This post is sponsored by Olay.
I’m happy to be writing another post about my experience with Olay, but this time about their Whips lightweight moisturizer. The Whips texture is a little different from the Olay Regenerist Micro-Sculpting Cream I’ve already written about. It’s a lightweight, whipped moisturizer that doubles as a makeup primer. It instantly absorbs into skin and contains a unique formula that absorbs oil throughout the day. Olay Whips comes in 3 varieties – Regenerist, Total Effects and Luminous, which is the one I have.
Olay Whips Regenerist (the red one) is the choice for women who want to diminish the look of fine lines and wrinkles, improve elasticity and firm skin. It’s formulated with advanced Amino-Peptide Complex II to regenerate surface cells.
Olay Whips Total Effects (the gold one) has seven skin benefits in one product: it actively replenishes nourishing moisture, evens skin tone appearance, enhances brightness, visibly smooths fine lines and wrinkles, minimizes the look of pores, restores firmness and visibly reduces dark spots. It’s formulated with VitaNiacin Complex II and Vitamins C & E to fight the early signs of aging.
Olay Whips Luminous (the silver one and the one I have) is the choice for women who want lasting radiance without the shine. It actively moisturizes to even skin tone and minimize the appearance of pores, formulated with PearlOptics™ science for lasting radiance.
If you’re looking for a lightweight, affordable moisturizer that doubles as a primer for your everyday makeup, I recommend Olay Whips. It leaves skin feeling velvety-smooth and ready for flawless makeup application. Plus, you know you’ve done your part to moisturize your skin for the day with powerful Olay hydration.
All 3 Olay Whips varieties offer deep hydration with a lightweight formula that instantly absorbs into skin so you don’t have to wait to apply your makeup. Every second counts, especially when you’re a busy working mom! You can try your own jar of Olay Whips from Amazon here.
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This post is sponsored by Olay. Thank you for supporting the brands I love that make this blog fun to write!