Saturday, May 24, 2008

Olay Definity and the Mission to Protect Aging Skin

Olay Definity ProductsOlay is a trusted brand known by just about every woman who has an appreciation for beauty products. My mother used to use Oil of Olay religiously and when I was a young girl when someone mentioned a "moisturizer" I immediately thought of Olay.

With all the advances in beauty technology, Olay launched a skin care collection in 2006 called Olay Definity. The exclusive Essential Glucosamine Complex is formulated to improve uneven skin tone while reducing brown spots and protecting aging skin.

Here are just a few products from the Olay Definity collection that I've tried out:

Olay Definity Deep Penetrating Foaming Moisturizer - You just pump a little bit of this moisturizer onto your palm. I love that it's virtually weightless and is easier to spread on the face. At first it felt weird because I've never put a mousse on my face.

Olay Definity Correcting Protective Lotion with SPF 15 - Following the foaming moisturizer, you apply this light-weight lotion to protect the face from UVA/UVB rays and sun damage

Olay Definity Intense Hydrating Cream - This cream isn't too thick and you can apply it at night after cleansing your face. It's supposed to penetrate deep into multiple layers of the skin.

Find out more about Olay's new summer lines over at Women's Wear Daily...

If skin care is important to you, you may want to know that Olay and the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS) have joined forces for the fourth year for “Skin Cancer Takes Friends,” a nationwide free skin cancer screening program that encourages Americans to bring their friends to a participating dermatologic surgeon’s office for a free skin cancer screening. For more information, visit: www.skincancertakesfriends.org

Olay products are available in many drugstores and many online shops including Amazon.com
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2 comments:

  1. Thanks for mentioning skin cancer screenings in your post. I have close family members who have suffered, so it's one of my missions to get the word out.

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  2. You're welcome! It is important to keep people informed about the risks of skin cancer, so I'm happy to help spread the word. Thanks for stopping by!

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