As we age our skin tends to need more hydration in order to keep it firm and free from excessive wrinkles. However, because I tend not to drink the recommended amount of water daily, I make sure to use only products that provides hydration to help fight the signs of aging.
The new L’Oreal Paris Revitalift contains Centella Asiatic also known at Tiger Grass, which is an herb used in traditional Chinese medicines. It strengthens and repairs skin barrier to help resist visible lines, loss of firmness and other signs of aging.
I started using L’Oreal Paris Revitalift CicaCream twice per day, once in the morning under my makeup and then again at night after I removed my makeup and after 7 days, I did notice a change in my skin.
This is not my first time using a product from L’Oreal and I’ve never been disappointed; my face seems smoother, more hydrated and supple. There was no skin irritation or adverse reactions, therefore, I will definitely continue using L’Oreal Paris Revitalife CicaCream especially since I am in my 57th year!!!
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Who remembers way back when during the holidays our parents and grandparents had house parties on Saturday nights and we kids would be running back and forth trying to say outta “grown folks business”, however, our ears were subjected to Brown Liquor Music?
According to the Urban Dictionary, Brown Liquor Music is played when you want to slow down and chill, relax and jam to the sounds of jazz, funk, soul, and R&B rolled into one hip glass of brown liquor with two to three cubes of ice.
The grown folks would be playing cards, telling lies while eating fried chicken, collards greens, chitterlings and other unhealthy foods and drinking from glasses that held something a lot stronger than Ice Tea!
I still remember the card parties in the 60s that my grandmother had in Mt. Vernon, where they played Pinocle and I heard songs such as these coming from the record player.
Let’s Chat: Do you have any childhood memories of your parent’s parties?
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The holiday season is in full swing which means there are lots of parties, school plays, festive decorations and family gatherings. It can be overwhelming both to your schedule and to your budget and if you are anything like me, purchasing a new dress or complete outfit for a single event is out of the question.
Making a purchase from Goodwill not only helps your budget but it also helps to fund job creation in your community and donating to a local Goodwill provides a wonderful opportunity to give back and declutter your closets.
I stopped in at a local Goodwill in search of an outfit for a house party that hubby and I will be attending next week. I found a few pieces, and I liked the Ralph Lauren Cocktail Dress the best, which one do you like?
Did you know?
Goodwill provides job preparation, skills training, education assistance and support services to millions of people each year who are facing challenges to finding employment.
Every 23 seconds, someone gets a job through the help of Goodwill.
Goodwill is an entrepreneurial leader, environmental pioneer and social innovator of the “reduce, reuse, repurpose” practice. Through its entrepreneurial business model of collecting and selling donated goods, Goodwill helps communities extend the life of usable items in environmentally sound ways.
Goodwill functions as a social enterprise by creating 25 jobs per brick-and-mortar store, generating essential revenue for mission services, and providing a direct solution for donors and communities to the issue of sustainability regarding unwanted goods.
Collectively, over 313,000 people in the United States and Canada connected with jobs or earned employment using Goodwill organizations’ career services programs this past year And more than that – tens of millions access the Goodwill education, training, and online learning services that Goodwill offers to strengthen their job training skills.
As a non-profit, they are dedicated to helping create jobs and providing on-the-job training for many who would find employment opportunities scarce without Goodwill’s help.
Now that my sons are older and they no longer want to sit with me watching Christmas movies, I have to watch them alone…just me and a glass of Moscato! Anywho, there are a few movies that I still look forward to watching each Christmas leading up to the Twilight Zone Marathon on SyFy on New Year’s Eve, and these are my 5 favorites – what are yours?
At holiday time, family matriarch Ma’Dere Whitfield (Loretta Devine) assembles her large brood for their first reunion in four years. However, family ties show signs of strain when various secrets come to light, especially concerning Marine Claude’s (Columbus Short) true military status, Quentin’s (Idris Elba) debts and teenage Baby’s (Chris Brown) secret plans to become a singer.
A cleric begins to doubt himself and is visited by an angel. The heavenly emissary is supposed to help the good reverend over his midlife crisis, but he is distracted by the cleric’s lovely young wife. A remake with gospel music of the “The Bishop’s Wife”.
A family is torn apart at Christmas when to the wife of a couple, trying to adopt a son, is killed in a car accident and the husband, a musician, is deemed unfit to raise a child.
A Christmas Carol
A Christmas Carol tells the story of Ebenezer Scrooge, an old miser who is visited by the ghost of his former business partner Jacob Marley and the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Yet to Come. After their visits, Scrooge is transformed into a kinder, gentler man.