“Black don’t crack.” Seriously?
The sun doesn’t discriminate, ladies, so whatever skin color you are, SPF is not optional or negotiable. We all think we’re immune to the aging process especially me! Having looked younger than my age (it’s a gene thing) for so long most people assume that I have that Dorian Gray “curse”, without the obsession, going on for me… but that is not true!
I heeded my mom’s advice when I was growing up, “The skin you take care of in your 20’s is the one you will inherit in your 40’s, 50’s and beyond” and I’m collecting or showing the dividend of this.
Modicum grace… really? So vain…. So what! Trust me, darlings, aging gracefully needs a certain amount of effort and once you hit 40 you’re officially aging.
Reverses sun damage and restores skin to a brighter, healthier complexion
– Vitamin C Ester
– Face Finishing Moisturizer
Spider veins are usually from a genetic predisposition and the most common treatments are sclerotherapy which involves the injection (directly into the spider vein) of a chemical solution that will close the offending vein, causing it to disintegrate. There is also, but to a lesser extent , surface (non- surgical) laser treatment. For those of you who do not want to go under the treatment or cannot afford it try this trick that works albeit temporarily. Apply Dermablend Leg & Body Cover with a sponge on the area affected by spider vein and then use any of the self tanning sprays that you prefer. Click here for self tanning sprays… this will give it a more natural look that lasts for several days…. perfect for bathing suit season.