03-23-2012, 07:47 AM #1
Looking for an eye cream!!!
I'm looking for an eye cream that can fix my eye problems like fine line, dark circles and puffiness. i don't care how much money it costs, but should be very effective. i'm 46 this year and have dry skin...someone have good recommendations to me?
03-23-2012, 08:33 AM #2
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Just look at your Mom or Granma to check if they have dark circles under their eyes, too. If yes, your under-eye puffiness is, most probably, a hereditary condition that runs in the family. If not, you may have a unhealthy diet, or sleep too short.....
And the eye cream my mom use is *** Code All-star *** Oxygen Eye Cream, she is 49 years old, and still looks young! so that's why i recommend to you since you don't care how much you'll spend. *** CODE is a luxury brand in New York, only served for club members like celebs and rich women. it's a customized skin care product, as it may get banned by putting links in my reply, you can find the official site online and have a look.
03-28-2012, 07:41 AM #3
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Try this: *** CODE *** All-star Oxygen Eye Cream
03-28-2012, 12:54 PM #4
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there are eye creams out there with coffee in them that is supposed to help puffiness and dark circles. i haven't used any myself but after some research real people say they are great. you don't have to spend a lot of money. just look around at different skin care websites and find which one meets your needs. there is garden of wisdom, makeupartists choice, neostrata, sephora, etc. it takes time but check the ingredients and try one. that is the trick. to find one that suits you and helps your skin around your eyes.
03-31-2012, 03:12 AM #5
Thank you for your advice, Brenda, I'll check the ingredients before buy...
04-13-2012, 09:06 PM #6
04-29-2012, 04:18 PM #7
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There are so many products and everyone is different. There are so many factors involved. Understanding the ingredients used, as well as what each of those ingredients is supposed to do can help to lead you to the right product(s). One thing I have found is, do not be afraid to change - if a product is not quite measuring up - be prepared to change. That being said - give a product long enough to have a chance, because these things are not instantaneous. I put together my thoughts about how to do this selection- there are plently of other good articles out there if you search.
05-02-2012, 04:23 PM #8
I eventually found something called propolis creme for face and body-fantastic for dry skin and also aloe liquid soap which
you can wash face and body or hands with.
For eyes I us forever alluring eyes (cream) and colour concealer wheel ( 5 in one concealer)
These are really good products and kind to the skin. The main ingredient is Aloe Vera which is good for us.
You can buy them all reasonably priced at [ link removed ]
Hope this helps!
05-03-2012, 12:10 PM #9
welcome shelly, propolis is made from bee by products so just giving a warning if you are allergic to bees it might cause a severe reaction. good product for people who aren't allergic.
05-03-2012, 02:10 PM #10
I agree it's hard to find which eye cream to use, as there are so many out there, and i have tried so many, and am usually impatient for the results, so move onto another, then i don't know which is working and which isn't. I was using Elizabeth Arden, then Ren, and now Jurlique Purely Age Defying eye cream. I also use Obagi Vitamin c serum 20% in the morning that my dermatologist recommended, even for under the eyes. I love this and i love the Jurlique so far too, and as far as skin types, Jurlique has products for all skin types which are all organic. I think they are giving out free products on their FB JurliqueUSA page. I have dry skin and aside from these i can actually get away with putting pure coconut oil straight on my face which is meant to be really good for your skin. You can find all the benefits on google. Then drink lots of water, which i seem to forget to often! and yes sleep!!
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