A good EYE CREAM please!!!

(17 Posts)
lailahappy Thu 22-Nov-12 22:16:48

Hi.Any suggestion about a good eye cream for my sister in law Please?? She is 30,but she s worried that she will get wrincles quiet early as she use her eye quiet lot when expressing her self,and u can see the fine lines.Any thaughts please???

kaumana Thu 22-Nov-12 22:23:06

Good pair of sun glasses, will do more than a cream will do.

lailahappy Thu 22-Nov-12 22:27:53

She does use sun glasses when ever is bright.

lailahappy Fri 23-Nov-12 23:09:04

Any other thaughts????????????

Birdies Sat 24-Nov-12 10:26:29

I use clinque All About Eyes. I'm 34 and I don't have any wrinkles round my eyes. Whether its cos if the cream or not I don't know but I daren't not buy it now! It's quite expensive though.

valiumredhead Sat 24-Nov-12 11:54:51

The Aldi one s the nicest I have used.

41notTrendy Sat 24-Nov-12 12:09:44

Origins plantscription one is vv good. Or Estée Lauder. Only got a sample of the origins one so don't know how much it is, but the EL one is £££.

Sickandsad Sat 24-Nov-12 12:56:00

I second the Clinique All About Eyes suggestion. I like the serum which comes in a tube with a metal roller ball applicator that feels lovely and soothing. grin

bettybleep Sat 24-Nov-12 15:31:27

I popped into Superdrug when I was away and forgot to pack my usual eye cream, and chose Naturalhigh anti-ageing eye cream... Cheap as chips, and I've used it ever since on my sensitive, and mature, eye-bags.

lailahappy Sat 24-Nov-12 22:18:55

Thanks a lot Ladiessmile But what do u actually apply? Do u combin serum then you follow it with anti-ageing cream or you just use one of them?As iam not sure if they have to be used together or just one of them.Many thanks.

lailahappy Sat 01-Dec-12 23:23:32

Any more ideas????

kaumana Sun 02-Dec-12 00:15:17

Had a conversation a few years ago with a friends husband who specialised in cosmetic surgery. A comment was made re the use of eye creams and the benefits of, the response was not to use, other tban spf. Can't remember more than that as wine was involved..

BlissfullyIgnorant Sun 02-Dec-12 00:28:34

Ahem...I have been using this Olay product for a while now on my eye area and my upper lip. I don't have particularly wrinkly eyes and I don't have a mouth like a dog's bottom when I pucker up. I'm 45 and not a bit like this, thankfully!

lailahappy Sun 02-Dec-12 21:44:06

Kaumana,that was the first time to hear something like what ur friend's Hus have said!!!!Not to use any cream???For sure he wants us to be his future custumers smile

mrsmoscow Mon 03-Dec-12 18:18:53

I really like Clinique all about eyes too.

I just ran out and was using a sample I had from Lancôme and couldn't believe how knackered I looked! So have bought some more Clinique!

kaumana Mon 03-Dec-12 22:18:52

ha, perhaps! though there was something. re cream on upper lids that makes me think...

pepperminty Mon 03-Dec-12 23:36:12

For me and three other friends who have now started using it (all mid/late 30s), we stopped getting new lines around our eyes when we started using this Murad eye cream. It's been a year now for me. It makes your skin more elastic or something. My eye area skin feels so much healthier now. Not papery like it was beginning to get. And I was so frustrated with the other eye creams I had tried before! A facialist who uses a lot of different more high end products suggested it to me originally.

Murad Essential C eye cream
https://www.murad.co.uk/essential-c-eye-cream-broad-spectrum-spf-15-pa?gclid=CIbAu4Gy_7MCFcrItAodCT8A0w

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