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Hi,
My name is Michelle, and since turning a "young" 57 I have been interested in the anti aging products. I also have my 40th H.S. reunuion in July.

There's so much stuff out there now, it' confusing and overwhelming. I research all product that interst me, yet still don't feel like I learn much.

I thought mybe I could get some answers here.

Thanks much,

Michelle
 

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Welcome! There are many of us, just like you, learning how to fight back!
We'll get you tuned up and lookin good for July!!!
What are your main concerns and what type skin do you have? What kinds of products do you like?



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Hi Fawnie,
My skin type is dry and uneven in color. I recently discovered, to my dismay, my good and bad sides. My left side is considerably more wrinkled than the right. I'm wanting firming and lifting products, that are not costly. Am I dreaming?
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Hi Fayeu

Well, you may be sleeping on that side WHILE you are dreaming!! LOL
Or exposing that side to sun while you drive?

The best regime I can think of is simple and not expensive at all:

Retin-A or Tazarotene at night mixed with emollient(online pharmacies are cheap)
Vitamin C serum in morning (DIY is cheap and easy!)
Sunscreen (broad spectrum UVA/UVB at least 30 SPF)
Oils (like rosehip seed, emu, coconut, olive)
Facial Exercise/massage (FlexEffect or Ageless If You Dare are two)
Good nutrition and supplements
Adequate hydration with water and green tea

Does any of that sound interesting to you?!!



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Absolutely. I have products with Retin in them. Are you talking aout a serum. Where do
you get that and Tazarotene. Do you think there are any good products by Revlon,
Neutrogena, L'OREAL for example?
 

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Absolutely. I have products with Retin in them. Are you talking aout a serum. Where do
you get that and Tazarotene. Do you think there are any good products by Revlon,
Neutrogena, L'OREAL for example?
The DIY serum she's talking about is here. http://www.skincaretalk.com/anti-agi...ulic-serum.htm

Retin-a is a prescription drug that can also be aquired with no RX overseas.
The products you have probably have retinol in them. There is a difference in the two.
Topical Skin Rejuvenation Treatments

Here's the best (cheapest) place on the planet to buy retin-a as well as Tazarotene.
by alldaychemist.com specilizes in prescriptions drugs
 
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