This aging process brings on many skin ailments that require a lot of attention.
I have moisturizers for day and night, a cleanser for daily use and one for weekly use. I have a cream for puffy eyes, a powder to cover redness, a medication for eczema and a medication for rosacea. I have a lotion for dry, scaly feet, one for after-sun and one for daily use. I have concealer for the bags under my eyes.
I have all kinds of products that daily remind me-
But, the mystery of all mysteries is this – if these products are made with aging people in mind, then doesn’t it go without saying that if the skin around their eyes need help, so does their eyesight?
So, why are all the bottles smeared with labels in the smallest font known to mankind? Even in the brightest light of the bathroom, with both pairs of my reading glasses on, I can’t begin to read the tiny print.
Half the time I think I’m using the daytime moisturizer at night and the night moisturizer in the day and putting the eye salve on my lips.
Why can’t they use large print so I can actually read the directions with only one pair of glasses?
How about using a large logo of a sun for daytime potions and a moon for nighttime potions?
I think it is a scam.
The more I try to read their labels, the more I squint.
The more I squint, the more wrinkles I create.
The more wrinkles I create, the more cream I need to cure the wrinkles.
The more creams I have, the more I squint trying to read the labels.
The more I squint, the more wrinkles I create…
Believe it or not, WRINKLES is in the King James Bible.
Sometimes the KJV can be a little confusing.
Does this mean wrinkles are the Lord’s will?
Should I give up reading those labels and just throw away the drawer full of creams?
Or should I keep applying the creams to the wrinkles I created while squinting to read the labels on the creams I need to erase the wrinkles I get from squinting?