I agree with Maria. Cleansers aren’t meant to be anti-aging, they’re meant to cleanse the skin and you’re just going to wash the product down the drain anyways. If a cleanser says anti-aging then it is just marketing. A very gentle cleanser is going to be best if you’re building an anti-aging skin routine.
So true! An "anti-aging" to the product label also usually means a price premium - for largely the same formula 🤨
Cleansers along can't really help much for anti-aging - their ingredients don't get a chance to absorb into the skin to work. So it is best to select a very gentle cleanser with simple ingredients - so that it does not strip and irritate your skin. You can then rely on anti-aging serums and a sunscreen for real anti-aging action.
Thank you for your response. I've been researching this for some time and got very lucky today finding a beautiful cleanser by Elemis that actually does what it claims.