This post is sponsored by Olay, all thoughts and opinions are my own.

Updating your skincare routine is necessary, especially during seasonal changes.  One product that you need to incorporate is the new Olay Regenerist Whip SPF 40.  This 100% oil-free product moisturizes your skin and protects it from sun damage.  I know you want the tan girl, but you also don’t want wrinkles, dark spots, and other skin problems caused my intense ultraviolet (UV) light.

In certain regions, being in the sun’s view for even a few minutes can have some effects.  You might think you can take the 10-minute walk through the park and not be affected, but you can.  So, start each day by putting on a thin layer of Olay Regenerist Whip SPF 40.

My morning routine consists of applying the product as soon as I get out of the shower.  I love that it doesn’t weigh my skin down when I put it on, and it absorbs into my skin reasonably fast.  There’s no heavy or greasy feeling as I put it on.  The SolaSheer Technology moisturizes and nourishes my skin while protecting it against harmful UVA/UVB rays.  As a result, I can apply my makeup as usual and still reap the benefits of the product as I go out to enjoy some fun in the sun.



To my fellow black girlfriends, I know it’s a common misconception that we don’t need to apply sunscreen, but we need the protection.  We are not exempt from sun damage because of our melanin.  Over time, going without SPF could cause some unwanted effects.  For us, it may be hard to find the best SPF with decent opacity, but Olay SPF goes on smoothly and blends efficiently.  There’s no white residue left on our beautifully bronzed skin .  I can’t say it enough.  Protect yourself, girlfriend.  You deserve all the moments in the sun, but only if you’re fully prepared to soak it up.

Like you have to change your wardrobe to prepare yourself for the season, you have to make provisions to your skincare routine as well.  The New Olay Regenerist Whip SPF 40 is available now!





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