a great way to save on skin care products

>> Friday, August 14, 2009

I'd like to think I take pretty good care of my skin.

I try to minimize stress lines and have been practicing meditation for 20 minutes a day, on average, for over a year. I practice yoga regularly and jog a few miles several times a week.

To keep my skin hydrated, I drink plenty of water. I also have an iron-clad skin care regime, which includes daily sun block.

And yet...I still break out and have these wrinkles! So, I try products here and there, without actually having any objective reason to feel they are successful, except that it says will help on the bottle or tube. But it usually ends up being a waste of money and time.

HOWEVER, I have found a useful website. It's called Skin Analysis. And I think they are going to save me both money and grief.

You see, they give free skin analysis. You just have to send them a pic of your skin; a close up of the problem area and in a few days they get back to you with a FREE analysis. Isn't that cool?

There are also reviews upon reviews with opinions of the products from people who have tried them. They review eye cream and wrinkle cream among other products.

What I especially like about this site is that is it a non-affiliate site. The folks who review products are average Janes, just like you and me. They do NOT get paid for their reviews and there are no affiliate links from Skin Analysis to any product website.

So, in essence it's like getting a recommendation from your BFF about something that really works to help you look better, feel better and love your nontoxic life.

I'd love to hear comments from anyone who has tried Skin Analysis!

Note: this has been a paid post.


Maggie May August 16, 2009 at 9:45 PM  

ayiayi! skin care is something i do wish i could spend a bit more money on..especially eye creams

Maggie Madison August 17, 2009 at 12:22 PM  

Maggie May,I have seen your pics and you DO not need eye cream!! However, if you must as a preventative measure, be sure to research them!

kim August 24, 2009 at 4:04 PM  

I agree with Madison...
Go to cosmeticsdatbase.com and look up the ingredients! Most of it is toxic stew. Make sure to scroll down and read the health hazards of each of the toxic ingredients!

Maggie Madison August 24, 2009 at 6:46 PM  

@Kim, that is a very useful albeit scary website. I, myself, need to research the ingredients in my skin care products, but I am scared what I might find!

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