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myztic
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Thu Sep 01, 2016 10:46 pm      Reply with quote
Hi everyone! Was hoping for some recommendations for an eye cream that can help me fill up or plump up under eye lines. I have dark circles, but ive just about given up on finding a magical cure for that.. now the lines are starting to annoy me more. is there anything I can do?
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Sun Mar 05, 2017 12:05 am      Reply with quote
More exfoliation, retinol products, vitamin c, manual exfoliation, chemical peels and lasers.

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Tue Mar 07, 2017 7:48 am      Reply with quote
I want to know too....I've tried laser and botox on my face. the doctor said none of them can be applied on under eyes area Sad

myztic wrote:
Hi everyone! Was hoping for some recommendations for an eye cream that can help me fill up or plump up under eye lines. I have dark circles, but ive just about given up on finding a magical cure for that.. now the lines are starting to annoy me more. is there anything I can do?
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One of my must haves that was told to me by my derm some 30 plus years ago was about wearing sunglasses so as not to squint. I have always been a car driver, and many mornings when taking kids to school I used to wear my sunglasses and when I arrived at the school to drop them off - I used to see so many parents squinting and making expressions because the brightness of the sun was there. Luckily I've never had eye issues aside from lack of sleep but that's it. I'm pretty sure the sunglasses have been my savior!
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Thu Mar 09, 2017 6:44 am      Reply with quote
thanks! very useful tips. will start doing that from tmr...

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One of my must haves that was told to me by my derm some 30 plus years ago was about wearing sunglasses so as not to squint. I have always been a car driver, and many mornings when taking kids to school I used to wear my sunglasses and when I arrived at the school to drop them off - I used to see so many parents squinting and making expressions because the brightness of the sun was there. Luckily I've never had eye issues aside from lack of sleep but that's it. I'm pretty sure the sunglasses have been my savior!
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If the lines are due to dryness, I'd recommend using a very hydrating serum & moisturizer. I actually use several and layer them. My favs are Elemis Pro Collagen eye serum, Kiehl's Creamy Avocado eye cream, Valmont Prime Contour Eye & Lip Cream, Cellcosmet Cellular Eye Contour Cream & Sisley Sisleya Eye & Lip cream pretty much in that order, plus a serum for dark circles & puffiness. Oddly enough, the serum I've found that works for me only runs about $35. Isomers R Pur for eyes. I'm almost 62 and have no wrinkles or lines around my eyes. I've always used good moisturizers, especially around my eyes but as I've gotten older, I upgraded to the really expensive stuff as I'd rather do that than have plastic surgery.
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I have been using the Tria for the eye area. Works quite well and it is also removing my pigmentation which is an added bonus.

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Sat Mar 11, 2017 11:57 pm      Reply with quote
It was also my problem before. I have used many kind of creams but it doesn't help.
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i did not know we can use Tria for the eye area....thanks for sharing. does it reduce the fine lines and dark circles?

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I have been using the Tria for the eye area. Works quite well and it is also removing my pigmentation which is an added bonus.
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I would definitely recommend using some type of Vitamin C Serum & Retinol treatment daily. I also used to suffer from dark circles, but I have been using the PSF 3-in-1 Eye Serum for several years & now my under eye area is smooth & bright! You may want to check it out? It gets rave reviews & really does work.
http://www.essentialdayspa.com/psf-pure-skin-formulation-p_11216.htm
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wow, that sounds very promising. I have two big dark circles under my eyes. will try it out!

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I would definitely recommend using some type of Vitamin C Serum & Retinol treatment daily. I also used to suffer from dark circles, but I have been using the PSF 3-in-1 Eye Serum for several years & now my under eye area is smooth & bright! You may want to check it out? It gets rave reviews & really does work.
http://www.essentialdayspa.com/psf-pure-skin-formulation-p_11216.htm
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ying0101 wrote:
i did not know we can use Tria for the eye area....thanks for sharing. does it reduce the fine lines and dark circles?

bugaboo wrote:
I have been using the Tria for the eye area. Works quite well and it is also removing my pigmentation which is an added bonus.


There is one just for the the eye area.

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Something that helped my crow's feet as well as the lines underneath my eyes is using pure/neat tetrahexyldecyl ascorbate under my eye serum.

I know it's kind of expensive but you'll only be using 1 or 2 drops a day. (I use one drop for my lips and 1 drop for both my eyes.)Plus it's 100% active ingredient in every drop, so you can easily justify it! Very Happy
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Debb3485 wrote:
If the lines are due to dryness, I'd recommend using a very hydrating serum & moisturizer. I actually use several and layer them. My favs are Elemis Pro Collagen eye serum, Kiehl's Creamy Avocado eye cream, Valmont Prime Contour Eye & Lip Cream, Cellcosmet Cellular Eye Contour Cream & Sisley Sisleya Eye & Lip cream pretty much in that order, plus a serum for dark circles & puffiness. Oddly enough, the serum I've found that works for me only runs about $35. Isomers R Pur for eyes. I'm almost 62 and have no wrinkles or lines around my eyes. I've always used good moisturizers, especially around my eyes but as I've gotten older, I upgraded to the really expensive stuff as I'd rather do that than have plastic surgery.


That's amazing Debbie3485! This is a great thread. I have dark circles and under eye fine lines. I'm 29 and I've tried using coconut oil but somehow I woke up to DRIER skin under the eyes with that!

I wanted to buy the Kiehl's Avocado eye cream - my only worry is that do all creamy emollient ingredients contribute to making the area puffy?
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Chlorophyll wrote:
Something that helped my crow's feet as well as the lines underneath my eyes is using pure/neat tetrahexyldecyl ascorbate under my eye serum.

I know it's kind of expensive but you'll only be using 1 or 2 drops a day. (I use one drop for my lips and 1 drop for both my eyes.)Plus it's 100% active ingredient in every drop, so you can easily justify it! Very Happy


Thank you, this is so helpful to know! I'm new to DIY skincare though, so I have bought a sheer moisturizer which has tetrahexyldecyl ascorbate as an ingredient in it (not started using yet). Hope this should be enough in the meantime!
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doodlebug wrote:
I would definitely recommend using some type of Vitamin C Serum & Retinol treatment daily. I also used to suffer from dark circles, but I have been using the PSF 3-in-1 Eye Serum for several years & now my under eye area is smooth & bright! You may want to check it out? It gets rave reviews & really does work.
http://www.essentialdayspa.com/psf-pure-skin-formulation-p_11216.htm


I second the PSF 3 in 1 serum. It is the one product that does make a difference. Overall I am quite happy with the PSF line. Just ordered the Berry antioxidant serum.

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Sun Mar 19, 2017 8:59 pm      Reply with quote
I have a tria eye laser that I would sell for $150 plus $10 shipping. I've never really used it because I have the tria rej laser for the face. I got it shortly after it was FDA approved for the eyes about a year ago and just don't use it. I paid $249 plus tax and shipping.
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Mon Jan 28, 2019 2:17 am      Reply with quote
Cellcosmet Eye cream. Actually, it's more of a lotion.

But you mustn't mind a fragrance in products and cannot be a vegan....
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I just changed over to

Jan Marini Age Intervention Eye Cream because I like the ingredients in it (and wanting a break from Cellcosmet)

So far so good.

It contains
Anti-Aging Peptides
Essential Fatty Acids
Hyaluronic Acid
All-Trans-Retinol
Green Tea Extract
CoEnzyme Q10
Shea Butter
Algae extract
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Sat Mar 16, 2019 5:46 pm      Reply with quote
In general, the higher the price, the better the effect. Oh, by the way, choose the eye cream that can remove the dark circles, so that the effect will be better. Usually too tired or stay up late, easy to have dark circles, so, to maintain adequate sleep and healthy body, sleep more, exercise more.
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