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My L’Oréal Paris Revitalift Triple Power Collection Skincare Challenge: Week 1

by Amber on September 21, 2012

in skincare,Sponsored

Okay, so my skin isn’t so youthful anymore…

It was about two months ago, that I looked at myself in one of my mirrored closet doors as I glanced across the room. And it was at that very moment, I realized, my skin isn’t looking as young or resilient as it once did. Sure, I’ve known my skin is aging for quite some time now—I’m 36—but I had that cringe of horror that maybe I should start to embrace or look into getting fillers at the dermatologist’s office. It was quite a humbling moment in my beauty career.

The main things I’m noticing (and driving me crazy)…

  • loss of youthful eye contour
  • loss of overall firmness of my skin
  • the start of marionette lines
  • slight creases between my eyebrows
  • some small wrinkles here and there

Over the next four weeks, I’ve agreed to take a challenge with the new Revitalift Triple Power Collection from L’Oréal Paris. I’ll be using the Revitalift Triple Power Concentrated Treatment Serum, Eye Treatment, and Deep-Acting Moisturizer. In weekly posts, I’ll be sharing my experiences with each of the three products and discuss how I feel on their effectiveness. I hope you’ll join me!

From L’Oréal Paris…

L’Oréal Paris RevitaLift introduces Triple Power – three anti-aging skincare products designed to help fight the 3 dimensions of aging. When just fighting wrinkles isn’t enough, you need to go beyond a one-dimensional approach to restore skin’s youthful look. Challenge this approach with a powerful and luxurious cream (Triple Power Deep-Acting Moisturizer) that visibly addresses the three dimensions of aging skin: wrinkles, loss of facial volume and loss of firmness.  The RevitaLift Triple Power collection also includes a Concentrated Serum and an Eye Treatment.

Disclosure: Compensation was provided by L’Oréal Paris via Glam Media.  The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of L’Oréal Paris.

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