Of course not.
Creams are completely harmless if they do not have a clear therapeutic agent, for these, as well as for conventional drugs, they are not prescribed - do not smear. The basis of this dosage form (yes, oddly enough, but this dosage form, like toothpaste. Toothpaste also does not belong to liquid lp) is approximately the same everywhere, the filler, if they are cosmetic +, is also the same. The same baby cream simply does not contain unnecessary fragrances, fragrances, so as not to cause allergies in sensitive baby skin, a certain pH, so as not to cause irritation. Anti-aging cream with all sorts of coenzymes, collagens and other young skin will be just like an elephant grain. You already have this collagen above the roof, because your skin is elastic, without a cloud of wrinkles, etc.
It seems like it's enough just to moisturize the skin of young people instead of such creams. And adults use creams when such simple care no longer helps. Therefore, nothing will happen from the creams, but if you overdo it, the creams will stop helping with age.