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    Smile Treating SUPER Sensitive Eyes?

    My eyes are the bane of my existence... I'm 27, but I have horrible black rings, and some little 'pouches' (and wrinkles) starting to form under them... and they feel super dry all the time. Some wrinkles and quite a few fine lines starting to come in well.

    I am currently using just Vitamin E cream on them, which combats the dryness. I also try to drink as much water as I can and use cold compresses with either a gel mask or cucumber. These seem to help temporarily, but don't last long...

    I've tried SO many creams, and after 2-4 days my entire under eye area turns to dry horrible scales. I've spend a fair chunk of change on products that are supposed to be super moisturizing creams, and they still turn me to scales... even products for sensitive skin.

    Just wondering if anyone else has experienced anything like this or has a product to recommend? Maybe I'm just not meant to treat my eye area, and I guess I can live with that... hahah, but just thought I'd ask!

    Thanks in advance!!

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    are you drinking enough fluids during the day and are you getting at least 7 hours of sleep? almost every cosmetic company makes eye creams. try to find one that is for sensitive skin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheena View Post
    My eyes are the bane of my existence... I'm 27, but I have horrible black rings, and some little 'pouches' (and wrinkles) starting to form under them... and they feel super dry all the time. Some wrinkles and quite a few fine lines starting to come in well.

    I am currently using just Vitamin E cream on them, which combats the dryness. I also try to drink as much water as I can and use cold compresses with either a gel mask or cucumber. These seem to help temporarily, but don't last long...

    I've tried SO many creams, and after 2-4 days my entire under eye area turns to dry horrible scales. I've spend a fair chunk of change on products that are supposed to be super moisturizing creams, and they still turn me to scales... even products for sensitive skin.

    Just wondering if anyone else has experienced anything like this or has a product to recommend? Maybe I'm just not meant to treat my eye area, and I guess I can live with that... hahah, but just thought I'd ask!

    Thanks in advance!!
    HELLO SHEENA You might want to try checking out eyecreamreviews.com for products that suits you best..I would highly recommend BASQNYC Cucumber Tea Eye Gel because the "tannin" in tea is a natural exfoliant which is gentle on skin and makes skin firmer.

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    I have always found that my eyes were puffy and baggy when i wasnt sleeping enough and not taking in enough fluids. the link above might be worth a try though!


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