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Tue Oct 14, 2014 6:48 pm      Reply with quote
Hello,

Friday I'll be going to get my botox for my Frawnies. I want to talk to me dermatologists about the possible options for my sagging upper eyelids. I would like to find a gentler approche than surgery.

Have any of you had any procedure done beside surgery for their upper eyelids that have improve the sagging eyelids ?

Thank you,

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Wed Oct 15, 2014 3:38 pm      Reply with quote
Topical products that may be effective are Perricone's Acyl-Glutathion eye serum, Retinol (Hot N Flashy did a Youtube video where she showed before an afters using .25% retinol on her eyes and how much more wide open her eyes looked), and Bremenn's Upper Eye Lid Lifter. A lot of people on QVC's Beauty Banter swear by Isomers Fast Lift Eye serum but I don't think it did much for me. Besides the three topical remedies above, I'm also trying NCN's Matrixyl serum around my eyes to see if it helps with lifting the lid and dealing with crosshatching/creypiness on the lower lid. Just started using it last week so too early to tell.
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Thu Oct 16, 2014 11:44 am      Reply with quote
Thank you for your input and I will into your suggested products.

However, I was more looking into what they call upper eyelid lift without surgerie. I've read it can be done with Botox and Fillers.

I will reposte with a better post title. Wink

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