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HamCheeseSandwich
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Sun Jan 29, 2012 2:53 am      Reply with quote
I REALLY want to avoid my upper eye lid area is going to sag more!
I'm only in my early twenties and i can't afford plastic surgery or spending like 200 euros for botox every 4 months.
So i am desperate;( really need to find that special eye lift cream with WOW effect.
Can you recommend me one?
I hope so!! =)
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Sun Jan 29, 2012 10:33 am      Reply with quote
I'd try FlexEffect facial exercise.
FE got an exercise in v3, No 6; Upper Lid Lift which sounds like what you are looking for:

Extract:

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Area: upper eyelids

Purpose: widens the eyes

Muscle Used: Levator Palpebrae Superioris. Its origin lies behind the eye and terminates into the skin of the upper lid.

Function: Raises the upper lid to an open position.

You'd probably find better results than with a cream/other cosmetic product. Not saying you can't add one in as well - but I doubt you'd get the results you are looking for with a cosmetic product alone.
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Sun Jan 29, 2012 1:41 pm      Reply with quote
Jurlique Age Delay products are all quite amazing at firming the skin. They have an eye cream. If you email them i am sure they would send you samples. Smile
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Tue Jan 31, 2012 4:31 am      Reply with quote
CindiLou wrote:
Jurlique Age Delay products are all quite amazing at firming the skin. They have an eye cream. If you email them i am sure they would send you samples. Smile



i used jurlique products for 2 years ,,,no recommended on any of them....good price ,,and no good result~!
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Tue Jan 31, 2012 9:43 pm      Reply with quote
hamcheese - there are numerous FREE exercises for lifting eyes on the internet. I believe there is one on Carolyns Facial Fitness site as well as others. I completely recommend this as a noninvasive option and will do more lifting than a cream.

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I have been reading a lot of good reviews on the new Perricone Glutathione eye lid serum.
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Wed Feb 01, 2012 1:11 am      Reply with quote
Hi
I've been using Perricone acyl glutathione eyelid serum for about a week to try to improve my upper eyelids a little. It feels wonderful and there's a definite lifting effect - more space for eyeshadow and my eyes definitely look better already but it's still early days so will try to post again after a couple of weeks to update my results.
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I've been using Perricone acyl glutathione eyelid serum for about a week to try to improve my upper eyelids a little. It feels wonderful and there's a definite lifting effect - more space for eyeshadow and my eyes definitely look better already but it's still early days so will try to post again after a couple of weeks to update my results.



That sounds great! Do you know if this product contains Copper Peptides?
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hamcheese - there are numerous FREE exercises for lifting eyes on the internet. I believe there is one on Carolyns Facial Fitness site as well as others. I completely recommend this as a noninvasive option and will do more lifting than a cream.


Yes, i've heard more people saying this.
Think i'm gonna start with Eva Fraser!
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tefla wrote:
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I've been using Perricone acyl glutathione eyelid serum for about a week to try to improve my upper eyelids a little. It feels wonderful and there's a definite lifting effect - more space for eyeshadow and my eyes definitely look better already but it's still early days so will try to post again after a couple of weeks to update my results.


Do you feel it is just this serum that is giving your the lift, or are you also doing facial exercise as well?
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The reviews at sephora on the perricone eye cream are so rave, I was tempted to buy it. It's so expensive though! I'm anxious to hear your review update.
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Wed Feb 01, 2012 1:28 pm      Reply with quote
sandooch wrote:

[quote]"Do you feel it is just this serum that is giving your the lift, or are you also doing facial exercise as well?"[/quote]

I've never done facial exercises but am tempted to try but will update on my results with Acyl glutathione eyelid serum in a couple of weeks.

For the other poster who asked, Acyl-glutathione eyelid serum doesn't contain CPs.

Generally, I haven't been hugely impressed with other Perricone eye products but I do rate very highly some of the general face products like the Acyl-glutathione face. It gave my skin a great healthy glow and smoothed everything out including nose to mouth lines and 11s.

So far, the acyl-glutathione eyelid serum looks very promising, too.
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Fri Feb 03, 2012 7:46 pm      Reply with quote
Is anyone using the PFS Cranberry eye gel? I've heard that's very good. I'm looking for something to combat crepey eye lids.
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Fri Feb 03, 2012 9:33 pm      Reply with quote
Eva is an inspiration. Truly! A great place to start. Good luck to you. I do facial exercises everyday in one form or another. Also facial massage really gets the blood going and provides a tone to the face.
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sister sweets wrote:
hamcheese - there are numerous FREE exercises for lifting eyes on the internet. I believe there is one on Carolyns Facial Fitness site as well as others. I completely recommend this as a noninvasive option and will do more lifting than a cream.


Yes, i've heard more people saying this.
Think i'm gonna start with Eva Fraser!

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Mon Feb 06, 2012 10:20 pm      Reply with quote
There are free exercises at shapeyourface.com Very Happy
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Tue Feb 07, 2012 4:35 am      Reply with quote
I honestly have never come across any cream or serum that did what it claimed when it comes to eye lids and in my opinion there are no miracle creams out there that will do that or do it to the extent that you may want.
3 things that have been proven to work in my personal experience: facial exercises (Ageless if you Dare) especially the "Alternate 1, Lift Brow" exercise under the "Occasional Extras", these little eye strips my sis uses and they work great: http://www.eyemagic.net/ , and surgery. Those are the only 3 things (I can think of and believe in) that I've actually seen work.

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Sat Feb 11, 2012 9:27 am      Reply with quote
re-posting for Kamila67bb

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My Mom has very big problems with lid area and she used Devita Revitalizing Eye Lift Crème lift cream for 3 years. I recommend it. It's a good product for a good price.
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I honestly have never come across any cream or serum that did what it claimed when it comes to eye lids and in my opinion there are no miracle creams out there that will do that or do it to the extent that you may want.
3 things that have been proven to work in my personal experience: facial exercises (Ageless if you Dare) especially the "Alternate 1, Lift Brow" exercise under the "Occasional Extras", these little eye strips my sis uses and they work great: http://www.eyemagic.net/ , and surgery. Those are the only 3 things (I can think of and believe in) that I've actually seen work.


May I ask how often you do LouLou's Brow Lift? I do it 3 times a week and have been (including the both day 1 and 2 three times a week) for 6 weeks now. I haven't seen any changes yet. Crying or Very sad When did you start to see a difference in your appearance from Ageless exercises?

I should add that I am too nervous to do the eyelid pinching exercise, so I substitute that for the one where you hold up your eyebrows up with your finger tips while shutting your eyes tight (can't remember which program this is from, since they all do something similar to this). I do 20 of those, holding each rep for about 3-4 seconds. I figure that should be a good substitue for the eyelid pinching one.
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Sat Feb 11, 2012 6:20 pm      Reply with quote
That is a different movement, and works the muscle differently. Maybe you could try to do the Ageless exercise but instead of pinching the eyelid pull your eyelash. The point of the exercise is to open your eyes against resistance, not closing your eyes against resistance (that is a very good exercise too btw).
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Lotusesther wrote:
That is a different movement, and works the muscle differently. Maybe you could try to do the Ageless exercise but instead of pinching the eyelid pull your eyelash. The point of the exercise is to open your eyes against resistance, not closing your eyes against resistance (that is a very good exercise too btw).


Goodness! I can't see myself pulling my eyelashes for that exercise. With my luck, I'd pull out a good chunk of them, and I need all the eyelashes I can get. Laughing One other thing that bothered me with the eyelid pulling exercise (besides the fact that my lids stayed pulled out for a while after I stopped pinching them) was that my vision was blurry for at least a minute following it. That doesn't happen with any other eye exercise I do. Does this happen to anyone else?
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