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Jun 17

Love The Skin You’re In | #sp Foxbrim 100% Pure Argan Oil

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Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

Hello Friends, I hope all is well in your world.  Now that I am over the age of 50, I have started thinking more and more about the skin I’m in especially my face. We’ve all heard that too much sun exposure is bad for your skin – too late, from 1976 to 1979 I’d bake every summer at Rehoboth Beach and even now I enjoy laying in the summer sun but not as long.  Drink more water – I wish I could drink the recommended 32 oz, or is that 64 ounces daily, heck I’m lucky if I drink 8 oz every 3 days, that is of course unless coffee and wine counts.

Get plenty of rest – who me, the person that doesn’t get into bed until after midnight and then tosses and turns because my mind won’t shut down?  Don’t smoke – too late, although I am a quitter, 5 years clean, (yeah me) I did smoke for over 30 years.  Now more than ever I have to pay closer attention to how I treat my skin to avoid any further damage.

Foxbrim 100% Pure Argan Oil I recently ordered a bottle of Foxbrim 100% Pure Argan Oil from Amazon.com and started using it as a moisturizer for my face.  After removing my makeup and cleansing my face, I put 2-3 drops on the back of my hand then using my fingertips apply it to my face, eyelids and lips. 100% Pure Argan Oil

Foxbrim 100% Pure Argan Oil is unbelievably light, easily absorbs into my face leaving it feeling nourished.    Now that I’ll be spending more time in the sun, this product will definitely be up front and center as part of my daily moisturizing and makeup routine. sun worshipper

Foxbrim 100% Pure Argan Oil can also be used a hair treatment and pre-shave oil, but I think I’ll let my mini men try it for those purposes then I’ll let you know what they think.

 

Let's Chat  How do you love the skin you’re in?

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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  1. Louida (@MissLouMae)

    I haven’t used argan oil on my skin but have for may hair. I usually use vitamin C oil on my skin. Great review!

    1. DelBlogger

      Wow, I never used Vitamin C – may check it out – thanks!

  2. Spashionista

    I’ve tried a variety of cheap and expensive creams and moisturizers, but I find that Aveeno’s skin brightening facial scrub and SPF15 moisturizer works just as well as the expensive stuff. I also use their lifting and firming eye cream and targeted tone corrector. I may look into some Argan oil now, too 😉

    Alicia
    spashionista.com

    1. DelBlogger

      Those are great products as well, I like to use something a little heavier at night to put the moisture back into my skin. Thanks for the comments and I hope you are having a terrific Tuesday.

  3. Kurves E Zine

    I have never used Argan oil before and Yes it is too late to alter/repair the sun damage on my face. I lived in a tropical climate most of my life and back then we had no SPF’s. Thank God for concealer.

    1. DelBlogger

      I know what you mean, I used to lay in the sun covered in baby oil!

  4. Me And My Mini Me

    It’s so important to take good care of your skin. Thank you so much for sharing this product. happy tuesday doll/

    1. DelBlogger

      Yes, I wish I had taken better care when I was younger. Happy Hump Day!

  5. craftysorcha

    I use Argan oil for my hair (makes it so soft and silky) but I’ve never used it on my skin, I’ll have to try it!
    It gets very hot here in the summer so I do have to take care of my skin (with very pale Irish skin I always wear factor 50 suncream, don’t spend all day in the sun, find the shade, drink water and wear sunglasses!)

    1. DelBlogger

      Yes, it is great for hair. I understand completely because my co-worker is the same, she hides from the sun! Happy Hump Day Wednesday.

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