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The Skincare excuse Hall of Fame - EXCUSE #2

The Skincare excuse Hall of Fame - EXCUSE #2

This is an interesting excuse. So let’s take a close look at it. Because mom always used soap seems, on the surface, to be a strong enough justification to do the same thing, right?

Well, mom also used:

  • A rotary phone or push button phone
  • Waxy lipstick
  • A sink to wash dishes
  • The newspaper to catch up on what’s happening


Done any of those things lately?

The truth is times change. And in the case of skin care, they’ve changed for the better. Women no longer have to rely on soap and cold crème, (which can clogs your pores if you're acne-prone), to moisturize their skin.

Remember, skin is the largest organ of the body. It houses your insides, protects you from the elements, and gives you form. And most importantly, it’s the only one you have!

No doubt mom may have had good skin, but why settle?

Today, I have the resources for skin that goes beyond “good” to defying your age. And it all starts with professional skin care products designed specifically for your skin type.

Take a hint from mom. Use the resources you have available to get skin that skips a generation from good to Fabulous! 




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