Totally agree!Just to add, I wouldn't recommend an spf in your moisturiser. They're often not retested after the spf is added, a moisturiser is meant to absorb into the skin and an spf is meant to sit on the top, and finally, you're meant to reapply an spf, so you would use a lot of moisturiser. Also, you're much better off using a very good quality spf of 15 than an spf of 50 that you're more likely to react to. SPF of 15 is the highest it can go without introducing harsh chemicals and free radicals onto the skin - whilst protecting it from a free radical (the sun). Hope that helps!
Thanks Dandy,Apart from being attentive to your skincare, here are a few thoughts:
Not being flippant but having a fringe helps!
Maybe look also at hair products you use, as they can be oversprayed onto the forehead, sometimes making it drier.
It may also be that you've got a habit of raising your eyebrows,:| ,maybe to look over the top of reading glasses? x