Taking Care of Your Skin-My Skin Care Wish List

by Katie on December 17, 2012


I don’t know about you but I have not always been that great about taking care of my skin.  In college, I would come home from a long night out and go straight to bed without thinking twice about taking my makeup off or washing my face.

As I have gotten older, I have developed a pretty good skin care routine-I wash and moisturize my face twice daily and have seen a lot of success with this routine.  However, as I’m aging I have started to see more wear and tear on my skin and would like something that could help minimize the damage. When I was looking on the Doctor’s Dermatologic Formula website and saw the Revolve, I knew I found something to add to my skin care wish list!

The Revolve   is a micro-polishing system that allows you to do a at-home polish leaving you with finer lines, an improvement in skin tone and evenness and less noticeable pores Basically it give you microdermabrasion results that you can do right in your own home!


You know what the best part is? The P&G Doctor’s Dermatologic Formula Site is having some amazing deals going on right now!

Through Jan 31, 2013 you can get the Revolve 400x at $45 (retail price $98) with FREE SHIPPING by using code- DDFMICRODERMA

Better yet, stock up on more skin care essentials from the DDF Store as your 2nd product is  half price with  free shipping (through Jan 31, 2013) use code DDFSKIN

I would love to get the DDF Ultra-Lite Oil-Free Moisturizing Dew I hate greasy moisturizer so this sound like it would be the right choice for my skin!


I have also been much more careful about protecting my face from the sun as I have gotten older and I think DDF Weightless Defense Oil-Free Hydrator (UV Moisturizer SPF 45) would be a great product to help me do that.


It would sure be amazing if Santa decided to bring me some of these products on my skin care wish list this year. HINT, HINT!!

Disclaimer-This post was sponsored by BlogHer and P&G. I was compensated for this post but all opinions are my own.





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