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Really mature aging skin

I have searched the boards and the majority of “mature skin” posts are 50 and under with wrinkles just starting! 
A section for 65 and over would be fabulous! Advice/ideas on moisturizer, primer then foundation for this age group is sorely needed, along with eye products that do not exaggerate the dang wrinkles by this age most of us have noticeable wrinkles and we know they aren’t going to magically disappear with makeup, but having whatever we put on creasing in the cracks we do have is disgusting. We need help here! 😃 TIA for anyone willing to share their routines and product recs! 

Re: Really mature aging skin

At nighttime over my moisturizer then i use youth to the people hydrate mask all over my face including undereyes and lids. But for morning moisturize & used saie skin tint then follow make up routine as usual. Doing this i notice my undereyes look and feel more hydrate. Plus i love fenty bright eyes for concealor due to it dries without powder . 

Re: Really mature aging skin

I totally agree with you!  There’s a lot of money to be made by a large reputable beauty brand incorporating at least a skincare line for us “wiser” women.  I follow a few board-certified dermatologists on uTube and am learning a lot.  

Re: Really mature aging skin

Could you share the derms you follow?


Re: Really mature aging skin

Tatcha The Dewy Skin Cream Plumping & Hydrating Moisturizer is a dream primer under makeup and it plumps the skin as well...


but for something more affordable, Bobbi Brown Mini Vitamin Enriched Face Base Priming Moisturizer 0.50 oz/ 15 mL 

Re: Really mature aging skin

Don't limit it to 65 and over some of us 60 yr olds have lines where makeup cakes in the creases to. Help!! And yes I moisturize. 

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