Restoring my Skin with L’Oreal RevitaLift

As I’ve gotten (ahem — 37 years young) older, I’ve really started to see changes in my skin. I hate it, I really do. I want my skin to stay young and look young. It’s tough seeing your skin start to wrinkle! I’m been trying to restore my skin with L’Oreal Revitalift because it’s a great way to keep my skin looking and feeling it’s very best. I’m all about doing what I can now to effect change later on in life.

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My skin started to change little by little. They were gradual at first… a wrinkle here, a wrinkle there, some sagging skin over here. However, since I hit maybe 35 years old, I’ve really started to see the bigger changes in my skin at this time in my life. I’m someone who will never undergo plastic surgery to change the look of my skin. It’s a decision I hold firmly to and really feel passionate about for myself.

For me, it’s all about trying to really do what I can with beauty products available for me and my skin’s needs. There’s nothing I love more than trying out a new product to rejuvenate and revitalize my skin. My skin has been with me since 1978, it’s my story to tell the world, my story to share with my family and friends. My skin is who I am and taking care of it is something that I want to do for the rest of my life.

L’Oréal is a brand that I have always trusted when it comes to their beauty products and I’m beyond excited about their new L’Oreal RevitaLift products! Also, I was really excited to see that they have introduced a skincare website built around the insight that everyone’s skin tells a story, and no two stories are the same.

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I love it because we all age, there’s no fountain of youth out there for us (that I know of!) and I love that L’Oréal wants to help consumers find the right solution for their unique skin concerns — gives easy-to-understand content from a L’Oréal’s skincare expert to help decode ingredients, usage instructions and lifestyle tips for their skin. Whether you’re looking to preserve your beauty or trying to prevent, conceal, reverse or rejuvenate your skin, L’Oréal will have something for you.

Pretty amazing, right? I love that they are doing what they can to help women with their skin to look fabulous and beautiful. It starts within and this is something that needs to be felt throughout.  For me, with my five kids in tow always, my skin story is about trying to just restore my skin as much as I can.

Audrey McClelland and Family

I’m not looking to “look” 20-years younger, I’ve completely earned all of my skin lines and wrinkles, but I do want to make sure I am being proactive in the restoration of my skin. It’s funny, I think about eating healthy and working out regularly and making sure my children stay healthy… it’s important to do the same for your skin!

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I was very excited to try out L’Oréal RevitaLift Volume Filler™. This is L’Oréal’s very first daily volumizing skincare collection. This is what was the “ah-ha” moment for me when I was reading about L’Oréal’s new products — if you’re seeing changes in your skin (um, yes!) and seeing wrinkles in new places (um, yes!), then you could be losing volume in your skin as you age. I got to try out the Daily Re-Volumizing Moisturizer and the Daily Re-Volumizing Concentrated Serum.

L’Oréal RevitaLift Volume Filler™ restores your skin’s natural fullness for a more youthful look. Since my “hot zones” are under-eye and cheek wrinkles, I was happy to see that L’Oreal RevitaLift Volume Filler™ is known to improve these areas. These products help bring the volume back! Your skin loses volume when levels of Hyaluronic Acid—a naturally occurring, hydrating substance within the skin—starts to decline. As volume is gradually lost, the effects of gravity become more apparent—skin loses fullness. With Volume Filler™, in just four weeks (yes, four weeks!!!) you start to see increased fullness in cheeks, a less hollowed look under the eye area and fine lines and wrinkles reduced.

I mean, it’s just incredible. This is my fountain of youth!

Tell me, what is your skin story? Are you seeing fine lines and wrinkles? Are you looking to restore your skin? Are you feeling the effects of the aging process yet? I’d love to hear it and if you share with me, you’ll have a chance to win a $100 Visa gift card!

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Restoring my Skin with L’Oreal RevitaLift was last modified: May 29th, 2019 by Audrey McClelland
SHOWHIDE Comments (52)
  1. I’m in my mid thirties and totally seeing fine lines especially around my eyes. I’ve tried tons of products so I’m ready to find something that works!

  2. I have learned that my skin is dry and has fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes and mouth. These products would really help me! I need to make sure to put on good products on my skin every day to decrease the fine lines and wrinkles!

  3. I am always looking for something to help with preventing large pores and wrinkles but also the dark circles under my eyes!

  4. BB started noticing her skin drying at 31; I am now 53 and have no wrinkles thanks to good genes and daily moisurizing dia and noche. Can’t stress the importance of moisturizers, and Loreal has always had an excelente reputation. Gracias for the giveaway and BB2U.

  5. I have mild rosacea and get breakouts. I’m starting to see sagging skin and this filler sounds like it would do the trick.

  6. I’m finding that over the past year, my skin seems to be much drier and I’m starting to develop wrinkles around my lips, eyes and neck. I’m now using a SPF daily moisturizer and also a night cream. Thanks so much.

  7. My skin story is the loss of volume. i am not using anything right now, not sure what to use. I am always on the look out for a product that can give my face a “lift”.

  8. I’m legally blind, so I haven’t noticed any fine line or wrinkles yet!! lol but my skin is definitely aging, getting spots and has more dry spots than before!! Ack!! 🙂

  9. wrinkles, loss of elasticity, lack of even tone – oh my! Mid-40’s needs a change in products, for sure!
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  10. My skin story is that I am trying to minimize the appearance of these wrinkles around my eye area as well as these dark circles.

  11. My skin story is that I have sensitive skin and the skin under my eyes has become darker in the past couple of years.

  12. I have fine lines around my eyes. I’ve tried dozens of products but none seem to do much. I guess I just have to accept them.

Restoring my Skin with L’Oreal RevitaLift was last modified: May 29th, 2019 by Audrey McClelland