Post # 1
WELL… maybe not as dramatic as the title sounds. I do notice some lines, just mainly my laugh lines and a tiny line or two under my eyes. I know those bad boys weren’t there a few years ago!
Anyone use any creams or special anti wrinkle cleansers? Any advice?
Post # 3
Eye cream – I feel like if you are proactive about it and use a high quality I cream now it will prevent the onset of wrinkles.
Do know how true it is but hey it’s worth a try right?
Post # 4
Oh me too! I’m definitely getting some laugh lines these days. (I’m 32)
Post # 5
I use eye cream every morning and night. I have since I was 19.
I think it’s working. People always say I look 10-15 years younger than I am.
Post # 6
OH, I defintely rather try then to let the wrinkles take over! haha at least I gave it a shot!
Post # 7
Welcome to the club! lol I’ve been using eye cream for a few years now. I think it helps (at least a little). Olay is supposed to be good and I’ve used Philosophy (and few stupidly expensive ones, too). If you can get to a Sephora, you can take home a few samples and see what you like.
Post # 8
I’ve been using Clinique repairwear eye cream and age-deccelerating moisturizer since I was 25. No crow’s eyes here! Sunscreen is really important, too – it’s spf15 and I use it every day.
ETA: I’m 31 and no one thinks I’m over 27 or 28 – I get hit on by college kids when I wear my old nasty college hoodie.
Post # 9
I’m commenting mostly so I can read the responses.
i’m 30 and my laugh lines are starting to get noticable and I hate it! My cheeks are round and full so I know laugh lines are inevitable and it’s killing me!
Post # 10
I still look kind of young, but I want to stay that way for as long as possible. As vain as it may be!
I use sunscreen everyday also, gotta protect your skin!
Post # 11
I use the Dr. Andrew Weil for Origins Mega-Mushroom Skin Relief Eye Serum. (But I have particularly sensitive skin and allergies that always make my eyes red & a little puffy). The store also sells an anti-aging eye cream, Plantscription™ Anti-aging eye treatment, that I have use in the past and liked as well.
While their lines are a little priceier than some, I appreciate that they tend to be more plant-based. I also like the (no charge) mini-facials where the sales associate will use the products on your face – after a breif consultation to decide what is best for you.
ETA: I think that the products work well for me; I’m 30 and had a coworker tell me that I’m too young to get married! I looked at her and said “At 30??” She muttered something about “Oh, I thought you were 22 or 23.” (Then wished me happiness, she’s not actually evil!)
Post # 12
Oh yes, me too! I’m 31. Eye cream and lots of moisturizer is key. Also sunscreen alllll the time even when it’s not sunny.
Post # 13
I am a big fan of Arbonne’s Re9 Anti-Aging system. There is a great eye cream as a part of this skincare regimen. (I should note that, eventually, due to cost and simplicity, I ultimately chose to purchase only the gel wash facial cleanser and the day creme, but, when I did use the eye cream, I liked it.)
Post # 14
Humm..i don’t know how long i’ve had laugh lines, for real! My husband DID point them to me, though! Grr! Of course, i just turned 40 so i expect a few lines here and there. Actually i don’t think my skin is that bad for 40!!! What do u think??
(first one was taken on the first day after the wedding, a very loooooooooooong day..)
My grandmother has the MOST beautiful skin..so smooth and with almost no wrinkes and turning 80!!! I remember seeing her using Ponds 🙂
I wear a moisturizer in the morning but i guess it’s time to call extra night help!
Post # 15
I use albolene to remove my make up and leave that on my face. I also bought some ELF wrinkle stuff and I notice a difference when I use it under make up vs when I don’t. I am 38 and most people think I am in my late 20’s or very early 30’s. I am blessed because I am also a smoker which causes those lines more.
Post # 16
I have used Ponds Hydration twice a day was 19. I am 31 and I have seriously no wrinkles. Of course I stay out of the sun and I wear sun screen daily just even for driving in the car. I really make an effort to drink lots of water. I don’t drink much alcohol and I have never smoked either so that probably helps- But I think it’s the Ponds that makes a difference. It’s really low cost, and there is just something about it. It’s light and not greasy and it absorbs right into the skin immediately.