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what is the age to start using anti-aging creams?

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Dr. Thomas Fiala
Plastic Surgery 33 years experience
Skincare: A good skincare program can really have a nice cosmetic benefit. Both sunscreen use and Retin-A use have been proven to be beneficial. Best to see your local dermatologist or plastic surgeon for more details. Think about starting in your mid-30's.
Dr. Homeira Izadi
Anti-Aging Medicine 30 years experience
there is no age limit to start taking care of your skin. we should start using sun screen as the first and the most important anti-aging cream in early childhood. damage to the skin due to ultraviolet light starts very early in life. Adolescents who start Retin -A for acne, would benefit from anti aging effect of it as well, topical Resveratrol and vitamin C , micro needling helps to penetrate mor
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