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    Default Good anti aging moisturiser?

    Hi girls, could anyone recommend a good anti aging moisturizer? Before getting pregnant I used Retinol containing creams such as Avene and they did a great job with acne and wrinkles but now I can’t use anything like that and every time I go to Olay counter I look at the ingredients and just wonder if this tiny amount of good ingredients can REALLY outweight all the parabens and dimethicons and silicons and whatever elses on the list…
    I started using rosehip oil but I think it breaks me out
    Used skin actives antioxidant serums but it has sea kelp-again break out material…
    Maybe someone knows of a good anti aging cream without too many nasties?
    Thanks heaps!

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    Moo Goo have a lovely Anti Ageing moisturiser, it doesn't have any sun protection so I use it before bed (when I remember) but not during the day.

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    AHAVA (deadsea.com.au) products might be worth a looksie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bell & Bug View Post
    AHAVA (deadsea.com.au) products might be worth a looksie.
    I love Ahava! Also Babor but I think you can only get it from beauty therapists?

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    thanks girls never heard of it, will look into it!

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    looked at some Moogoos in the local health shop and they look great! will definitely try the anti aging cream

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    There is a brand called origins. It's pricy but amazing. You can order online. There are some shops is Aust that stock it. You can google information on it. I got it as a gift and I am very skeptical about these thing but Im shocked at the difference in my skin. I have tried moo goo it does give good moisture but I didn't think it was fantastic, I think there is much better out there but it's good for the price.

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    I've started using good ol' olive oil and it works wonders! I exfoliate/wash with bicarb then slap on some oil and my skin looks radiant (if I do say so myself )

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    sunscreen...the best anti age cream.... use it 365 days a year!!!
    night time anything with vitamin A C E and Niacin

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    Mirenesse is great - you can buy online. They don't use parabens, etc


 

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