I'm 48 years old and feel like my makeup routine probably needs some updating from what I've always done and always used. I want a natural look and to not look all made up. Any suggestions? Where do I even begin?
I'm needing to step up my game with moisturizer (I use an oil-free SPF in the mornings) or moisturizing at night--with a really good wrinkle cream. I need it around my mouth, on my forehead, in between my brows, and under my eyes. What can I use that will work--but that won't make me break out? I have sensitive skin and live in Colorado where it's very dry, especially in the winter. Thank you so much!
I love the Maracuja Eye Treatment and I've wondered if anyone here has tried the Neck Treatment since it was available on QVC for awhile. My only hesitation is the actual Maracuja oil broke me out as I have sensitive acne prone skin and it really got some mixed reviews on QVC. I see no reviews on youtube either. I like the eye cream because I have an allergy to rentinol and this didn't have any in it. The cream I haven't had any reaction to versus the oil.
I admit it; I have never regularly moisturized my neck / décolletage. Seeing as my 26th birthday comes next month, I feel it is high time for me to begin caring for this feature since it is an area that can really show your age if not sufficiently looked after. I can already see creases formed from where my skin folds when I bow my neck downward, and this displeases me. I imagine that it will only go downhill from now as I move through my late 20s and proceed into my 30s. So I want to hear about everyone's routine for moisturizing and caring for the skin in this delicate area. I am unclear as to whether I can just use my regular facial moisturizers, if I should look for something more firming and toning or specifically anti-aging, if I should be doing any other sort of targeted treatments, etc. If you have any tips or recommendations, please weigh in! For a little background, I have a pretty good skin routine going for my face, and my regular moisturizers are Caudalie Vinosource Moisturizing Sorbet, Caudalie Vinosource Overnight Recovery Oil, and Fresh Lotus Youth Preserve Face Cream for summer days when I require less intensive moisture. Thank you!
My skincare routine currently consists of evening cleanse with FAB cleanser, followed by FAB Radiance Pads, then JM Argan Oil Light. AM is sometimes a cleanse, sometimes not (depending on the grease level), followed by JM Moisturizer SPF 47. I really don't have wrinkles or any age spots at this time. The only thing I'd want in a serum is for it to help these stay away. Thoughts?
I am 18, and I want to start a really good skincare regimen to help prevent aging. I have combination skin, it tends to get a little oily in t-zone. What kind of products should I be using? Any suggestions?
I'm only 18, but I am looking for a good moisturizer with anti-oxidants that will help protect my skin from sun and pollution damage. I know to wear sunscreen, I use an SPF 50 everyday Plus, I can get oily in my t-zone. Any suggestions?
What is your all time favorite face serum? I'm using jack black and I'm loving it! Check it out its a men's product filled with peptides! Big 2oz bottle I've had since October a bang for your buck for sure! i have to say I will continue to repurchase this product for as long as they make it. I've seen woman's serums half the size triple the money and have the ingredients of this serum! Sinks right in non greasy I have no lines on my face and I'm turning 40 next week. Check it out ladies.
I purchased my clarisonic last month and it has increased the apperance and number of my sunspots. Is this a normal reaction? If so, can you please recommend a product to reduce the appearance of them? Here is a little background. I am 29 years old. I regretfully tanned most of my youth and had acne as a teenager. I noticed my first sunspot two months ago which led to a shopping spree of new anti-aging products to include the Mia 2 and a whole new Clinique cleaning/moisturizing regime.
I got a sample of this a little over a week ago and this is there best serum EVER, kept looking at Sephora and found it today!! I really grabed this up fast! I know there are tons of people that love Algenist on Beauty Talk so I thought you would want to grab this up quick! It's smooth, silky, thick and helps tons with dryness. This smells Amazing! Have only used it about a week so I'm not sure yet how it will work for fine lines and wrinkles. With all the people that responded last time I posted a question about Algenist I just thought some of you would love to know how it works! Let me know if you want or have tried it yourself! Thanks ladies and gentlemen any questions I would be glad to help if I can, thanks in advance and get this now! Lol. Merry Christmas to all of you,
I'm a 41 year old mother of 3 (two are teenagers) in full-time nursing school. This means very little sleep, high stress and little time for self...what is a good face cream out there for black combo skin with open pores....oh on a budget. Thanks.
http://www.sephora.com/needles-no-more-P391802 Sephora/BT was kind enough to send me a new product to test called Needles no more by Dr. Brandt Skincare. Its marketed as a wrinkle relaxer, for immediate and long term use. I have tried it several times, and will update later as how it works long term. The scent is peppermint and it has a cooling sensation when applied. I have the "brinkle" in between the brows, fine lines around the eyes and very prominent forehead wrinkles from raising my eyebrows so much I find it does smooth them slightly- (as Im not yet 30yrs I don't have very prominent lines, so ladies 40+ may see more dramatic results, just because there is more to work with here ) So far I like it, the smell doesn't bother me and I haven't had any adverse side effects from using it. Will update later
I used to wear light makeup and take fairly decent care of my skin. About 10 years ago I stopped because I was working outdoors a lot, the moisturizers, makeup etc. would run into my eyes when I sweat and burn or turn kind of greasy. So I stopped wearing makeup, moisturizer and everything. Now I am finding myself at 50 years old and not liking what I see in the mirror. I would like to start back a good regimen of anti-aging skin care and makeup (most likely liquid foundation, etc. because I find the powder foundation, finishing powder and blush that I loved many years ago now shows the dryness and lines). My skin is beginning to look thinner, sagging and wrinkling with lines around my mouth and eyes. My skin tone is a bit uneven now and dull. But I don't like anything greasy or really heavy. I would like to have a good face serum, eye serum, face moisturizer, makeup remover, etc. to get my face back into better shape and a good quality makeup for someone my age, etc. What can you suggest? I am not really concerned about the price, I am more concerned with what might be most beneficial for me. Thanks!
Any thoughts on this product? I've heard nothing but raves and tried the sample which so far I love but I am acne prone so this could be a short-lived result. I've also heard pretty negative things about Lavender Oil which is a main ingredient
Which anti-ageing cream gives you a smile every time you see it and erases all lines without a trace? I love Clinique laser focus and Ole Henriksen pure truth. Is there anything you beauties can't live without?