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IS THIS NORMAL to have wrinkles at 30??!!

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VeronicaM
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Tue Sep 25, 2012 4:00 am      Reply with quote
I know someone who is 32, who has wrinkles around her eyes.
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Wed Sep 26, 2012 3:50 pm      Reply with quote
There is a saying "no pain, no gain". You have to work on your skin religiously. Even at your age, you should be protecting your skin with sunscreen of at least 30 SPF. You can still improve on your skin by using proper skin-care creams for your age. EDS sells a lot of good skin care products and finding the right one is like a trial-and-error. You need to find one that is suited for your skin type. I suggest, not to overdo. Make sure that you moisturize your skin day/night.
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Thu Sep 27, 2012 1:16 am      Reply with quote
not really, if you taking good care of your skin and use a right product you won't get that much wrinkles. Wrinkles happens only when your skin too dry for a long period of time.
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Thu Sep 27, 2012 5:48 am      Reply with quote
Not only to moisturize with right skincare products suitable for your skin type, but you also need a healthy lifestyle to go with it....


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not really, if you taking good care of your skin and use a right product you won't get that much wrinkles. Wrinkles happens only when your skin too dry for a long period of time.
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Sun Sep 30, 2012 3:25 am      Reply with quote
I would also invest in some good sunglasses that are polarized with optical quality brand name lenses.

I had a few cheaper pairs of sunglasses- like Nine West, Calvin Klein and other brand names.
One day I wore those in the winter and was outside 3 hours.
My eyes felt like they were sunburned and I had some "snow blindness"- when the sun can damage your eyes and you have problems seeing for a few days.

After that experience I went back to buying polarized sunglasses from authorized stores.
I usually buy Maui Jim, Smith,Oakley, Ray Ban and just picked up a new to me brand that is fashionable Shwood- sunglasses made of wood.
-the company does use brand name lenses and you can order polarized ones.
the glasses are custom made and around $200...

My stepfather actually makes fun of me for buying pricey sunglasses saying he can get 100 pairs at a dollar store for my one pair,lol.

I'd rather have the pair that will not give me eye problems.

Sunglasses also prevent wrinkles.
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Mon Oct 01, 2012 1:46 pm      Reply with quote
To be honest I think the demon here is both the sun damage and fraxel. I've heard nothing but horror stories with fraxel and development of numerous fine lines us a common report.

I'm one who also spent years getting burnt to a crisp as a child but i've had excellent results with softenng of lines and improvement in the suppleness of my skin with just rosehip oil and a tiny amount of carrot seed oil. Its not quick, but after 6 months of daily use I see a difference particularly with laugh lines. Its cheap enough and gentle enough that you could easily add this to your routine and see what happens over the longterm.

Just add 15 drops of the carrot seed oil to about 100mls of rosehip, mix and use as a serum
everyday. I apply it after cleansing my skin with cherry kernel oil and a warm damp microfibre cloth. It's a wonderful cleanser that doesn't leave an oil slick on our skin and removes every trace of makeup.

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Thu Oct 04, 2012 4:26 pm      Reply with quote
Josee wrote:
Antonia wrote:
I'd ditch the Cetaphil and the LaMer. Both are overly hyped and not that effective.


I couldn't agree more, esp. given how expensive LaMer is and how little proof we have that it actually does something.

Retin-A is the way to go Smile


All you need to do is look at the ingredients and see that it has the same cheap ingredients like a drug store cream.

I stopped using these nasty chemical concoctions 6 years ago.

The key to wrinkle control IMO is good moisturization which will improve your skin elasticity - AHAs will improve product penetration (I am a fan of glycolic acid). The rest is just selecting a good moisturizer - which will depend on your skin type. You may not need one if your skin is super oily.

And lastly, use gentle products, not detergents to clean your skin to void moisture loss.

I actually disagree with the sun paranoia that has pervaded the media in the last decade. You need sun exposure, especially through your eyes. No need to get burned though, burning is bad. I don't know where you live, but if it's a really sunny location, wear a hat to avoid burning yourself. I am not a fan of sunscreen as many chemicals in it actually harm you in the long run. Everything in moderation.
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