As we age we develop a whole new set of skin care concerns. This page contains tips and solutions on how to save time and money keeping your mature skin clean and soft.
Not drying off with a towel after your shower or bath can save your skin from aging, drying out and help to absorb the lotion better. I have old terry cloth robes that I put on when getting out of a shower.
Is there a product or formula out there that really removes dark spots on your face? One side of my face is bad due to the sun while driving.
Use a commercial paper-like medical tape that comes in its own dispenser. Then just tear off enough to cover certain areas; i.e. frown lines, crows feet and the parenthesis on each side of your mouth.
I really need a good "works every time" home remedy for dry, flaky, "elderly" skin. Help!
Can someone suggest some tips for having glowing skin in the 40+ age bracket?
I am a 50 year old woman with not so clear legs, not the vein problem. What procedure is there out there to make my legs appear much clearer? I know age has a lot to do with this. Though there are older ladies then me that have much clearer skin appearance than I do.
I have been using Mary Kay Timewise line reducer and it's OK. Is there another product that works better? I really dislike trying things based on the advertisement and then have to return it, buy something else, etc., etc. Thanks.
I will Melagard50+ lotion. Will this help to improve my skin? My skin has wrinkles and white spots. Will this product help with these concerns?
Has anyone tried taking Puraz tablets, to help reduce signs of aging?
I have had a problem with wrinkles for the last few years. It continues to get worse year by year. I have been trying a variety of products, but none seem to help. Will aloe be helpful?
I'm almost 54 and I was wanting to know what type of foundation and moisturizer is good for aging women like me? I just don't know what to buy as there is so many on the market these days. I would like a little advice.
What is the best firming lotion?
I was reading an article about derma fillers for wrinkles. Does anyone know if these work and which is the best one to buy? Many thanks.
I was reading that if you cut some grapes in half and gently crush onto your face where lines or wrinkles are its very good for them. Could anyone tell me what's in the grapes that would be good for mature skin? Apparently if used for a period of time it is supposed to help reduce them.
For years I have used Oil of Olay moisturizer for my face and loved the results. Now I am trying to be more frugal, but don't want to lose my smooth skin. Here is what I have learned from a dermatologist.
I have read that neroli essential oil is good for mature skin. I know you can't use it directly on skin. Does anyone know what it is mixed with and also how many drops to add? Many thanks.
I would like to know if anyone knows a good throat cream or serum to get reduce age lines on the neck? Thanks.
Wrinkles are only part of how you are received as aging. Facial skin that is dry and blotchy makes you emphasizes wrinkles and makes you appear older. A little trick I came up with is to very lightly spritz your face with a hair shining product.
I am looking for homemade recipes for firming face and body masks.
If you read magazines or watch TV you have seen the ads about making fine lines or wrinkles appear less noticeable. The best thing I have found to work sounds silly but makes sense once you think about it.
I have a friend who uses Vaseline on her face every night and has for many years, and she has very young looking skin. I'm trying that Moisture Therapy Intensive hand cream on my face and it seems to work.
I am looking for cheap ways to get rid of sunspots on my face or at least lighten them. Does scar cream product work for this?
A wonderful night moisturizing cream, possibly in your medicine cabinet! I stumbled across a wonderful, cheap nightcream. A & D Ointment.
There's a lot of buzz about anti-aging products - and I see that most of them are $20 a jar. I had some alpha hydroxy lotion I had picked up that actually was too strong for my sensitive skin.