Best foundation for dry wrinkles
For as long as I can remember, I have had a problem when it comes to buying makeup. You see, my skin has always been sensitive and it is often very dry. In fact, I can wake up in the morning and have flakey, dry skin even after putting on night cream or moisturizer before going to bed. It is something that I have always been plagued with. When I was younger, I attributed it to the fact that my mom smoked her cigarettes in the house. And after moving into my own apartment, my skin did get a little better but it was still dry. And now that I am in my fifties, it is still dry. The only difference is that now I also have to deal with wrinkles. Wearing foundation has always been a challenge, thanks to the dry skin flakes, but finding a good anti-aging foundation that works with my dry skin has been even more of a challenge. If you have skin like mine, then you know exactly what I am talking about here.
Revlon Age Defying Foundation with DNA Advantage
One of the first foundation products I found that worked okay is the Revlon Age Defying Foundation with DNA Advantage. I get it in ‘honey beige,’ but it is available in a few different skin tones. The thing that I like the best about it is the price – usually I can get it for around $10 or so. It offers pretty good coverage and works well with my sensitive skin. For my dry skin problem though, it is just okay. I can get through about half the day before I have to re-apply because it is caking and the dry skin flakes are starting to show. For a long time though, this was the absolute best foundation that I could find to hide my wrinkles and deal with my dry skin. Fortunately for me, I kept looking for the perfect product and one of the best foundation to cover wrinkles.
Tarte ReCreate Anti-Aging Foundation With Wrinkle Rewind Technology
The best foundation I have found is the Tarte ReCreate Anti-Aging Foundation With Wrinkle Rewind Technology. This stuff is a real lifesaver if you have dry skin like me but want to diminish the appearance of your wrinkles. I think one of the reasons that it works so well is that it is a natural foundation with all sorts of minerals in it. I can’t remember what all of them are, but I do know that I do not see any dry skin flakes during the day when I use this foundation. The only downside to it is the price – it is about three times the cost of the Revlon foundation. However, it works best for me so I do not really mind paying more for it. It keeps my skin looking smooth and free of dry skin flakes, which can be embarrassing when you discover them in the mirror.