on May 25, 2010 @ 12:52 pm|
I'm in the look out for a good anti-aging moisturizer. I use Cetaphil cream moisturizer but want to use an anti-aging for night time. I'm in my early 20's and I think it'll be a good idea to start taking care of that now.
I was looking at one of Allure's winners- RoC Retinol Correxion Deep Wrinkle Night Cream. Read some reviews and some said that it's drying, the last thing I need. Also I would still need to moisturize after using the cream & I'm hoping to find a moisturizer that's anti aging to switch for bed time.
I need one that's good for dry- acne prone skin & a drugstore buy is always a plus.
Thanks for any suggestions.
|Anti-aging on May 25, 2010 @ 01:37 pm|
I've read great things about many anti-aging products from RoC and it's all about trial and error when it comes to finding skin care that works for you because everyone's skin is different. Perhaps you can go by Sephora or a Shoppers Drug Mart with a Beauty Boutique where you can ask for samples from a variety of skin care lines.
The most important thing is to use a sunscreen during the day. I haven't really looked into using anti-aging products myself, but I always use sunscreen. This will protect your skin from sun damage and premature wrinkles. I wear SPF 55 under my moisturizer every morning and because sunscreen is difficult to remove, I use a cleansing oil to remove everything, including my makeup at night.
|Thanks on May 25, 2010 @ 03:07 pm|
Not a single day now without SPF. I always use sunscreen even if I stay indoors or cloudy, rainy days.
I use extra virgin olive oil to remove my make up.
Sephora question- Can you just go to ask for samples to try even though you don't purchase anything....?
|Sephora on May 27, 2010 @ 09:12 am|
You can definitely ask for samples to try out without having to purchase anything at Sephora. When I wanted to try out a new foundation a while ago, I was given small containers of a few shades for me to test out. I would also suggest going in on a weekday if you can so that the store isn't too busy.