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Old 02-10-2019, 03:03 PM
 
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Does anyone know of any good cosmetic product that will fill in or cover up wrinkles?
Its said that a good primer will help foundation from creasing up, will fill lines and make application of foundation smoother.

Retinol is the gold standard for helping your skin create more collagen so fewer wrinkles and some easing of lines, but not everyone can use it.

But, update your look and embrace your lines. You might find that your old way of setting makeup with powder isn’t working for you anymore. If you must set, use a facial setting spray. Maybe using a tinted moisturizer instead of a full foundation will work better.

We’re all aging, and changing — so are the products and styles.
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Old 02-11-2019, 09:45 AM
 
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Its said that a good primer will help foundation from creasing up, will fill lines and make application of foundation smoother.

Retinol is the gold standard for helping your skin create more collagen so fewer wrinkles and some easing of lines, but not everyone can use it.

But, update your look and embrace your lines. You might find that your old way of setting makeup with powder isn’t working for you anymore. If you must set, use a facial setting spray. Maybe using a tinted moisturizer instead of a full foundation will work better.

We’re all aging, and changing — so are the products and styles.
Don't forget sunscreen.

Skin Hydration is also important for plumping and it looks and feels better. Makeup on skin that is dry also emphasizes wrinkles. Although exfoliation is important to get rid of dry dead skin don't over do exfoliation. Protect your skin barrier with ceramides.

https://beverlyhillsmd.com/understanding-skin-barrier/
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Old 02-11-2019, 10:15 AM
 
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I honestly believe a good moisturizer is key to having a good skin. That and avoid excessive sun - so no baking yourself crisp under the sun.

I love Shisheido. You can get it affordably from TJMaxx - way cheaper than getting it at Dept. Stores for sure.
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Old 02-11-2019, 11:58 AM
 
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Windex!
(okay only those that watched My Greek wedding will get that line)


If my surgery was any indication ...my doctor said to stay away from Fish oil vitamin...apparently its a catylst on tighten skin.Which would explain why norwegians...and some asians have beautiful complexions.
fish oil also thins the blood which was why he said to stay away from it....

Retinol does work.
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Old 02-11-2019, 12:53 PM
 
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I honestly believe a good moisturizer is key to having a good skin. That and avoid excessive sun - so no baking yourself crisp under the sun.

I love Shisheido. You can get it affordably from TJMaxx - way cheaper than getting it at Dept. Stores for sure.
Avoid excessive sun, We were boaters and loved being in the water and sun, if the sun was shining we were outside. Now I don't go out as much, I wear sunscreen, wear a baseball hat if I am in the sun... DH is confused

I think what finally scared me was meeting a girl who was 10 years younger than me. She was so tan but her skin was leather and it looked terrible. So sad, I still love sunny days and swimming but limit it now
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Old 02-11-2019, 12:58 PM
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Does anyone know of any good cosmetic product that will fill in or cover up wrinkles?
Avoiding the sun without sunscreen, staying well hydrated...drink lots of water & limit use of cosmetics around the delicate skin under the eye. Products with retinol & hyaluronic acid...I hear Amara Organics Cream for the face is good.
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Old 02-11-2019, 02:05 PM
 
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Stay out of the sun, and don't get old.
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Old 02-12-2019, 07:42 AM
 
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Stay out of the sun, and don't get old.
Getting old is better than the alternative
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Old 02-14-2019, 03:00 AM
 
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I am just looking for something that will hide the wrinkles under makeup. I know there are things that hide tattoos pretty well, so why not wrinkles?
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Old Yesterday, 02:39 AM
 
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I am just looking for something that will hide the wrinkles under makeup. I know there are things that hide tattoos pretty well, so why not wrinkles?
Well, tattoos are under the skin, and wrinkles are on top. Using a good silicone primer does smooth out your skin and fill a little, but only medical intervention will eliminate wrinkles, and if they are deep enough, maybe not then, other than a face lift.
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