Yep! I'm 15 and using it now :) can't do any harm
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
I don't think you would really benefit from this product, at 13 years old. Starting now (and hopefully you have already been doing this) is staying away from tabacco and alcohol or any chemical harmful to your body. Staying hydrated. Drinking a lot of water and SUN SCREEN, SUN SCREEN, SUN SCREEN. I wish at 13 I had known the importance of wearing an SPF every single day, everytime I left the house, even if it was to go shopping. On rainy days; in the winter time; and especially on days when I would be in the sun. The MOST amount of aging is caused by the sun, not only wrinkles but hyper pigmentation. Sun spots and freckles. At 30, I already have signs of it and do not burn in the sun. It's better late than never but if you make proper skin protection a part of your skin regimen...using minimum moisturizers with SPF to Sunblock (I reccomend physical vs. chemical sun block ingredients since they are natural .) Look for Zinc Oxide and Titanium Oxide. Stay out of the sun when possible and when in the sun, make sure to pile on the SPF. Your skin will thank you, 15 years later, 25, 30,45,65, years later.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
I guess it couldn't hurt but it may be too moisturizing for your young skin. If you are really concerned about preventing wrinkles at your young age, the best wrinkle prevention for your skin (and anyone's skin, for that matter) is sunscreen! Find one that is non-irritating with a broad-spectrum SPF of at least 30 and use it everyday.
yes, you can use it to prevent wrinkles. I did when I was younger and I definitely think it helped. Good luck!