Thursday, July 1, 2010
eb5 Facial Cream
The facial cream is advertised as having 5 creams in one:
That's another thing. Most of us forget about our neck and chest area. That skin ages too! I lightly moisturize my neck and chest area twice daily and include those areas in my facial routine. I have to be careful with my neck as it is very sensitive to lotions. I have not had a problem with eb5, so based on the "no neck reaction" I'm cinfident it's a quality product.
The directions say to use a "dot" and they are not kidding. So for around $20 a jar, a little goes a long way. And that's what I like in a product. For years I thought since I had oily skin, I needed an oil-free moisturizer. I would load up on the stuff because one, it was oil free and two, I needed more moisture! I found that over the course of the day my skin would still be shiny and oily and then I would clean and strip my face of more oil and then load up again on more oil-free moisturizer. Live and learn. I have found that my skin does much better with small amounts of "full-fat" cream and lotions rather than the oil-free varieties. Moderation is the key. The adage, "Less is more" applies here.
I know that this cream is very popular and I am all about moisture, but I just tried it at the wrong time of the year. eb5 will be great for me in the winter months!
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