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    Rarely do you come across a cosmetic product in 30 that can change the very way you feel about yourself. Once I started using Sakare, I started to feel more self confident and my skin simply looked blissful. By now I have used a whole range of their products from acne creams to anti wrinkle serums and every time its products have worked beyond my expectations. Based on my experience, I can confidently recommend Sakare to everyone!

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    **ethanbrysoneli** Male

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    Mostly we can start to use the anti aging creams and treatments at the age of forty plus. Under certain reason our skin becomes dry and unhealthy at that stage so we need to take more care in that situations.

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    **Raj Sen** Male

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    Wrinkle creams used to be reserved for the over-40 set, but now more and more beauty companies are marketing anti-aging products to twenty- and thirty-somethings. So, do you really need potions to make you look younger when you’re still, well, young?

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    **Emma Brown** Female

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    Incorporate these habbits in your daily life routine to share to look without any surgery
    1)Sun protection
    2)Drink water
    3)Exfoliate Regularly
    4)Eat your Antioxidants
    5)Quit Smoking
    6)Exercise Regularly
    7)Proper Sleep

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    If it's just a fine line and you are late 20s to early 40s, you may only need exfoliation and moisturizing. Those fine lines may just be dead skin which just turn into fine wrinkle lines by staying too long in your face and covering the sub-dermal layer. It is sad to see young women using chemical peels very early.

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    **Brenda J. Myers** Female

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    I think it depends upon case to case. However, In my humble opinion, the best age to use anti - aging product is in late 40s.

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    **Emma Brown** Female

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    But skin starts showing signs of aging in late 20's

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    I think its better to prevent oneself aging instead of relying upon the various anti aging products. There can not be any specific age to use such product, One of my friend have prepared a slide on this, bit.ly/1bOqRIQ , I hope you all like the same.

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    **William Smith** Male

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevinkrieger View Post
    I think you shouldn't use them until the age of 25 or more.
    Yeah..you're right. Its not good use these products before 25.

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    **Emili** Female

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    Actually it depends on your skin type and lifestyle you follow. So one should start using it when they feel something wrong with skin.


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