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Under eyes loose and wrinkly help

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clairerichardson77
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Thu Jan 25, 2018 9:09 am      Reply with quote
Hi im really struggling due to grief and stress i look really old. Im 41 abd my eyes look tired. My under eye skin is paper thin and wrinkkes terrible when i smile.
Is there anyone out there that has actually made this problem better for themselves? I really dont want fillers. I was thinking of a galvanic pen? What about facial exercises? Does anyone have before and after photos?
Im beginning to be depressed. Ive started Retin A.
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Thu Jan 25, 2018 9:59 pm      Reply with quote
I have improved this area by pinching and rolling the skin between my fingers back-and-forth across the eye area both upper and lower eyelids. You have to do this for a long time - I do it once or twice a week. Definitely has improved the area better than any eye cream could alone. I do use AQ Eye serum with stem cells and this makes my eyelashes grow longer and is a good supplement to the eye skin massage.

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Almost 39! with sensitive/responsive skin, using facial exercises. Derminator or prof micropen on occasion. AQ eye serum (great for lash growth too). Otherwise natural skin care products.
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Wed Feb 07, 2018 2:14 am      Reply with quote
Hi,

Just to offer my experience, I had terrible dark circles from fat loss and the skin around my eyes became super dry and crepey, and very dark with shadows.

Mine are fixed now after a facial fat transfer (done by an expert in fat transfers) to that under-eye area, and they look very natural and the shadows and darkness is soooo much better, so is the dryness and the quality of the skin. I didn't want fillers either, I wanted to fix the problem.

Less invasive options would be: retin-A, vitamin C, hydroquinone, kojic acid, arbutin, etc. Or maybe a chemical peel would help. Obagi products are great, specially the ZO skin company. Hope this helps.
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