Wrinkles aren't really appreciated in our culture. Both women and men seem to wait in terror them to appear, which people desperately try to stall with different kinds of anti-aging products. I haven't earlier really spared a thought for wrinkles and stuff, but recently I've started thinking if I should start using some eye cream. Though I look pretty young in other ways, there are some little lines around my eyes.
Some people think you should start using anti-wrinkle cream when you start using make-up. Well, in that case I'm already ten years late. Surely using make-up ages and strain the skin much more than not using make-up, but who 12- or 13-year-old yet thinks about stuff like winkles?
But what then would be a good age to start using anti-aging products? Or are they just no use anyway? I'd like to hear your experiences and thoughts. How old were you when you possibly started using such products and what kind of creams have you used, or do you think that a common moisturizer is enough and anti-wrinkle creams are pure humbug? If any of you can recommend some eye cream suitable for 20+ skin, I'm interested in reading your recommendations.