TRIONA’S MOST WANTED

Sunday Independent (Ireland) - Life - - BEAUTY -

When we drive to west Cork, be­fore we’ve even backed out the gate, Maxi al­ready wants to know if we’re near ‘old McDon­ald’s’ at Cashel ser­vices.

It al­ways makes us laugh, when he says it, and never gets old.

Un­like my flip­ping neck! Hon­estly, I can’t even look at it at the mo­ment, and know that half the prob­lem is the amount of time I spend star­ing down into my smart­phone. Smart­phones, btw folks, do not make you smart! It’s true though, all that look­ing down short­ens the neck mus­cles and in­creases the grav­i­ta­tional pull on the jowl area.

So I have such a saggy neck on me, I de­cided, as well as hold­ing my phone up over my head, much to the amuse­ment of Will and the kids, I’d try this new Neck Cream from Sis­ley, right, €128.

Thanks to some pretty pow­er­ful slim­ming, ac­tive in­gre­di­ents, it has an im­me­di­ate lift­ing and smooth­ing ef­fect, while also delivering hy­dra­tion and nutrition.

I use it at night in bed and do a bit of a mas­sage when ap­ply­ing it. I ba­si­cally grab my­self by the throat and kind of stran­gle my­self — but in a good way — and I say all the vow­els, as it ex­er­cises the jaw.

Any­hoo, af­ter six weeks, I’m see­ing a dif­fer­ence. And I like it. Sing it for me, Old McCarthy had a new cream, E-I-E-I owe . . . a for­tune to Sis­ley!

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