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Tue May 16, 2006 9:37 pm      Reply with quote
I'm looking for a good eye cream for people in the early 20's. I just need something to prevent wrinkles. I am noticing little, fine lines under my eyes and I dont want any more. Any suggestions?
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Tue May 16, 2006 9:56 pm      Reply with quote
I have been wondering this myself. I've just started seeing little lines under my eyes (squint creases!), and I don't think I need a heavy duty product but would still like to prevent them from deepening. I've been using DHC concentrated eye cream which is mainly for moisture. It's a good product, not too much. But I am interested in suggestions other girls might have as to a "mild" anti-aging ingredient? I was thinking of using straight jojoba oil...
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Wed May 17, 2006 1:27 am      Reply with quote
BCgirl wrote:
I'm looking for a good eye cream for people in the early 20's. I just need something to prevent wrinkles. I am noticing little, fine lines under my eyes and I dont want any more. Any suggestions?


It could be that your undereye area just needs some proper moisture...

I've used and am useing

Juice Beauty's Eye Smoothing Concentrate

The predecessor to this one from Decleor - I think they've just added som sort of anti-pollution to it.
http://www.essentialdayspa.com/decleor-hydra-floral-flow-p_4867.htm

and lately begun useing PSF Phyto-Lift Cranberry Eye Gel (thankyou Mary H wave )

I would say that Decleor and Juice Beauty are more moisturizing than anti-wrinkle, and PSF is more smoothing and hydrates. Juice Beauty is a bit thicker/heavier than the other two. JB is a cream, Decleor a cream gel (a nice and light cream), and PSF a gel. And I think that the JB might turn out to be a bit too heavy for summer. The PSF I've got as a sample, and I will be purchasing it when it runs out. I don't think I'll be repurchasing the JB, and I don't know if I'll get another Decleor - depends on if I see something else I want instead Very Happy

Dehydration lines are definitley taken care of with any of the above cerams/gels

HTH

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Sun Jun 11, 2006 7:38 pm      Reply with quote
I have been using eyecream since i was 19, i am in my mid twenties now and no wrinkles as of yet. i have been using shiseido the skincare eye revitalizer for years and have recently expanded to DHC's coenzyme q10 eye cream which seems pretty good so far, but i have only been using it for about a month. if you're worried about wrinkles, i recommend using a separate eye cream with spf for the day time--i use lancome's ultra protection eye creme with pure vitamin e which has an spf 40.

oh, and also, fancl's eye serum is really good too, but the quick expiration date (because of no preservatives in their products) makes me nervous!
violetanne--i have used DHC's concentrated eye cream in the past--it's really kinda greasy and just sits there, you should try the q10 eyecream--much much better.
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Sun Jun 11, 2006 7:44 pm      Reply with quote
I really love Babor Sensational Eyes. I purchased after I saw Masby post about it.
It's really moisturizing without being too heavy, and whilst it's a cream consistancy, it's almost watery too, if that makes sense!
Though it has no SPF so would probably be better for evening use.
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