I'm 24 and want to get on my anti-aging, I've tried samples of both of these with decent results but I'm not sure what exactly the difference between these two is and was curious to hear of others experiences/recommendations. I tried to go into my local Sephora and ask and was told "That's a good question" and never got an answer =\
I'm 28 and have started to see the smile line wrinkle around my mouth area which is getting more and more noticeable. Just wondering if its possible to help diminish it with antiaging skincare products.What products have worked for you that you would recommend. I've listed my current skincare routine below but am wondering whether I should incorporate more antiaging products into it. Daytime routine: -Hada Labo whitening toner (japanese brand) -Shiseido White Lucent Brightening Emulsion mixed with 2-3 drops of the Algenist Anti-Aging Repairing Oil -Kiehls Avocado Eyecream -Kiehls Ultra Facial Cream (if my face is feeling dry) -Sunscreen (usually a japanese one that I have lying around) Nighttime routine: -double cleanse with a cleansing oil then use my clarisonic with Purity Made Simple cleanser -PTR Retinol Fusion PM (only use this 2x per week) -Shiseido Benefiance Wrinkle Resist Night Emulsion mixed with 2-3 drops of the Nude ProGenius Treatment Oil -Kiehls Ultra Facial Cream -Algenist Eye Renewal Balm
Hello, What is the best skincare line for Age Prevention for Mid-20's? OR Best Eye Cream, Best Day Cream, Best Night Cream, etc. I have become obsessed with finding the perfect Age Prevention skincare routine and would love to hear what everyone recommends. I really love Origin's Age Prevention line but am open to new brands and suggestions. (BTW I already use sunscreen.) THANKS!
I noticed that the ingredients in the ole henriksen invigorating treatment new package are kind of different from the old one. For those who have used both, did you noticed anything different from the results on your skin?
I wish I had paid attention to my neck earlier in the game, but now I'm making up for lost time. I've always taken great care of my face, and I'm happy to say, that at age 59, it has paid off. But my neck is showing my age and I'd really like to do something about that! Short of surgery (not an option), I've been using my nighttime heavy duty moisturizers on my neck am and pm, but I'm wondering if it's time to invest in a neck cream. Do they really make a difference? How are they different from face creams? My neck is showing some redness and some horizontal creasing (hope that makes sense) so I'd really like to find a cream that would reduce the redness and help firm up the area a bit. Has anyone used neck creams that have helped them? Expensive or drugstore, I'm open to suggestions! Thanks!!
Hi, I am 23. My forehead has small wrinkles. I used to have acne on my forehead, after my acne is gone, my forehead skin gets a lot of small fine lines and wrinkles and large pores. I have combination skin. My T-zone gets oily. I have been searching for some good products for my problem. anti-aging, anti-wrinkle, minimize pore.etc. I am looking forward to good suggestions. Thank you very much
I've run out of face cream and feel it is the perfect time to try a new product. I'm 58 and my skin seems dull and a bit blotchy. I've been using Philosophy Miracle Worker. Any suggestions for a reasonably priced regimen?
Can anyone recommend an anti-aging cleanser for a woman in her mid 30's? I have some dry patches, fine lines and wrinkles but otherwise pretty normal. I'm currently using Algenist skin care products but I haven't tried their cleansers. Help please!!
I'm looking for advice on preventing wrinkles, while not causing more acne. I have oily/combination skin and get acne frequently (3-5 pimples per week), but am starting to develop slight wrinkles on my forehead (I know, there are worse things happening in the world!). I would like to begin treating/preventing wrinkles before they advance, but assume most aging products are for women with dry, mature skin. Can anyone recommend products/regimens for wrinkle prevention on acne-prone skin? Thank you in advance
As a woman in her late 30's, I have been using Clinique's Repairwear Laser Focus for lines on my forehead for the last few years. I think it's been helping - at least my lines haven't gotten worse. Now that Clinique has introduced the new Smart Custom Repair Serum, I wonder if I should make the switch. I plan to stop by the Clinique counter at Macy's this week, but wanted to see if anyone had some advice before I make the switch.
PLEASE RECOMMEND A SKIN CARE REGIME FOR A 61 YEAR OLD FEMALE. MY FACE LACKS BRIGHTNESS AND EVENESS. MY EYES HAVE EXTREMLY DARK CIRCLES UNDERNEATH. MY ENTIRE FACE LOOKS SICKLY PALE AND EXTREMELY WHITE. EVEN WHEN WEARING MAKE UP I STILL LOOK THIS WAY. I HAVE HAD PICTURES TAKEN AND I LOOK LIKE SOMEONE FROM BANGLADESH. I WANT TO INVEST IN MAKE UP ALSO, BUT RIGHT NOW, I NEED TO FOCUS ON SKINCARE. THANKYOU
I AM 61 AND NEED HELP FOR FACE AND EYES. MY FACE LACKS RADIANCE AND MY EYES LOOK SUNKEN IN WITH NO RADIANCE, JUST DEEP DARK CIRCLES UNDERNEATH. NATURALLY AT MY AGE I AM CONCERNED WITH LINES AND WRINKLES. I HAVE VERY THIN LIPS WITH A LOT OF LINES AND WRINKLES ABOVE THE UPPER LIP. ANYTIME I HAVE A PICTURE TAKEN, WITH COMPLETE MAKE UP ON, MY FACE AND EYES LOOK EXTREMELY WHITE AND PALE. I AM DESPERATE TO FIND SKIN CARE AGING PRODUCTS IN ADDITION TO MAKE UP THAT WILL HELP. THANK YOU.
I have oily, sensitive, Acne prone skin. I have been using a DMAE 30% Glycolic Acid cream from another website, since I was 19. I'm 25 now and I still use it. My skin has gotten used to it I think so I would like to add the Dr Dennis Gross Ferulic Acid + Retinol Brightening solution to my night time routine. I want to put the Retinol Brightening solution on first, then the Glycolic Acid DMAE cream. My only concern is that, it will counteract each other, or potentially harm my skin. Is it ok to use Glycolic Acid with Retinol and Ferulic Acid? I only plan to use the two for my night routine. I want to get rid of the sun damage to my skin, the blackheads, some acne scars, and I want good anti-aging benefits. I spent a lot of my life in the sun without SPF and it is catching up to me. I want to make sure I stay looking young in the future.
A little bit about my skin: I am 24 and have combination/dry skin I am currently using Philosophy Time in a Bottle as my serum and am really liking it, however I am running out of it and looking to switch it up for a bit. I just don't want my skin to get too used to Time in a Bottle since I am still young and will probably really "need" it in the future lol. I do want a serum with anti-aging benefits and hydration is always a plus. Thanks for taking the time to read this! Looking forward to reading all the suggestions
I am suffering from wrinkles and rough skin problems. My friends suggested me to use equinox skin care cream by sheridan labs. I have read some scams and some complaints but there are some positive reviews also. Now I am confused, is there anyone who suggests me about it?? Scam or not?
I am 24 years old and beginning to think a lot more about preventing the signs of aging on my face. I essentially have two questions: What moisturizers do you recommend and in what order should I apply it with my other products? I am interested in an anti-aging serum that is thin enough to use under makeup but won't make me oily. I use a regular moisturizer and cc cream. If I use a moisturizing serum, is it necessary to use another moisturizer or will this replace it? I do usually use an anti aging lotion at night (that's too thick and oily looking for day) and a moisture mask a few days a week. During the day, I use a thin sunscreen (that I'm thinking of ditching because of the texture), a tiny bit of moisturizer, a primer, cc cream, and then a tad of powder if I am going out on a date or something. Does this sound like the right order?
i have a great night moisturizer from peter ? and am looking for something during the day (in morning before makeup), the studies on this look incredible , all high 90s on improvement - i have had luck with his peters facial wash and also night cream, so i thought this might be good to try, but its a hefty investment and i wanna be sure i understand what it is, what it does, and if it will help me first 2 questions 1) does this have any harsh chemicals i need to be worried about? would it leave any redness or effects? 2) do i need to put on another moisturizer after or does this product "regenerate" and also moisturize?? i am 34, main goal is to prevent wrinkles, nothing so bad yet. also my face on cheeks can be a bit blotchy with redness but its mild-moderate and doesnt bother me too much
Dear BT'ers, When I found this forum I was feeling SO low about the sun-caused pigmentation splattering across my face, especially since I had tried every premium and drug store brands best product for fading such ugly marks. Thanks to your excellent suggestions, I no longer need even medium coverage foundation, so I'm mainly using a BB Glow cream. The sun spots and patches are now barely visible. Eight weeks ago I would never have imagined this possible. I truly cannot thank you all enough!
I am 21 years old, and I have fine wrinkles under my eyes. I really want to buy an eye cream that will prevent more wrinkles from forming, and diminish the ones I already have. I have been using the Korres Quercetin & Oak Anti-ageing Anti-wrinkle Eye Cream for two years, but I don't really see a difference. I really wanted to try the Origins plantscription, but it burned when I applied it on my eyes. Do you know any good eye creams that you can recommend to me?