I need a eye cream, I have lines under my eyes……what can you recommend? Also, is there something on the market that can get rid of wrinkles on the forehead? Thanks

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  1. suzi51 wrote on :

    Check out makeup artist’s choice for an excellent eyecream loaded with squalene and matriyl to name a few ingredients. They have great prices. For forehead wrinkle botox or frownies (little patches you apply to the skin before sleeping). They are non-invasive and inexpensive.

  2. TruthinAging wrote on :

    Hi Carolyn
    There are some really great eye creams that we’ve been testing over at Truth In Aging. Here are our Five Best picks: http://www.truthinaging.com/reviewed-recommended-eyes/five-best-eye-creams-of-2012

  3. Stacycakes wrote on :

    My favorite eye and face cream is Roc products. I too have lines under my eyes and on my forehead. I’ve had great luck with Roc products and have seen immediate results.

  4. Nancy Norris wrote on :

    Cream is only PART of the answer.First,slowly start exfoliating your face and upper chest daily.Use a Clairisonc or ultrasound brush to deep clean.Then an acid pad to
    even out.After a couple weeks of that you can begin doing a peel every week,upping the intensity as you go.What kind of skin do you have? The oilier the better for peeling.I’d be a bit gentle with a dryer complexion.Write if you need names of products.After you do this deep cleansing,I would follow with a fairly thick eye cream like Philosophy,or Murad.Let me know if you need more product names.Having worked for both a Derm and a Plastic Surgeon,I KNOW what works.
    Good luck.Keep at it and you will be rewarded with great skin.
    Oh,don’t forget the sunscreen…everyday!

  5. Cubie131 wrote on :

    Avon has two great products. Genics Eye Treatment can help you look up to 10 years younger, according to a study of consumers avon surveyed. Avon also has a product for lines-Proline Eraser Treatment. 100% of women who tried it showed improvement. Obviously nothing can erase aging, but these products can give you a softer look.

  6. Daphne Nassif wrote on :

    I believe strivectin is one of the best thing, especially for the forehead, and they also have a good under eye cream.

  7. linda caricofe wrote on :

    The best product line on the market today, in my opinion, and my experience, is StriVectin. It is worth the price.
    I was always devoted to Avon’s products till I found StriVectin.
    I had deep lines on my left eye area and on each side of the mouth.
    This product is a miracle.
    Yes, I still have the lines, but, they are very mild compared to what they were before.
    I do not want to get a face lift, my public image is important to me. My face is my trademark both on line and off for my business.
    StriVectin , unusual hard to remember name, but worth remembering.
    Best wishes, Linda

  8. Hawklady wrote on :

    Carolyn, I really wish there was an easy answer to your question. A prescription Retin-A or Botox can help with the forehead wrinkles. As far as the lines under your eyes that is hard too. One thing that I’ve found that is helpful in softening lines in a Glycolic Acid Cream. I get mine online from Skin911. I’m sure there are others as well. See a good Dermatologist for help.

  9. glamor girl 50 wrote on :

    Hi I love Neocutis eye cream ,however botox would most likely work best to treat lines around the eyes and forehead.

  10. casavon wrote on :

    Avon has recently come out with a product called Pro Line Eraser. This product can be used all over the face, and around the eyes and lips to help decrease those fine lines and deep wrinkles. This is used twice a day and results can be seen within a few days to a week. It’s been proven to be 100% effective during testing-the first product to make that claim. If you’re not one who wants injections, this could be the answer to your prayers! I’m 62 and it’s doing remarkable things to MY face!!

    Good luck!



  11. Still Blonde after all these YEARS wrote on :

    For wrinkles of Forehead–of course BOTOX is often used and it actually works. But if you want non-prescription, the only thing I have noticed that truly lessens my wrinkles is a very old product called Frownies. (it’s a craft paper …sort of silly..but I found it works)

    To prevent more lines under the eye, wear sunglasses, hat and sunscreen when in the sun to prevent further damage. As far as eliminating, I haven’t found any over the counter product that works for me.

  12. Jessica Krant, M.D. (Derm) wrote on :

    The truth is, deeply etched forehead lines and under eye wrinkles are both very difficult to truly get rid of with over the counter creams. The best bet for the forehead lines you get when raising your eyebrows is a very small amount of Botox or Dysport injected to weaken those muscles (not enough to take away your expression, just enough to soften the creasing). Short of that, the most proven anti-wrinkle ingredient that is available over the counter is retinol, a vitamin A derivative. Use a retinol night cream and a rich moisturizer with sunscreen each morning, and you’ll be doing the best you can short of prescription Retin-A(R) or Botox.

    For under the eyes, plain Vaseline petroleum jelly under your eyes at bedtime will probably give you almost as much benefit as any marketed under eye night cream. Depending on what is causing the wrinkles exactly, you may also benefit from laser or Botox but I understand you aren’t ready to consider those options. Good luck in your search!
    Dr. Krant

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