How do you not look forty-three?

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Oh, my, there I go again, but the Google machine will tell the truth, so why hide it?

I don’t have great skin.  It is dry in places, oily in places and can look tired when tending to work, writing and 2 young children.  And while many mass-market products have come to be so popular (and effective) in the marketplace, I still run to one source:  La Mer.

No, not the cream (got it) or the lotion in warmer months (got it), but the Regenerating Serum!  OH, the serum!  Honestly, the first two weeks that I began using it before bed or in the A.M. with nothing else – I can finally proclaim that I can run around with just lipgloss.  It is worth every cent of its princely pricetag!

It also goes without saying that if you do the proper skincare regimen in the evening before retiring to bed, one only need mist one’s face with toner or Evian water and apply some eye cream.  There is no need to take clean skin and mess with it or clog it in the morning!

LeMer, The Serum, can be purchased at most major luxury department stores.  It is a miracle and worth foregoing that pair of shoes or dinner out.  Pinkie swear!

About lseccuro

As a mom, lifestyle expert, surfer and event planner, I love to discover the next uber-cool thing! Whether it's a shoe, a wine, a food, a photographer, a designer, a blog, a flower or a travel spot, you can find me trolling for it! I also like to blog about the kids and how running a household like this keeps me grounded. I love all things beautiful, but mostly Mr. F4 and the little ones, Ava and Leo. Things I love: sparkly anything, homecooked meals, snowy white sheets, holidays, photography, monograms, antique silver, reading everything I can get my hands on, Pilates, learning anything new, antiquing, gardening, collecting cookbooks and shoes, mixing slouchy sofas w/ sleek chairs, collecting china, the beach, Ruzzetti & Gow seashells, seersucker, Sharpies, Chanel lipgloss, counting my blessings. Drop me an email or a comment and I look forward to meeting you!

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