Sea Buckthorn Oil, Skin Care

It’s not every day a woman in her late 40s hears “you’re glowing”

In my 20s everyone complimented me on my looks. In my 30s they started focusing on my career achievements over my looks (although I think I still looked fresh). In my 40s it’s been more about how polite and sweet my kids are. Suddenly, I don’t exist as a person and for someone who loved to get compliments on her looks that hurts a little. Maybe you’ll call me shallow but I was done not being the center of attention every now and then.

Now, I wanted to get the old 20-year-old me back. For her flawless skin, not her dubious sense of style. What was I doing back then that I wasn’t doing now? For starters, I was stressing less and exercising more. I was also having more careless fun, but that was out of the question now. I went back to exercising more (because stressing less is really not an option when you have kids).

Sure, I felt a lot better as I increased the frequency of my workouts. I hadn’t felt this energetic in years! But was my skin tight and glowing? Not by a long shot. I was drinking more water now because I exercised more, and I had noticed some improving in my body functions and clarity of mind. It just looked like my skin hadn’t gotten the memo yet.

When I shared my thoughts with my running partner, she told me I had to try the new soap she was using – FaceDoctor Rejuvenating Soap. Well, she looked like she was glowing alright (I had noticed it a couple of weeks before, actually), but a soap? Aren’t soaps that product all dermatologists tell us to avoid because they dry our skin? Yes, even the ones that claim to have ¼ moisturizing cream that you buy at the supermarket.

I took another look at her skin and decided to test this sea buckthorn oil soap to see if it was really the only thing I needed. Well, let’s just say that at the ripe age of 40 hearing that I’m glowing is pretty sweet! All this because of a soap.

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