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Droopy Eyelids!

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Severino Tue 27-Dec-16 17:45:07

Am hoping for some MN advice. I've always had quite droopy eyes but as I age (now 49) they are worse. In the mornings my eyelids often seem quite puffy. I don't sleep well so that doesn't help....
Just wondered if anyone knew of any wonder cream I could use. Currently I use cucumber slices, or cold spoons from the freezer to get the swelling down a little, but wondering if there is anything else.
I assume it's only going to get worse as I get older....

mowglik Tue 27-Dec-16 20:50:07

My eyelids are starting to get a little droopy and the only eye cream (that I've tried) that corrects it is Avon anew clinical lift eye cream. It has a gel for the upper eye and a cream for the lower eye area. The eye cream seems a bit rubbish but the upper eyelid gel is brilliant and works well for me

Liiinoo Wed 28-Dec-16 10:59:04

I am 55 and droopy eyelids have been the bane of my life for years. Three weeks ago I bit the bullet and had Botox to lift them. Best money I have spent for ages. My eyebrows have a natural looking arch and my eyes are wide open and fresh looking.

Truckingalong Wed 28-Dec-16 17:04:14

No cream will work on droopy eyelids. It's not physically possible. The little eyelid strips can create an illusion up to a point but once you've got extra droopy skin, you need to either accept it or have surgery.

burnishedsilver Wed 28-Dec-16 17:16:09

I've had botox to lift them. The first the result was subtle but I was happy with it. I had it done a second time, by a different Dr, and it's been a disaster. My brow has dropped. My eyelids are heavier. I look different - tired and angry. When this wears off I'll never do it again. I was considering surgery but I've now decided not to ever risk that either.

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