’s night serum was by far the most reasonable sounding in terms of price and positive reviews, so I gave it a shot. Considering the state of the current economy I really didn’t want to splurge on some $50 tiny bottle of cream and risk wasting my money. Don’t be put off by the small size. It’s well worth the money at just $10 for a 1.41 oz bottle.
The product claims to help your skin restore itself while you sleep and keep it moisturized. This night serum contains Celandine (wild yellow poppy),vitamins A and C, antioxidants, chamomile, sage, rosemary, aloe and nettle extracts that work to strengthen your skin. It’s also oil free so it won’t clog your pores. After months of trying this product out I’d definitely recommend it. It does everything that it claims. I no longer wake up with dry, flaky skin. I always wake up looking well rested, even on days I’m not, and my skin is soft and vibrant. I like that the serum is so light that once you put it on you forget it’s there.
It comes in a small bottle but a little bit goes a long way. You really don’t need much because that bottle will last you months. If you’re looking for a night cream or serum that does the job with an affordable price tag, get Biore Restore Skin-Boosting Night Serum.
There are numerous plastic surgery and cosmetic surgery options in abundance if serums and medicine prove futile.
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