The quarterlife crisis has become a topic of much cultural ridicule as Gen-Y struggles to define itself in increasingly difficult times and this weekend your editor will confront that milestone herself. Your editor will be celebrating her twenty fifth this weekend (we plan to let Diesel take care of our party as our special day coincides with their XXX birthday) and we admit that we are finally starting to be concerned with aging. We still feeling our wunderkind years and frankly we would like to keep it that way. Thus we have decided on a strict regime of beauty's most tried and true wrinkle creams. RoC is the gold standard and we are sticking with it. After all if we are going to weather this crisis its best to stick with the best.
Before I tried microdermabrasion, I worried that it would hurt. It didn't, and my skin looked great! When I felt how soft and smooth it was, I wondered why I hadn't done it sooner. This is one treatment that lives up to the hype.
Unfortunately, I can't afford monthly treatments—but I can afford RoC's at-home microdermabrasion disks. At just ten bucks a package, they're an affordable alternative to going to the spa each month. To find out how they work, read more
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