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Under Eye Wrinkles - Any Suggestions?
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etreystman
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Tue Jun 08, 2010 10:35 pm      Reply with quote
I've recently noticed that I have what looks almost like deep wrinkles UNDER my eyes. I don't have crows feet or even dark circles, just those wrinkles under the eye. It looks awful when I put on any kind of make up.

I have tried "hydrating" eye creams, but nothing has really helped. I am wondering if it is a different problem? Does anyone have any suggestions on what to do or exactly what this is?
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Wed Jun 09, 2010 8:51 am      Reply with quote
Hi, I've been using elastica bounceback cream for the last couple of months for the eye area and am having really good results with fine lines and crepey skin.

I also use Obagi but am almost certain the elastica cream is giving me extra improvements to the eye area. When I smile there is less skin bunching and when I pull the skin it snaps back much quicker!

It's a product with elastin peptides so it improves skin elasticity. Many products on the market mostly increase collagen production and neglect the elastin component of the skin.

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Wed Jun 09, 2010 10:18 am      Reply with quote
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Thu Jun 10, 2010 8:24 pm      Reply with quote
revive eye renewal creme
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Thu Jun 10, 2010 11:25 pm      Reply with quote
I developed milia using Napoleon Perdis so I would definitely advise against that product.

My AALS seems to be counteracting my under eye lines. And it is a natural solution no chemicals!

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Fri Jun 11, 2010 12:34 am      Reply with quote
callalily wrote:
My AALS seems to be counteracting my under eye lines. And it is a natural solution no chemicals!


That's great news as I recently got an AALS. How close to your eyes do you hold it? I've got some undereye wrinkles and crows feet I'd like to zap but am slightly concerned about shining the light into my eyes, I assume you're not supposed to hold them right over your eyelids.
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Fri Jun 11, 2010 8:07 am      Reply with quote
lucyluc wrote:
revive eye renewal creme


I second lucyluc's recommendation.

It didn't perform an absolute miracle for me and took several months to work (one jar does last for ages and ages, luckily), but this is the ONLY eye product which has helped to diminish my undereye lines and I've tried LOTS.
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Fri Jun 11, 2010 8:15 am      Reply with quote
I use almond oil under my eyes, one drop does it. or apricot oil. They are wonderful. I am 58 and have very few wrinkles.
Once I saw how much companies want for eye cream I did some research and started using these oils. :D
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Fri Jun 11, 2010 8:25 am      Reply with quote
Wow, thanks everybody. I am looking into the suggestions. Looks like Revive is really popular. I would like to try it, but I am a little hesitant on their (cheapest one I saw started at $110). How long does a bottle of this usually last you?
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Sun Jun 13, 2010 4:24 am      Reply with quote
Where can I order the revive eye renewal cream. I've been out of eye cream and I find myself confused on what to buy...but this has peeked my interest.. Razz

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Sun Jun 13, 2010 7:37 am      Reply with quote
Try ebay.....for the Revive eye cream

I also liked Karin Herzog's eye cream. It was lovely. Still my favorite all-time but I have not tried the Revive product.

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Sun Jun 13, 2010 5:11 pm      Reply with quote
A good sunscreen daily, also Elastica cream, Vit. C serum. I really love YBF Correct eye cream, pricey, but worth it to me!! Very Happy
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Fri Jun 18, 2010 6:57 am      Reply with quote
I'm loving Jan Marini age intervention right now. They've changed the formula, I remember using it a while ago & wasn't impressed. It moisturizes a lot more now and helps with eyelids too...beats skinmedica & niadyne for moisture and lines. That said, one of these days I'll try the revive.
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I also recommend facial exercise for the eye area

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Sat Jun 19, 2010 6:34 am      Reply with quote
Lindas1951 wrote:
I use almond oil under my eyes, one drop does it. or apricot oil. They are wonderful. I am 58 and have very few wrinkles.
Once I saw how much companies want for eye cream I did some research and started using these oils. Very Happy


oil?? i fear it may cause tiny oil spots to come up... esp in the eye area which is so sensitive... i have fine lines, not wrinkles... would this work? it sounds a bit risky for me... as i have sensitive skin
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Sat Jun 19, 2010 10:17 am      Reply with quote
Seconding (or thirding) Revive; I've heard it doesn't work for everyone but I like that pricey little cream!

This is probably pretty basic, but have you made sure the "hydrating creams" you've tried actually have hyaluronic acid in them? I can put a smudge of CeraVe's nightime moisturizer on the skin beneath my eyes (in the morning) and notice an improvement that lasts all day.

Also, again really basic, but until I went through a wicked kidney stone and surgery, I didn't realize just how poorly I was doing at staying very well hydrated. Seriously. Once I started drinking water, juice, weak tea, etc all day and night, and every day and night, within a couple days I saw at least a 30% improvement in the crepey skin and creases/fine lines under my eyes. That was 1) humbling, 2) a very good lesson, and 3) free!!

Regarding Elastica, anyone know what exactly are their "Hydrophilic Elastin Peptides (HEP)" that they've trademarked? Trying to find the actual chemical names of them; probably other products have similar peptides...
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Sat Jun 19, 2010 9:16 pm      Reply with quote
I am 42 and got those under low lid fine lines. I did everything! Botox, AASL, facial exercise am using Retin-a for 7 years, nothing helped me.
Finally i went to a plastic surgeon and he suggested low lid surgery. So i did that last week. Iam still recovering, i did Blue Peel also.
I must say i look 10 years younger.
The plastic surgeon told me to be very careful with facial exercise.
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Wed Jun 23, 2010 9:32 am      Reply with quote
caboodle wrote:


Regarding Elastica, anyone know what exactly are their "Hydrophilic Elastin Peptides (HEP)" that they've trademarked? Trying to find the actual chemical names of them; probably other products have similar peptides...


According to the website 'HEP is made up of 44 small discrete peptides produced by thermolysin (an enzyme) digestion of highly purified elastin'......'WPQ, also know as V2PQ has hormonal activity towards skin cells (keratinocytes and fibroblasts) causing them to enhance their production of the messenger RNA necessary for deposition of new elastic fibers in the skin.'

Here is a patent for Elastin Peptides (although I'm not sure if this refers specifically to the Elastica formulation): http://www.patentstorm.us/patents/6506731/description.html
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WearyAtlas wrote:
I am 42 and got those under low lid fine lines. I did everything! Botox, AASL, facial exercise am using Retin-a for 7 years, nothing helped me.
Finally i went to a plastic surgeon and he suggested low lid surgery. So i did that last week. Iam still recovering, i did Blue Peel also.
I must say i look 10 years younger.
The plastic surgeon told me to be very careful with facial exercise.
Hi!
Why did the surgeon told you to be careful with facial exercise?He thinks it can do more harm to the skin actually?I have just started,and i would like to know if there is something wrong in this..But i read opposite opinions on this from experts,so who knows..

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Wed Jun 23, 2010 11:13 am      Reply with quote
sister sweets wrote:
I also recommend facial exercise for the eye area
What program are you using?Does it really help?
I am doing Eva Fraser for my first week.It seems to lift my eyebrows for certain,but the undereye exercise looks scaring.I guess its important to do it right,and not cause any harm?
I will buy one more facial exercice program and compare them.Which one is the best for eye exercise do you think?

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Thu Jun 24, 2010 2:00 am      Reply with quote
I really like Neostrata wrikle repair.
not sure what it is called in the US, as I'm in Canada.
but i find that cream absorbs very well,I'm on my 3rd bottle of it and it is great for dry skin.

I know it has matryxil? and peptides and other things.

For daytime I prefer eye gels though, and use random eye gels (have like 6 of them Laughing
I don't think any of those eye gels are better than each other,they are all kinda similar...

dior capture eye seems good,and sometimes the counters give out samples.


I also know lancome is generous with samples if you ask and their eye cream samples are 5ml!

I think to prevent more wrinkles get a good pair of sunglasses that has polarized lenses, something with good quality lenses like Oakley,Smith or Rudy project...non of those cheap dollar store glasses that can damage your eyes.


I'll have to add I had some minor eye damage with a pair of $30 sunglasses from a dept store.
I forget the brand,but it was abrand name one.

Spent 4 hours in a snowy area on a sunny day and had vision problem the next day and a "sunburn" to my eyes or like temporary damage to my retina more likely.
that has sworn me off lower priced sunglasses.
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Mon Jun 28, 2010 12:02 pm      Reply with quote
I use JUARA's Sweet Black Tea Eye Cream and it feels great, it gives elasticity to my skin and hydrates it as well.
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smash a piece of papaya and apply it under ur eyes.. it really helps

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I haven't encountered an eye-specific cream that really has helped me, though from here am practically leaping to buy some of the Revive Renewal!

I have used Merle Norman Fine Line Moisturizer, which along with occasional Facersize under-eye exercises, does seem to help lessen lines. Though now I'm dying to try some other things on this page, the Revive Renewal, even if it gives me price-ouch!, and almond or apricot oil. I love the natural if it helps!

Speaking of which, Sofia Loren and her olive oil regimen has always intrigued me; has anyone here used that for wrinkle or skin issues? I am curious to hear here, vs reading it in Vogue 30 years ago. Wink

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