Fashion & Beauty

For Gorgeous Skin! Revitalift by L’Oreal

This post is NOT sponsored. I’m wearing no foundation or concealer.

There you have it ladies & gents. It’s part of my job to research the best beauty products out there and here’s my pick to get your skin looking great in 2020. I’ve read about the Revitalift products in all of the best magazines and done tons of research online. Hands down people are raving about this very well priced line of products by the beauty giant L’Oreal. Heaps of research has gone into these products that are well known for reducing fine lines, moisturizing with out being greasy, firming and brightening skin. I’ve been using it on my face, neck and chest now for a month and I saw results as early as a few days! I’ve been getting tons of compliments on my skin, so I just had to share all of this excitement with all of you.

Three essentials that I suggest you add to your regime are the Revitalift Triple Powered Moisturizer ($19.99) this is formulated with the big 3: Pro-Retinol, Hyaluronic Acid and Vitamin C. The Hyaluronic Acid Serum ($23.99) this glides on like silk and is absorbed quickly, use this morning and night. Hyaluronic Acid is used to plump the skin and visibly reduce wrinkles. Also, the Glycolic Acid Serum ($23.99) for the evening. This is known to resurface the skin to visibly reduce dark spots in just 2 weeks (I’ve seen these results.) The trifecta here is as great as you can get without a prescription. If you have sensitive skin you are in luck too, most of the products in this line are fragrance-free, they are all validated by dermatologists and for all skin types. The moisturizer comes with or without a light fragrance and the serums are fragrance free and all products are paraben free.

As you likely know (but reminders are always helpful) You need to wear sunscreen everyday rain or shine. The Revitalift line has this too, a broad spectrum SPF 25 ($13.59) that is great for normal daily use. On the mountain I wear a higher at least 40 SPF (I love this one by Supergoop!) when skiing, the refection of the snow is very harsh on the skin.

Winter days can be harsh on skin and my skiing habit means that my face is exposed to freezing temps and wind every day. This could (and has in the past) cause extreme dryness and irritated skin. No way is this a option or something I want to live with. It’s essential for all of us to stay well moisturized and protected from the harsh sun (even on those cloudy days.)

Feel like making your skin look gorgeous? The Revitalift line is waiting for you!




~ Marla Meridith

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