When was the last time you updated your skin care?

One of my favorite quotes.  

But, why does it seem as we get older this is so much harder to accept.  Is it because trying something new is uncomfortable and inconvenient.

I think we simply get stuck into a routine or a habit and it’s really hard to change our routines and habits.

I find this so often when talking to women about caring for their skin.  Let’s face it, our skin changes over time. As we age, our skin also ages, thus requiring a  Different Routine.

As skin ages we begin to see fine lines (experience lines) around our eyes.  I swear my fine lines appeared the day after I turned 30. But we often fail to adjust our skin care to address those concerns.

In reality the skin care needs of our 30+ year old face, and those of our 20 year old face are much different. So why do we continue to use the same things on our skin, and expect them to still work. I think it’s because trying something new is inconvenient.  After all, we already have our routines, and changing our habits are hard. But if we continue to follow the same routine, We will just be getting the same results, and unfortunately that is not what our skin care needs.  

So the bottom line is, we need to change our skin care routine as we age.  Don’t know where to start making the change? Answer a few Quick Questions to get you started in the right direction.

Remember, if we change what we’re doing, we’ll probably get different results.



Published by Beauty & Bluejeans - Beauty for Rural Living

Monica is an  Independent Sales Representative from a small town (900 people) in central Idaho.  She has received awards for sales growth and awards sales levels of $20,000+ for the past several years.  She is a wife, a mother,  a grandmother, and RN.   She has built a social selling business both in person (traditional door to door) and online (with company sponsored e-store) 

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