Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Anti aging cream?

whats the best and relatively cheap uk based anti aging cream ?Anti aging cream?
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What age did you start to use an anti-wrinkle eye cream?

I'm asking in this section because I spend a lot of time here- and always feel like I get better answers here!!

Lately I have noticed my eyes are looking tired (probably because I haven't slept through the night in over a year thanks to my adorable little boy =) )

I have darker circles than I had before and I am noticing the fine lines.

So I am researching wrinkle creams and such. There are about a million to chose- and I wish I would have started using one earlier to prevent this!!

I'm 28.

What age did you start using one? Any suggestions on a cream that truly works!!??

Thanks so much!!What age did you start to use an anti-wrinkle eye cream?
I never did. Get that baby sleeping through the night! Now! Also, I think drinking lots of water, getting rest (I know it's hard with a little one) and laughing daily keeps me looking young. I do remember trying prep-H (no...I'm not kidding you) to shrink puffy eyes when I was in your new mother, sleepless shoes. It actually worked!What age did you start to use an anti-wrinkle eye cream?
None of it really works anyway, just get some under eye concealer.
Well, I'm 21 and I use ';eye brightener'; by biore'. Actually, I don't even think it's called 'eye brightener' but that's basically what it does. I just dab some on under my eyes in the morning and it really helps my dark circles. My daughter is so restless at night I never, ever get a whole nights sleep. There are a lot of brands that make these products, but they're basically just quick fixes to dark circles.

I also ';try'; to put Vaseline under my eyes and around my lips every night, to help prevent wrinkles, but for some people that's too harsh. Olay makes a lot of good products aimed at wrinkle care and from some reviews I've read they work pretty well. I would just try a few things, because some people swear by one, while another swears by another product. Just find what works for you and no, it isn't too early to start, better now then later.

What age do you start using anti - wrinkle cream at?

I was working in my part time job on sat in tescos, and i served a woman olay cream. I was wondering what age do you reckon you should start using it she said the earlier the better. i mean im 20 and i dont want to start using it too early. also im stressed cos my skin is gettin bad due to the fact i work late nights in a bar to keep the money levels up for university. i noticed my eyes getting shadows and i never used to get spots but now i got a few round my mouth, wot do i do to make this better? thanks xWhat age do you start using anti - wrinkle cream at?
Well i was watching the Tyra show, %26amp;this question also came up. The lady said you have to start using it ASAP, meaning even if you're only 10! What age do you start using anti - wrinkle cream at?
You are never to late to invest in good skin care!

Always wash your face before bed and always use a night cream and eye cream. Drink lots of water and exfoliate your skin once a week for best results- the cheapest way is either to use baking soda with some water or buy a tube of facial scrub- in the morning wash your face again and the lightly rub an ice cube on your face and under the eyes. always use a light facial lotion before applying any foundation, the ice cube will help the dark shadows and you can get some concealer for the spots. hope I have helped- and remember plenty of rest is the best!
Yeah I always wondered about that too! I'm 19 and a while ago I started buying moisturisers and serums with anti-aging things in them cos I thought that postponing wrinkles was better than trying to get rid of them when I'm 40 and its too late and too hard to get rid of them. But then again, its confusing because if you start using one now how do you really know its working because by the time you get older you'll know but then its too late anyway to go back and try a better one or whatever if it didn't work. I would use one if someone could actually tell us that they DO work but I don't wanna waste loads of money if they're useless.
My wife being an estetician has said to me that it should be at 16 so the body gets the nutrients to keep looking young. Another tip drink alot of water, the reasons for wrinkles are 3 (excess sun, low water consumption, make-up chemicals). I think you should start as soon as you can but youre at a great start.
Better consult a dermatologist first before you apply anything on your face. The contents of anti-wrinkle creams are very strong and you are too young to use it. Mostly people over 40 are the best age to use it.

*Maybe you can try using a moisturizer to get rid of the blemishes and a sunblock whenever you go out.
If You Call Your Doctor And Ask Them For A Appointment Too Look At Your Spots, You Can Also Call The Chemist And Ask For A Spot Cream, I Got One And They Didn't Work I Asked For Another And It Worked.

The Doctor Give Me A 3 Month Prescripsion For Tablets And A Cream.

And Using Anti-Agein Cream When You Feel Its The Right Time, Its Not Like Someones Going Too Insult You For Using It At 20, They Probably Say You Dont Need It, Which Would Probably Be Teh Truth :)

Start using it right now because I think your face is losing its youth because of your job

and stop drinking too (if you do) because that will also make your skin worse

and for your eyes, use cucumbers or ice to awaken them

you need to start taking care of yourself!
Anti aging serums and creams are good at any age. I buy them for my teenage kids because the stuff exfoliates and lightens the dark spots caused by acne. I also tell my 17 year daughter to use sunscreen now to avoid the damage.
You can get 'before-wrinkle' creams to help prevent wrinkles instead of filling out wrinkles you already have.

Also in Boots they have a different range of anti-wrinkle products for different ages: 30, 35, 40, 50, 60 %26amp; 70

Hey i started using anti wrinkle stuff at thirteen not because I need it but because I wanna stop wrinkles before they start just like skin cancer, I wear sunscreen moisterizer at a Very very young age because I wanna prevent me from getting skin cancer.
well if you think you look bad, then use the cream, it can't hurt you, and you don't have to be embarrassed about it.
The earlier the better, even so if the weather or being up late effects your skin, then i would suggest using something to help your skin.
Go ahead and use the cream. It wont hurt you to use it. If you have wrinkles, use it.
I heard a dermatologist say this: ';you are at a good age to you anti-wrinkle creams as soon as you want to use them'; I've stuck with that!
i use it now and im 20 even tho i dont have wrinkles i think its good to start early plus theres no harm in it is there.
When I was 16.

My friends bought me some wrinkle cream as a joke and I put it on and it made my skin softer.
when you begin to get wrinkles

Can i use an anti-wrinkle cream for around my eyes at age 25 ?Or is it still early?

I've read that it's fine to start in your 20s.

Also, if you really want to prevent wrinkles, UV ray protection (sunscreen) is optimum. Sunscreen along with anti-wrinkle cream should keep your skin smooth for decades (or at least smoother that most people's).Can i use an anti-wrinkle cream for around my eyes at age 25 ?Or is it still early?
This is the right age to begin.

Good luck for your everlasting youth.

For more ideas on how to stop looking aged, check this out-

http://www.doctorgoodskin.com/ds/agingsk鈥?/a>Can i use an anti-wrinkle cream for around my eyes at age 25 ?Or is it still early?
Never too early.
Use it to prevent major wrinkles from forming.
I heard that the best one is OLAY Regenerist, itsrelatively inexpensive and contains POLYPEPTIDES. Einstein said the future of medicine is prevention. Also use sunscreen liberally and drink plenty of water.
Yes, it is never too early to get into a good skin care regimen.
better dont use tat...it may cause any side effects
the earlier the better, I'm 24 and use this creams since 23, by the way I use ponds and nivea. I look fabulous!
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The earlier you start, the better your results are, and when your in your 50's your skin will still look like it's in it's 30's
the earlier you use it the better it it is. it will prevent further wrinkles

My age is 18 yrs. can i use anti wrinkle cream daily, just for firmness?

i will give u right suggestion as u r my friend

u should not use it daily

it can make bad effect to Ur skinMy age is 18 yrs. can i use anti wrinkle cream daily, just for firmness?
I say yes. I started using it when I was 18. I'm 33 and I have no wrinkles.My age is 18 yrs. can i use anti wrinkle cream daily, just for firmness?
Please do not, lest your skin rebels later on...
No it's messing up the natural collagen in the skin cause the skin has not matured enough... the cream is designed for older skin... I'd say no! Don't use it...
sure. it will prevent wrinkles at an earlier age.

Anti aging cream?

hey im 18 is it ok to start already like use anti againg cream with a gentle formulaAnti aging cream?
I thought the same thing when I was 23 to start using the anti-aging creams/ washes/ masque's etc.

Anti-aging creams are designed for skin cells that are 30 years old or older.

Since your skin cells themselves are only 18 years old (time in the womb doesn't count) is really a waste of money, because your skin is already in a great condition, they don't need to be repaired.

If you want to continue to have healthy skin cells...

Keep is clean and protected from the wind, sun, and other outside hazards.

Don't smoke or drink

Don't lay out in the sun, or go to tanning salons

And always put SPF 30 or more with UVB and UVA protection.

Always wear large sunglasses and a hat.

These tips will help keep your skin in it most prime state. And you'll look good, too!

UVA = aging protection

UVB = buring protectionAnti aging cream?
You don't need it, you would just be wasting your money.
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  • What is the best anti-aging cream?

    Need to start using a wrinkle cream now.What is the best anti-aging cream?
    Acai Wrinkle Reducer is one of the most used and most powerful growing products to treat wrinkle these days. Acai Berries and the juice from the berries seem to have taken the world by storm. At present wrinkle are the most growing problems as life seems to be more busy and unstable and this is the reason most of us do not give value for the importance to the care of our skin and then on the last stage we demand wrinkle free skin. Our skin is the largest organ and day to day it is exposed to different elements. Sun is the main reason for the destruction of our skin.

    With Acai Wrinkle Reducer you'll be able to see results of your skin becoming much more rejuvenated. You'll be able to get the confidence back you once had before your skin started to look and feel older making you not only look younger but feel younger as well. Using wrinkle reducers is a great way to get rid of the wrinkles, but ensure you are prepared to put in the effort for the results.What is the best anti-aging cream?
    Revitol is a cutting edge anti wrinkle cream which can help you look younger and more beautiful by reducing the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines and other effects of aging. This revolutionary anti aging cream utilizes the most advanced ingredients available today. The active ingredients not only help to firm, hydrate, and tighten facial skin but also help to repair the appearance of fines lines.
    Staying young is the wish of many, and becomes a major factor in helping them to keep the right tone to their skin, keep energy levels up, and continue to feel good everyday when they wake up. If you aren't quite there anymore, there are still ways for you to move back in time and enjoy every part of your life. One of the possibilities for you to help keep the young tone to your life is to soak in it. By using an anti-aging bath supplement, you will have the ability to keep feeling young.

    The best Anti Aging product is Revitol.I've used it and so satisfied with the results.This is a link for that:

    Whatever product you would choose the product should contain the following ingredients:

    Vitamin A: Vitamin A can protect the skin, providing a break from fighting the suns rays and allowing the skin to repair wrinkles to some degree.

    Vitamin B5: Vitamin B5 is an aid to skin tissue repair, promote cell division and acts as a softener.

    Vitamin C: Vitamin C can promote collagen production, reduce the appearance of fine lines and improve the overall skin tone.

    Vitamin E: It is an oil-soluble antioxidant and has been show to counter the harmful effects of free radicals. Vitamin E is easily absorbed by the skin and can be help in preventing skin dryness.

    Coenzyme Q10: This is a nutrient that helps regulate energy production in cells. Application before sun exposure could also protect against sun damage.
    I like Burt's Bee's Ageless, but I can't say that it's the best. I use the brand because it doesn't have any of the harmful chemicals found in most popular beauty brands.

    Smushing a banana and applying it as a mask for about 20 mins is good for wrinkles, and an avocado mask would be good, too.

    A hyaluronic acid serum to use around the eyes, nose %26amp; mouth will help, too.



    MOST beauty products on the market have harmful chemicals in them; do your favorite beauty products contain any of these things?:

    * Mineral Oil, Paraffin %26amp; Petrolatum – Petroleum products coat the skin like plastic, clogging pores and creating a build-up of toxins, which in turn accumulate and can lead to dermatological issues, like slowing cellular development, which can cause you to show earlier signs of aging, and vitamin deficiency. Suspected cause of cancer %26amp; disruptive of hormonal activity. Mineral oils contain hydrocarbons, a real danger to the stomach and especially the lungs.

    * PARABENS – Such as methyl- propyl- butyl- %26amp; ethyl- parabens: Widely used as preservatives in the cosmetic industry (including moisturizers). An estimated 13,200 cosmetic and skin care products contain parabens. Studies implicate their connection with cancer. They have hormone-disrupting qualities – mimicking estrogen – and interfere with the body’s endocrine system.

    * Propylene Glycol – Used as a moisturizer in cosmetics and as a carrier in fragrance oils. Shown to cause dermatitis, kidney or liver abnormalities, may inhibit skin cell growth, and is a skin irritant and sensitizer.

    * ALCOHOLS – Such as Isopropyl Alcohol, SD Alcohol 40, Ethyl Alcohol: Alcohols dissolve the body’s natural moisturizers and strip the skin of its protection, leaving it vulnerable to infection. Alcohols destroy skin’s pH balance, and since they absorb water, they speed up wrinkling.

    * Sodium laurel or lauryl sulfate (SLS), also known as sodium laureth sulfate (SLES) – Found in car washes, engine degreasers, garage floor cleaners… and in OVER 90% of personal care products! SLS breaks down the skin’s moisture barrier, easily penetrates the skin, and allows other chemicals to easily penetrate. Combined with other chemicals, SLS becomes a “nitrosamine”, a potent class of carcinogen. It can also cause hair loss. SLES is sometimes disguised with the labeling “comes from coconut” or “coconut-derived'; - and is found in many popular body washes and toothpastes!

    * Toluene – Poison! Danger! Harmful or fatal if swallowed! Harmful if inhaled or absorbed through the skin. Made from petroleum or coal tar, and found in most synthetic fragrances. Chronic exposure linked to anemia, lowered blood cell count, liver or kidney damage, and may affect a developing fetus. Butylated hydroxytoluene (BHT) contains toluene. Other names may include benzoic and benzyl.

    * WAXES – Such as Paraffin, Candelilla Wax, Carnuba Wax: Waxes are widely used in cleansing creams, eye creams, and moisturizers. Waxes clog pores, creating blackheads and whiteheads. They also smother the skin, which over time creates an enlarged pore problem.

    * FD%26amp;C – When this abbreviation precedes the name of a color, it means that the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) has certified it as safe for use in drugs and cosmetics, but not food. D%26amp;C colors are usually synthetic, coal tar colors. They’re toxic and should be avoided when at all possible.

    * PHTHALATES – These chemicals rarely find their way onto an ingredients list, but they are present in many health and beauty products just the same. Wherever you see “perfume” or “fragrance,” phthalates are present, because they are used to preserve these synthetic scents. Recent studies have shown that phthalates may be mutagenic, carcinogenic, and adversely affect male sperm, that they increase levels of testosterone and estrogen in humans, and are central to breast cancer risk. They are an ingredient in nail polish and other lacquers, and in soft plastics (e.g., infant chew toys).

    * Lanolin – A yellow, semi-solid, fatty secretion from sheep’s wool is widely used in skin and beauty care products. It can cause an allergic reaction in some people, as well as enlarged pores.

    * Acetone – Used in nail polish and nail polish removers, this colorless, volatile liquid is often used in astringents, fresheners, or clarifying lotions. It is extremely toxic and will dehydrate the skin, while speeding up the aging process.

    * Acrylamide – Found in many hand and face creams. Linked to mammary tumors in lab research.

    * Phenol carbolic acid – Found in many lotions and skin creams. Can cause circulatory collapse, paralysis, convulsions, coma and even death from respiratory failure.

    * Dioxane – Found in compounds known as PEG, Polysorbates, Laureth, ethoxylated alcohols. Common in a wide range of personal care products. The compounds are usually contaminated with high concentrations of highly volatile 1,4-dioxane, easily absorbed through the skin. Dioxane’s carcinogenicity was first reported in 1965 and later confirmed in studies including one from the National Cancer Institute in 1978. Nasal passages and liver are the most vulnerable. Dioxane is easily removed during the manufacturing process by “vacuum stripping”. Warning: It is a synthetic derivative of coconut. Watch for hidden language on labels, such as “comes from coconut”.

    IF SO, you should throw them away IMMEDIATELY and Tell ALL your friends and family!!! (Extra-virgin olive and/or coconut oils are great alternative moisturizers, and they contain natural sunscreens, until you find something else without these toxins) Hope this helps!!! Good Luck!!!!!
    There are various anti aging creams out in the market and the best way to find out which one is the best is to try them out yourself. Some companies are offering free trials and I've tried a couple of them myself.

    I saw this site that had several anti aging products and they have a review for each. I thought I was going to see some fake reviews but they only added real customer reviews. If they didn't find reviews, they only added real facts and information about the product.

    We all have different skin types so whatever worked for me might not work for you.
    I've heard Resveratrol is ALL the rage at the moment...my aunt's using it with some awesome success.

    Hell, why not take a trial of it to see if it works for you?
    Anything from the Artistry Time Defiance line, but specially the Night Recovery creme/lotion.