L’Oreal Face Cream~Lightweight and Longlasting

Posted on August 14, 2012 by in Beauty

As I begin to turn the ripe old age of 33 later this summer, I can’t help but continue to be conscious of keeping my skin looking younger and healthier by taking every precaution: wearing a hat at the beach while drenching my face with SPF 50, etc and yet my skin still had another plan for me. I started to notice dark spots around my eyes and on my face. Clearly I became devastated because it looked like smudged dirt or something on my face.

It then hit me that my every day SPF 15 moisturizer was just not going to cut it any longer. I then began the hunt for a facial cream that was going to moisturize my face along with even out my skin tone and take away my dark spots. Now of course one would think right off the bat that I would have to spend $100 or more on this face cream that I have now concocted in my head (of course I could have) but I miraculously found one for a quarter of the price.

I was standing in the aisle at Target for what seemed like forever, picking up every brand possible. One preventing wrinkles, one that was good for at night and so on. And then there it was. The L’Oreal Paris Youth Code line. I noticed the box description “Youth Code Dark Spot Correcting & Illuminating SPF 30 Day Cream“. I couldn’t believe what I was reading and I couldn’t believe the price~ $24.99!!! Excitedly, I grabbed the box, headed for the register and was ecstatic to test it out.

Here we are two and a half weeks later and I cannot even describe to you the changes I have noticed. I noticed my dark spots around my eyes fading away, the darkness above my lip that I get from the sun is honestly no longer there and I had two scars from pimples on my face that are also fading. I am beyond happy with my results. I also love how it feels going on my face, it’s non-perfume smell and it doesn’t make me break out (I have sensitive skin so this is a huge plus!)

If you’re in the market to prevent dark spots or help correct the ones you do have, this is the face cream for you to try; and you can find it at any drugstore, Target, Wal-mart, K-Mart, etc. Another plus is make sure to look for coupons in the Sunday paper when L’Oreal is in there.

Ladies, we don’t always have to break the bank to keep our skin looking healthy, younger and beautiful!


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Posted on August 14, 2012 by in Beauty


9 Responses to “L’Oreal Face Cream~Lightweight and Longlasting”
  1. Megan says:

    I’ve used the Youth Code night creme and I loved it. The quality is excellent and the price is even better!

  2. i’m so sad it has a fragrance. i can’t wear anything that has a scent and yet i really need a new moisturizer and can’t find anything i am happy with. (you said non perfume smell, but one of the ingredients is fragrance.)

  3. Nupur says:

    Thanks for the great suggestion! I am certainly going to try this one out. However, do you think it’s OK to use the cream in your late 20’s?

  4. Sherri Holm says:

    I just turned 30 this year, I feel sooo old. Well I always feel old since I am the oldest kid in the family. But actually I should not be worried, because my mother still looks gorgeous in her late 50 right now. There are only two things she always does since she she was young. Drinking water and eating fruits and veggies more than other meals. That is her secret. Because I didn’t start earlier I guess it is ok if I still use some cream like this loreal. This cream works from the outside and my mom’s secret works from the inside.

  5. While selecting face creams, you should be very careful. Even though many times, the product manufacturer says that the natural face cream is “Natural”, but still you might actually find harmful chemicals in them.

  6. First is to get familiar with the difference between just a natural soap versus organic soap. In natural soap, the ingredients aren’t always all organic. It could be a mix of organic ingredients and those that are simply all natural ; like as an example fruits and vegetable ingredients that aren’t organically raised.But when it comes to how to make organic soap, all ingredients, both base and additions need to be certificated organic. Essential oils such as lavender and eucalyptus, carrier oils like Shea butter and cocoa butter has to be organically raised. Otherwise, you are now not true to the claim of organic soap.based on my experience, the most practical way to use in how to make organic soap is the melt and pour, because you don’t have to use lye ; a chemical ingredient critical to bind the fats and oil in making soap using cold process.

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