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I'm 62 and never used any wrinkle creams or serums.   Anyone have any recommendations for one that works?  Would like to use easy pay to see if I like it.  Thank you!

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@Ladybug57 

 

 

No cream will magically make wrinkles disappear.

 

 

At most it will temporarily reduce the appearance of wrinkles.

 

 

 

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@Ladybug57 wrote:

I'm 62 and never used any wrinkle creams or serums.   Anyone have any recommendations for one that works?  Would like to use easy pay to see if I like it.  Thank you!


@Ladybug57  Hello! You did not mention what your skin care protocol is right now.  What type of skin do you have? ....what are the issues you want to address?Then   Maybe We could suggest a few  things for you🙂

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Retin-A. If you can't get a script for it you can get it at All Day Chemist or you can get a script for a compounded cream with the active ingredient tretinoin online which is what is in Retin-A brand. Curology or Musely are a couple of sites where a derm will prescribe an anti-aging compounded cream for you. Hello Rory is another site.

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No cream will remove wrinkles.  Some may "lessen the appearance" usually thorough hydrating the skin. 

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@Ladybug57 wrote:

I'm 62 and never used any wrinkle creams or serums.   Anyone have any recommendations for one that works?  Would like to use easy pay to see if I like it.  Thank you!


 

 

These are not sold on QVC, but are budget friendly and easy to find.

 

A good Vitamin c serum (Timeless or Mad Hippie) - Vitamin C encourages collagen production 

 

The Ordinary “Buffet” Serum - contains several peptides that relax wrinkles and firm the skin.  (Make sure it’s the one w/o copper unless you know how to use a copper peptide correctly)

 

Mad Hippie Vitamin A Serum - better than retinol but not as strong or irritating as Retin A/Tretnoin 

 

CeraVe PM Moiturizing Lotion - recommended by dermatologists.  There’s also an AM version with SPF

 

Drink plenty of water

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First, stay out of the sun and don't smoke. I have been using Prai on the neck and a very wonderful and inexpensive brand called Eva Naturals. I use the retinol at night and the vitamin c in the day. My skin is improving in texture, dark areas, bumps. I have a lot of sun damage from childhood. I have used genifique, it works and Dr Nassif, it works also but is more for people who need more hydration. 

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There is only one thing that is scientifically proven to rebuilt collagen that is the support system, foundation of our skin. That is Retin-A. Vitamin C serum helps with hyperpigmentation, peptides like in The Ordinaries , “Buffet” help. But Retin-A and sunblock are your two best bets. Don’t use one without the other. Good luck🍀🍀🍀. I use vitamin c serum, the buffet, Cerave, Tazorac (very strong Retin-A). I use everything I can. I’m 63 and have good skin because I’ve used sunblock since my mid-twenties, have never smoked and have perhaps two glasses of wine a year. But it’s not only what you put on the outside it’s what your putting on the inside too. All the boring stuff, good nutrition, exercise, hydration, etc., etc. Once again good luck!!! It’s never too late to improve your skin☺️☺️☺️
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It's been a long time since I've heard the term "wrinkle cream."

 

What you put inside your body shows on the outside - so eat the good stuff, don't eat the bad stuff, drink lots of water, exercise, don't smoke, and keep your insides as healthy as possible.

 

Otherwise, I agree with @JeanLouiseFinch -- Vitamin C serum in the morning, CeraVe on top (ceramides hold moisture in the skin).   Retinol cream at night.  Gold Bond Neck and Chest below the jaw.  No need for any high end or super expensive products.  Just the basics.  Less is more.

 

 

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Reducing the look of wrinkles requires several things. You've gotten some great suggestions. I use retin-a and ofcoarse a good sunscreen. But you have to make sure you are exfoliating too.  The retin a will do that for you, but you need something to knock the cobwebs off, at least I do,  lol!  I really like the Alpha Skincare line. I use their AHA lotions. Start at 10 percent. Effective and affordable.