From what I remember, the first thing you put on your skin is the one that will work better, the other stuff will just sit on top and do nothing. You can mix two creams together to better absorb them (like moisturiser and sunscreen) but skin creams work better on their own. Skin creams have their own consistencies so applying an oily one on top of a water rich one won't allow your skin to breathe as much.
You don't need wrinkle cream at all if you've use sunscreen on a daily basis (30+ uva/uvb protection) and from a young age and applied adequate amounts 'cos a lot of people don't use enough of it usually only on their face.
But you only need three skin products, exfoliator, moisturiser and sunscreen.
Add witch hazel astringent if you've got acne problems.
Wrinkle creams are meant for older skin, they don't work on young skin that have none.
And I don't know why you'd use wrinkle cream, like Naomi Campbell says, black doesn't crack.