Simply Nerdy Mom: The Kami Pad: Organic Anti-Wrinkle Pads for Neck and Chest

Tuesday, October 9, 2018

The Kami Pad: Organic Anti-Wrinkle Pads for Neck and Chest


Skin care is very important, but it gets even more important as you get older, especially if you are wanting to keep your youth for as long as possible. Most people don't realize it, but the skin on your hands, neck, and chest are just as important to take care of as the skin on your face. 

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I'm about to turn 34, but I have been pretty diligent about skin care and a routine since I was 19. I've always focused mainly on my face, but neglected my chest, neck, and hands and you can really tell the difference. All three of those areas are starting to show my age. In addition to just normal aging, stress has a tendency to make you age a lot quicker, too, and well, I've had enough stress the last 4 years to last a lifetime! Reversing time is nearly impossible, but I'm at the point where I'm looking to slow it down a bit, so I have become more focused on pampering my skin as a whole instead of just one area. I've always been a water drinker, but I've forced myself to drink more to keep hydrated. Eating well has been a part of my life for a few years, too, so that's also helping. I'm still working on getting enough sleep, but do we ever really get enough, especially if we have kids? No, we don't. So while I try, trying is really all I can do. So that leaves creams and serums for specific areas being added to my routine. 

These pads in particular focus on chest and neck individually, although you can wear them simultaneously if you choose to. They are made of silicone, which has been said to really help minimize the signs of aging or prevent wrinkles. I'm not sure I buy that claim, but I am certainly willing to test it out! 

Initially I thought the pads were a one time use type thing, which would make this process so expensive. Thankfully, these are reusable up to 20 uses, which obviously is going to vary per person and will depend on if you take care of the pads and wash them after each use.

Just in case I forgot any info, check out my first impression video below.




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