Is Bennifer Back? Ben Affleck and JLo Were Spotted Together in Miami

Following Jennifer Lopez’s breakup with fiance Alex Rodriguez a few weeks ago, she was spotted hanging out with one of her exes. That ex just so happened to be Ben Affleck. However, this didn’t end up being just a one-time meetup. Bennifer was spotted together in Miami last week, and now we’re getting flashbacks to the early 2000s.

Bennifer Together in Miami

Bennifer at the peak of their relationship in the early 2000's. The photos taken of Bennifer while in Miami make it obvious that the two are enjoying each other’s company. Ben Affleck was spotted flying into Miami and meeting up with his ex-girlfriend, JLo while trying to look a bit incognito when it came to his outfit. He had sunglasses on, a hat that he pulled down quite low, and a face mask to stay safe. However, even with this, he still stuck out, which is how the paparazzi got their hands on a few photos.

Later, JLo was seen on the balcony of a waterfront mansion down in Miami, and that’s when people started speculating about whether Ben had come to visit JLo. It all became clear when Affleck was seen going out onto the balcony to smoke, without any of his previous disguises.

Bennifer was indeed sharing the same mansion. A while later, the two were seen walking down a flight of stairs and JLo looked happier than ever with a big smile on her face.

A Trip Down Memory Lane

JLo and Ben Affleck first met in 2002 on the set of Gigli. It was soon after that the two started actively pursuing one another and then Bennifer became a thing. To many, it was like a romantic fairytale and only a little while later, the couple was engaged.

Bennifer on the red carpet, early 2000s

However, only about 4 days before the big day, the couple got cold feet and split up in early 2004. Now, both Ben and JLo have a history of long-term relationships and divorces under their belts, they also found the perfect time to rekindle their relationship since the two were newly single.

Skincare Tips for the Winter That Are Non-Aging and Worth Trying

When it comes to skincare, the winter tends to take a toll on that department. With the low temperatures, lack of moisture in the air, and more time spent indoors with the heat on high, the skin can start to get red, dry, and flaky, fast.

happy young woman in red mittens over blue lights

Anti-Aging Skincare Tips

If you’re 40 or older, your skin is typically considered to be mature. That means that these issues, like the cold weather, have more impact on your overall health and the look of your skin. While there is beauty at every age, there are things that people can do to keep their skin looking younger, healthier, and fresher, even if you’re in your 40s, 50s, 60s, and above. Here are some skincare tips that are age-friendly and can help your skin look youthful, even in the harsh winters.

Exfoliate, but Don’t Overdo It

Woman exfoliating her face Over exfoliation can occur even more in the winter seasons since the skin is more vulnerable. However, it’s important to continue exfoliation, but with caution. Try using an exfoliant that will also hydrate and plump your skin without stripping it of its natural oils. Ingredients like succinic acid are nice to have.

Make Sure to Moisturize

Woman moisturizing her face

Moisturizing is one of the skincare routine steps that you don’t want to miss, especially in the winter. You might even have to switch to a richer moisturizer in the winter season. A moisturizer with ingredients such as olive leaf extract, ceramides, and more can help keep your skin feeling and looking good. Antioxidants like coenzyme Q10, beta-carotene, and vitamin E can also help to deeply moisturize the skin.

Embrace Your Natural Oils

A bottle of natural oil When it comes to mature skin, embracing your natural oils is key. If your skin lacks oil, try adding a few drops of oil to your moisturizer to get a healthy glow. Marula oil is always a good idea.

Use Products with Ingredients That Promote Collagen Production and Cell Repair

A collagen-based cream As people age, collagen production and cell function in their skin start to be less efficient. Using skincare products with peptides can help tell your cells to repair themselves and also help with collagen production.

Hydrate Your Skin As Much As Possible

A hydrating cream Water is always the answer, especially in skincare. Whether you’re using a water-based serum or even some of the best hydrating ingredients in your skin products like hyaluronic acid, it can help fight dehydration in mature skin. You can even put a humidifier in your bedroom to encourage moisture.