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I want to find a good anti-aging program for my skin. Should I visit a dermatologist or an esthetician for advice on what to use? My skin is still in good shape now and I want to keep it that way as long as possible.

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      Mary Clark wrote Jun 3, 2011
    • Mamapan....personally I wouldn’t spend the money going to a doctor.  You might end up with problems you didn’t have to begin with.  

      I’ll put in a plug for my Beauticontrol Cosmetics.  I have been using their products for over 15 years now.  I do sell it now but mostly to support my own skin care/make up habit.  Their skin care line and repair products...maintenance products to me are great.  What I like the most about their products is they list every ingredient in each product so if you already know you have an allergy or what can see what’s in each one.  I also like the fact that compared to other skin care’s affordable.  

      Check out the beauti link below my signature to visit my website.  If you have questions...feel free to contact me.  

      Exfoliating and washing..and mosturizing is the keys to good skin...and sunscreen...and no tanning beds.

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      Vikki Hall wrote Jun 3, 2011
    • I would say go to an esthetician for a facial and tell her your specific concerns. Then take her advice on skin care products and apply it to any brand you like.

      I haven’t used Beauti control in years but I trust Mary.

      I could tell you  a lot of specific skin care lines to use but you really need to decide first:

      How much you want to spend monthly?
      How many steps are you realistically willing to do daily?
      And what specific concerns are the most important?

      Once you know that then you can move on.

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      Mary Clark wrote Jun 3, 2011
    • Vikki...great advice!
      It is about how much you want to spend..and really what you KNOW you will consistently do.  If you already have great must be doing something right.  

      Like Vikki have to find the one that is right for YOU. Everybody’s skin is different.

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