I have sagging, wrinkled skin on my neck. I have lost weight this year and this was a result. My face doesn't look too bad, but the neck skin is very unsightly. I have heard of using "fillers" to plump up neck skin. They work on my face, but the neck skin is too loose. Please let me know the very most effective neck treatment available without surgery. If there is something that works, even if it is very expensive, would I be able to try a sample before buying? I am not near a Sephora store, so I would need to have it mailed. I am looking forward to your help (desperately!) Thank you ,
I will admit, that I haven't had much of a skin care regimen. I'm 34 and I've been blessed clear skin that I've never had a lot of problems with. But now that I'm getting older, I want to maintain my clear youthful skin. I will also admit, I was a little bothered by the lines in my latest photo. I am looking for suggestions on how to begin some basic anti-aging skin care. Thanks so much, in advance!!!!
looking for a night face cream that is right for me. I am over 50 and have oily skin so I don't want my face to feel greasy. I want to minimize fine crow lines around my eyes and bags under my eyes and not look dull. I want my skin to feel hydrated, smooth and soft but not oily or greasy. What would you recommend?
I have always wondered what is the difference (other than price) between the Lancome anti-aging collections, e.g. Renergie, High Resolution, Genifique and Absolue? Which one should you use when you're in your 20's, 30's? I am 22 and looking for a Lancome eye cream with SPF that will protect against appearance of first fine lines.
I need some suggestions for skin care products. I'm overwhelmed by all of the choices. I'm 36 years old with normal to dry skin. My major issue is hyper-pigmentation that is from the sun and old acne places. I'm very careful about wearing sunblock and a hat, but I spend so much time outside during the summer, I still end up with with some sun. My current routine just doesn't seem to be enough anymore. I would love some ideas. I'm willing to spend more on skincare, but I don't have an unlimited budget. Sephora is difficult for me to get to, but Ulta is much easier. I have been using Cetaphil face wash and lotion along with an Olay night cream for a long time. My skin is sensitive to some stronger products that results in redness and stinging. My acne is under control now, and seems to be stress related. Thanks to everyone for the help.
Hi, everyone! I am 26, and I still have a problem with acne. If I stick to my regular routine (Clinique's 3 Step Acne System followed with a Green Tea Moisturizer from Alba Botanica) my skin stays clear pretty consistently. However, I'm an actor and would like to start using an Anti-Aging product at night to keep my skin looking youthful as long as possible. ANYTHING I have tried (including the new Philosophy Anti-Aging for Acne Prone Skin) breaks me out. I'm getting frustrated. Does anyone have a miracle product they've found that doesn't break them out? Help!
im looking for a eye cream that will help with lines, wrinkles and help brighten. but want to make sure it dries and makeup can be applied over im in my late 20's and just wanting some advice thanks yall !
I have a bit of T-zone acne due to peri-menopausal hormones. I have also noticed significant new wrinkles around my mouth and fine lines around my eyes. Every time I try to use something for the wrinkles it seems to cause a break-out. My acne treatments seem to work fine, but what can use for wrinkles that won't cause break-outs?
I recently got a bunch of free samples for my skin type (combo/oily, aging) from Mario Badescu, and I fell in love with them. Just wondering if anyone else has feedback about MB. Almost feel guilty cuz Sephora doesn't carry the brand, but my results have been wonderful. May have found my HG skincare. Comments?
I was a Clinique user for years, then Theraderm, and now Peter Thomas Roth. I also have regular peels to correct the past damage I've done. But my skin is now dry (and I break out once in a while), and I can't seem to find a product line that works to both cleanse and mosturize my face. Seems like anti-aging lines are too drying, and a lot of the recommended 'over 40' moisturizers are too greasy. Does anyone have products that have worked well for them? How about serums instead of moisturizers; thoughts on those? Thank you!!
In the past 6 months, I have woken up with chest wrinkles or "sleep wrinkles". In the beginning, they would fade, now they're sticking around. They start on my upper chest and migrate down between the "girls". How do I get rid of them? Argh!
I am thirty years old and have always had pretty nice skin. I don't get a lot of breakouts (maybe one or two during my menstrual cycle) and I would say it leans more on the regular to dry side. I want to start using a moisturizer or cleanser and moisturizer to reduce fine lines and keep my skin looking good as I transition into my thirties. I don't have a lot of lines yet, but I would like to keep it that way. I'm afraid of getting something too strong--for example I tried Oil of Olay Anti Aging Cream and it caused my skin to freak out--probably because my skin is pretty sensitive and the ingredients are not the highest quality in that brand. I don't want anything too perfumey or too chemically since my skin is sensitive. What do you recommend?
Hello all, I'm 36 yrs old. I recently lost 83 pounds and all the sudden.. my face got totally wrecked. A ton of wrinkles appears around my eyes and mouth when I laugh or even talk. I didnt notice it when applying my makeup everyday. I just happen to be looking in the mirror when talking on my phone when I laughed... I was in total horror as I saw quite a collection of eye wrinkles that suddenly appears like lightning bolts. Someone said it was due to the weight loss but I dont understand how. What can I do to minimize them?? I can't use liquid foundation cause of the diet I'm on. How do I hide them??
Hello all! So I am 27 and I am have been dealing with acne for the past couple of years so that has been my focus for skincare. However, I am starting to get very fine lines on my forehead. I also just found a tiny, yet deeper, line above my left eyebrow. I need to start working on an anti-aging regime while still combating my acne (which does seem to be getting better). Any product suggestions for acne-prone skin that is just starting to see the first signs of aging? I would like to go with something paraben free. Also, the esthetician who does my salicylic acid peels every two weeks for my acne told me that I might want to think about botox because the vast majority of topicals are just hype and I quote "the best way to fight lines is to never get them." So, what do you all think? Are there topicals that can help me erase these fine lines.
I have started developing light wrinkles under my eyelids. I tend to wear eyeliner alot and I guess because of it under eye wrinkles are kicking in! Can anyone recommend me the best eye cream for this predicament as well as something affordable and not unreasonably expensive?
I am looking into buying some skincare and after reading a lot of reviews, I think I am going to decide either between Philosophy's miracle worker or Peter Thomas Roth's anti-agin line. Which is better?
I want to buy an eye cream, but I'm very sensitive to some ingredients so these are the options I want to choose from. If any of you have tried any of these, please let me know what you liked/disliked about them. I appreciate your help so much! (I'd like to use the eye cream for both under my eyes and on the lids if possible). Bobbi Brown hydrating eye cream Boscia Amino AG eye treatment Fresh creme ancienne eye cream Caudalie Pulpe Vitaminee eye and lip cream
Hello, i have tried Vinexpert firming serum because I have concens with aging. It just seems to be so thick and reading reviews it seems like you can only use with their products. I am almost 40 and skin is getting looser. Does anyone have ideas on the best serum for aging? I have combination skin. Thanks
I'm approaching 50 but don't want to look like that. All the advertisements seem to picture young people who don't need the product in the first place. I'm looking for REAL help. Please, you 50 somethings, give me some advice.
I recieved Dr. Dennis Gross's new eye serum today and I love it. The only problem is its not quite moisturizing enough so i deffinately need a cream with it. i possted a question earlier but the suggestions i was getting were eye creams that i really had no interest in or had tried before. i called the nearest sephora and a woman told me to try shiseido benefiance (but i thought that was just for wrinkles) i've tried so many eye creams over the past year and a half that i really dont want to make another return. the main problems around my eyes are: Hydration/Dryness, Puffiness, Dark Circles(which are not always this dark and some creams do help...if only i could remeber which they were!!!) and a few fine lines a little crows feet ( maybee some firmness). but keep in mind i will be wearing dr dennis gross,s skincare ferulic+retinol triple corection eye serum with the cream. i just want something thats going to make dr gross's eye serum even better( or atleast attemt to find it), and i'm absolutely not a skincare expert...but any ideas or suggestions are more than welcome. i will stop rambling now...thanks in advance kt
I'm verry concerned about my skin and have tried to take good care of it since i was probably 12. Recently I've been seeing you should start using eye creams at 17, while other things tend to say that you don't even need anti-aging products at this age and that they will do more harm instead of good. Should I start using eye cream or any anti-aging products and if so, which ones? I don't have a lot of money to spend on a whole new line of products, but I would splurge on something really good. Good drugstore brands are also welcome. P.S.- As far as actual concerns for my eyes go, I mainly worried about prevention, however around my eyes can get dry and flaky when using just about anything. So maybe something moisturizing would be good.