This post is sponsored by Olay.
Earlier this year I resolved to to work on myself. One of my resolutions was to take better care of my skin consistently, even though me-time can be pretty rare these days as a mom and wife.
I’ve been using the Olay Cleansing Infusions line of body washes and facial cleansers for a few months now. This is my natural glow without any sunless tanner, oils, or even body lotion. Right out of the shower, I feel like my skin is moisturized enough to skip anything beyond deodorant, believe it or not. I haven’t seen that ashy look on my legs in months. And you know I’m always preaching about ways to save time as a mom, so this is a major achievement! It almost feels like cheating, because it basically took no extra effort.
I still apply my Olay Regenerist face cream, though. After I use the Olay Cleansing Infusions face cleanser, my face isn’t as tight as when I use other stripping cleansers, but I still enjoy putting on my Olay moisturizer no matter what. It’s become a staple in my routine; I’ve been using it for 5 months now! I finished my first full jar of it, and I also took it on my recent trip to the RewardStyle blogger conference last weekend in Texas. That’s saying a lot considering I have jars on jars of so many amazing (and way more expensive) face creams at my disposal as a beauty blogger.
Anyway, back to the Cleansing Infusions line. I’ve been pleasantly surprised yet again. Both my 22oz Olay Cleansing Infusions body washes are all used up! I need to order some more on Amazon, stat! Between the Crushed Ginger and the Deep Sea Kelp & Aloe Extract variants, I prefer the former. The Crushed Ginger has little exfoliating beads in it, and I’m always a fan of extra help with sloughing off dead skin. The Deep Sea Kelp & Aloe Extract is a close second though.
Have you been trying the Cleansing Infusions line with me?! If so, I want to see your #TiltTest results too!
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