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Sun Aug 21, 2005 2:18 am      Reply with quote
hey this morning when i got up & saw in the eyelid were all covered with crumbled wrinkles...dont know the exact reason actually...might be over use of some produt that cause irritation...i was having dark circles arround my eyes along with eye i was applying some serums to get rid of them...i was also using some capsules which contain melanin+ vitc for my skin which i was also appling to my eye lids is this the cause...?plz plz plz help me get rid of them....some quick relief as 4 days i got to meet someone there r no products available in pakistan....some thing which is available...some simple tips..or some home treatment... Crying or Very sad

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Sun Aug 21, 2005 4:40 am      Reply with quote
Vitamin C products (depending on the base the vit C is in) can be drying to the skin. In either case, you shouldn't really apply them to your eyelid. I would suggest you wash your face with a non-drying cleanser and then gently pat something moisturising to your eyelid. It could even be some light oil, like avocado or rosehip for example. Another thing that might help is aloe vera maybe?

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