May 9, 11
In celebration of their 50th anniversary, COVERGIRL introduces Limited Edition Clean Pressed Powder Compacts - in super fun safari-inspired prints. “Clean is beautiful – and there’s nothing more beautiful than clean, fresh drinking water.” (covergirl.ca) With every limited edition Clean compact purchased, COVERGIRL will donate 14 cents to the P&G Children’s Safe Drinking Water Fund, for a donation of up to $50,000.
Children’s Safe Drinking Water (CSDW – csdw.org) is a program dedicated to addressing the critical, global need for clean, safe drinking water. Through the COVERGIRL Clean Makeup for Clean Water Campaign, COVERGIRL is making it possible to join the global effort to supply clean, safe drinking water to children in need.
The COVERGIRL Limited Edition Clean Compacts are available in stores now until June 2011.
Click Here for more information.
I hope you have a happi day! And, don’t forget to Wake.up & Make.up!
May 5, 09
I’ve been getting so many emails lately asking me to recommend a good face cream that’s under $20 – and won’t break the bank. And, although there are many great, reasonably priced creams on the market today – I would have to say I still like OLAY the best. Not only because my mom and grandmother (Hi Mom and Nana!!) have been using it for years and they both have beautiful skin – but because it’s super affordable and has a wonderful product line for all ages and skin types!
Personally, I have been using the the OLAY Classic Moisturizing Lotion – Sensitive Skin for years – and I love it! It helps to keep my skin nice and hydrated without ever feeling greasy. It’s 100% fragrance, colour and oil-free, dermatologist tested and will not block pores. So it’s even great for acne-prone skin! Yiippee!
In the Summer I use the OLAY Complete Care – Daily UV Protection – Moisturizing Lotion with SPF 15. I use the one for Sensitive Skin and it’s dermatologist tested, non-comedogenic (won’t clog pores), 100% Oil-Free and 100% PABA Free.
In 1999, OLAY underwent a name change – and decided to unify the brand under a global name. Thus, “Oil of” became just Olay on a worldwide basis, except in German-speaking regions, where it remained Oil of Olaz. In the Netherlands, it was renamed just Olaz. (wikipedia.org)
And don’t forget to Wake.up & Make.up!