Olay’s Birthday Sale Offers Discounted Favorites

Hold onto a good moisturizer if you find one. When Drew Barrymore found the Olay Micro-Sculpting Cream Moisturizer, she did exactly that. For less than $26, you can get the trench coat the actress has used for over a decade. With Barrymore’s own beauty line (Flower Beauty), she knows her stuff about skin care, so we fully believe her about using a moisturizer for 14 years.

Several years ago, Drew also fell under the spell of Olay’s Micro-Sculpting Cream Moisturizer. For those hoping to snag a jar of it for themselves, we’ve got some good news. In an IGTV video, the actress revealed that she’s a huge fan of the face cream and has been using it for “at least 12 years.”

There is a 25 percent discount on dozens of skincare products from the retailer until Aug. 28th as part of its annual Birthday Sale. There are a variety of hydrating serums and top sellers up for grabs, including Drew’s go-to moisturizer. Now is your chance to revamp your skincare routine (especially since fall requires more hydration).

With more than 50 million bottles sold and 23,000 reviews, Regenerist cream has won a wide following of fans and celebs alike. As a result, along with its affordable price point, it is marketed as offering nourishing formulas that promise to give skin a more youthful appearance. Many people even compare it to luxury moisturizers that are more expensive.

In addition, the moisturizer contains many hydrating ingredients, such as hyaluronic acid, glycerin, and amino peptide – all of which can help rejuvenate and smooth your skin. Niacinamide is the key ingredient that makes the formula soar. Niacinamide has several benefits for the skin, including helping to retain moisture and reducing inflammation.

Niacinamide or vitamin B3 plays an essential role in treating acne, age spots, and discoloration, according to Alison Adams-Woodford, LE, a research and development specialist at PCA Skin. As a result, “it naturally calms and brightens the skin.”

The ingredients and the type of your skin are the most important things to look for in a moisturizer. Swatching your hand may even be worthwhile in some cases. You may want to read Drew’s book if you’re not sure what may be best for you. The sale might also be of interest if you need a moisturizer (or other essentials for your skin).

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