The Best Skin Care Product For Aging Skin

16 effective anti-aging products used and recommended by dermatologists

The Best Skin Care Product For Aging Skin

Ever wish you could sneak a peek inside the medicine cabinets of a dermatologist? Now you can!

TODAY interviewed 12 professionals about the anti-aging products they actually use to keep their skin looking young. From a $13 over-the-counter retinoid to a skin-brightening vitamin C serum, keep reading to discover the skin care secrets dermatologists swear by.

1. Differin Adapalene Gel 0.1% Acne Treatment

Dr. Melissa Kanchanapoomi Levin, board-certified dermatologist and founder of Entière Dermatology in New York City, can't speak highly enough about Differin Gel.

“It used to be a prescription and then it went over the counter — I love Differin gel,” she said.

Thanks to powerhouse ingredient retinoid, this gel doesn't just fight acne, it also helps reduce signs of aging. It works by reducing inflammation deep in the skin to clear clogged pores and combat fine lines.

2. La Roche-Posay Pure Vitamin C Face Serum

“When I think of anti-aging, I think of protecting, preventing and correcting, so I always to have an antioxidant in the morning,” Dr. Michelle Henry, Clinical Instructor of Dermatology at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City, said.

She recommends La Roche-Posay's vitamin C serum because it helps brighten skin, get rid of dark spots and stimulate collagen. “It makes skin look fresher and gets rid of lines and wrinkles,” she added.

3. CeraVe Hydrating Hyaluronic Acid Face Serum

Dr. Henry calls hyaluronic acid a “miracle molecule” — and this serum is chock-full of it. “It really helps plump up your skin,” she explained. “As we get older, we lose hydration in our skin and this ingredient can help restore moisture.”

4. VI Derm Clear HQ Free

New York City-based dermatologist Dr. Dina Strachan says she and her patients love this product for getting rid of dark spots and fine lines. It was formulated as an alternative to the skin lightening ingredient hydroquinone.

“It’s safe to use the long term because it doesn’t bleach the surrounding skin. It’s also packed with powerful anti-aging ingredients kojic acid and licorice root extract, which fight free radicals that damage collagen,” she explained. “It can be applied once or twice a day, just be sure to use a sunscreen with this product.”

5. Avon Anew Clinical Line Eraser with Retinol

“I love this product because it’s sensitive enough for first-time retinol users,” said Dr. Kim Nichols, a Connecticut-based dermatologist.

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“Retinol, a derivative of vitamin A, does a lot.

It minimizes fine lines and wrinkles, diminishes hyperpigmentation, blackheads and dark spots and reduces inflammation, pore size and the appearance of blemishes,” she said, adding that it's not too harsh on skin.

“Two things to remember when using retinol: Always use with a moisturizer and less is more,” she noted. “You only need a penny size for your whole face at night.”

6. Drunk Elephant Rise + Glow Duo

“I started researching natural skin lines a few years ago when I was looking to replace my underperforming hydrating gel. That’s when I discovered this gel and serum combo.

I was initially attracted to the hypoallergenic and nontoxic nature of these two products, but after I tested them, I was immediately drawn to their silky texture and smooth application — and their results,” said Dr.

Jessica Weiser, a New York City-based dermatologist.

“I apply the serum every morning — its powerful antioxidants brighten my complexion and help prevent UV and environmental damage.

Then comes the gel, which contains hyaluronic acid, which gets ‘set’ over the smaller molecular nutrients and vitamins in the serum.

The combination leaves my skin glowing, radiant and perfectly prepped for sunscreen, the final and most important step of my skin care routine.”

7. Skin Medica Age Defense Retinol Complex

“I swear by retinoids! Every dermatologist learns about this form of vitamin A in residency as part of our training. As an anti-ager, retinoids help soften wrinkles and lines and decrease pigmentation caused by the sun. But they also treat breakouts and stimulate collagen and elastin fibers.

Want more? Retinoids can improve pigmentation issues, brown spots and melasma, thanks to its exfoliating properties and they can shrink the size of your pores and give your skin a glow,” said Dr. Gary Goldenberg, assistant clinical professor of dermatology at the Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City.

“Any product that's left on my fingers goes right to the backs of my hands for some anti-aging there.”

1. Olay Regenerist Retinol 24 Night Face Cream

Dr. Henry is a fan of this cream that took over a decade to develop because it's made with retinol and won't irritate skin. “It also has some Vitamin B3,” she noted. “The combination helps to not only get rid of fine lines and wrinkles but also helps lighten dark spots and give the skin hydration — It's a really nice drugstore retinol,” said Henry.

2. Aveeno Positively Radiant Daily Facial Moisturizer SPF 15

“While there are many expensive skin care treatments on the market, nothing is better at preventing both skin cancer and premature skin aging than sunscreen.

Studies have shown time and time again that regular use of sunscreens prevents the development of skin cancers, including melanomas, which can be potentially fatal.

In one recent yearlong study, regular sunscreen use was even shown to improve the cosmetic appearance of the skin, ly because protective skin was able to heal itself. The best treatment for aging skin is preventing ultraviolet light damage to begin with.

Skipping one day will not result in too much loss, but if you regularly take a pass, your skin will ultimately pay the price,” said Dr. Joshua Zeichner, director of cosmetic and clinical research, Department of Dermatology, The Mount Sinai Hospital.

“I was introduced to this product when I was a resident. I love that it not only protects from UV exposure, but it’s the one product that really brightens up the skin, thanks to its soy complex and light diffusers.”

3. Eucerin Broad Spectrum SPF 30 Sunscreen Moisturizing Face Lotion

“I love this anti-ager because it’s dual acting: It’s an oil- and fragrance-free moisturizer, plus it’s a broad spectrum UVA/UVB sunscreen that contains zinc oxide and titanium dioxide but doesn’t leave your skin looking pasty and chalky,” said Dr.

Sonia Badreshia, clinical instructor of dermatology at the University of California, San Francisco. “It's a must-wear for your face, neck, décolleté and hands.

I recommend it to treat and prevent dark marks and it’s my secret weapon for fighting rough knees and elbows.”

4. Olay Professional ProX Hydra Firming Cream Anti Aging

“This is the best anti-aging product in the drugstore!” said Dr. Diane S. Berson, associate clinical professor of dermatology, Weill Medical College of Cornell University New York-Presbyterian Hospital.

She says the combination of ingredients in the formula address most concerns associated with premature aging dull skin tone, texture and wrinkles.

“This product has been evaluated in clinical trials — in fact, one study published in the British Journal of Dermatology showed that it was as effective as Renova, an FDA-approved prescription product for the treatment of wrinkles,” she raved. “Applied at night, it’s the perfect solution for those who want an effective anti-aging product in one jar.”

5. CeraVe Ultra-Light Moisturizing Lotion SPF 30

Dr. Levin recommends this combination moisturizer with SPF 30. “It has three essential ceramides that really hydrate and protect the skin barrier. It also has a hyaluronic acid which is a super hydrating skincare ingredient that I love,” she explained.

6. Avène Tolerance Extreme Emulsion

If you have dry skin during the winter months, Avéne Tolerance Extreme Emulsion cream may be the product for you. “I really Avéne during this time of year,” Dr. Levin said.

The lightweight moisturizer hydrates skin without leaving a greasy residue, so you can easily layer it under your makeup.

7. Neutrogena Hydro Boost Gel-Cream Extra-Dry Skin

“I've been applying hyaluronic acid to my skin for years,” said Dr. Rachel Nazarian, assistant clinical professor at The Mount Sinai Hospital Department of Dermatology. “It’s a substance naturally found in the skin and works to maintain water for a fuller, more youthful look.”

“Its unique, moisture-binding feature allows it to hold many times its own weight in water. I used to apply a high-grade version of hyaluronic acid topically to my face, but the molecules were large, making it difficult for them to absorb into my skin.

Today, smaller molecules of high-grade hyaluronic acid with better topical absorption capabilities can be found in over-the-counter products, including this gel-cream that I apply nightly.

Bonus: Its hydrating properties curb the irritation caused by retinols,” she continued.

“I still use a few tricks to enhance absorption, such as applying it after I shower while my skin is still damp or using it after an exfoliating wash.”

1. EltaMD UV Physical Tinted Facial Sunscreen Broad-Spectrum SPF 41

“Sunscreen is the most important anti-aging product because the sun is responsible for 90% of skin aging,” said Dr. Arielle Kauvar, a New York City-based dermatologist and clinical professor of dermatology at Langone NYU Medical Center.

“This is my favorite face sunscreen because it doesn’t irritate even the most sensitive skin — we even use it on patients after laser procedures. It’s water-resistant and adds a light tint to your skin, which is great for when you want to go sans makeup. I apply it after my moisturizer and before my makeup. Just be sure to reapply if you’re outdoors all day,”

2. SkinCeuticals Physical Fusion UV Defense SPF 50

“This sheer, tinted sunscreen goes on smooth and acts as a great, lightweight primer before makeup, smoothing out any skin imperfections. It's also a great product to use at the beach when you don't want to wear heavy concealer and foundation, but still want a little coverage,” said Dr. Sherry Ingraham, a Texas-based dermatologist.

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10 Best Anti Aging Wrinkle Creams, Serums, and Products for 2020

The Best Skin Care Product For Aging Skin


No matter how old you are, you might think wrinkle cream sounds something for your grandmother. But the truth is, the earlier you start taking care of your skin, the better! This means incorporating anti-aging products into your skincare routine, drinking enough water, eating right, and staying the sun!

There are so many products out there (that promise so many things), it can be seriously overwhelming. That’s why the Good Housekeeping Institute Beauty Lab experts are here to cut through the clutter. To start, here are some powerful ingredients to look for when picking an anti-aging product:

Retinoids are the gold-standard of anti-aging ingredients.

Potent vitamin A (and its less irritating derivatives) boosts skin’s collagen production to minimize fine lines, speeds up cell turnover to reduce dark spots, and helps unclog pores.

Retinoids (including Retinol or Retinyl Palmitate) can be irritating at first, so start by applying a product with them every other night and always wearing SPF, since they can increase sun sensitivity.

Hyaluronic acid is a humectant (a.k.a. type of moisturizer) that draws water to the surface of your skin to give it a firmer, plumper look.

Niacinamide is Vitamin B3 that evens out skin tone which is great for helping improve the appearance of hyperpigmentation, and glycolic acid is an alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) that increases cell turnover to reveal smoother skin.

Sunscreen is the best anti-aging defense, no matter what anti-aging product you apply.

Use one of the GH Beauty Lab’s top-tested sunscreens every morning before putting on makeup, and every two hours when you’re spending the day outdoors.

You’ll help prevent future sun damage that can cause premature aging and, most importantly, help decrease the risk of skin cancer. Even better? Some of our beauty scientists’ anti-aging picks are formulated with SPF!

Now that you have the lowdown, below are the best anti-aging day creams, night creams, serums and more:

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Rapid Wrinkle Repair Daily Face Moisturizer with SPF 30 Neutrogena

This top dermatologist pick from Neutrogena aced our Lab’s day cream test. The Good Housekeeping Seal Star quenches dry skin and protects against the sun’s rays with SPF 30.

Consumers d that it absorbed quickly, didn’t irritate (even with retinol) and had little scent.

One said, “Hands down, the best wrinkle cream I’ve tried!” GH Lab tests found that it firmed and moisturized, evened tone and could smooth fine lines over time.



Multi Correxion 5 in 1 Eye Cream RoC

RoC’s cream was the best-scoring eye treatment in our Lab’s recent study — at a price way below the average.

It impressively firmed and reduced wrinkles after only four weeks, according to our specialized VISIA Complexion Analyzer and Cutometer device.

Testers agreed, saying it was the best at firming, reducing under-eye puffiness, and diminishing the look of crow’s feet, under-eye fine lines, and dark circles. Good to know: It does have a fragrance, but testers didn’t find it overwhelming. 



Multi Correxion 5 In 1 Daily Moisturizer SPF 30 RoC

Great if you have oily skin, RoC’s moisturizer absorbs quickly and doesn't leave a greasy feeling. Even better? It has SPF 30 built in — the minimum amount our experts recommend using.

In the GH Beauty Lab’s recent anti-aging day cream study, this day cream reduced visible spots by 4.5% in just four weeks. Consumer testers gave it top marks for softening, firming, and reducing wrinkles.



Redermic R Eyes Retinol Eye Cream La Roche-Posay


In Lab evaluations, this La Roche-Posay eye cream absorbed quickly, reduced the appearance of fine lines, and diminished under-eye puffiness.

It’s packed with powerful anti-aging retinol, so our pros recommend only using this at night before bed, then applying sunscreen every morning. Even with retinol, GH Lab testers didn’t report any irritation.

One tester summed it up well, “I didn't really have much faith in eye creams until trying this one!”



Resveratrol Lift Night Infusion Cream Caudalie


Formulated with the antioxidant resveratrol (derived from grapevines) and hydrating hyaluronic acid, this silky Caudalie cream proved to be a powerful hydrator and smoother in Lab tests. Rated the best anti-aging night cream in the Beauty Lab’s test, it increased skin moisturization by an impressive 43% over six hours and improved skin texture by 12% in four weeks.



Regenerist Micro-Sculpting Cream

Get the ultimate moisture boost with Olay’s cream that outperformed 10 competitors — even a prestige $440 one — in our Beauty Lab’s clinical studies.

Packed with powerhouse anti-agers including niacinamide and hyaluronic acid, we found the Good Housekeeping Seal Star increased hydration by 50% on average over 24 hours and improved skin texture by 10% in four weeks.



TimeWise Repair Volu-Firm Night Treatment With Retinol Mary Kay


Formulated with powerhouse retinol, Mary Kay’s night cream fights the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, without drying out skin . Even better? The Good Housekeeping Seal Star leaves it feeling hydrated for hours! other products with retinol, always wear sunscreen in the morning after using this night cream.



Triple Firming Neck Cream NeoStrata


Yes, you should be using an anti-aging product for your neck, too! NeoStrata’s cream was one of the winners in our beauty experts’ anti-aging neck treatment study. GH Lab evaluations found that it was great at improving the look of fine lines and wrinkles on the neck.



Metacell Renewal B3 SkinCeuticals


Want something lighter and willing to splurge a little? Get this SkinCeuticals serum. Formulated with niacinamide, it was the best in our Beauty Lab test at reducing the look of lines and wrinkles (by 5% over four weeks!). GH consumer testers loved the “almost immediate” fine line improvement and said they were “shocked by the plumpness of my skin the next day.”



Restore & Renew Face & Neck Multi Action Serum

If you want a pick that can do double-duty, this fast-absorbing face and neck serum from No7 can’t be beat. The winner in our Beauty Lab’s neck treatment study, it was the best at tightening and lifting skin in Lab evaluations, while also reducing the look of fine lines and wrinkles.

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Best Skincare Regimen – Skincare by Age

The Best Skin Care Product For Aging Skin

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If you're overwhelmed by the seemingly infinite array of lotions and potions out there—and the added wrinkle that your best choices change as you age—you've come to the right place. With advice from leading dermatologists, we've created a core regimen for each decade, so you can enjoy complexion perfection (and a streamlined routine) your whole life long.

Now is the time to develop good habits to preserve your youthful glow, says Jennifer Linder, MD, assistant clinical professor of dermatology at the University of California, San Francisco. The one guaranteed to shore up your chances of gorgeous skin in the decades to come? You guessed it: applying sunscreen religiously.

You might be noticing dryness for the first time, so a moisturizer is essential. If you're one of the many 20-something women who suffer from acne, you may see that it's shifted from the forehead and midface to the jawline, which means it's hormone related.

The breakout treatments you've been using may now be too aggressive; it's time to switch to a less drying routine.

Your Face Basics

CleanserIt's best to wash your face twice a day, but if you can manage only once, do it in the evening: Never sleep in your makeup, says Linder.

Does your skin feel squeaky-clean after cleansing? Then you're stripping it of necessary natural oils, and it will eventually feel dry, tight, and itchy. Use a nonsoap face wash.

For oily complexions, one with salicylic acid or benzoyl peroxide is a good choice. For combination or dry skin, try a creamy cleanser.


Look for one with broad-spectrum (UVA/UVB) protection and SPF 30. Linder recommends a moisturizer with titanium dioxide or zinc oxide. To ensure that you remember to use it, keep the bottle near your toothpaste; apply it all over your face, neck, décolleté, and— whenever they're exposed—the tops of your ears.

Nighttime Treatment

Peptides (strings of amino acids) may have a role in preventing fine lines and wrinkles, so try a peptide serum with hydrating ingredients hyaluronic acid. If you have acne or are already seeing signs of sun damage sunspots (hyperpigmentation), use a prescription retinoid lotion or cream or a product containing retinol, the over-the-counter version.

Try these 6 essential skincare products for women in their 20s

Next: Skincare advice for your 30s

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In Your 30s…

If you've been diligent with sunscreen, you most ly haven't seen a radical change in your skin since your 20s. But this is the decade when your complexion may start to look dull because of slower cell turnover, so regular exfoliation should be your top priority, says Ellen Marmur, MD, associate clinical professor of dermatology at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City. Sun worshipers will see an increase in fine lines and damage dark spots and loss of elasticity—but it's never too late to get with the (sun protection) program. This is also the decade when you may begin to notice crow's-feet, dark circles, and sagging of the lower eyelids, says Doris J. Day, MD, clinical associate professor of dermatology at NYU Langone Medical Center.
CleanserYou want to continue to protect your skin's natural barrier, so use a gentle face wash in the morning and evening, says Marmur. To make dull skin more luminous, try a cleanser with hydroxy acids, which increase cell renewal; you can also use a mild scrub several times a week or a cleansing brush.

Serum and Moisturizer

Keep it up with the broad-spectrum SPF 30 hydrator; for an extra boost of protection from environmental aggressors pollution and UVA/UVB rays, layer a vitamin C serum underneath. (It can also help with hyperpigmentation, says Linder.) Look for one containing at least 15 to 20 percent L-ascorbic acid, the most effective form of the vitamin. A facial oil is a good way to moisturize and add back your glow, says Marmur. It has some light-reflective qualities and drenches the skin, plumping it and temporarily diminishing fine lines. Just don't forget to add sunscreen.

Nighttime Treatment

Your focus should be on repairing the thin skin around the eye area. Choose an undereye cream with niacinamide (anti-redness), caffeine (anti-inflammatory), or retinol (collagen building), says Day. For the rest of your face, a prescription retinoid or a retinol night cream is your best bet for preventing wrinkles.

Try these 6 essential skincare products for women in their 30s

Next: Skincare advice for your 40s

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In Your 40s…

In this decade, dark-skinned women are usually just beginning to see fine lines, wrinkles, and other age-related issues loss of volume, says Brooke Jackson, MD, associate professor of dermatology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. In fair-skinned women, sun damage continues to show up as splotchiness and hyperpigmentation. And many 40-somethings contend with hormone-related problems such as acne and premenopausal dryness.
CleanserUse a milky or creamy cleanser morning and night. As long as it's gentle, any cleanser is fine, although if you're plagued by occasional pimples, try a face wash with salicylic acid.

Serum and Moisturizer

To repair and protect, look for a serum rich in antioxidants, vitamin C or E, or epidermal growth factors to help stimulate collagen production, says Jackson. (If you've become particularly concerned about your eye area, give your eye cream an extra boost with a specialized serum containing the same ingredients.) Over that, layer a broad-spectrum UVA/UVB SPF 30 moisturizer.

Nighttime Treatment

It's worth it to spend a bit more on your bedtime regimen, says Jackson. Regular use of a prescription retinoid is making a deposit in your 401(k): Retinoids boost reserves of collagen and elastin, preventing future sagging. Not only are they antiaging, they also reduce acne, a bonus for women still suffering through breakouts.

Try these 6 essential skincare products for women in their 40s

Next: Skincare advice for your 50s

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In Your 50s…

It's true at every age, but especially important now: Being beautiful comes from feeling happy and taking good care of yourself. So if you haven't made that your primary goal, do it today, says Cheryl Karcher, MD, associate clinical professor of dermatology at NYU Langone Medical Center. In your 50s, you really appreciate the benefits of having made wise lifestyle choices, which are more important than genetics in influencing the rate at which you age, says Darrick Antell, MD, assistant clinical professor of surgery at Columbia University. In his studies of twins, he found that not smoking, avoiding excess sun exposure, and managing stress can have a major impact. You may be noticing thinner skin and sagging. Bone loss around the jaw can lead to jowls; fat loss can create a sunken look. Lines and wrinkles deepen, and hyperpigmentation increases. You may also notice that your skin is dry and flaky.
CleanserYou want to protect your skin barrier, because the drier your skin, the more susceptible it is to damage, says Karcher. Wash daily with a creamy moisturizing cleanser for sensitive skin.

Serum and Moisturizer

Start with a serum containing antioxidants vitamin C or E, resveratrol, or green tea. Over that, layer your moisturizer and a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30. Redness due to rosacea can be minimized with Mirvaso, a new gel that decreases swelling of blood vessels. Hyperpigmentation can be reduced with creams containing 2 percent hydroquinone, phytophenol, or kojic acid.

Nighttime Treatment

It's simple: Moisturize and repair. You need a rich night cream with peptides, a hydrating prescription retinoid, or retinol cream or lotion. If the retinoid causes dryness, mix it with a moisturizer or a night cream, or use it only three times a week. You can apply retinoid cream up to your lower eyelids. Be sure to use the night cream on your neck and the retinoid on your chest and the backs of your hands.

Try these 6 essential skincare products for women in their 50s

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The Best Anti Aging Products of 2020 – Top Anti Wrinkle Creams, Serums, and Skin Care

The Best Skin Care Product For Aging Skin

For centuries people have reverted to obscure beauty rituals claiming to be the source of the fountain of youth, for example, Cleopatra is believed to have bathed in donkey milk for its anti-aging properties. However, these days it's clear that aging gracefully doesn't rely on just one secret potion.

Rather, it takes a collection of products that will restore, protect, and regenerate your skin. To help you on your quest of turning back time, we've rounded up the best anti-aging products to introduce to your routine.

From natural beauty wonders to tried-and-true favorite masks, oils, peels, treatments, and moisturizers, these wrinkle-reducing and glow-inducing workhorses turn back the sands of time.

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Complete Face Serum


Pause is changing the skincare game with products specifically formulated for the conditions that perimenopausal and menopausal women experience. Specifically, the slowing of collagen production.

Enter: a serum made with a proprietary mix of niacinamide, 3-O-Ethyl Ascorbic acid, DMAE, Palmityoyl Tripeptide-1, Palmitoyl tatrapeptide, Poria Cocos Polysaccaride, and Ribose, that not only hydrates and nourishes skin to ensure sit remains plump and supple, but also boosts skin density and elasticity, particularly when it comes to toning and tightening contours of the jaw line. 

Sisleÿa Global Anti-Age Extra-Rich

Sisley Paris


Complete and utter luxury to be savored down to the very last drop—the kind of luxury ritual you want to indulge in twice a day. Especially if the skin around your eyes is dry.

 Stimulating active ingredients, such as lindera extract and Persian acacia boost cellular longevity to replenish the epidermis.

The effect is real: wrinkles around the delicate eye area are reduced, while radiance and hydration are increased.


1.5% Pure Hyaluronic Acid Face Serum L'Oréal Paris

Skin in need of intense hydration? L’Oreal’s Hyaluronic Acid serum visibly plumps skin and even better: reduces wrinkles. The lightweight serum wears well under makeup and leaves skin feeling smoother and tightened—and reduces signs of fatigue, too. Plus, according to Nielsen, it's the #1 serum in the U.S.

Youth Activating Melon Serum

Meaningful Beauty


Cindy Crawford, seemingly ageless, has bestowed the gift of her beauty secrets upon the rest of us with the Meaningful Beauty line. The whole collection was formulated from the anti-aging properties of rare melons grown in the South of France. For a serum that can help correct the signs of aging while preventing future damage, look no further! 

'Quench' Hydrating Serum

Kate Somerville


One of the keys to achieving younger-looking skin is hydration. Kate Somerville's 'Quench' serum helps your skin cells retain moisture to help you attain a dewier and more youthful appearance.  

All-In-One Facial Starter

Gold Energizing Eye Recovery Mask



These gold recovery eye masks help target the sensitive under-eye . Not only do they aim to reduce puffiness around the eye, but they also work to treat dark circles and fine lines. Pop 'em on for a few minutes in the morning and watch the evidence of last night melt away to reveal a perky and awake appearance. 

Weleda Skin Food

A makeup bag fave for industry pros and regular gals a—and for good reason. This product, which was first created in 1926, was formulated with ultra-nourishing ingredients lanolin and beeswax and calming agents calendula and chamomile to heal dry skin all over the body and impart a dewy glow.

More: 15 Best Eye Creams to Fight Wrinkles

Vintner's Daughter Active Botanical Serum

Vintner's Daughter


The indie favorite organic oil is loaded with nourishing and detoxifying botanicals grape seed oil and dandelion leaf, inspired by founder April Gargiulo's family winery in California.

Charlotte's Magic Cream

Charlotte Tilbury


The beloved makeup artist used to personally blend jars of her collagen-stimulating concoction for her celebrity clientele before starting her own line. With plumping peptides and just the right amount of glow, reach for this jar anytime you want to hide the signs of being just a little bit rundown. 

Skin Caviar Luxe Cream

La Prairie


Forget blinis and crème fraîche, the Swiss skincare brand believes caviar—with its firming and texture-refining properties—is best served on the skin.

Facial Treatment Essence



After noticing the age-defying hands of Japanese sake brewers, SK-II bottled up the refining, toning, and nourishing benefits of vitamin-rich pitera to create its do-it-all elixir.

Good Genes All-In-One Lactic Acid Treatment

Sunday Riley


The cult favorite clarifying treatment contains exfoliating lactic acid that immediately reveals brighter, plumper skin—all while keeping things super hydrated. Sure, you get an instantly perkier appearance, but its the long term results that will keep you coming back for more. 

Hyaluronic Serum

Dr. Barbara Sturm


For those unable to get their hands on the German doctor's buzzed about “Blood Cream,” her highly concentrated hyaluronic acid serum includes large and small molecules that deeply penetrate skin for a heavy dose of hydration. Every skincare routine, no matter your age, should include hyaluronic acid. And it just so happens that Dr. Sturm, her formulation is the best of the best. 

Alpha Beta Universal Daily Peel

Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare


The OG two-step peel pads for the face, neck, and chest are a combination of five gentle yet effective alpha and beta hydroxy acids that remove dead skin cells without irritation, leaving skin perfectly prepped for whatever products come next.

Blue Diamond Concentrate



Diamond peptides help prolong the life of healthy skin cells, while a blend of amino-acids, copper, and sodium hyaluronate increases collagen production, controls shine, and reduces the appearance of wrinkles. A serum fit for a queen.

Olay Regenerist Micro-Sculpting Cream

The drugstore favorite contains powerful anti-agers hyaluronic acid, amino-peptides, and vitamin B3 to offer immediate and longterm lifting and plumping benefits. This wallet-friendly option also tops's list for best anti-aging creams.

C E Ferulic



Recommended by dermatologists and beauty editors a, the antioxidant packed formula contains l-ascorbic acid, vitamin E, and ferulic acid to fight wrinkle-inducing free radicals. Dark spots are faded, skin tone is even, and overall the skin just looks brighter with continual use.

Intensive Eye Concentrate for Wrinkles



The blurring and fortifying formula is clinically proven to brighten the under eye area and fight the crow’s feet and squint lines caused by staring at screens at all day.

Perricone MD Firming Neck Therapy

Perricone MD

They say the neck is one of the telltale signs of aging, but this potent blend of vitamin E and phospholipids minimizes lines, wrinkles, and crepiness, while improving elasticity and tone. Neglect your neck no longer. 

Moisture Boost Vit+C Cream

Emma Hardie


For those that love the brightening and skin-boosting benefits of vitamin c, but find the anti-oxidant slightly drying, behold: the answer to your prayers.

Vitamin C and Red algae work to reduce the affects of UV damage and reduce hyper-pigmentation, while lovely blend of vitamin B3, shea butter and grapeseed oil strengthen the skin and provide a delightful dose of moisture.

Another key ingredient included is probiotics, which help ensure the microbiome of your face stays balanced—and that your skin stays clear. 

Alchimie Forever Firming Gel for Neck and Bust – 5 ounce

Alchimie Forever


It's common knowledge that the neck and bust have more delicate skin—and are thusly more prone to sun damage and reveal your age. This anti-oxidant packed gel (a texture perfect for warmer months) harnesses the power of green tea and rosemary to reduce inflammation and promote skin healing, as well tighten sagging skin and increase cell turnover to reduce fine lines and wrinkles. 

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