Thanks to good genes, I have good skin. My whole life, my face was normal to dry, so for the past 25+ years, I've used daily moisturizer, namely Pond's. A simple cream for simple needs.
The past year or so I've begun to notice a bit of sagging in the lower mouth area and a few more laugh lines round my eyes. Okay, granted, I certainly don't get enough sleep nor do I drink enough water. Lack of those two makes for these facial skin changes, I'm sure, but now I have to work with what I've got.
It's time I need a little more than what Pond's Daily Moisturizing Cream has to offer, but I don't want to spend big bucks either on beauty products. And so I've been working with some sample-size products before I make any purchases.
But I just looked over the array of samples, and I don't like what I'm seeing -- the names of these products:
Dove Pro*Age (ready to give back to your skin what it needs right now): Neck & Chest Beauty Serum
Olay Definity: Re-energizing Serum
(Night) Restorative Sleep Cream
Lise Watier L'Experience: Morning Potion
Age Spot Control Serum
Nighttime Skin Rescue Creme
L'Oreal: Advance Revitalift Deep-Set Wrinkle Repair
Ewww, the word "serum" has such medical connotations; I don't like to think I need a serum to help prevent aging.
n. serum [ˈsiərəm]
a watery fluid which is given as an injection to fight, or give immunity from, a disease
There are other options, I know, but plastic surgery isn't one of them...I'm simply not that vain enough for any mini Botox or Restylane injections.
Here is probably the best solution to my problem. But until I get to the hardware store to buy a lifetime supply of light bulbs, I'll stick to my Pond's.