Gentle hydrating cleanser - one that won't strip your skin or leave it feeling "squeaky clean," dry, or tight. Many folks love CeraVe Hydrating Facial Cleanser. I use the bar form (CeraVe Hydrating Cleanser Bar) on my face and body each night. If I wash my face in the morning (aside from just gently wiping it down with a wet Makeup Eraser type cloth), I use Paula's Choice Optimal Results Hydrating Cleanser.
Hydration - a humectant ingredient (hyaluronic acid/sodium hyaluronate, PCA/sodium PCA, polyglutamic acid, honey, urea, carrageenan, etc.) can draw moisture to your skin. Peptides are also very good hydrators and skin strengtheners. Consider using The Ordinary "Buffet" 1 oz/ 30 mL on damp skin: it contains lots of peptides and hyaluronic acid.
You might wanna hold off on starting retinol or another retinoid until your skin's used to the rest of this routine. In fact, you might get good results from increased hydration and peptides alone. Note that retinoids aren't overnight miracles: results will take at least 1-2 months of consistent use. And nothing, not even tretinoin, can give you the same instant and complete wrinkle-erasing effects of injectables like Botox, so keep your expectations realistic.
Broad spectrum sunscreen (AM only), at least SPF 30 - apply it daily, regardless of weather or season. Which one's best for you depends on your personal preferences: chemical vs mineral vs. hybrid sunscreen (all 3 types are safe and effective); tinted vs. invisible vs. "eh, a little white/grey/purple cast is fine"; matte vs. natural/radiant vs. dewy vs. "glass skin" finish... A popular reliable option is Supergoop! Unseen Sunscreen SPF 40 1.7 oz/ 50 mL , but there are plenty of other good sunscreens out there, including some you'll find at your local Target or drugstore.
Get a retinol form a dermatologist (this takes care of both wrinkles and texture). From Sephora u can try biossance lactic acid(2-3 nights per week) or Paulas choice azeleic and wear sunscreen to prevent more wrinkles . Also get a thick moisturizer like the naturium ceramide cream(not at Sephora)