28 June, 2015

Trilane Retinol and Vitamin C Squalane #Anti-Aging #Moisturizer #Review

     Boy, am I in need of an eye doctor visit.  I get these "migraines" that don't even come with pain, but they make it super hard to see, like looking through bad heat waves for a half hour or so until it goes away.  They're becoming more and more frequent.  They're so frustrating and they make me squint worse than usual while I try to focus through it, and I'm a pretty bad squinter to begin with.
     The proof?  My nice squint lines.  Ugh.  I've heard it called "elevens", but as you can see, it's not two parallel lines like most, but one deep line that is a bit more noticeable.  Then of course I also have all my forehead wrinkles from squinting all the time.  They don't bother me so much yet, but I'm still pretty young and I'm sure they will bother me more over time.
     So when I had the chance to try a sample of Trilane Retinol and Vitamin C Squalane Anti-Aging Moisturizer, I was definitely interested in the opportunity.  Big apologies to Healthy Directions for dragging my heels a bit on telling people what I think of it.  I intended to get to it sooner, but life got in the way.
      My very first impression was that it was essentially oil.  It felt and looked like baby oil without the scent.  I almost didn't want to even try it because I didn't want my face to break out.  But I did try it because that's my job.  *wink*  I rubbed it onto my face and neck as directed.  It felt a little greasy and I wasn't sure that I liked the feeling.  However, it didn't feel heavy or anything, I only felt the greasy feeling when I touched it with my hands.
     After several days of using it, I was surprised to find that not only was my face not broken out, but that my skin looked healthier and younger.  I wish more photos were taken of me on a regular basis, so I could show the difference better, but it's definitely a better look.

      Okay, so notice how in the first one, my skin looks very dry, but in the second one, it doesn't?  And no break-out?  Pretty cool.  I haven't had much luck in the past with moisturizing and not causing my skin some irritation.  But this one doesn't at all.  I'm kind of blown away by that.
     I haven't noticed a huge difference in my lines and wrinkles yet, but I'm feeling really optimistic about it.  Overall, I'm not sure if I would or wouldn't recommend this product over other anti-aging products, but I would recommend it as a moisturizer.
     Until December 31st, readers of Just 10 More Minutes? can save 20% off their first purchase of Trilane Retinol + Vitamin C sold by Healthy Directions on Amazon.com. Pretty neat, huh?
     How do you keep moisturized?

Except for the product(s) given to me for the purpose of reviewing, I received no compensation for this post. All opinions are 100% my own.


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