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Can anyone recommended a good skin for dry flakey eyes?

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SinisterBuggyMonth Fri 05-Apr-13 17:21:34

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SofaCanary Fri 05-Apr-13 17:32:24

uk.spacenk.com/SISLEYA-EYE-LIP-CONTOUR-CREAM-15ml/MUK200007676,en_GB,pd.html?start=1&q=eye%20and%20lip%20contour%20cream&cm_mmc=Google+UK-_-F3D+-+Sisley-_-F3D+-+Sisley+-+Eye+%26+Lip+Contour+Cream-_-sisley+eye+and+lip+contour+cream-Exact&gclid=CJbozf_5s7YCFXTMtAodQX4Aeg

SinisterBuggyMonth Fri 05-Apr-13 18:14:15

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Birdies Fri 05-Apr-13 18:36:49

How about Clinique All About Eyes Rich cream?

OneLittleLady Fri 05-Apr-13 18:38:26

Superdrugs Naturally Radiant Eye Cream is what I use.I have quite dry skin round my eyes and I find it moisturising but not heavy. As an added bonus, it helps with puffiness and dark circles. Not sure if you need that though.

SofaCanary Fri 05-Apr-13 18:54:08

LOL, Sinister, neither can I but I really want to try it...we could go halves? grin

ScienceRocks Fri 05-Apr-13 19:05:33

I'll join you Sinister and SofaCanary grin I have horribly dry skin around my eyes - currently using sanctuary facial oil plus Nivea night cream at night and the oil plus Aveeno lotion during the day, and it's not getting worse but not getting better sad

I have used the Clinique one in the past. It was ok, but nothing special.

AlwaysSleepingBeauty Fri 05-Apr-13 20:49:21

Mind has been awful lately, but helped a little by the Boots vitamin E eye cream. It's about £2 so worth a go.

SirToffeeDoris Fri 05-Apr-13 21:26:04

eye cream debunking. Hope she's right, nice not to shell out for more little pots (though £2 does sound reasonable)

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