Experts reveal what these stars are doing right and wrong when it comes to their facial skin care regimen
May 20, 2009
Kristen Oldham Giordani | 30 COMMENTS
Best: Ryan Reynolds Even at 32, Reynolds has less sun damage and fine lines than most A-listers. Though Bank thinks he may have help from Botox and fillers, he seems to have taken good care of his skin with regular maintenance and sun protection. If you want to get a poreless-looking complexion like Reynolds', Waldorf recommends using a topical retinoid (like the prescription Renova) or an over-the-counter product containing retinol like SkinCeuticals Retinol 1.0, $48. Microdermabrasion used in conjunction with these creams will keep flaky, dry skin away. If you want a more aggressive (but still non-invasive) solution, Waldorf suggests Fraxel for discoloration and pore size (average cost, $750-$1500) and Thermage for sagging, wrinkles and pore size (average cost, $1,000-5,000).