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    Olay total effects 7 signs of ageing
    shehnaz2011 posted:
    Dear expert, I am 32 and have not used any moisturizer regularly. However my skin now looks dull with large open pores and redness on cheeks and forehead. I want to use olay total effects moisturizer. Is it good to use it regularly?
    Mary Ruth Buchness, MD responded:
    Dear shehnaz2011,
    Any time you use a new moisturizer, you want to use it daily for at least a month, which is the length of time for your skin to turn-over from the bottom layer to the top. If you don't see a difference, or don't like the product, move on to the next one. I like Aveeno Positively Radiant and Eucerin Redness Relief as well. For the large pores, try a clay mask.
    Hope this helps.
    stretchyfernia responded:
    I agree with Dr. Buchness and I also think that the best moisturizer is the one that really makes your skin glow. Some moisturizers are sticky and greasy but leaves the skin dry after a while.

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