Tuesday, April 10, 2018

#FeeltheWhip with Olay Regenerist Whip SPF 25

Disclosure: Post sponsored by Olay but all opinions are my own.

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If there’s one thing I have learned from this beauty journey over the past 18+ years of blogging is the importance of wearing SPF. I mean, it’s the #1 way to prevent wrinkles! And I am really loyal to putting it on in the morning. My routine is: get out of bed, use the toilet, brush my teeth, wash my hands and splash cool water on my face. Then, I apply SPF! I don’t leave the house without it on; in fact, on days when I’m not even leaving the house, I put it on as the sun still shines into windows.

So I was quite excited when I heard about Olay Regenerist Whip SPF 25 available at Target. I’ve tried their regular Whip and am a fan and now I will be adding this one to my daytime regimen.

 

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Fact: 2/3rds of women know they should wear SPF daily, only 1/3rd actually do. Wow, that's an alarming statistic but I used to be that way too.

Unlike other sunscreens, Olay Regenerist Whip with SPF contains Active Rush Technology, which holds and releases 1000x’s its weight in hydration. The cream absorbs quickly and disappears into all skin tones and doesn’t feel like a heavy or oily mask. I’ve had a few friends comment on my loyal daily application of it and that they don’t wear it because of how heavy they say it feels. Maybe I will turn them onto this this one! I will also mention how this Olay Regenerist Whip with SPF 25 is nice base for your skin before applying any makeup in that it gives the makeup something to grab onto, so it will last longer, and it's easily available @ Target. Let me know your SPF routine and if you are going to give this one a try! #mySPFmatch 

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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Olay. The opinions and text are all mine.

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