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drrobin
The skin under my eyes has gotten thin with winkles. Any recommendations?
I am 42 years old, and have had a very stressful year.  It shows on my face.  I have been lucky up until now to not to have much in the way of aging issues, but this year has hit me hard.  I need something to plump up the skin under my eyes and fight those lines and wrinkles that are starting to pop up.  I would love to hear about others' experiences.  I have medium toned skin that is usually normal to oily, but in the winter it does tend to get dry.  Thank you.
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NikaBT
NikaBT BEAUTY ADVISOR / BEAUTY ADVISOR BEAUTY ADVISOR / replied
Hi drrobin,   mrsbaine has great advice, there's nothing like sleep and water, but it goes without saying there are times in our lives when great sleep and relaxatio... see post
Mizoura
Anti-Aging Suggestions for Sensitive/Combo Skin
I am 32 and have quite sensitive skin. Any allergies (food, environmental etc) show themselves on my skin. As I've gotten older, I find that there are things that are becoming issues and I would like advice from all you lovely women and men on brands/products to use.   * I have an olive complexion and my skin type is sensitive/combination. I tend to get an oily T-zone, with dry lower cheeks/mouth etc.   * I've noticed that my pores are much larger, especially on my cheeks and face by/on my nose.   * I have black circles under my eyes and have tried most everything but nothing seems to help!   * I don't get many break outs, but when I do, it's usually around my jawline and some whiteheads on my actual face which aren't visible, just uncomfortable.   I've been using Origins Plantscription cleanser, Night cream and Origins Mushroom "toner" which seems to help with the redness I get sometimes. The day cream is way too oily...I should've gotten the oil-free one. ** I don't have wrinkles...yet. What I would like is to:  Brighten my skin, have less visible pores, even out skin tone, decrease black circles and minimise break outs!   I prefer natural or close to natural products and ones that don't test on animals. But TBH, if I can find product(s) which works and doesn't irritate my skin, I'll make sacrifices!   Please help!  
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GabrieleBurkoth
Anti - Ageing
Hello! I coming back home for Christmas and my mom asked me for a Anti Ageing product She has a great skin, 48 years old but looks a lot younger. Her main concern is the eye area... What is the best product in the market right now?  Thank you!
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heartsmyface
HALL OF FAMER heartsmyface / HALL OF FAMER HALL OF FAMER / replied
Your mom looks fabulous!  Have you any idea what products she already uses so we can get an idea of her skin concerns?   Glamglow thirsty mud is AMAZEBALLS for dry skin... see post
beutphy
Confused by too many products!
Hi, I just turned 37. I exfoliate my face with Neutrogena when I shower and I moisturize with Aveno in the am and right before bed. I'm simply overwhelmed by all of the products out there and the idea of sampling products leaves me both bored and exhausted. Isn't there a simple, easy to follow skincare routine? I'm bothered by uneven skin tones mostly. Combination skin type, I think.
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chouchou07
BEAUTY BOSS chouchou07 / BEAUTY BOSS BEAUTY BOSS / replied
Here are some good brands: Caudalie, Ole Henriksen, Fresh, Clinique, Arcona (not carried by sephora)   MPAS is right. You should buy some few kits from brands you are... see post
Mimi099
I am 33 and started having wrinkles under my eyes. Whats the best product for that?
Hello,   I am relatively fair (I use biege foundation) and my skin is a combination sensitive skin.    I dont know whether I should use concealer only or an anti aging product/formula. I feel that I am growing old and dont know what I should really do about that. I am currently using Eucerin, this is it: http://www.britsuperstore.com/acatalog/Eucerin_AQU Aporin_ACTIVE_Moisturising_Eye_Cream_15ml.jpg   I then use Benifit's Stay do not stray primer, then dior nude concealer, this one:   http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-4Hyo_t-Vn8A/Tf5Dyz7KisI/ AAAAAAAACbY/YIUQadbekwc/s1600/Dior%2Bconcealer.jpg   But I am not seeing any change, in fact the area turn grey but I dont want to use a corrector because I dont want to use so many products in the under eye area.    Is there a product that serves as a medical treatment and at the same time a concealer and anti aging?    Thanks. 
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ballerinagrl
BEAUTY MASTER ballerinagrl / BEAUTY MASTER BEAUTY MASTER / replied
Hi, Mimmi, To make the wrinkles less visible you might want to try an eye cream that offers the full spectrum of anti ageing benefits (plumps up fine lines with retinol,... see post
Gamingangel
Clarisonic question
Is something like a Clarisonic good if you have "older" skin? I have oily skin. Blackheads on nose and breakouts around my period time only. But just wondering since I read it helps with collegen and maybe it will help with my overall skin health?
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skintester
HALL OF FAMER skintester / HALL OF FAMER HALL OF FAMER / replied
It's not for everyone. There are people who swear by it. I had the Clarisonic Pro and it didn't work for my normal-combination skin. No matter how lightly and infrequent... see post
ballerinagrl
JUVERDERM FILLER - ANY VIEWS?
So, the inherited caves beneath my eyes are more noticeable now I got rid of a lot of the darkness, and the husband thinks Juverderm fillers might be the answer. He even offered to buy them for me for Christmas. He thinks I'm spending to much on serums and creams and  figures fillers could work out less expensive ...   Frankly I'm kind of scared of the idea, since I've never had botox even, and when my ankle broke in two places in the summer, they wanted to stick a metal pin in it, but I wouldn't let them, as I'm afraid of being operated on ...   Please share any thoughts/experiences with me.   I'm definitely struggling to get used to the fact that I don't really look like me anymore, but fillers seems like such an extreme solution (even if they do cost less than the $1,500 a month I spend on skincare ...)   Thanks in advance for responding!
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ballerinagrl
BEAUTY MASTER ballerinagrl / BEAUTY MASTER BEAUTY MASTER / replied
Definitely Juverderm has the potential to save me a lot of money even if I go to the best doctors in the country. However, I read magazines, so I see all the pictures wh... see post
joanna856
what antiaging products can i use while pregant?
having a hard time finding anything that doesn't have retinol in it! even when its not advertised as a retinol product I find it in the ingredients
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Gamingangel
BEAUTY BUFF Gamingangel / BEAUTY BUFF BEAUTY BUFF / replied
I had the hardest time finding anything that I could use. I ended up using skinfood skin care. I wonder if Origins may be ok?  see post
SazzMaTazz
Product similar to Natural Advantage
Hello! My mother, 60yr old with combo skin, uses Natural Advantage anti aging products for her face and neck. I read the ingredients and they are loaded with parabens, sulfates, and worse. Is there any product I can get her that is similar to Natural Advantage, minus the harmful ingredients?  Please help!
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NYStephA
BEAUTY WHIZ NYStephA / BEAUTY WHIZ BEAUTY WHIZ / replied
My highest recommendation is the Airelle skincare line.  It is 100% natural and I find it extremely effective!  I was very impressed with it's ingredient list and I am c... see post
Guill
I am male 40 & need something to help smooth my neck and forehead
I am male 40 years old and need something to help smooth my neck and forhead...what would be the best product to use. Thanks,
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MarciaBrady
HALL OF FAMER MarciaBrady / HALL OF FAMER HALL OF FAMER / replied
Algenist's Firming & Lifting Retinol serum does wonders. The results will start to show in a couple of weeks, but it takes time for the product to do its real magic. I'd... see post
RunBeauty12
What is the best skincare line for Age Prevention for Mid-20's?
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!
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sharma
BEAUTY MAVEN sharma / BEAUTY MAVEN BEAUTY MAVEN / replied
I am also in my 20s I recommend using sun screen with zinc oxide in the morning, go to a derm for retinol- I would be careful using it without supervision of a doctor be... see post
supernurse916
re: retinol v. vitamin C v. AHA
Hi,   I'm 52 with very few wrinkles/lines.  Just a few between my brows and on my forehead.  I currently use a vitamin C serum in the morning and an AHA serum at night.  I'm wondering if I should be adding a retinol to the mix?  Any thoughts?   Thanks so much,   Lisa
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lylysa
HALL OF FAMER lylysa / HALL OF FAMER HALL OF FAMER / replied
You're welcome, Tracygirl64! Happy to help any time!  see post
Samshoediva
Under Eye Cream for bags
Hi Ladies   I was wondering if any of you can recommend a good eye cream to help with under eye bags. I haven't found anything that really helps get rid of them and I am starting to feel like I look haggered. Any help with this would be lovely. 
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lylysa
HALL OF FAMER lylysa / HALL OF FAMER HALL OF FAMER / replied
Depending on what the bags/puffiness stem from will determine how they can be addressed. If your eyes naturally happen to have more skin or volume to produce the appeara... see post
Maximas
night cream
What night cream do I need for 47 year old, to help with anti aging, reducing fine visible lines and to help with elasticity?
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vintagebeauty
vintagebeauty / FRESH FACE / replied
You should check out Algenist. They have a really great line of anti-aging moisturizers.  see post
ladybug99
aging skin needs help
62 went thru 4 years of chemo therapy. I need a good moisturizer to use under make up. wrinkles and firming regiment, what suggestions does any one have for tightening and firming too?
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greenporchlights
BEAUTY GURU greenporchlights / BEAUTY GURU BEAUTY GURU / replied
It is likely that no single over-the-counter skincare product will firm your skin, but if you craft a skincare regimen that includes sunscreen, an AHA or BHA exfoliator,... see post
garcialaura
Retinol cream for sensitive skin
Hi there,   I'm turning 31 soon and I heard from my dermathologist that I should be wearing a retinol cream. I asked what was his recommendation and he said anything simple that I could get at pharmacies. So I visited Sephora and got so overwhelmed by the amount of options we have and how every single one seems the perfect one for you, I read everything and all of the reviews and I'm still not sure... and since they are pretty expensive, and my skin is quite sensitive, I'd like to ask someone here who knows what would be a good retinol cream for face and maybe something for the eye area ( I even wonder if at 31 I should be wearing retinol around my eyes - please advise).   Thank for your help   Much love,   Laura  
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mrsbaine
HALL OF FAMER mrsbaine / HALL OF FAMER HALL OF FAMER / replied
There are Retinol creams specific to your eyes, and ones for your face. I use Trish McEvoy's Retinol eye cream, which can be purchased at Department stores that sell her... see post
Vaashtii
Q. Beginning skin care?
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!!!!   
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greenchilli
HALL OF FAMER greenchilli / HALL OF FAMER HALL OF FAMER / answered
A. Here is a basic routine that I follow:   At night:   1. Cleanse - to remove dirt and makeup. Use a gentle cleanser.  I use Philosophy, but there are many products t... see post
LoriLew
Need a good wrinkle fighting and skin firming night cream.
what is the best Lancome night cream to keep wrinkles at bay, i use genefique for day time firming and the serum day and night. thank you.
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LoriLew
SCENE QUEEN LoriLew / SCENE QUEEN SCENE QUEEN / replied
Thanks Ballerina, I am not stuck on Lancome, I got a free sample of the Genefique serum and loved it so I ordered a full size, as well as eye care and a day cream for fir... see post
danicanicole
help me help my dad? :)
My dad is looking for something to help tighten/firm his skin as well as reduce the appearance of pores. He has combination skin and is a bit sensitive. He doesn't have any sun spots right now and currently wears sunscreen every day but that wasn't the case when he was younger so if a product can also help prevent sun spots that'd be great. He basically just wants to look younger (or in my opinion just maintain his appearance as he already looks about 15 years younger than he is). Any suggestions/advice would be greatly appreciated!!
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LarissaLaDonna
BEAUTY PRO LarissaLaDonna / BEAUTY PRO BEAUTY PRO / replied
Has he tried to do all natural face masks to help clear up his skin and pores? I would suggest a yogurt,strawberry and honey mask. They are all great at clearing up skin... see post
kcuer
OILY SKIN: SENSITIVE: WANT ANTI AGING FACE MASK
I have oily skin and am looking for an anti-aging face mask. My skin is INCREDIBLY sensitive, making things difficult. If I even try to use any sort of exfoliant, my skin breaks out with little bumps immediately. I've been using a face wash from my dermatologist and a lotion from here by Lancome. I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions for what face masks I would be able to try that wouldn't break my skin out?
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lylysa
HALL OF FAMER lylysa / HALL OF FAMER HALL OF FAMER / replied
By chance are you aware of the specific components your skin is sensitive to? By chance have you discussed wanting a face mask with anti-aging components with your derma... see post
Ryn1
Q. looking for a night face cream
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?
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gxlxaxm
BEAUTY GURU gxlxaxm / BEAUTY GURU BEAUTY GURU / answered
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teatime44
What is the best face serum to buy?
DiVWA
HALL OF FAMER DiVWA / HALL OF FAMER HALL OF FAMER / replied
Hey Kam, thanks for the update. I don't recall the tightening effect but will be sure to watch for this next time I use it. I agree that it's the texture of a heavy crea... see post
kelly101
Deal Of The Year!
At least that's what it feels like to me lol!   On Wed I was browsing the sale section and saw something called Peter Thomas Roth Flawless Face Trio.  The trio included a FULL size 1oz bottle of PTR Retinol Fusion, .30oz of un-wrinkel eye cream and .5oz of spf moisturizer.     The best part?  The price! $22.25 Yep, you read that right $22.25. The very same full size bottle of Retinol Fusion PM sells for $65.00 alone!   I couldn't believe what I was seeing so on a whim I ordered 3 of the trios.  They arrived today and sure enough, it is the full size bottle! I went back this afternoon to buy a few more (greedy, I know but I love the PM Retinol) and it is no longer listed.  When i go to my order page and click on the trio it comes up the page is not available.     I'm super excited and thankful that I caught it when I did.  Goes to show - just when you thought you have the website memorized, you never know why you may find!   Passing good karma on to the rest of you beauties!  xoxox    
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TrysBeautyItems
HALL OF FAMER TrysBeautyItems / HALL OF FAMER HALL OF FAMER / replied
Good deal.   Saw a 4piece set similar on PTR direct, Sephora doesn't have though, for $65 - includes full size Retinol fusion pm Of course direct has other sets, ... see post
Janelle14
Anti Aging in Late 20'sd and my
Hi there. 27 years old and my skin isn't what it used to be. I have a fairly good regime with cleansing and moisturizing but I am looking t change it up with some anti-aging products in hopes of preventing.  I've been to drugstores and the advice I've gotten has been varied. My skin is oily/combination and I definitely don't want anything thick as I'll break out. Any suggestions for an eye cream and moisturizer?
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TrysBeautyItems
HALL OF FAMER TrysBeautyItems / HALL OF FAMER HALL OF FAMER / replied
With insurance a derm visit copay isn't much. My derm dislikes the generic retinol, since it doesn't get in deep, a brand name works better..even then there are rx savin... see post
Montanye
Serum
I am currently using Dr. Brandt Glow system and want to add a serum for day use...what can I use that will interact well these products?
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lylysa
HALL OF FAMER lylysa / HALL OF FAMER HALL OF FAMER / replied
If you are looking for something that is more geared to vitamin C, check out the products in the below thread:   http://community.sephora.com/t5/Products/Perricone-Vit... see post
Bazzle79
anti-aging cleanser
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!!
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greenchilli
HALL OF FAMER greenchilli / HALL OF FAMER HALL OF FAMER / replied
I am one that doesn't care for "anti-aging" cleansers because I don't think it is a meaningful description.  Cleansers are on our face for only a minute or two and we wa... see post
njattana
ANR vs Smart Serum?
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 =\
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lylysa
HALL OF FAMER lylysa / HALL OF FAMER HALL OF FAMER / replied
Great to hear you're already practicing sun safety. In terms of warding off signs of future damage and essentially continuing to preserve your skin's healthy and youthfu... see post