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Wow! sudden creases under my eyes
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wthwthwth
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Sat Dec 08, 2012 10:53 am      Reply with quote
Hello, I am a 21 year old that had good skin until recently about 2 and a half weeks ago I noticed that I woke up with visible fine lines that curve from the corner of my eye to the cheek bone. And I got these despite using eye cream every morning. I am very suprised that they came in so suddenly, but I have been getting an average of 6 hours of sleep the last few weeks so maybe I deserve it. They arent so noticable but they freak me out.

Is there any chance that I can remove these or should I just accept the fact that I am aging a bit faster and move on??
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Tue Dec 11, 2012 11:35 am      Reply with quote
Hi wthwthwth,

Don't worry, of course, it can be fixed.

First of all, how long are you using this eye cream? May be you did some other experiments recently. Or simple were over exposed to the sun or cold.

I experiment a lot and it happens to me at least few times a year Smile I usually use Emu Oil (from Skin Biology) when it happens.
It heals everything sunburns, cold-burns, over- exfoliation, etc.

I tried other oils and Egyptian Magic, but my skin likes Emu Oil the best.

Good luck!

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Wed Dec 12, 2012 2:14 pm      Reply with quote
Used eye cream long before these lines appeared. Would it be a good idea to use retin-a under my eyes? Its just amazing to me how suddenly they appeared. They dissapear if my skin is wet.
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Thu Dec 13, 2012 5:34 am      Reply with quote
With the eyes, it takes time so you are often advised to start out with weakest strength retinoid before opting for Retin A. Are you sleeping ok?
wthwthwth wrote:
Used eye cream long before these lines appeared. Would it be a good idea to use retin-a under my eyes? Its just amazing to me how suddenly they appeared. They dissapear if my skin is wet.
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Thu Dec 13, 2012 6:19 am      Reply with quote
I really don't think you need to start using interventional skin products at your age.the lines are to do with lack of sleep, lack of hydration, and a tired liver and over taxed adrenals.
How about a week of early nights and lots of fresh juices and fresh air and get to relax, not just flop out of exhaustion.
Putting stuff on the outside of the face is only one approach to caring for the face.
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Thu Dec 13, 2012 12:44 pm      Reply with quote
I agree with catski. At your age, (I think) it is not "normal" to have creases on your eyes. Maybe you are stress in school, did not get enough sleep, or you maybe sleeping the wrong way... Drink lots of fluids (preferably water) is good for the body, as it washes out the toxins as it goes through the body.... Breathe and enjoy the "clean" air around you.... I would not suggest Retin-A or Retinoid at this time..... But I would suggest a light moisturizer on the face (and neck) would be good, depending on your skin types... Any drugstore brand moisturizer that is affordable would be ok.....
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Thu Dec 13, 2012 3:49 pm      Reply with quote
Personally, I disagree with Jade-1234. I started using a good eye cream when I was your age and at 57, I don't have many fine lines around my eyes. I do think you need a good moisturizing eye cream and, with any product, some work for some folks and not for others. Try getting samples at Sephora to see what works for you. Many people like Shiseido's Benefiance Wrinkle Resist because it is highly emollient. Nordstroms also gives out samples that should last a couple of weeks so you can see what products you like. But in my view, if you start using a good eye cream now, you will reap the benefits when you are older.
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Thu Dec 13, 2012 4:45 pm      Reply with quote
Well, before you buy or try some creams out there, you should check first what is causing the creases on the eyes... Did I not say to use a light moisturizer? No creams that you are suggesting will diminish those creases of the eyes if you don't address what is causing the problem and know what is going on inside your body.... and don't forget sunscreen!

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Personally, I disagree with Jade-1234. I started using a good eye cream when I was your age and at 57, I don't have many fine lines around my eyes. I do think you need a good moisturizing eye cream and, with any product, some work for some folks and not for others.
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