Personally, I don't think skincare has an age limit. That's what my dermatologist says anyway. He also says skincare is made to suit skin types and specific issues, not age. Also, you're never too young for prevention. For example, my mother is 57 and still uses anti-acne products since her skin is very oily. I am 34 with combination skin so I have totally different skincare needs and need different products and ingredients than her. That being said, I'm glad I did start taking preventative measures in my 20's - I started using vitamin C, retinol, and products containing glycolic acid. They were just a little less potent than the ones I use now and I've added peptides and antioxidants to my routine. Some of my friends of the same age are already getting Botox and fillers and I think, thanks to my early preventative measures, for which many people called me crazy and neurotic, I don't need fillers or Botox yet. Not that anyone "needs" it but you know what I mean. Plus, this works great on puffiness and dark circles which I've had since my teens and they've had nothing to do with aging - just bad allergies and genetics!
answered 5 months, 3 weeks ago
Hi, when I was your age, I started using serums, since are more light and gently than a cream. Then, after turning 30, I started applying also a cream, but not a heavy one. You can find a large range of serums in the market. Always try to buy a good quality product, we have only one face!
answered 2 years, 3 months ago
not intended for young eyes that have no wrinkles. It's a treatment to be put on first, then layer a cream on for moisture. This is definitely an anti-aging product. look at other creams from Perricone that suit your needs.
answered 2 years, 7 months ago