Nik: I love this sunscreen so much I want to marry it.
Alex: Nikki Dermalogica. Has a nice ring to it.
Nik: Seriously. It’s really good. You have to try it.
Alex: SPF 50 is a little high for me. I try to stick with SPF 4 or lower.
Nik: What’s the point?
Alex: A healthy glow.
Nik: Why do you think I look like I’m still in my twenties?
Alex: It’s been almost two months since I’ve waxed my eyebrows. That’s a record. They’re starting to look like caterpillars.
Nik: They’re a little unruly.
Alex: Where do you get yours done? And do you wax them or get them threaded? Haha… the word threaded is fun to say.
Nik: Threaded. Threadddded. Thhhhhhhreaded.
Alex: You get them threaded?
Nik: I read an article somewhere that supermodels put this on their face when they’re traveling, so of course I tried it. I put a few drops in the palms of my hands, rubbed them together and pressed my palms to my face before bed. I woke up, looked in the mirror and I look like Gisele. Okay, not really, but my skin is glowing and feels really soft. I also mixed it in with my body ...
Nik: The thing I like about Skin Laundry is that you’re in and out in fifteen minutes. There’s no pain and I definitely noticed a difference in the overall tone of my skin, but you have to keep it up (they recommend once a week) and wear sunscreen daily.
Alex: Interesting. Not sure why, but
Nik: Not that I have cellulite anywhere on my body (cough), but if I did (cough), I’d recommend this product that I overheard the 40-something-hot-mama-owner-of-a-well-known-italian-eatery saying she slathers on day and night. I mean, if this bella donna can work around the most delicious food in LA and look that good? Yeah, I bought it.
Alex: Is the universe trying to hint at something? Someone at work gave me a sample of this! My skin feels like a baby’s bottom. Hello boys!