Anti-Ag­ing Prod­ucts at Home

Milwaukee Health - - LIVE WELL - - LYNEÉ RUIZ

Crème de La Mer devo­tees love the silky tex­ture and re­ju­ve­nat­ing re­sults of this, the holy grail of all anti-ag­ing mois­tur­iz­ers. Sea­weed ex­tracts are the se­cret of the “Mir­a­cle Broth,” which has with­stood the test of time, de­spite a high price tag. La Mer Mois­tur­ing Cream, $170; sephora.com.

Some foun­da­tions do more than even out your skin tone. This for­mula uti­lizes ingredients such as vanilla plan­i­fo­lia fruit ex­tract to pro­vide re­gen­er­a­tion, firm­ness, uni­for­mity and hy­dra­tion. The glow is multi-lay­ered with­out look­ing shiny, and skin ap­pears makeup free. Chanel Sublim­age Le Teint, $135; chanel.com.

You’ll see im­me­di­ate re­sults upon ap­ply­ing this cream, as it soft­ens and smoothes your face. A blend of five hyaluronic acids act as a humec­tant, help­ing to plump skin. Sk­inMed­ica HA5 Re­ju­ve­nat­ing Hy­dra­tor, $178; Bon­ness Skin­care Bou­tique, Cor­ners of Brook­field.

The ac­tive in­gre­di­ent in this go-to sta­ple is retinol, which speeds skin cell turnover, boosts col­la­gen and re­duces fine lines. With its low price tag, it’s a great way for first-timers to in­tro­duce anti-ag­ing to their skin-care rou­tine. Roc Deep Wrin­kle Night Cream, $18; tar­get.com. Yes, girl, the main in­gre­di­ent is snail slime ex­tract, pop­u­lar­ized by Korean beauty prod­ucts. A per­fect boost for tired skin, it helps with red­ness and in­flam­ma­tion and leaves you with a no­tice­able glow. Try it while on a long flight, and dis­em­bark from the plane look­ing fully re­freshed. Mis­sha Su­per Aqua Cell Re­new Snail Mask, $6; tar­get.com.

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