I'm almost there too and I found it worked well for me.
I am 55 years old and it does wonders for my skin. I still use a night serum and a moisturizer.
You could use this product instead of foundation to supplement your skincare routine but I wouldn't use it to REPLACE any serums or anti-aging moisturizers you're using.
answered 10 months ago
I am 54 years old and I have some lines and wrinkles and large pores. I break out really easily. I find that my skin looks and feels much better. I never write reviews, but I really wanted to give my review because I am so excited that I found a CC cream that I can actually use as a foundation. I just need a little concealer. If your skin is dry, then you should also use a moisturizer.
answered 11 months ago
(Yonkers, New York)
You're never too old for anything! This has beneficial ingredients, but to really combat problem areas, I recommend doing overnight treatments. Strong serums (I love anything from Caudalie and Boscia, as does my 85 year old grandmother who gave me her fair and sensitive skin), and making sure your face is always properly moisturized (even if you have oily skin, moisturizing properly can help by reducing your skins overproduction of oil). For any product give it at least three weeks to determine if it's helping, hurting, or not doing anything. When I first started using my favorite lotion, I broke out like crazy the first week, but after that my skin has never been better! DermaE brand for sensitive skin mixed with their vitamin A lotion if you're wondering. If you begin a moisturizing routine, find a good moisturizer that provides the benefits you're looking for and use it every night for three weeks. A good day time one under makeup, I have found, is important too [unless you're using something like this which has the moisturizer built in]! Keeping your skin consistently moisturized really does wonders and I've been amazed that I thought I had oily problem skin, when really I was just over drying it and causing irritation! Most of my information comes from my grandmother and the skincareaddiction sub forum of the site Reddit (I can't link on here). This probably wasn't the most helpful, but I saw your question after posting my review and wanted to say you should try this and see for yourself if you like it! I asked for a sample in store, and have worn it just today and love it! If it passes the test again tomorrow, I'll be buying the full size one. If you're looking for a mattifying one, PeterThomasRoth makes a BB cream that has shine-lessing formula, but I didn't see it specifically on Sephora. Shop around and try things you are interested in, especially when you can get a sample in store! Most of all, have fun and enjoy it!
I think you might need something more moisturizing. I have slightly greasy skin and this is perfect but for older skin maybe more moisture needed?
no not too old, you will like the glow, sunkissed just back from vacation look
answered 1 year ago
I think that you can definitely use this product. As far as additional moisturizers/anti aging products, it really depends on your skin. If it's dry, you'll probably want to use additional moisturizer and spf. But the cream feels moisturizing and it gives nice coverage and blends in with the skin giving it a natural glow.
I'm 60 and I LOVE this product! I have tried countless other BB/CC creams without success and had almost given up on the genre. I like the Roth serums a great deal, so I gave this product a whirl. For me it has replaced foundation as far as weekday business makeup goes. It enhances the skin and has an almost-matte finish. My routine is Roth Neuroliquid Volufill serum, then Perricone Photo Plasma, then the Roth CC cream, set with Koh Gen Do Natural Lighting Powder. Result looks like My Skin But Much Better.
I tried this product and I'm 48. I have dry skin in parts, but also some combination skin. It was not enough moisture for me, so I added my normal PR moisturizer and within a few hours, I was too shiny. It just didn't work for me. Too dry on it's own.
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
The CC cream is applied after your normal moisturizer and eye cream.
Removes dullness, dry skin and need for foundation. Foundation will accentuate lines and wrinkles. CC cream will keep the lines from getting deeper.
answered 1 year, 1 month ago