Q:I do not think I am old at all, but I was told that beginning to care for my skin now will reduce signs of aging 10 or so years down the line. But, most anti-aging creams/regimes are marketed for people who are already in the more advanced aging process.
Any recommendations on some natural things remedies or good RELIABLE skin products for someone my age trying to prepare for wrinkles and such?
A:Artistry replenishing eye creme.You can only get it from Amway distributors.
Its really good but a little costly too but accordingly very effective.Its price is Rs.699 for 15 ml.For amway members there is a 20% reduction from MRP.
A:Make sure you’re buying waterproof mascara. I absolutely love the new Fantastic Lash. No more clumps! It’s either by Cover Girl or Maybeline… I can’t remember right now. It’s in a purple tube.
A:you are way too young for eye cream! just make sure to wash your face and moisturize and you’re good oh and drink plenty of water!
A:Yes, you should. A decent affordable one is offered by Garnier. Honestly, as a teenager you SHOULD develop a regimen for skin care that includes cleansing, toning and moisturizing. There are a myriad of good products out there to use that are affordable and investing in your skin now means paying less to repair it when you’re older. When I was your age I used Neutrogena for the basics.
A:you dont need that your young maybe when 35 you can do it if you do it now maybe your skin will be bornd from the camicls
A:You dont need to buy anything !
all you need is plain tea bags !
& as for puffy eyes in the morning
stick a spoon in the freezer & put it under your eyes to tighten them.. or olive oil works i think .
but if you do want cream.. find someone who sells AVON
A:Most eye creams are basically the same, regardless of what the advertising would lead you to believe. Any will work, so try a drug store brand in a scent that you like– Olay seems to be especially popular.
Be sure and wear sunscreen on your face– a lot of lotions meant for day wear have SPF. Sunlight can make wrinkles worse. Wear sunglasses, too, to keep from squinting in bright light. If you find yourself squinting a lot even in normal light, see an eye doctor.
Don’t wear too much powdery makeup around your eyes– cream concealer/foundation and eyeshadow will not settle into lines as much as powder will. That said, you’re very young. Any lines you have are probably not noticeable to anyone but yourself.