Monday, September 8th, 2008

Temptalia Asks You


Have you found an anti-aging product that’s worked for you? We always hear about how ineffective anti-aging products are, is it really true?

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15 thoughts on “Temptalia Asks You – Have you found an anti-aging product that’s worked for you?

  1. My favourite is the Gatineau Melatogenine Moisturiser which is an anti-ageing night and day moisturiser.

    I have been really pleased with the results from this and have used it for 5 years.

    I also regularly intersperse this by using Elemis pro-collagen marine cream, which is also a day and night moisturiser

    • Wow, 5 years! How great :) I will have to look into it. What results did you see, exactly?

      • Christine –

        I like the gatineau, as it is not a thick cream and is very easy to apply and highly moisturising.

        It leaves my skin feeling plumped and very comfortable.

        I am in my mid 30’s and started using anti-ageing products when I was about 25.

        I have always been pleased with Gatineau and Elemis products.

  2. Cat

    No but I’m still pretty young and my oily skin has helped camoflage how old I am. Not to mentioned moisturizing every day and night. I am looking for something that is preventative now. Any suggestions??

  3. SnickerDoodle

    well i’ll be 24 in a month, and i just got my FIRST anti aging stuff a couple weeks ago! I got a night cream and an eye cream. AVON was having a skincare sale, hehe, buy one get one for 1.99. So i got the Ageless Results eye cream (i have super dry undereyes/darkk circles) and the Ageless Results Renewing Night Cream. I like them both a lot so far, I dont have many wrinkles yet so it’s more preventative and for the moisture. But I have no real complaints, the night cream has a weird texture or something, but its pretty good.

  4. DaniMae

    I used to have REALLY bad laugh lines. I got tired of looking at them and having them ruin my make up look. I bought this collagen creme from L’Oreal and after using it for about a week, my lines were waaaaaaaaaay less obnoxious. I used the product for a few months and now I hardly even notice or fret over my laugh lines.

  5. Zsofi

    this will sound funny: but i think anti-aging products are really effective,just not against wrinkles :-D
    they are effective against blemiches for me,they improve the overall appearence of my skin,they hydrate it,like nothing else.
    i have ben using anti-agers since the age of 12 :-)
    so if the slogans would be true,and they make You look 10-20 years younger,then i would have disappeared,and my Mom would became pregnant with me again :-DDDDDDDD

  6. Julie V

    I am 35 and from Denmark. People judge me to be mid/late twenties all the time.
    I use MD Formulatoins from San Francisco, CA. They have done wonders for me. I had hyperpigmentation, uneven skin tone, small lines etc.
    MD’s Continuous Renewal Complex is a very effective fruit acid that eliminates uneven pigmentatoin among other things.
    For wrinkels I use MD’s Vit A PLus eye creme and lotion and have gotten very visible results, so even my friends and family are asking me what I have done.

    And here is another great great product to prevent all of the above: PRIORI Bioengineered Skincare. They have invented Ibedenone, with is protecting the skin from environmental stress with up to 95 percent.
    It is the most revolutionary product that has hit the marked since AHA.
    Product is called Even Tones with Ibedenone.
    They alos make Radical Defense, witch is a combination of SPF30 and EPF95. (SPF you know, and EPF is Environmental Protection Factor)

    Kind regards,
    Julie from Denmark