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Has anyone used La Roche-Posay Redermic R Eyes?

(8 Posts)
Stage8 Tue 22-Mar-16 20:43:09

I've just bought this and a bit worried about using it so wondered if anyone else had any experience of it?

burnishedsilver Tue 22-Mar-16 21:06:16

Yes, I use it every night. I really like. I didn't have any initial problems adjusting to it. In fact, its the only eye cream that doesn't leave me with puffy eyes.

Stage8 Tue 22-Mar-16 21:45:16

I have used the all over face Redermic R which has really helped a scar but I'm convinced it has made an under eye line worse when I put it there by accident which is why I'm unsure about using the eye cream.

burnishedsilver Tue 22-Mar-16 23:28:11

I found the same thing with the redermic r. In the begining it was making my wrinkles worse but I pushed through and have seen a noticeable improvement. I've been using it about 10 months now and feel I'm ready for something stronger. I didn't have the "it gets worse before it gets better" experience with the eye cream.

Kennington Wed 23-Mar-16 10:58:18

I use redermic R most nights and have done for a year now.
No discernible difference
I really don't about retinol as some publications say it thins skin too.
I am not going to buy anymore and maybe just use it once a week
My skin does better with a cheap face oil and some lanolips to be honest - I do this once or twice a week and look much better the next day than with redermic R

ScandiCinnamon Wed 23-Mar-16 11:44:36

I just bought it and have so far not had any bad reactions. Use every second day so far. Alternate with Boots No7 Protect and Perfect intense

Stage8 Wed 23-Mar-16 18:02:40

Thanks for the reponses. Difficult to know what to use sometimes. I did find with my cheek scar that the Redermic R made it look worse and then all of a sudden it had a dramatic improvement a few weeks on.

WaxyBean Wed 23-Mar-16 19:01:31

I've used it for about a year - not really noticed any difference to be honest. Tbh I look permanently knackered though and have genetic dark circles under my eyes (to the extent I've been asked how I've got my black eyes before).

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