I think all moms have ADD to a certain degree. It comes from the ridiculous amounts of multi-tasking we are faced with from day to day, making it difficult to focus on 1 thing at a time. When it comes to establishing a skincare routine, it is virtually impossible to carve out the 3 minutes a day it takes to cleanse, tone and moisturize. 7 Days of Wonder is the Ritalin of skincare, making it so incredibly easy to stay focused, because besides cleansing there is only 1 step each day. With Rotation Skin Therapy™ your skin doesn't learn to resist the benefits of the clinically-tested ingredients. The beautifying result: Cumulative-Benefit Skincare™ It keeps on working! There is a different product for each day, conveniently packaged in a beautiful silver clutch. Everything you need for beautiful clear and young skin is at your fingertips!!
Monday: My skin has been a mess. A hive-like rash has plagued my cheeks for the past 5 days, due to too much check on cheek friction with my wonderful, albeit stubbly boyfriend. I was a little nervous to try Mondays Resurfacing Serum, due to the irritation I had been experiencing. I figured day 1's “Refining and Resurfacing” would either make the irritation on my cheeks worse or smooth them out. I was so happy when an hour after application, my face looked and felt smooth.
“Whole Face Happiness: Smooths and Resurfaces” is made up of Plant ceramides called “Phytogycolipid II” which promise to exfoliate and encourage cell turnover, refining skins texture getting rid of patchy skin bumps. I definitely had a face full of patchy skin bumps (teaches me to makeout like a teenager). This was definitely the perfect first day product for me, and it truly delivered.
Tuesday: Is a complete high-moisturizing, nourishing, anti-aging formula, which promises to smooth fine lines and wrinkles. Tuesday’s cream contains collagen boosters, line/wrinkle reducers, anti-inflammatory & anti-oxidants, giving skin enhanced density. My face felt smooth and moisturized, and I did notice the lines in my forehead were less pronounced....