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K1nS
10-19-2008, 02:28 PM
I'm 19 now and as far as I know I haven't got any wrinkles but I was wondering if you should start to use anti-agining products early on or wait untill you really need them?

Dr.Deepak
10-19-2008, 08:31 PM
i don't think its much necessary as most of the cosmetics site suggest to sell their products.but you can use in the sense for protecting your skin from sun damage which further causes aging quick and some moisturizers to make your skin glow.And take adequate diet and maintain hygiene

mimico
10-20-2008, 01:49 PM
My friend who works for a cosmetic company claims that we start aging by 23, which means that you need to start using sunscreen and other anti-aging creams by then. It wouldn't hurt to take of your skin earlier though. :)

beauty
10-20-2008, 02:38 PM
I think you should some natural products. Don't go for any cosmetics. Up to me Cosmetics really spoils the skin. So try some natural products. I think this is right age for you to try it out.

K1nS
11-05-2008, 05:10 PM
Thanks for replying everyone, I always make sure when I am out in the sun I has sun lotion on so I guess that helps me out alot. Thanks again everyone your advice has been noted

jeni_fini
11-17-2008, 10:59 AM
I am a firm believer that we should start using skin products for our skin to help prevent wrinkles and help prevent premature aging. I didn't use any anti aging products until in my late twenties and I am glad I did. Anything you can do to protect your skin is a good thing.

Solidone
01-16-2009, 07:42 PM
You know what?
Your too young to be worrying about wrinkles at your age. Keep in mind this is coming from an 18 year old.:D If you want a natural way of avoiding wrinkles, then don't smoke, drink or do drugs. You have to eat healthy, work out as often as you can and always have a positive outlook on life. Those things might be hard to do but it's your best recipe of avoiding wrinkles.

wondergirl
01-21-2009, 03:54 PM
i'm 29 and i definitely think that i should start using something for anti-aging. my basic skin care regimen is just wash and tone. i have oily skin by the way, which they said will start to wrinkle later than those who have dry skin. but i feel i'm really neglecting my skin. is vit a in a base oil any good? i want something as natural as possible. thanks

Kayla77
01-22-2009, 08:12 PM
I definitely recommend starting early 20s against wrinkles - buying product now will save money in the long run . It will save you botox and collagen injections in the future. I just started using anti-wrinkle products now, and I am almost 25 - wish I started at your age. My biggest advice is to get a good anti-wrinkle pillow - you spend around 8 hours a night on it, and an normal cotton pillow just mashes your delicate facial skin.

wondergirl
01-27-2009, 09:52 PM
My biggest advice is to get a good anti-wrinkle pillow - you spend around 8 hours a night on it, and an normal cotton pillow just mashes your delicate facial skin.

What's an anti-wrinkle pillow? And does it do? Thanks

Kayla77
01-28-2009, 04:27 PM
an anti wrinkle pillow is one designed to minimize surface area in contact with the pillow. They are usually made out of silk to disperse heat evenly and prevent bacteria from rushing to one spot and clogging pores. An example of one is the Beauty Pillow (the one I use)

www.beautypillow.com

Hope it helps

-K

wondergirl
01-29-2009, 08:15 AM
cool :) thanks. something i should definitely look at.

Valence
05-22-2009, 07:28 PM
YES, the silk pillow is great!! i am not sure if i would spend $50 for just an u-shaped silk pillow:confused:
i use the highest quality 100% SILK pillow cover (pillow itself is nothing special) and they are great :)

you know japanese people start the anti-aging treatment when they turn 16!? no wonder why most of them look so much younger when they are in their 50s and up!

i did not start it until i actually start seeing wrinkles n darkspots... i wish i started earlier thou... it is ALWAYS easier to prevent it than find the way to get rid of them:omg:

AGELESSONE
05-22-2009, 09:29 PM
I have a charmeuse silk pillowcase I've been using for awhile now. I love it.
Ebay has some great prices.

KarlaSutton
05-29-2009, 02:25 PM
Pillows are a great option. If you can do it, sleeping on your back is the best option to beat wrinkles. Your face makes contractions as you toss, turn, and twist throughout the night. Sleeping on your back can prevent this from occurring.

webrash
06-02-2009, 09:13 AM
You can use any creams to avoid wrinkles! but see to that its a recommended products by dermatologists! some creams will have some side effects so beware of those products!

AGELESSONE
06-02-2009, 10:15 PM
You can use any creams to avoid wrinkles! but see to that its a recommended products by dermatologists! some creams will have some side effects so beware of those products!

Use any creams to avoid wrinkles??? I think not. Retin-a (tretinoin) is one that sure works that is recommended by dermatologists.

KarlaSutton
06-11-2009, 12:35 AM
At the end of the day, there are many options. Don't buy a wrinkle cream or eye cream of any sort without doing due-diligence. Some people cannot use retinol on their skin. If you have questions, seek advice from a dermatologist.

Read plenty of eye cream reviews before buying as well to get a grip on what other people are saying.

kimclara
07-18-2012, 08:09 PM
I think everyone should start when they start seeing wrinkles forming but always keep in mind there are alot of ways to prevent wrinkles!