Anti-Aging Skin Care Products

by Ann Marie Laurendeau on Oct 22, 2013

I’ve recently entered my fifth decade and although I embrace my age, lately I’ve become curious about products that claim to turn back the clock. My best skin care recommendations for women over 40 is to always wear sunscreen with a SPF factor of 30 that includes ‘broad spectrum protection’ on the label. In addition, here are some skin care products that improve the look and health of your skin.



A great cleanser should feel gentle as it removes dirt, excess oil and makeup. It should also rinse off easily with without leaving a residue or feel too dry which means it is stripping your skin of its natural moisture. A good cleanser should be easy to use and leave your skin feeling supple, healthy and clean.


Kiehl’s – Ultra Facial Cleanser $18 for 5oz


Neutragena - One Step Gentle Cleanser $6.49 for 5.2 oz. 

Bobbi Brown - Hydrating Rich Cleanser




Whether or not you need a toner depends on your skin type and how much makeup you wear. The best toners for 40+ women should contain ingredients that benefit the skin while removing last traces of makeup and/or cleanser residue.  Many astringents can dry out the skin however, choosing the right toner for your skin type should not leave a tight or dry feeling after use. Toners that contain natural moisturizers and botanical extracts will in fact make your skin look better.


Clinique Mild Clarifying Lotion (11.50 for 6.7 fl oz)

Lancome – Tonique Radiance, Clarifying Exfoliating Toner, ($25 for 6.8 fl oz)



Using a high-quality moisturizer can make a dramatic difference in the way your skin looks and feels. Look for moisturizers with anti-aging ingredients, vitamins, and retinols to fight the environmental factors that contribute to wrinkles, tea extracts to reduce redness and boost antioxidant protection and copper peptides for collagen production.



Reparative Moisture Cream, Anemone Makeup $45






What are your thoughts on it? Have you tried any of these skin care products?  Do you like them? Feel free to write a comment


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