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What is the best eye cream you have used for wrinkles?


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#1 Moneypenny2014

Posted 21 January 2013 - 10:05 PM

I'm 38 and until recently have pretty minimal wrinkles but they are starting to appear around my eyes.
Am currently using KORA Organics eye cream which I love but I'm also a huge fan of Sothys skincare and wonder whether their eye cream might work better given they have been around longer and have extensive testing and research?
Also, my beautician is in her 50's and she looks soooo young - she swears by Sothys skincare. She could have good genes though but honestly her skin is amazing!


#2 vanessa71

Posted 22 January 2013 - 10:07 AM

I have never used it, but if you're not completely happy with what you are using and your beautician swears by it, go with her recommendation.

My mum is in her late 50s and she looks really young for her age, her skincare routine is minimal (probably never used an eye cream), I think genes and that fact she worked nighshift (so didn't see a lot of sun) for 20 years had more of an impact.

#3 Propaganda

Posted 22 January 2013 - 01:45 PM

All beauty reps I've met look much younger than they are. I don't think it really matters which product it is, just so long as you're using it regularly and in conjunction with other good skincare practices and products.

A friend is in love with Thalgo's Silicium Eye Cream. I adore Thalgo but haven't had a need for an anti-aging eye cream just yet, but given how beautiful their other products are, I can believe her claims. She does tend to look a little more wrinkle-free around the eyes too.




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