In a world where new beauty products pop up daily and every peel, serum, and night cream promises to erase wrinkles, the makeup counter can be a daunting place. With anti-aging makeup as the latest craze, we wonder how much skincare is too much. Is adding anti-aging makeup to our skincare regimen really necessary?
No, says New York City dermatologist Heidi Weldorf, M.D. "It's a bonus. It can improve skin, but not like straight anti-aging treatments, which have higher concentrations of active ingredients and really get rubbed in." Still, every bit of wrinkle-fighting helps - unless you're using a retinoid at night, in which case, avoid makeup that contains retinol or any exfoliant.
Want to try it out for yourself? We like Elizabeth Arden Ceramide Ultra Lift and Firm Makeup, SPF 15, $42.
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