Over ten years ago, working at the beauty counter, hardly anyone read product labels. Most customers I helped immediately wanted to know the price. That was it! Today, they want to know if it’s gluten free, oil free, ophthalmologist tested, what are the ingredients, and more. Consumers have come a long way. That’s a good thing!
When shopping for anti-aging products, I suggest scanning the label for the following ingredients:
- Vitamin A
- Vitamin C
- Vitamin E
- Hylarounic Acid
The higher percentage of these, the more anti-aging benefits you receive. However, the cost goes up. But if you are an educated consumer, you should get the most for your dollar.
For example Nuetrogena makes this $20 eye cream:
It contains retinol and hylarounic acid. This is a great option if you need to start wearing eye cream or if you are on a budget.
If you want something with more benefits, try this eye cream by Peter Thomas Roth:
It has peptides, retinol, vitamin A and vitamin E. You will pay $100 for it, but you will also notice results.
I offer personal shopping and personal makeup lessons in AZ because I feel people want to know what to shop for and why. Sometimes it’s just not knowing who to ask. My feedback is professional and unbiased. I truly want you to look your best. I understand what it’s like to not have the information for great results. Investing in the right skincare will help you walk out the door with more confidence.