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    The best eye serum to buy?

    I am looking for input from people who have found a decent eye serum product. I saw a commercial for 'Youthology' and was impressed to say the least. I ran a Yahoo search for 'eye serum' and 'Youthology' comes up at the absolute top of the search.

    What about nationwide products available at Walgreens or CVS drug stores?

    Thanks in advance for any information.

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    i dont use it but go to the mall and talk to the make-up counter girls they will have the best stuff prob clinique

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    Depends on how much you want to spend, eye serums can be ridiculously expensive.

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    hydroderm works very well, moisture wise..

    a serum though, most have retin a in them, but sounds like you are wanting something for ???
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    Quote Originally Posted by wilson9d View Post
    i dont use it but go to the mall and talk to the make-up counter girls they will have the best stuff prob clinique
    Clinique; this is the second time I've had this recommended... I agree. The girls at the mall will know their stuff.

    Quote Originally Posted by Blitz777 View Post
    Depends on how much you want to spend, eye serums can be ridiculously expensive.
    I agree. Sufficient vanity value is in the eye of the beholder.



    Quote Originally Posted by spywizard View Post
    hydroderm works very well, moisture wise..

    a serum though, most have retin a in them, but sounds like you are wanting something for ???
    Thank you for chiming in, Spy. I always respect (my elders) your opinion.

    I have .4% Retin A on hand and actually burned my skin experimenting for some fine lines under the eye . Never again. I haven't done something this dumb in a while.


    I purchased 'Roc' eye serum to experiment.

    I have had 'Garnier product' (green bottle & green tube) 'skin renew' and 'ultra lift' and have been happy with that.

    O/T : I did botox for the first time, the first week of May. It was for two obvious lines on my forehead I have from growing up on the water an being in the sun all the time. It is starting to wear off already and I am going to do it again. I loved the results I had.


    I found this (for what it is worth) :

    http://www.thearticleinsiders.com/ey...WID=8327978522
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    I buy l'ore'al advanced revitalift double lifting tightening gel and wrinkle treatment, works great for around your eyes especially almost like a really cheap botox, im sure there is better mor expensive stuff but Ive tried a lot of creams, including the garnier you mentione but none OTC work as good as the L'ore'al i just mentioned. it has pro retinal a in it and some sort of elastin something in it that tightens pretty well. I actually use it as a standalone aftershave now. Shaving with a blade helps you repair and rebuild callogen over the years so it is essential that after you shave you moisterize immediatly to promote this, this is why men tend to have less wrinkles than woman in older age

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    Have any of you tried http://www.cosmeticsurgeoninajar.com/eye-serum.php? I tried the product and it is working great for me to suggest you to try it too. Hope it makes you feel great

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    I have used Zirh under eye serum for years. I love it and it works great. It has a healthy dose of caffeine in it which helps reduce puffiness and swelling under the eye. It's a little expensive but lasts quite a while. Macy's or a store like that will carry it in the cosmetic section.

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    I have used Zirh under eye serum for years. I love it and it works great. It has a healthy dose of caffeine in it which helps reduce puffiness and swelling under the eye. It's a little expensive but lasts quite a while. Macy's or a store like that will carry it in the cosmetic section.

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    B. Kamins Chemist Male Anti-Aging Soothing Eye Gel


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