The ever-growing armamentarium of products promising to smooth, tighten and invigorate the skin has the potential to overwhelm even the savviest beauty consumer. Not that that’s stopping anyone from stocking up, of course: Last year Americans shelled out $8.3 billion for facial skin care products, according to Kline & Co. That kind of investment calls for some serious due diligence, particularly this fall, when dozens of new arrivals are hitting stores. We sorted through them all, separating the aluminum zirconium from the alkekengis extract, and canvassed top dermatologists for their take, too. Here, a decade-by-decade guide to the best skin care at any age.
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