In my mind perfect skin just sort of happens, no work is needed. I also believe in fairies and unicorns (please don’t try to tell me otherwise). But in the real world, perfect skin requires good products and daily work. It’s something that you start doing before the wrinkles and the puffy bags form and take a cozy spot on your face. Meaning, a good skin care regimen should be in place before you turn 40. But if your mother wasn’t like mine and didn’t drill the importance of taking care of your skin, I’ve got good news for you. There are a few products on the market that can help you along the way and improve your skin regimen even if you are late to the party.