Which anti aging cream is best for oily skin and which for dry and sensitive skin?

It’s hard enough to find effective anti-aging products. Throw in sensitive skin and you’ve got a whole other set of problems. Since most anti-aging ingredients (think retinol, AHAs) work by speeding up cell turnover—which can make skin dry and flaky—they can wreak havoc on easily-irritated skin, says Francesca Fusco, MD, a dermatologist in New York City. But not all anti-aging ingredients are quite so harsh, and even retinol and AHAs can work if used in the right way. Here, three dermatologists share the products they recommend for women with sensitive skin who want anti-aging benefits. These formulas tend to take a gentler, more soothing approach to fight signs of aging

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If you have oily skin, you know you cannot pick products off the bat. It needs more attention than normal skin types would as oily skin is prone to acne because of excess sebum secretion.

This explains why your face starts to dull down by the end of the day. You need creams that have a brightening effect and keep you relatively fresher the whole time.

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