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What’s the problem?
Your skin is starting to wrinkle, mostly around the most expressive parts of your face; corners of your eyes, forehead and around your mouth.
Wrinkled skin needs moisture to plump up the skin around the wrinkles to make them look less apparent. Make sure you moisturise every day.
If you need a significant improvement, a thick silicone product like the L’Oreal Studio Secrets Smoothing Resurfacing Primer will temporarily fill in shallow wrinkles. Simply apply a small bit like a moisturiser and finish by patting your face with the flats of your fingers.
You can’t get rid of wrinkles completely with skincare (only needles) but you can definitely make them look less apparent and lessen the amount of wrinkles you may have in future.
The three most important (and proven) products in the fight against wrinkles are sunscreen, Vitamin C serums and the use of a retinol or glycolic product at night. Use those regularly and you’ll see a difference.
- Neutrogena Ultra-Sheer Dry Touch Sunblock SPF30. This light sunscreen feels like nothing on the skin.
- Murad Intensive Wrinkle Reducer – This light lotion contains incredibly effective glycolic acid to help smooth away fine lines. Use under sunscreen during the day or just use it at night.
- Kiehl’s Powerful Strength Line Reducing Concentrate – This contains the correct dose of Vitamin C to help re-build lost collagen in your skin. Use before moisturiser.
- Skinceuticals Retinol 0.5% – A high-strength product to fade lines, this is when the lines are serious. Use three times a week in the evening for 2 weeks and then every night. Always use sunscreen during the day with this. There’s a stronger formula (0.1%) if your skin can take it.
- NIA24 Skin Strengthening Concentrate – This night cream contains 3 very effect wrinkle fighting ingredients in a light moisturising base.
- Vichy Lift Activ Retinol HA Night Cream – A nourishing night cream that contains effective moisturisers and a low level of retinol, great for people in their late 20s and early 30s who don’t need anything too strong yet.
- Philips ReAura – If you’re really serious about wrinkle care, the ReAura is a home laser system that boasts incredible results but a steep price tag. I’ve tried it, it works.
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