When we’re young, we take our flawless skin for granted, never considering that what we do early on will affect us when we’re older. We try to rush things, like wearing makeup (and always forgetting to take it off), skip things like sunscreen and make poor choices like smoking. (I know as I write this I’m not just speaking for myself.) As much as we backpeddle once we finally realize our skin sins, it’s too late and we need wrinkle reducing skin care to become part of our daily routine.
Here’s a few I’ve been using that you might want to check out:
Freeze 24-7 Instant Targeted Wrinkle Treatment: I mainly use this treatment for my forehead, where deep wrinkles abound. However, in a pinch, it also works great around my eyes for fine lines and crows feet as well. Plumping action literally starts immediately and you see results in about 10 minutes. I use this prior to putting on my primer and it lasts a good 8 hours+. While you may be put off by the pricetag, I can tell you that you only need a small swipe of your finger on the cream and that’s it. It’s lasted me more than a year and looks like I’ve barely made a dent in it. Well worth every penny!
Strivectin TL Tightening Neck Serum Roller: This skin tightening neck serum is perfect for those whose neck skin is beginning to slack. I like that the roller ball is not round, but more rectangular, making it easy to adhere to the contour of my jawline and neck. Plus it is wider than a rollerball, so it covers a wider area at once. The serum isn’t greasy and absorbs quick, so I don’t even need to use my fingers to massage it in – the roller does it all for me.
Sculpt Secret: This is a botanically based skin sculptor with purified seaweed extract as its prize ingredient. The applicator has 360 degree spin massaging circuspheres to work the product into your skin. I’ve been using this one for my jowls, which are sad and pathetic. The sagging skin in this area of my face is what is most noticeable as I age. This is a transparent serum that leaves no residue behind.
Dr. Kitzinger Lipo Filler: What is unique about this wrinkle serum, is that once applied to fine lines and wrinkles, it prevents makeup from depositing into these spaces. Since makeup can exacerbate the look of wrinkles, this skin plumping serum also acts like a primer. I have these ridiculous wrinkles surrounding my eyebrows and I tend to use this serum there, as well as my forehead. This serum comes in a dropper (like the kind used when you give a baby medicine) and the texture is thinner than a typical serum.
Are any of these wrinkle reducers must-haves for you? Leave a comment and let me know!
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