I participated in an Influencer Activation on behalf of Influence Central for Crepe Erase. I received product samples to facilitate my review and a promotional item to thank me for my participation.[pullquote align=”right”]Learn more on the Crepe Erase Website and the Crepe Erase Facebook page.[/pullquote]Face it, there’s nothing that shows your age as fast as your skin. Many younger women mistreat their skin by sunbathing and when called out on their bad habits they’ll claim they’d rather look great in their youth and they claim they don’t care if they’re wrinkled when they’re old. Well, let me tell you, the desire to look your best doesn’t go away the minute you reach middle age. It’s not even diminished when you reach AARP age which comes much too soon. In fact, at 53, I take much better care of my skin than I have at any other time in my life. Even my 76-year old mother is still trying to keep her wrinkles to a minimum.
Luckily for me I have never been able to tolerate the heat and I’ve lived in Seattle for the past 40+ years, so my skin doesn’t have a lot of sun damage. It’s definitely the number one way to age your skin. But my skin is still 53 and after decades of not paying much attention to it, I’m finally starting to give my face and hands 10-15 minutes of my day and the results have been astounding.
Now I’m looking at other parts of my body that are looking older than then need too. My neck, décolleté, elbows, and even my knees. I’ve recently received a product that claims to make them look great too. Crepe Erase TruFirm™ Complex is a 2-part routine that exfoliates and moisturizes any area that needs a little attention – especially the areas that have lost their tone.
My first impression of Crepe Erase TruFirm™ Complex was that the packaging was lovely and minimal and appropriately sized and shaped for each product. I loved the very light scent each had and I enjoyed the texture of the Crepe Erase™ Exfoliating Body Polish. It’s said to remove dead skin and expose the new skin below and it certainly seems like it may with its large scrubbing beads. I was equally excited about the second step in the process, the Crepe Erase™ Intensive Body Repair Treatment. Its texture is very thick and moldable, but add a little warmth from your hands and it becomes a cream.
I’ll be using both products on my neck and décolleté to start with. I figure I’m already cleansing my face, I’ll just add these two products to my list and it shouldn’t add more than about 3 minutes to my morning skincare regime. I’ll be using them for a few weeks and then I’ll update you on how they work.
Do you have an area that could use some firming and lifting? Where is your crepey skin the worst?