This is a sponsored post from Olay. All opinions are my own.
Being in my 30s and writing a beauty blog for women in their 30s, I have shared my #1 beauty advice from day one. I have shouted it from the rooftops! SPF! SPF! SPF! It is the single best thing you can do for your skin for anti-aging and caring for your skin.
I may live in one of the sunniest parts of the nation, but we all should be wearing sunscreen all year long. Even if it is cloudy, your skin can still be affected by the harmful UVB rays.
I don’t leave the house without applying SPF to my face, neck, décolletage and back of my hands.
My daily routine is:
- Olay Moisturizer
But now, Olay has put two of my favorite products together, so I can get 2 in 1. Olay Total Effects Whip with broad spectrum SPF 25. I just apply on my cleansed skin before I apply makeup and I’m ready to go. It is also my anti-aging cream with SPF for my neck, décolletage and back of my hands and protects me from the sun!
I love the consistency of this cream and of course smells so good! It absorbs so well and lays the perfect foundation to apply my makeup perfectly. And unlike other sunscreens on the market, Whips with SPF has Active Rush Technology, which holds and releases 1000x it’s weight in hydration.
It absorbs instantly into the skin and makes my skin feel so light and moisturized. You would never know it has SPF in it. This cream blends fantastic with all skin tones and my skin doesn’t feel oily or sticky.
Still not convinced, here is more info on this fab cream:
- Easy to wear
- Packed with vitamins and antioxidants leaving skin healthy looking
- Active Rush Technology
- Released 1000x its weight in hydration
- Long lasting hydration
I love sunscreen. It’s the simplest thing you can do if you care about anti-aging for your skin. I have hit the jackpot with Olay Whips with SPF and will be my go-to every day before I hit the streets. I will also be getting mine at my nearest Albertson’s.
I would love to hear in the comments, what is your current relationship with SPF? Love it, leave it, been meaning to use it? Let me know below!
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