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#1 Bridget810

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    Posted 13 February 2009 - 05:57 PM

    Okay, what seems like in a span of just a few months, I've developed a serious case of eye wrinkles. They are there even when I'm not smiling! AND, I'm only 28, and never go in the sun. I think it's just bad genes (my younger brother seems to have a similar problem). Anyways, my wedding is 3 months away and I need to find anti-wrinkle eye cream that works (and no, I'm not expecting a miracle, just something that will make a difference). I've been using Garnier's ultra-lift anti-wrinkle eye firming cream for months now, but I swear it's only gotten worse. Does anybody use something that actually makes a difference--preferably something OTC and not hundreds of dollars?

    #2 kellynadam2010

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      Posted 14 February 2009 - 02:01 AM

      I really can't help you, but I am in a similar situation - I'm 28 also but have the forehead wrinkles. I also blame my mother who also gave me the premature gray hair... anyway, if anyone has any suggestions, i'd also be grateful :-)

      #3 Bridget810

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        Posted 20 February 2009 - 05:23 AM

        I did a whole bunch of internet research, and supposedly Olay Regenerist Serum is supposed to be the best "inexpensive" product... we'll see! Oh, and Kelly--I was so busy noticing my eye wrinkles I hadn't noticed any other wrinkles until I read your post--ends up I have a huge forehead wrinkle too! Yikes! Anyways, I would really love to hear some feedback on wrinkle cream--even if it's just what NOT to use--after all, anti-aging stuff is expensive, so I'd love to hear what to avoid too!

        #4 hsims1

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          Posted 20 February 2009 - 09:06 AM

          Hmm. Olay Regenerist, I'll have to give that a try. I saw it at Costco the other day. I don't have eye wrinkles but I have some wrinkles on my forehead too.......uggh.

          #5 rodent


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            Posted 20 February 2009 - 10:03 AM

            Olay stuff is great. I'm 27 & started to notice an increase in eye wrinkles. Luckily I've learned a lot of it was due to some very unflattering lighting they installed in my work bathroom. Those lights have been making me think I look 10 years older for the last year. but, its good that they made me start taking better care of my skin. I now moisturize everynight & put on eye cream. If you think about it, without eye cream your eyes never get any lotion. and i can see a huge difference in my skin if I've been moisturizing. it's thin skin so it needs moisture even more.

            for it to come on so fast, my guess is that it's the winter dryness. get some olay & put it on everynight & you will see a difference.

            #6 K'osh

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              Posted 20 February 2009 - 10:07 AM

              I have been using Garnier's as well and have not noticed any difference. Olay...here I come.

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              #7 poohshek

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                Posted 21 February 2009 - 03:27 PM

                Kiehls is probably a little more expensive but maybe worth a try. Go to one of their counters and ask for a sample.

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                #8 DWbride09

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                  Posted 06 March 2009 - 03:56 PM

                  I hate to be the bearer of bad news but nothing gets rid of wrinkles once you have them. believe me Ive tried them all.
                  BUT there is a cream called freeze 24.7 that fills in the gaps. Its like a primer but really really REALLY good! I swear by it!
                  One jar costs $150. But it is SO SO worth it.
                  For the canadian gals, they sell it at Shoppers and you can try it out first. Just rub some over your palm and the lines will instantly disappear!!

                  Here's the offical site: Freeze 24▪7® Age-Less Skincare? FAQs:: Official Website

                  #9 jenjoe08

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                    Posted 06 March 2009 - 04:55 PM

                    Relastin Eye Silk is REALLY REALLY good. Amazing good. Downside though, is that it is pricey. On the other end of the spectrum is the fabulously recessionista chic Boots No. 7 lifiting and firming eye cream. It is also very good. : )

                    #10 meli122

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                      Posted 06 March 2009 - 05:41 PM

                      Botox baby! I'm 30 and I have had 2 sessions. It's costly but I believe it is also preventative for more wrinkles.

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