The New Pond's Age Mirace and Flawless White | Event and Product Intro.2/24/2012Shen
We were given a chance to ask a few questions ( I think of this as in behalf of you who weren't there at the event.):
I have an oily skin and still experience adult acne can I use Pond's Age Miracle already?
Yes. Dr. Helen Meldrum informed us Pond's Age Miracle line comes with Day Cream for Sensitive Skin if you encounter breakouts and there's the Day Cream for combination and oily skin that won't aggravate oiliness.
For those who are used to the old formulation, will the effects be different? Are there drastic difference in the line?
Yes. With the new formulation people who loves the old line will still get the same benefits they use to get PLUS the power of Regen which helps the skills cells regenerate. It's the old formulation with a better impact and effects are much faster and more visible.
My thoughts on what skin care to use...
In choosing a skin care range, it is still better to address your main skin concern first. This is what I've always told you and will continue to do so. Do not try to mix products so often as this could possibly lead to more skin problems.
I advise that at a young age, you can always start with oil control for oily skin, moisturizer for dry skin and lots of sunblock! Then if you acquire pimples, go to a certified dermatologist to find out what's the real culprit on why you get pimples and for stronger medications to cure them. Then find a whitening range that will help lighten your acne marks should you have them.
With Anti-aging products, start with an eye cream at your early twenties. Something light and easily absorbed. Then as you grow older, try exchanging your facial wash with an anti-aging products and on colder months, add moisturizer to your nightly regimen.
Stay away from the sun to avoid wrinkle formation and always pack on sunblock to avoid hyper pigmentation.
Prevention is better than cure... but for us who already got the major league skin concerns, there's always Pond's!
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