I have never owned a wrinkle cream… and before a year ago, I had no interest in them. Then something happened. It seemed like my face aged exponentially in just a couple year's time. To the point that, for a while, all I could see was my new wrinkles when I saw a picture of myself. Then I noticed my eyelids were starting to sag.
I'm not yet thirty, why are my eyelids sagging?! Maybe this is normal. And maybe everybody goes through this aging crisis and overreacts a wee bit. I don't know, but I certainly did. (And still do a little every time we have family photos taken. :/)
I immediately started looking into anti-wrinkle products, but was put off by the prices and the overwhelming amount of available products, options and active ingredients - retinol, acids, tea extracts, etc. Because I was overwhelmed with my options and was afraid to pay a large chunk of money for something that may or may not work, I purchased nothing.
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I started using it about three weeks ago. The label suggests using it morning and night, and after two weeks you should notice a smoothing out of your skin. That's where I am.
I haven't yet noticed diminished wrinkles or fine lines, but I have noticed my skin looking less ashy, my pores on my cheeks becoming less noticeable and a healthy glow to my skin when I'm sans makeup. (Wrinkles and stretch marks aren't supposed to visibly diminish until eight weeks of consistent use. But that seems like the standard for all wrinkle creams.) Every night before and after I wash my face, I find myself doing the forehead "wrinkle check" to see if they're diminishing.
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