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Best aging cream for woman in their 20's

Im 24 years old. I hate to say it but I already notice fine lines on my forehead! I also see crows feet! I want to start an antiaging routine but after looking through all my options Im just so lost!


Could anyone give me some advice on which products to use!? Price is not an issue here, but I don't think I need to spend over 100 for a product- I assume those are for older skin and I will need those when Im older? Am I right?


I already know about sunscreen and moisturizer! so tell me from your experiences what I should use?!


Thank you so muchWoman Very Happy

What line of makeup is best for the skin?

What line of makeup is best for the skin?

Hi! I am 24 too and also recently noticed crows feet &...

Hi! I am 24 too and also recently noticed crows feet & some fine lines creeping it- it has me freaked out! I still break out occasionally, especially from stress so I need a double whammy anti wrinke PLUS anti acne product. I don't know if this necessarily applies to you but if it does, check out the Dr. Murad anti acne anti wrinkle line. I like it a lot- it's made my skin a lot smoother. I am also exfoliating 2-3x a week with Murad AHA/BHA exfoliating cleanser and once a week I do an enzyme peel with philosophy the microdelivery purifying peel. As for eyecream, I use Murad Resurgence Renewing eye cream. As you can tell, I am a big fan of that line 😃

Redhead28 makes excellent points! First of all, it's grea...

Redhead28 makes excellent points! First of all, it's great that you're starting to be concerned NOW; you're still young, and it's the perfect time to start a good skincare routine. I would add that you should exfoliate, too -- exfoliation sloughs away dead skin cells, which keeps your skin looking younger. I *love* Dermalogica's Daily Microfoliant -- it's like a facial in a bottle, and my skin has honestly never looked better. It's pricey, but it works.


Make sure that your skin is adequately moisturized, too, especially if you're using a product with retinol (or Retin-A, like I do). Vitamin A derivatives can be very drying, especially at higher concentrations (like Retin-A) -- and they also make you way more sun sensitive. I would use an SPF of at *least* 30 (I myself prefer an even higher SPF, but that's just me!). Don't forget your neck!


As for eye creams, the best ones I have used have been Kinerase Intensive Eye Cream, which is super hydrating and contains age-fighting peptides (Kinerase is a great line in general). The other good one is r3p eye by Dr. Brandt, which also contains peptides to stimulate collagen production. Wearing sunglasses was an excellent suggestion, too -- it's an easy way to fight crow's feet (really). Good luck! 🙂

First, you need to treat at night. Retinols are great. Tr...

First, you need to treat at night. Retinols are great. Try Philosophy Miracle Worker, just don't get too close to the eyelashes. Concentrate from Clinique- repairwear laser focus can be applied around eye area. I have kinerase C8 Peptide Intensive Treatment , it has antioxidants and ingredient that suppose to relax muscle. Second- For the eye creams I am currently in love with Ole Henriksen's creams. Very moisturizing- that's what is very important to plump the skin around the eyes. So treatment plus cream, then spf, sunglasses... all that good stuff))). Try Philosophy's and Kinerase's  eye creams at the store. The goal is to get super moisture without peeling off.

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