If you’ve ever asked yourself any of the questions below, you’re in the right place.
“How do I get rid of these wrinkles”
“What has this world come to”
“What’s with these liver spots”
“Why is my face oily in one spot and a Sahara in the other areas”
“What happened to good customer service”
“How can I turn back time on my face”
“Are there any nice people left”
This site was created after thousands and thousands of research hours on the struggle with skin care issues of the modern day woman. Kidding, maybe a few hundred. But still. I’m an expert in my mind and my momma always said that has to count for something. Right?!!
But while doing this research I came across a pretty negative email AND text I received from the same person on the SAME day and that gave me the thought to investigate, research, compile so on and so forth about why people have become so unkind to one another.
But seriously. I’m about to be 48 in 6 weeks and I’ve been told I don’t look ita. So I must be doing something right. Right? Lol
In all seriousness, I have always been on the other side of the <gasp> and wide mouth expression when I tell people my age. I do feel I was blessed with a few good genes and some of those are in my face. I married young, had kids young, divorced young and am now on my second career.
You see, I started working in EMS when I was in my early 20’s. I was what many call, an ambulance driver, despite my lengthy training and ability to save a life with a paper clip and old soda bottle from my trunk. And I loved the sun. I adored it and felt that if I didn’t commit several hours a day basking in it that I would wither away and die. I could stay in the sun all day if I didn’t have to be an adult and work. Adulting. YUCK. But I have been certified in EMS as an EMT then a Paramedic since 1997. I taught EMS, worked in the emergency room and even worked for the local transplant alliance medically managing the donors while they were still connected to the machines that were keeping their heart beating. So you can that I’ve seen a lot is an under statement.
I’ve been in several major car accidents, broke quite a few bones, danced at a semi professional level in Latin Mariachi too.
Oh, and as of here lately in the last 5 or so years I spend as much time possible on the back of my husbands Harley riding the back roads.
My skin should look like a worn out leather hand bag you found at the local thrift store. But it doesn’t. And I’m going to share with you some things I’ve learned along the way. Some of its related to taking care of your skin….. and some of it’s not!
Thanks so much for tuning in. And I hope you come back often.