Does anyone else use an anti wrinkle cream and what are your thoughts?
Posted by guest on Fri, Nov 28th, 2008
I have been reading in magazines and hearing from friends that women
should start using anti wrinkle creams when they are in their 20s. I
know that my mother did not start using that until she was older but
I'm wondering what you guys think. I
didn't know what to choose the skin care products. I normally buy Lancome products so I'm
thinking of going with them - they had it for a great price too.
vebs on Sun, Nov 30th, 2008
I think using SPF from a young age is more important, but anti wrinkle creams can be great although. I tried Olay (7 in one) but it didn't seem to work. For me L'oreal was better. Now I just use a tinted moisturiser with spf.
triciamichelle on Sun, Nov 30th, 2008
Sorry, I have no experience with lancome product whether it is good or not to resolve wrinkles. But there are lots of anti wrinkle remedies in market and I prefer Herbals Anti-Wrinkle Cream because it contains natural elements which could prevent oxidative skin damage, appearance of wrinkles and skin laxity. Regular use prevents skin damages from free radicals, reduces the visibility of existing wrinkles and delays the appearance of new ones and it has no side effect.
Leighy on Thu, Dec 11th, 2008
I have been using oil of olay's regenerist line and I am impressed with the results. I also find their hydrating moisturizer works really great under your makeup or alone. I have never tried the other products mentioned here but I will.
wrinklequeen on Thu, Dec 18th, 2008
Anti wrinkle creams can be great although i think using spf from a young age is more important. I tried Olay (7 in one) but it didn't seem to work. For me L'oreal was better. Sorry, I can remember what the full brand names are as I haven't used them in a while. Now I just use a tinted moisturiser with spf.
terone on Thu, Dec 18th, 2008
I agree L'Oreal has some great products and overall they are comparable with some department store beauty lines. I do not believe you have to spend $ 50 for a good wrinkle cream. That's ridiculous. And for many of us on a budget, just not practical.
I also alternate regular olive oil dabbed right under my eyes and on my forehead every other day or so. So simple and cheap. And it's worked wonders for me. My skin seems very smooth. Topically, they have proven it does help collagen resist damage. Many botanical skin products already include olive oil or other oils ( jajoba, almond oil, etc...) I would highly suggest it- in addition to a stronger wrinkle cream.