I was putting off the follow-up blog to the skin care regime, because 1. I find it sort of boring, and 2. I was afraid I wasn’t going to give you very good news.
BUT THEN – My dear friend whom I haven’t seen since January made the comment of comments – “Katie, your skin looks really good.”
Just when I was about to relay to you-all that I’m not estatic about the Weleda Skin Food, I get this beloved compliment. So maybe it is working better than I thought.
- It smells good.
- It’s definitely moisturizing.
- It’s all-natural.
- It’s affordable.
- It’s easy.
- It smells really good.
- It’s gives a dewy effect.
- It’s European.
- It’s thick.
- It’s not a miracle wrinkle-fixer (i.e. my friend is still singing botox’s praises to me – unabashedly too.)
- Some people translate “dewy” as “greasy.”
- It very rarely, occasionally causes a tiny breakout, mostly if I’ve been lazy about cleansing my face.
So there’s my report: I am not totally freaked-out in love with Skin Food. But I’d rather be putting nature on my face than rat poison (euphemism: botox) IN my face! And with winter around the corner and its skin-drying tendencies, I’ll stick with this until someone can sell me on something else.