When I was younger, I used to think I was indestructible in a way. The thought of wrinkles, fine lines, and sensitive skin never occurred to me… until I started noticing a few smile lines here and there. More recently, I’ve started taking better care of my skin with proper cleansing and moisturizing – exfoliating, but not too often, using night cream when I remember to, and drinking more water to make it easier to purge toxins.
Over the years, I’ve tried a lot of different skin care products. I’ve tried cleansers with beads, lotions with various different oils, and many others that promise solutions to help erase the signs of aging. Not all of the skin care products I tried lived up to their promises, and in some cases it seemed as if my skin was yelling at me “OUCH! Too many chemicals. This is too harsh!” Finding the right product for my skin has involved a lot of trial and error. I found what I was looking for with Simple® Skin Care.
One of the things I really appreciate about Simple® Skin Care is that they’re made by sensitive skin experts but can be used by anyone – whether or not you have sensitive skin. I’ve been using the Simple® Foaming Facial cleanser and love that my face doesn’t feel stripped of moisture after washing. In addition to the Simple® Foaming Facial cleanser, Simple® also has two new products to help care for your skin: Ultra-Light Gel Moisturizer, for instant hydration, and New Simple® Nourishing 24-hour Day/Night Cream for super soft and smooth skin. Simple® Skin Care products have No parabens, dyes, artificial perfumes, or harsh irritants, helping to leave your skin feel fresh, hydrated, and healthy.
Simple® Products at a Great Value
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Which products do you use in your skin care routine?