Eye Cream For Sagging

If you are not a fan of expensive and painful surgery that needs constant updating, thankfully today the best eyelid cream or contour gel can naturally solve the problem and restore your youthful glow.

The problem is that most companies claim to have the best eyelid cream, so how do you select the right one?

The easiest way is to check out the ingredients. There are 3 main ones to look for that the celebrities have known about for a long time but which have only recently been more easily available to us mere mortals!

Most creams are full of harsh additives and very little active ingredients, even if they're heavily advertized as the next miracle cure.

So, the 3 main ingredients are: Eyeliss, Haloxyl and Homeo Age.

Don't worry if you haven't heard of them as they are still comparatively unknown, as I alluded to earlier.

These combine to get to the heart of the matter rather than simply trying to cover it up. Your eyelids and surrounding skin are very thin and delicate and need to be treated with only the finest natural ingredients, without any harmful additives.

These ingredients combine to improve the drainage, boost your circulation, thicken up your skin and provide essential nutrients to keep it in top condition and prevent the aging signs from returning.

These ingredients in the best eyelid cream results in not only in lifting sagging eyelids but removes bags, dark circles and fine lines too, and fast. Because they work so effectively at removing the root cause, you can see the difference in a matter of weeks.

In a recent clinical study of Eyeliss, 65% of volunteers showed a marked reduction in bags under their eyes in just 28 days and 62% showed a significant reduction in wrinkles around their eyes, with thicker skin.

These types of creams are not yet available in your local stores but from specialist skin care companies online, who use only the best ingredients and rarely advertize, preferring instead to build up a loyal following based on results.

As you can see, the best eyelid cream with the right ingredients can lift your sagging eyelids and improve the health of your skin too, taking years off your appearance.

To discover more about the potent natural substances that help to keep your skin radiant and healthy, visit my website below.


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86 Responses to Eye Cream For Sagging

  1. Singngirl says:

    Eye cream for sagging Asian lids? Please help!!?
    So apparently eyelids changing from hooded eyelids to double eyelids is common with Asians… (Chinese/Korean ect)

    I’m half Chinese and one of my eyelids changes from either severely hooded (no eyelid seen), partially hooded (barely see a line of eyelid showing) to a huge double eyelid showing. So it bugs the heck out of me because when it becomes hooded I looked angry/tired/old in my opinion. I wish my eyelid would stay large and showing all the time but it changes all the time like everyday, every other day, or every week.

    Is there an eye cream that I could use to firm the eyelid?

    Does this happen to anyone out there???
    Does it settle as you age? Like should they finally both stay double eyelids?
    I’m 18 right now so I’m thinking that I could possibly still be growing.

    (A hooded eyelid is where you can’t see the eyelid because the skin above the crease is sagging over it)
    (A double eyelid is just a normal eyelid that doesn’t appear to be sagging

    • Stephanie says:

      I used to have an eyelid that kept changing. One day it’s a monolid/hooded, next day it has a slight half crease, sometimes a full-out crease, sometimes even 2 creases. It finally settled down into a small crease which I don’t mind because now my eyes are even. For me, age was what settled it down (and unfortunately smoking too – but I don’t recommend that lol).

      Unfortunately there isn’t any eye cream that will change your lids. Eye creams just keep them moisturized so you don’t get wrinkles and fine lines.

      I would wait it out a couple years because you are probably still growing a little and hormones keep changing your skin. There is cosmetic surgery for the eyelids available for people who want to even out the 2 lids, or for people who want a more prominent crease. I would wait until at least age 20 for the surgery. My friend got hers done really young and the lids still kept changing (amount of fat, skin elasticity, etc.) and looked funny.

      Good luck! I’d say for now, even them out with makeup and eyeshadows to fake a double-eyelid when it’s a hooded day. :)

  2. Coloradohiking says:

    What is a good face & eye cream for women over 50 to help with sagging & wrinkles?
    I am currently using Sovage, Idebonol for my face. Is there something better?

  3. jezuzgirl says:

    Is there an eye cream/gel that actually works?
    There are a lot of products on the market that claim to do a lot but I would like to know from some women who have tried them and had success before I spend my money. I am looking for something that will help with bags/ puffiness and dark circles. Also sagging. My eyes make me look 10 years older than I am :( ~ ANY suggestions are highly appreciated, but speaking from experience is prefered. (even home remedies)

    • Pink says:

      Olay Total Effects Eye Transforming Cream is expensive for a drugstore eye cream (around $16), it’s totally worth it. The texture is a thick balm, which miraculously absorbs instantly and isn’t greasy or heavy. I’ve noticed some reflective particles when I catch myself in the sunlight – those must be contributing to the smooth, even appearance of the skin around my eyes. This is a great eye cream for tired morning eyes, and a great eye cream for under makeup and concealer.

      Clinique All About Eyes; I love the gel texture suspension of this product and love that it glides on and seeps in quickly. The other plus is if used sparingly this wears well under foundation and eye makeup, although you won’t have extreme staying power for eyeshadows. I have used this for years and have had no ill side effects and I credit this for keeping my eye area skin so smooth and soft. This works WONDERS on puffiness. Puffiness was reduced by 90% within15 minutes

      Neutrogena Healthy Skin Eye Cream is light, it’s moisturizing, it doesn’t cause any sensitivity issues whatsoever for me, it helps me keep the skin around my eyes looking firm, and best of all, it’s CHEAP! One tube lasts a long, long time. The price is reasonable (I bought mine online for less than in stores), and I love that the tube stands up. The product is light, non-greasy and easily absorbed.

      RoC Multi Correction Eye Cream is a good product it is for wrinkles, bags and dark circles. as you know nothing will completely get rid of dark circles. i saw about 1/4 of a shade difference on my dark circles when i used this cream. which i was happy with. at least it helped a bit. i would reccommend using this cream every night for a while until you notice a difference, then if you want you can use it every second night. some people may find it irritating if they use it too often. thta all depends on the skim though. Do not apply this cream to your lids though because it contains retinol.

  4. mz.jennyjane says:

    Sagittaruis… *confused*?
    Please all saggies,don’t get me wrong I love you guys to death. I just need some advice here. There was this sag that I liked and the two time we hooked up she always brought her friend along which was annoying because I couldn’t get to know her. I’m aries,so I’m shy =o) and I conversated wit her gemini friend more because she was funny. I was attracted to her friend at all but she made me feel more comfortable. I guess,she became a little jealous over the fact I was talking to her friend and not much her. I invited my friend over and she started flirting with my friend. I mean,touching,hugging,and feeling. I said two can play that game and since I didn’t like her friend,I invited my ex outside with us ANNNDD we got freaky right in front her face. I seen her looking at us with a evil look at the corner of my eye and I watched for like 15 minutes lmaooo. She got in her car and left without a word. (I didn’t even see her get in the car)lol. I hit her up the next day and her signature was “all girl are full of it”. I explained to her why I did exactly wat I did and she acted like it was nothing to her. (U know saggies good at hiding there feelings.) We stayed friends but she was real mean to me afterward. I still wanted to talk to her on that level but every time..she had a girlfriend. She invited me to the club one day,and I denied. I apologized and asked her she was upset with me over this and she stated “she has more important things to do than worry about not seeing me”……..so yeah. I brushed it off because I figured she was upset. One day she was real rude to me and I got angry because her attuide stinks. It was 7months ago all that stuff had happen and she still being rude. I cussed her out,and told her that her current girlfriend tried to talk to my brother which was a lie (even tho she did contact him on myspace). I told her I didn’t want anything to do with her but the next day I felt bad for lying and I confessed and apologized. She told me she didn’t want anything to do with me because I lied. I told her like she has never lied,ima honest person for coming back and telling the truth (a day later at that). She told me shy lie but not like that so I said watever and dropped it. I contacted her on her birthday and made a birthday joke and she told me to grow up and get a life. It really pissed me plum off..I’m still kind of mad because I was trying to be nice. She act like she just hollywood or like I’m a desperate. I had to cuss her out. I talked about her weight,how she had no neck,and she built like a ice cream cone because she big on the top and have chicken legs,how she built and always look uncomfortable and I want to help her breath. After,I blocked her because she like to get the last word and I couldn’t let her do it this time. Lmao. The only reason I was nice like that because I felt bad for what I did with my ex even thought she was wrong.

    I miss her and I still like her tho..should I apologize?let it go? I always apologize even when she in the wrong. I heard once u do a saggie wrong one time,they’ll never talk to you like that again. I can’t keep kissing butt like this but I do miss her.

    • Don says:

      Honey, it’s time to move on…Sags are ‘just that way’…it’s part of their charm and part of their ‘curse’… Chalk it up to experience and, please, stop playing games with people you’re supposed to care about… I did the same thing with a Sag, long ago, and got the same response… They just seem to be ‘unforgiving’ and ‘unable to help themselves’ even when it’s not in their best interests…

  5. Crysi says:

    Should I see a dermatologist?
    I have kinda (not too bad) dry skin, I live on water and juices and keep my face moisturized. But I have a few fine lines and a couple of deep wrinkles right under my eyes. It bothers me so much and I’m only 21 (be 22 in a week) but it drives me nuts and I have tried all kinds of creams and cleansers and nothing helps. Should I go to a doctor? I have very low self esteem when it comes to my face and I sometimes wear makeup but it seems to show the lines even worse when I wear base.

    Also, on my right eye, my eye lid sags more than my left. Like, it’s puffy. But I’ve had this for awhile and if I see a doctor can he do something for this as well? Please help, I don’t wanna be this way anymore but I don’t want surgery. I’m told I look really young but these small flaws are bringing me down. Any advice on what I can do? Can a dermatologist help me? Thanks for your help..

    • Anonymous says:

      I went to see a dermatologist, not for dry skin but, for acne. After countless visits to the hospital I have come to realise that dermatologists are very intelligent and understanding people whom, you can fully open up to and share all of your insecurities with.
      I would highly recommend seeing one, as they’ve done such a great job on my face, I now have no spots, scars or scabs, and I feel 100% better about the way I look.
      I hope this helps you to make your decision.

  6. Leilani™ says:

    Am I doing damage to my skin? will choose best answer- 5 stars?
    I am 20 yrs old and I steam and use the queen helene mint mask once every week. Every morning during summer I use aveeno spf 70. I also use an anti wrinkling cream for under my eyes. My mom said that I am doing too much to my skin and that i am doing more damage than helping it. Is this true? Also does tweezing your eyebrows everyday cause the skin around the eye to sag?

    Thanks : )

    • Desiree says:

      Wow, you’re actually doing exactly what you should to ensure a youthful look when you get older. I don’t think there’s anything wrong with your routine at all.

      And all tweezing will do in the long run is cause the eyebrow hairs to become finer and lighter over the years. Eventually they’ll start taking longer to grow back. Nothing wrong there, lol!

      And some really good wrinkle advice is something I heard Tyra Banks say. She said that her mother used Vaseline under her eyes everyday. Just plain Vaseline. If you’ve ever seen photos of her, she’s in her 50′s or 60′s and she doesn’t have ANY wrinkles at all! My mom also did this. She’s 52 and ppl mistake her as my sister (I’m 24) all the time. And it’s not genetics or anything, because wrinkles definitely run in our family, lol, and we all look exactly alike. So there’s def. some truth to the Vaseline trick!

      But, yeah, I’d keep doing what you’re doing. You’ll be 60 and ppl will be mistaking you for a 20 year old, lol.!!

  7. Fluffy ♥ says:

    PLEASE PLEASE HELP – I dunno what to do! Beauty crisis…?
    This is going to sound weird but it’s true!

    Sometimes, I get puffy under eyes when I wake up in the morning..however, usually after a while, once I am up and out bed, I am fine.

    On bad days however, only one of the eyes (underneath stays puffy)..also, that one has a kind of faint line on the cheek too.

    Nobody can see it except for me..I think it is what they call bags …but I only seem to have it under 1 eye.
    It’s driving me mad! What causes it and how can I get rid of it?

    I did go and see a plastic surgeon but he said it wasn’t noticeable and that I am too young for surgery on this.
    It’s strange because, other than that, I have remarkably good skin..everyone comments on how good my skin on.

    But no matter what creams I use, I cannot get rid of this kind of sagging on one side on my undereye/ cheek area.

    Please help! I dunno what to do :0(

    • Blue-Eyed Blondie!!! says:

      It could be caused by the way you sleep. Sleeping on your stomach could make it worse. And the eye that is swollen could be the side of your face you sleep on. Try changing positions for a night and see if it helps.

  8. Debizzy says:

    What is the best eye cream for someone in their 50′s?
    I have always used Oil of Olay eye cream, but my mother had what they call “hood eye”, which is where the eye lid sags so much that it almost covers the eye itself. She ended up having surgery. But, I’d like to deter that from happening to me as much as possible, so any suggestions?
    I have always used oil of olay, but recently noticed a condition starting that my mother suffered with. She had what you call “hood eye”, and the lid of the eye sags so much that eventually it covers the eye itself. She eventually had to have surgery. I am currently using Oil of Olay Regenerist, and cannot afford to have surgery. The lids haven’t gone over my eyes, but I don’t want them to go that far!!! Any suggestions?

  9. stargazer says:

    Coul this be a stye or what?
    I have a bump on the lash line of my upper, left eyelid. I’m fairly certain the bump, or a bump, started in the middle my eyelid, but whenever I’d check to see if it was still there (over the course of days) it wouldn’t be in the same place. Just now, I managed to find it at the very bottom of the upper eyelid; it almost looks like that section is swollen inside and out, but it feels like there’s something there; and it’s painful when I rub my eyes. I’ve tried applying various creams to help get rid of it (as best I can, being on my eye and all) for all I know, it helped and it went away only for a brand new one to appear elsewhere.

    I’ve never had anything like this before, although that same eyelid became incredibly swollen a few weeks ago, and I never knew why; so for all I know, it could be related.

    What could this be and how do I get rid of it? It’s been there for weeks, it’s making my eyelid sag, it rubs my eye uncomfortably at times and hurts if it brush up against it the wrong way by accident.
    If I leave it alone, will it go away? Does it pose a health risk leaving it there?
    Why does it seem as those it moves?

    • drkhan47 says:

      lemme tell you the styes are two types 1 internum hordelium 2. hordelium externum both r painful inflamatory swellings tender to touch and also pus points can be seen the cause is infection mostly staph. I personally think thats not what u have , you probably have a condition known as chalazion which is a small cyst in the inner aspect of ur lid mucosa (mebomian cyst as it goes with name of the gland inside the lid.these will come n go but if u rub then they tend to swell up .if u have one and u think its a big one then see an eye doctor they will take it out . its a minor procedure. one more thing no creams is going to help in ur condition

  10. Anne says:

    Is putting cetaphil cream under the eye to heavy? I have a few wrinkles and dry skin with puffiness in my eye.?
    I’m only in my 20′s. I heard cetaphil cream is good and its good for my dry skin but should I use it under my eye to moisten the skin there or will this cause sagging?

    • Summer says:

      Well, moisturizer sometimes lacks the helpful ingredients that are formulated for under eye care. Eye cream is specially formulated for the delicate skin around the eyes which is so different from the rest of your skin. So using a moisturizer like Cetaphil is not going to cut it. Especially for wrinkle care or prevention. (Although Cetaphil is great for the rest of the face.)

      There are a lot of nerves around the eye, which is why the skin feels so sensitive, and there are few sebaceous glands, so there’s poor lipid barrier, making it hard to keep the skin hydrated. Thus your normal moisturizer won’t work as well as an eye cream because most eye creams have a heavier, creamier texture, because there isn’t the problem of worrying about too-oily skin or acne. Some eye cream in particular, uses gingko biloba, cucumber and aloe in an effort to reduce puffiness and amino-acid compounds to break up fatty deposits, none of which are in the facial moisturizer.

      A good one to try is Garnier’s Anti-Puff Eye Roll-on and it is very affordable. People really like the easy roll-on applicator as it doesn’t pull the delicate eye skin and distributes evenly.

      Check out my review on Garnier’s anti-puff roll-on and additional tips to try for puffy eyes: http://www.nomorepuffyeyes.com/uncategorized/a-cool-new-eye-beauty-product

  11. тєℓℓ мє α ℓιє [the sky is green] says:

    Skincare products for fair, oily skin?
    My skin is very pale, almost a snowy white color… but recently it’s starting to get a bubblegum pink color all over and I’m noticing my pores more. I also have very dark circles under my eyes that are starting to puff and sag a little, almost like wrinkles. I have a very defined crease from my nose to the edges of my mouth like a laugh line, too… and I’m beginning to get bumps on my chin (I’m not sure what it is, but it isn’t pimples…). But, I’m only 13. My skin used to be perfect, so I guess it’s just now beginning to age?

    So these are my problems…
    Oily skin on top of my nose and chin
    Dry skin around the edges of my nose and eyebrows
    Redness all over
    Bumps on my chin
    Dark, puffy circles

    Can you recommend cleansers, toners, creams, etc. or other skincare products to help with these problems? I don’t want to waste my money trying all different kinds, so it would help if I had input from someone who has the same problems. Also, it would help if all the products together were under $75… Thank you! (:

    • GXC says:

      Clearasil doesn’t work. Trust me. Use Proactiv, since you have whats called ‘combination skin’, its best to use Proactiv’s 5 Pc Kit. It includes the Oil Free Moisturizer for the dry areas and the Daily Oil Control for Oily areas.

      I used Proactiv at age 13! I have used it for 6 years now, and my skin is perfect! All my friends have acne on their foreheads and red-ness on their noses, but since I made a smart move early, I chose Proactiv. it really works!

      A bit pricey but its worth it.

  12. Kerry B says:

    Sagging upper eyelid – what to use?
    I’m 27 and because of genetics, my upper eyelids are quite puffy and saggy, leaving me looking tired all the time. I want to start using a firming eye-cream, but i’ve looked and looked and they are all designed for older people with wrinkles (which i don’t have!!). I’ve heard that using anti-wrinkle cream too young can have bad effects on your skin, all i want is a cream that is solely for firming – calling all beauticians!

    • Laura says:

      You need a natural eye cream like revitol. It will clear off the puffiness and prevent wrinkles from appearing.

      Revitol Eye Solves Three Beauty Problems at Once!

      1. Under eye dark circles
      2. Puffiness
      3. Wrinkles.

      Revitol’s moisturizing emollients and natural ingredients help counter moisture loss and other characteristics of under-eye circles. Our soft, non-greasy formula absorbs quickly and leaves your skin feeling smooth and supple. Ingredients include:

      Niacinamide – A water-soluble Vitamin B complex that helps retain skin moisture.

      Bisabolol – An ingredient derived from Chamomile that soothes and calms irritated skin; reduces the appearance of puffiness.

      Chrysin – A flavonoid that helps reduce the appearance of excess skin pigmentation caused by breakdown of hemoglobin.

      N-Hydroxycicinimide – Reduces the appearance of a pigmentation factor and thus dark circles.

      Revitol Eye was created by on of America’s premier anti aging skin care companies.

      Check out the photos there. Hope this helps you, good luck!

  13. Doctor M says:

    I am 22, male but i have a sagging facial skin. would anti aging cosmetics help my skin?
    I am only 22 years old, male but my skin is already sagging with drooping eyes. I look tired and sleepy all the time. Otherwise, the skin is very healthy, no acne, no fine wrinkles, smooth and normal. I use sunblick and mosteriser but nothing helps. The doctor says I am too young to go for a face lift surgery. I wanted to know if the antiaging creams and gells available would help my young skin? they are supposed to be used by older people, but what about people like me? Any ideas? Please help if you could, because no one wants to look 30 when one is 22!

    • shannonlee05@sbcglobal.net says:

      i know it sounds strange but i know ALOT of ppl that use preperation H under their eyesto firm up the skin. its pretty cheap and worth a shot! good luck!

  14. Truth Hurts says:

    Aging skin at 20???
    I’ve always had fat checks and smile too much. Am starting to have little lines around the eye area, and the skin around my mouth and eye seem to be sagging or droopy lately. I have Melasma and been using strong soaps and hydroquinone creams to get rid of it (they never worked). Was it the creams? i think they also made my skin too soft or thining. i stopped using it will my skin go back to the way it was i mean i just turned 20..i should not have saggy skins or lines. Please help.

    And as for me developing Melasma i got it from acne medications such as neutrogena and proactive that made my skin more sensitive to sun and stupidly did not use sunblock. So i advise you guys not to be stupid as me if your using these creams.

    • Jazz says:

      Because of the lack of sunblock your skin has absorbed the UVB (I think) rays of the sun. Basically these rays age your skin, causing wrinkles, sagging ect. The best solution is to put sunblock on and moisturize. Continue applying the creams if possible.
      But don’t feel bad, as a lifeguard I’ve got lines as well. It happens. Doesn’t mean your getting old, just means you enjoy your sunlight. :-)

      Oh! I forgot to add! There are blemish oils made from Tee Tree oil. They are very, very helpful! If you look through “Tom’s” stuff that is another option. Both should be available at Whole Foods, and Trader Joes.

  15. Sheri B says:

    The best Wrinkle Cream or Remedy?
    I’m rounding the Corner to 30, and my eyes and forhead are starting to sag and wrinkle up. Iknow I can’t stop aging, and im’ proud to get old,but I wouldn’t mind postponeing it just a little bit. lol. I’ve never gone to the tanning bed, and always wore sunblock, and have Never smoked in my life… and I have extremely oily skin my entire youth and adult life… so the fact that i’m 28 and already getting wrinkles is just Baffling to me. But, can anyone help me hold on to my youth for a few more years? My soldier hubby is leaving for 1 year on a military deploymet, and I want him to come home to a beautiful woman.. not an old one. lol. :) Help!

    (no smart butt comments please… just helpful tips from people who have had this same issue and found a solution for it… thanks! ).

    • go green says:

      The best remedy for anti wrikles is having a good facial regimen and eating well
      1. Use a good facial cleanser my favorite is “Clean Slate” am/pm
      2. Apply toner alcohol free “Balancing Act” it will even your skin tone and minimized the pores size am/pm
      3. Exfoliate your skin at leat every week at home with the best “Microdermabrasion Scrub” it will nourish your skin pm
      4. Use a great moisturizer or serum let it dry this will plum up the skin cells minimizing the apearance of wrinkles “Cell Enhancer” is a cell regenerator
      5. Apply a moisturizer with solar protection I love “Anti-Aging is so light you can get all this for less than $100
      I found a coupon for 20% off ABBLOC08

  16. - sonia. says:

    I have dark circles, sunken eye bags and hair loss.?
    I have had dark circles from an early age. I don’t know if it’s genetics because my mum seems to have dark circles too. But her dark circles are caused due to health problems. My dark circles are becoming darker and darker as I get older. It’s annoying because people always ask me if I’m tired or sleepy because of my eyes. The worst I got was that it looks like I put black eye shadow on. As well as dark circles, I have dark circles under eyes, extreme bags and my eyes has sunken. If you look at me sideways you can see my eyes are more hollow. If you look at me face to face, you can see my bags. I also noticed that my top eyelids are sagging and it’s very stretchy. I also drink more than 8 bottles of water every day so I know it’s not dehydration.

    With my hair loss, late last November I noticed everything I shower a lot of my hair falls out in the wash. The hair loss had gotten extreme now and I can notice how my hair is thinning. Plus more of my scalp is showing. I have to use volumizing shampoo. I straighten my hair but I use two heat protecting creams before straightening. I also use oils to massage the hair and rest my hair once in a while from the straighter. This doesn’t seem to help and I’m still loosing a lot of hair.

    I don’t know if it’s got to do with stress because I stress too much and with everything happening to me I stress even more. I feel as if I have anxiety because I checked online for the symptoms and everything I checked and read seems to point out that I do have anxiety. I get so frustrated at times that I need just cry or listen to my iPod.

    • jessie c says:

      sounds to me like stress is your main cause this is a big issue in droopy sagging eyes/eyelids and hair loss…. you may want to go to a doctor or some kind of professional of the sort and get that all checked out cause if youre stressing all the time you may need to get it checked out immediately so you can get better

  17. orlenda says:

    Whats your fave anti-aging/anti-wrinkle cream?
    I am only 23-but have VERY bad skin elasticity, SO I’ve started using an anti wrinkle eye cream. BUT today i saw a old woman that looked so much like a basset hound it scared me and I wanna take care of my whole face! SO now i wanna know what your fave products along these lines are? Also what kinds of ingredients seem to work best, esp in prevenion (since my face is fine so far…its just the skin on my body that has issues) and not necessarily to FIX wrinkles/sagging (since there isnt any). Thanks so much! I have so many medical problems-i appreciate a little help in this area from people who know since it takes me so long to research other medical stuff.

    I am looking for modestly priced items-drug store brands would be awesome!
    If you are good with creams-answer this one too?

    http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20091122180437AAlDcVW&r=w

    • Ashley Nicole says:

      The one ingredient to really ensure is in your product is Retinol. This is basically vitamin A I believe, which helps with skin renewal. However, some are sensitive/allergic to it, and it can end up causing more acne. So just be cautious with every product you use.

      Also, just using products does not guarantee in having great skin. For all you know, that woman you saw was a life long smoker, drinker, and had a poor skin routine. Also, genetics can play a large part in how your skin ages.

      For the face, I use Neutrogena Healthy Skin Anti Wrinkle Cream, the night version. NEVER use anti-aging products during the day time, as these cause sun sensitivity, which means that the sun can do more damage to your skin. I am only 18 (19 in a few months) but due to a few years of smoking, my skin did take a hit. I use this cream mostly for acne and acne scars though, as it helps keep those to a minimal.

      For the body, just keep the skin moisturized every day and after showers, use sunscreen, and exfoliate on a regular basis.

      As long as you keep your skin in general well hydrated and keep it protected from the sun with good sunscreen products, and keep a healthy lifestyle, your skin should stay pretty good.

  18. Blue lagoon says:

    If you are in your mid-50s with dark circles and bags under your eyes?
    But also with a few ‘expression lines’ on the upper side-corners of your lips in addition to a bit of ‘sagging’ lids and more obvious down the sides of your chin.
    Which is the best corrective method, if at all to start with? Botox, fillers, plastic surgery (although quite expensive) or over the counter, or not, creams for both eyes and face???
    Which products that are available on the market nowadays could help you look younger and basically take care of a few of these issues particularly the dark circles and bags under your eyes!!!
    Sammy, sorry to disappoint you, but I don’t drink, smoke. I get my 8 hours sleep too. So try again please!!!!!

  19. Gracie says:

    What is a good anti-wrinkle eye cream?
    I wear contacts and I’ve noticed that i have been getting fine lines and small wrinkles on my eyelids. I also noticed that they are starting to sag a bit. I need a good anti-wrinkle eye cream for a good price. Thank you!

    • irina m says:

      The most recommended eye cream on the market from Skin Treatment Guide is the Revitol anti wrinkle cream, it can do wonders for your sensitive eye area,

      It has for me.

      Hope this help,
      Warmly

      Irina

  20. Burned says:

    Upperlid sagging…what to do?
    Ok well Im 16 and just about a few months ago my left upperlid started to sag…and like my eyes look messed up. Like one is normal the other is sagging a bit. I told my mom and she goes nobody will notice. Well some of my friends have noticed and I dont know what to do. She said its nothing. But I dont like it. I asked if I should see a doctor and she just said I was being stupid and that its nothing. But it never happened before it used to be even now it sags! What do I do? Is there a cream for this like something that can hold it up?

    • kasi B says:

      yes, the girl who answered before me is right.. sounds like there is a muscle problem and yes, it can be fixed. Your mom should take you more seriously. I’m not trying to scare you but there can be something going on there and you should really push to see a doctor.. You don’t need a cream.. you need a doctor….no, you are not stupid.. I just think it’s ‘stupid’ that you go to someone with a real problem and you are told it’s nothing? I feel badly for you.. push to see a doctor, or better yet, if mom wont’ listen, go to your school nurse and tell her what is going on… and maybe the school nurse can call her up and tell her she should take you in to see a doctor.. sometimes, unfortunately, that is what it takes to get something done.
      good luck to yah.. : )

  21. Łive♫ Ł♥ve ♪ Łaugh☺ Łearn ♦ gr☼w says:

    what can i do about the bags under my eyes? please read first!?
    ok so im 13, and my doctor thinks i have fibromayalgia(if i explained everything it would littereally be 15 pages long lol). becuase of that, it makes me not ble to sleep even if i dont know im not sleeping well, something about not getting into a deep-wave sleep or something.

    anyway, i have dark bags under my eyes. not really puffiness, but like dark and the skin like sags and stuff.

    what can i do about this? i’ve been trying the garnier fructis caffeine eye roll-on, and it helps a little, but i still have the bags a lot. what else can i do? obviously, being 13, not many people my age have bags like me. people ask me why i have them, and its really annoying.

    what can i do? please help!

    and ive tried concealer, foundation, the garnier fructis thing, and ya. do you know any eye creams for bags, not so much for puffiness? please tell me if you do!

    • redneckgurl_n_va says:

      try anew retroactive plus repair eye serum it is made for younger woman and it works great and you only have to apply it twice a day so its real easy to use

      http://www.youravon.com/jessicagrissom

      that is the link to my online store where you can look around or buy and it can be delivered directly to you

  22. mz.jennyjane says:

    Zodiac Sagittarius every change?
    Please all saggies,don’t get me wrong I love you guys to death. I just need some advice here. There was this sag that I liked and the two time we hooked up she always brought her friend along which was annoying because I couldn’t get to know her. I’m aries,so I’m shy =o) and I conversated wit her gemini friend more because she was funny. I was attracted to her friend at all but she made me feel more comfortable. I guess,she became a little jealous over the fact I was talking to her friend and not much her. I invited my friend over and she started flirting with my friend. I mean,touching,hugging,and feeling. I said two can play that game and since I didn’t like her friend,I invited my ex outside with us ANNNDD we got freaky right in front her face. I seen her looking at us with a evil look at the corner of my eye and I watched for like 15 minutes lmaooo. She got in her car and left without a word. (I didn’t even see her get in the car)lol. I hit her up the next day and her signature was “all girl are full of it”. I explained to her why I did exactly wat I did and she acted like it was nothing to her. (U know saggies good at hiding there feelings.) We stayed friends but she was real mean to me afterward. I still wanted to talk to her on that level but every time..she had a girlfriend. She invited me to the club one day,and I denied. I apologized and asked her she was upset with me over this and she stated “she has more important things to do than worry about not seeing me”……..so yeah. I brushed it off because I figured she was upset. One day she was real rude to me and I got angry because her attuide stinks. It was 7months ago all that stuff had happen and she still being rude. I cussed her out,and told her that her current girlfriend tried to talk to my brother which was a lie (even tho she did contact him on myspace). I told her I didn’t want anything to do with her but the next day I felt bad for lying and I confessed and apologized. She told me she didn’t want anything to do with me because I lied. I told her like she has never lied,ima honest person for coming back and telling the truth (a day later at that). She told me shy lie but not like that so I said watever and dropped it. I contacted her on her birthday and made a birthday joke and she told me to grow up and get a life. It really pissed me plum off..I’m still kind of mad because I was trying to be nice. She act like she just hollywood or like I’m a desperate. I had to cuss her out. I talked about her weight,how she had no neck,and she built like a ice cream cone because she big on the top and have chicken legs. After,I blocked her because she like to get the last word and I couldn’t let her do it this time. Lmao. The only reason I was nice like that because I felt bad for what I did with my ex even thought she was wrong.

    I miss her and I still like her tho..should I apologize?let it go? I always apologize even when she in the wrong. I heard once u do a saggie wrong one time,they’ll never talk to you like that again. I can’t keep kissing butt like this but I do miss her.
    Thank you,I’m still thinking about it,cause u really don’t know this girl. Her attuide stinks,and she acts like she just the best looking thing in the world. She is shaped like a ice cream cone tho lmaoo,she built uncomfortable,like she can’t breath,I want to help her get oxygen. lol. I can be a humble person and apologize but I don’t want her to think I’m just all over her. She has a very high ego..and is very rude. I still miss her tho.
    Thank everyone for your responses. You guys are funny especially the person who said I flirted with her friend!! Please feel free to answer my Gemini question too..lol

    Feel free to contact me on yahoo instant msger:

    MzHtown2Fly

    • Brigitte says:

      One of the things Sagittarians hate the most when it comes to relationships is feeling like the other person is playing mind games with them, which you were when you tried to make her jealous. They will get quite aloof and distant if you have truly hurt their feelings, assuming whatever it was didn’t spark off their temper – then you’re in for it. They’ll also make sure you never get the chance to do it again – UNLESS you apologize sincerely. Sagittarians are extremely forgiving, almost to a fault. You could tell her you only acted that way because you liked her, but if you’re always apologizing then only do it again if you really feel you should.

      You have to do something pretty horrible for a Sagittarian to shut the door on you for good because they’re usually very easy-going. But Sagittarians will withdraw from situations or people if they feel the circumstances are getting too petty, they really hate that. So, you can probably rebuild this friendship if you really want as long as she wasn’t overly offended. Just don’t compare her body to an icecream cone anymore. LOL.

  23. WalrusCode says:

    What to do for my under eyes?
    I have saggy skin and dark dark circles under my eyes, and I’d really like to fix it.
    The skin right above where my cheeks start sags down and causes really weird shadows that make my undereyes look even darker than they are.
    I also need to find a way to keep my eyes from getting really dark and creepy looking without depending on makeup because I haven’t got a lot of time in the mornings.

    Another question, my eyes are extremely oily and no primer seems to work when I wear concealor or eyeshadow or anything. If I used an eye cream (not for wrinkles, I’m under 20 years) would that help with oiliness?

    Also, how can I prevent and get rid of under eye milia?

  24. liveyourlife says:

    Best cream for sagging/puffy eyelids? I’m only 18…?
    Maybe sagging sounds too dramatic but lately I feel like the skin above my eye is drooping down a little more than it used to. Maybe it’s just me, but I definitely can see the difference in the mirror especially when I’m tired. Is there a cream to lift or minimize puffiness? I don’t really care about price. I rather it be department brand :) Thanks.
    haha well since it’s summer so I get plenty of sleep like 8-9 hours, so I don’t think thats the problem :(

  25. RachelS says:

    i got burnt what do i do ?????????
    about 6 weeks ago i went to get my eyebrows waxed and she burnt me and when i got home i had severe burn marks under my eyebrows…i went to the dermotologist and he gave me a cream for the burn…and it healed…but now im left with sagging. I used to have very prominant eyelids, and now the skin underneath my eyebrow is sagging over them ..so its like my eyes are hooded. i dont know what to do..is it from the wax? or is i just from allergires/whether? im so mad that i cant even describe over the computer

    • whittles says:

      Just go back to the dermatologist….and TAKE PICTURES, you could really sue that lady if you really wanted to, you have a solid case

  26. melon_rose says:

    i’m starting to think this “rule” about moisturization is all baloney?
    “one must use a separate eye cream & face lotion”

    see, i’ve heard various reasons to “support” this notion:
    ~ “the skin molecules in the eye area are too small & delicate to absorb a thick face cream, so eye creams are designed to be lighter and absorb better.”
    ~ “if you use a heavy face cream under the eyes, that area will start to sag.”

    i don’t know… it seems like marketing “logic” to sell more products. on the other hand, i’m 29 and starting to see lines around my eyes. i really want an effective moisturizer there that doesn’t cause those little “milia” bumps (i’ve tried a few types of expensive eye creams– Kiehls and Shiseido — and that’s what they did).

    please let me know — can i just use the same lotion around my eyes as i do on my face?

    many thanks for any input.
    also, if a separate eye cream IS necessary, i’ll take any recommendations for good moisturizing ones that DON’T cause milia! thank you.

    • 2D says:

      I’m going to give it to you straight up. Moisturizes DO NOT moisturize the skin. They just create a barrier so that what moisture you have in your skin doesn’t escape or escape as much. I use anti-aging lotions on my face & around my eyes. Eye creams are much heavier than face creams & are much more expensive. Check price per ounce. So you really don’t need both. The best thing you can do for your skin is stay out of the sun or tanning beds & always wear sunscreen. I also use Alpha-Hydrox & I use Dove cleansers. I don’t spend a lot of money on my beauty products. I use products from Wal-mart that are for my skin type. I’m 40 and I don’t have a line, wrinkle, or age spot/discoloration at all. Even people who know me well don’t believe I’m 40. So don’t believe the marketing gimmicks that they try to sell to you. Expensive is good but it’s NOT better. Just take care of yourself and save your money for a trip or something else.

  27. Nadi says:

    What is THEE rarest, bestest, most AMAZING thing for the skin, ever to be on earth? not product, but thing.?
    K, here’s the skoop. i’m with a staff of chemists designing a new line of cosmetics, and we were wondering if you know any secrets about skin. yes, chemistry and the like can only take you so far. so share up! haha.

    i’m NOT talking about aveeno lotion, or a cream that makes your boobs bigger or your eyes not sag, i’m talking about something natural.
    Burts Bees made Royal Jelly popular, and it helps, i guess…
    what have you heard that makes skin amazing??
    TOPICAL PLEASE!
    hahaha, that’s funny! :)

    • Angela says:

      okay so let me tell you.
      I HAD SUCH A BAD CASE OF ACNE START AT 16. AND THEN I STARTED MIXING
      HONEY AND OATMEAL TOGHTERE..AND PLACING IT ON MY FACE FOR 15 MIN THREE TIMES A WEEK AND THEN I WASHED IF OFF WIT WARM WATER ..AND I WAS SO AMAZED FROM THE RESULTS IN JUST 24 HOURS. HOW SOFT MY SKIN AND HOW FRESH AND BEAUTIFUL MY SKIN LOOKED. OH NOT TO MENTION..

      THE GREEN TEA BAGS I PUT IT UNDER COLD WATER AND PLACED IT ON MY EYES AND RESTED FOR 15 MINS. IT GETS RID OF WRINKLES AND BROWN DARK SPOTS UNDERNEATH THE EYES.

      HOPE THIS REALLY HELPED YOU!!

  28. livia t says:

    Which eye cream works best for sagging eyelids.I’m in my twenties so plz. don’t recommend surgery.?
    Any other information about special diet ,supplements and facial exercises is most appreciated.

    • Amie says:

      use Oriflame’s Seeing is believing Multi Benefits Eye Cream (prod code 10796). its D-circle complex helps reduce eye puffs and brighten dark circles and helps smoothen out fine lines.its really very good eyecream.

  29. P says:

    Neutrogena Visibly Firm Eye Cream? Any good? Looking for a drug store brand eye cream?
    I was thinking of getting this because I have noticed that my eyelids are starting to sag slightly and my laugh lines around my eyes appear deeper. Is this a good cream for me?
    I live in Canada if that makes a difference. I have never heard of Boots Products.

  30. Ping.fm says:

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  31. Gatica says:

    I need help choosing a wrinkle cream?
    I’m 17, so I have no experience with anti aging/wrinkle reducing cream, but I want to buy something for my mom, possibly as a Christmas present, see, my mother is 51, even though people think she’s in her 40′s she has wrinkles, the most predominant of which are the bags under her eyes, they are pretty puffy, and she thinks her upper eye lids are starting to sag to much, besides that her skin has generally just lost elasticity and firmness, so I’m looking for a wrinkle reducing cream that will tighten her skin, and reduce her eye bags.

    I don’t really have a price limit, I mean I wouldn’t buy anything that nears 1000 bucks o~o but other then that if it’s pricey, I can save up till Christmas, or her birthday (February 1st)

    So if you know of a good cream, either from personal experience or something your mother/grandmother/someone you know uses, please feel free to recommend them to me, I need all the help I can get :)
    P.S.
    As I wrote this, a commercial for Olay’s “regenerist” product line came on, and it seems pretty good, anyone have experience about those creams? are they any good?
    @Fiona:
    I agree, but my mom has been saying she wants a good cream for for-eeeeeveeeer so I decided I’d finally get her one, and this or next month I’m going to the dermatologist (got a bit of acne, and some possible acne scares) and im taking my mother along :D

    • . says:

      Creme de la Mer.

      Your mom probably heard of it. Its the best. or try la Prairie which is a tad bit more expensive.

      I would go with La Mer though. Just remember that there is a special way to apply it. You have to rub a small amount in between your fingers and pat it on your face.

      Bliss also has a good one if you cant afford La Mer. Its called The Youth as We Know It.

      Kinerase is also excellent and is more affordable than La Mer.

      I dont think Olay would be gift quality honestly. its a bit too cheap.

      EDIT**** warning…do not trust the Coonobabe or isabella Pelle brand. that lady who recommended it is a troll here trying to sell stuff.

  32. lowandbehold says:

    I need somethin pretty cheap & fast for my facial problem. help?
    Hi, i am 20 years old and just to be clear, my face is really mature for my age and my skin is fairly dull and thin. The skin around my eyes is getting looser and looser. The thing that contributes to its severity is how thin my skin is around my eyes. My eyelids, my undereye bags, and above my eyes(eyebrows) are thin. When i wake up every morning my eyebrows are over the top of my eyelids but they eventually go back to normal. I need something that can firm my skin or make it so that it’s not so soft and thin. I’m thinkin I need some kind of anti aging cream or vitamin c cream maybe? I just need something to take away the dullness and sagging look.
    I just know preventing it now with anything is better than nothing and lettin it get worse.

    • Mukunda M says:

      You will not find anything better or faster working than this totally safe, natural and modest cost treatment.
      A main cause of, or worsening of skin problems and premature aging, is chemicals and toxins in cosmetic, skin care (cleansers moisturizers, exfoliating ones included) and skin medicating products. They sicken skin and so prematurely age skin resulting in wrinkles, lines and bags. Check out this site- “Skin Deep Database: A Feelgood Resource”. The Database reveals that there is an alarming number of toxins and chemicals in products.

      Consumer Reports – it’s the only trustworthy, independent reviewer and tester of products – recently found that out of 16 wrinkle, dark circle treatment and eye firming products tested, no matter what price you paid – most expensive one being $96 – all failed to noticeably reduce wrinkles or stop skin aging.

      This safe, totally natural and low cost treatment will quickly return skin to health and give it a radiant and healthy glow.See comments from wannabeblue 28 and Candi:) below.

      wannabeblue28: “Hi Mukunda M. I have just been rubbing my face with oil using my fingers and hands and It has made a HUGE difference in my complexion after just one night. …… My skin looks so much tighter everywhere and i no longer have bags under my eyes! Thank you so much for your post, I have been suffering with acne and under-eye circles since i was young.”

      Candi:) “I tried this a day or 2 ago, OMGosh it workedd out amazingly, thx some much and thx to you who ansered, they were all good answers. =D”

      Treatment:
      It’s a simple, easy, natural and fast working .You will see results even the first day.
      Massage with pure natural oils – extra olive, almond, jojoba and grape seed are excellent. They are noncomedogenic so do not clog pores or cause breakouts.They are renowned for warding off aging.
      They feed and nourish skin many beneficial and revitalizing nutrients that will help rejuvenate it.

      Do a forward and back massage using front and tips of fingers and where you can palms. Do it quite vigorously. Circular massage will not work. To avoid skin pulling, tighten by partially opening mouth and by pulling lips firmly back against teeth. Skin has to adjust so build up day by day to vigorous.
      In just 2 to 3 days(depending on how vigorous you have made it) your skin will develop a glow, skin will tighten and firm, look and feel smoother and revitalized.
      Wish you the best,
      Mukunda.

      SOURCE(S): Many years research, experimentation – safe natural treatments/cures for skin conditions and anti aging/rejuvenation treatments.

  33. Anonymous says:

    Does anyone know a good but cheap natural eye cream?
    For me…well im 17 and i dont have bad dark circles or wrinkles ..the problem is under my eye needs a ‘lift’ becuase i used to squint alot wen i couldn’t get glasses or wen im in the sun so its sagging down…making U’s under my eyes. So a good organic or natural or even a regular eye cream as long as there are no parabens o: is fine thanks!~

    • Chiara says:

      not a cream, but a gel. The body shop’s elderflower eye gel, was something i used when i was your age, and it did work. It reduces puffiness, as well as just feeling good, try it after placing it in the fridge. HTH’s also i hope you got glasses by now~

  34. 6534245 says:

    what can i do for my wrinkly eyelid?
    only one of my eyelids has this problem
    its almost like i have a double eyelid because it sags and has two folds
    im only 14
    can i use an anti-aging cream ?
    and if yes, should i only use it on one eye ?
    im really self-concious about it

    • PeaceHut.com says:

      you can use natural / organic products. my favorite is the Avalon Organic line. you can get those online at peacehut.com or some local health food stores sell them sometimes. i would use it on both eyelids.
      here are some other natural skin care tips:
      Natural Skin Care Tips:
      A daily skin care routine as well as time for yourself is important for a clear complexion: get plenty of rest, eat healthy, Drink 64oz of water daily and try not to stress too much, all of this will help your skin. There are great homemade products for every skin type using ingredients you can find in your kitchen. Or stick with organic products such as Avalon, which is my favorite – other great ideas & organic products at discount prices can be found at peacehut.com as well as Home Made Natural Skin Care Tips.

      Daily Skin Care Routine:
      1) Place a steamy towel over your face for a few moments to open your pores. Not too hot.
      2) Cleanse with Hydrating Cleansing Milk, wash off thoroughly
      3) With cotton ball, apply Organic Vitamin C Balancing Facial Toner
      4) Apply just a little Organic Vitamin C Revitalizing Eye Cream around your eyes
      5) Massage Organic Vitamin C Renewal Facial Cream all over your face
      6) Finish off with Vitamin C Moisture Plus Lotion with SPF 15 to protect your skin from the sun

      Exfoliate then Mask after Cleansing but before Toning

      Exfoliate: If you have sensitive skin, exfoliate once a week. If your skin is oily, exfoliate up to 2x weekly. The top layer of skin forms a protective barrier against the environment. Removing too many cells could increase loss of moisture, cause sensitivity, dryness, & irritation

      Mask: Regular cleansing removes surface dirt, but only a facial mask will actually draw out impurities from beneath top layers of the epidermis. Mask help stimulate blood circulation & leave your skin smoother and softer and helps exfoliate dead skin cells and unclog pores so toning, hydrating & protecting products work effectively. Generally 1-2x per week for dry skin, 2-3x per week if skin is normal or combination, 3-5x per week for oily skin.
      Best wishes ;v

  35. Patricia says:

    Dry rough sagging eyelids?
    I am way to young for wrinkles but I am concerned about my eyes. I have always had really fair skin so you could see a few veins on my eyes but now they are red and old looking and very very rough. When I apply eyeshadow it looks horrible! Is this Eczema? I have been putting on a little bit of cream every day but they still look kinda cracked and red. There not puffy it looks like a normal eyelid its just red and slightly sagging. What is it? And how can I help this go away? Is there some cream for this?
    Thanks in advanced!

  36. ade says:

    is there any good under eye creams for men that help fight saggin skin and puffiness ive tried loads please he?
    hi i have spent lots of money to try to find a cream or gel to help my undereye area reduce sagging and puffiness but to no avail is there any creams that actually work ?

    • sally s says:

      i jus started garnier eye roll on a month ago…. n it was pretty fantastic n easy to use… u don even need to use tht at nite is possible to use it all day long whenever needed…. it has caffein in it that helps relaxing n perfect for stressed out or bad sleepin… im using the green one theres also a yellow one that whiten up a lil but long az im tanned i jus go wiff the green one… :)
      hope it helps………..

  37. na says:

    How to attract this scorpio guy :) ? and does he like me ?
    There is this guy I fancy, I liked him from the moment I saw him he has this calm cool exterior that I like he is very good looking and he is a scorpio sun moon in cancer mercury and venus in libra mars in pisces I am on the other hand is a libra sun, ascendent and mars my mercury is a virgo but nearly a libra and my venus is in scorpio and moon in sag/capricorn. I am really drawn into him I feel this connection although he just takes my order we never talked but I know stuff about him due to facebook :P he is very intelligent and a calm person he likes fishing I never seen him with any girl just as friends. anyways I went to his work place and ask for some forms to work there and I was just telling him I will work in xmas there and teh next day when he saw me he remembered me however its been like 6 days since the last time I sae him and he remembered me and was smiling alot then the next day he saw me he still smiled at me and giving me this weird look and then the next day he was like smiling and looking at me in a weird way again (but good weird) and then when i was ordering I just said umm is it possible to have hip cream on the top of my coffee and he just looked at me and said sure no problem and winked ;) and i was like WTF lool okay and i just smiled then he said am sorry if I may ask what is your name so I can write it down please and I felt he didnt ask other people for there names or maybe he did I dont know anyways and today when I went there my friend told me why when you talk to him he gives this weird look at you like his eyes starts to stare at you for hours look and has this smile. so anyways am just wondering he has my CV and applications but the thing is does he like me ? or wht ? and how would I make him want me :) .

    • Anonymous says:

      be courageous, you have to make a move, try to talk to him, ask him about anything trivial, just make him know that you like him. then either everything will be ok, or if the worst happens, you at least will forget this issue.

  38. . says:

    Eye/eyebrow lift without sugery? (Creams, etc.?)?
    My eye lids kind of sag over my eyes and don’t do anything good for my appearance.
    Is there any type of treatment I could use to change this?

  39. Abby says:

    I am a teen and have small sags under my eyes. How do you get rid of them?
    I am a teenager, and I have small sags under both eyes. I think they might be due to contacts (stretching eyes putting them in) or sleeping late. It is also a bit dark under my eyes.

    Does anyone know how to remove this? I don’t want an anti-aging cream, or anything for old women/men, because I don’t really have wrinkles, just a small sag/wrinkle under my eyes I want to remove. I want something for someone my age, easy to find at most drug stores, and something that will work.

    Keep in mind: It’s just for under my eyes!

    Here’s what my situation kind of looks like:
    http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=1z6z3vk&s=4

    Sorry for the bad drawing, but the pictures online don’t really match my situation. The drawing looks much worse, than the actual condition, because it’s a drawing. But there IS a line like that under my eyes in that location. And it is slightly raised.

    Hope someone could help, thanks!

  40. ade says:

    mens eye cream to reduce under-eye puffiness and sagging?
    i have tried a lot of under eye creams for puffiness and sagging but can not find one that works anyone know of any good ones thanks

    • Chandra says:

      Depends on how much you want to spend “under eye lift” by sudden changes is a decent product but i think “under eye rescue” by Kinerase is one of the best.

  41. Anonymous says:

    A short character study: advice/critiques?
    Alex Montgomery opens his eyes on this particular Sunday morning expecting a day slightly different from all the other days. Lying in bed, he stares at the blurry cream-colored ceiling above and wonders with mild interest whether his birthday cake will be chocolate or vanilla. Then he gropes for his glasses on the bed stand and, with great effort, heaves his bulky body to the edge of the bed. Alex stands only five-foot-six, with a thick, droopy frame and fat arms that hang from his sagging shoulders like two limp tubes of pasta. Both his hair and skin are the pale-brown color of hardened dirt. Without glancing at the clock, he stands up and shuffles slowly to the kitchen.

    His mother stands at the counter, clutching a small, sealed white envelope in her hands. “Happy eighteenth, honey,” she chirps with nervous enthusiasm. “Look what came in the mail today.”
    Alex takes the envelope from her. Printed in small black letters are the words, “Admissions Office, Delaware State College.” This is the only school to which Alex had applied the fall before, and he knows that his chances of getting in are near perfect. His grades are average, and his SAT scores were average. That’s really all a person needs to be accepted at Delaware State. As he hurriedly wedges his finger under the edge of the envelope, a beautiful and familiar vision materializes before him: Alex Montgomery, college student; six feet tall and shapely, surrounded by fun, attractive people and holding a red cup in one hand. Blaring music and the warm chitter-chatter of these attractive people pound in his ears as he anxiously unfolds the letter and scans the first line:

    “Dear Alex Montgomery,
    Congratulations on your acceptance to Delaware State College…”

    Reading these words, Alex is struck by an unexpected dizziness. The illusion scatters and falls to the floor as dust, and a new image takes its place: Alex Montgomery, standing in a vast, white expanse of nothingness, his fat arms hanging at his sides and an expression of dull stupidity upon his face. Alex blinks and the image is gone. He glances toward the faded-blue couch in the living room, the couch where he spends his days playing video games, the couch that awaits his arrival daily yet expects nothing from him. He blinks twice more and looks toward the kitchen counter, at the small pill bottle, stamped on the label with the words, “Prozac/Prescription for Alex Montgomery/Take with meal 2x a day afternoon and evening.” He feels his body begin to sink into the ground as the words take shape in his dry mouth:

    “I didn’t get in.” His mother emits a quiet gasp. He doesn’t look at her. “Sorry, Mom. I’m just not good enough, I guess. I guess I’ll just have to stay at home a while longer.”

    He turns toward his bedroom and is blanketed by a comforting sense of normalcy. Crumpling the letter in his hands, he tosses it into the waste basket on his way out of the kitchen and feels numbly satisfied by the predictability of the months, even years, to come. Returning to his bed, he pulls the thick covers to his neck and drifts into sleep, dreaming of a far-away party, a strange-looking college man, six feet tall and shapely, surrounded by fun, attractive people and holding a red cup in one hand.

    • BookLover47 says:

      I like it I like how the character isn’t perfect like in so many other books. Its interesting and I’d like to find out what will happen

  42. Łive♫ Ł♥ve ♪ Łaugh☺ Łearn ♦ gr☼w says:

    how to get rid of bags under my eyes?
    k so im 13, and my doctor thinks i have fibromayalgia(if i explained everything it would littereally be 15 pages long lol). becuase of that, it makes me not ble to sleep even if i dont know im not sleeping well, something about not getting into a deep-wave sleep or something.

    anyway, i have dark bags under my eyes. not really puffiness, but like dark and the skin like sags and stuff.

    what can i do about this? i’ve been trying the garnier fructis caffeine eye roll-on, and it helps a little, but i still have the bags a lot. what else can i do? obviously, being 13, not many people my age have bags like me. people ask me why i have them, and its really annoying.

    what can i do? please help!

    and ive tried concealer, foundation, the garnier fructis thing, and ya. do you know any eye creams for bags, not so much for puffiness? please tell me if you do!

    • Vulvarose says:

      sorry to hear about your diagnosis. my mom has that, i know it’s very painful.

      as for the bags, you can try soaking some tea bags in cold water and putting them on your eyes for about 15 minutes. you could also try rubbing some lemon juice under there to help with discoloration.

  43. lvnmomma says:

    Does anyone use eye creams like revitalift by loreal? or any eyecreams that work?
    After lack of sleep for almost two years after having a baby, i noticed that my eyelids are sagging and have bags underneath. Do these creams really work? which one would you recommend?

  44. damesbond007 says:

    I am 49 years old and have sagging skin already…………below my eyes/cheeks/chin and neck.?
    Are there any creams to stop or reverse the problem. I am not ready for a facelift.

    • luciano says:

      The purest of pure oils is olive oil – massaging with this oil though can cause a certain friction. Probably applying the oil and letting it soak in, while applying some pressure – doing this overnight would be best, with a bandanna perhaps? In the morning, the massage with leftover oil should be non-irritating (spaeking from a sensitive skin perspective!) Having olive oil as your main cooking ingredient is invaluable though; the good that it does inside will reflect itself outside. Most members of my family that belong to the fair sex look younger than their age and it is due to this healthy culinary habit. And drinking lots of water helps in every way, replenishing the pores.

      In closing, I would be remiss if I did not state that an infinitesimal bit of sagging is no cause for alarm – and it even adds to the ensemble of a lady. The climate we live in ages our skin inexorably, here in North America, on the east coast. However, it remains only traces of wisdom and that is just beautiful.
      Regards.

  45. MiaMia says:

    What cream can i use for the wrinkles and sagging around my?
    mouth area. I am very conerned about the lines and sagging skin around my mouth. Im 29 years old and I dont know what to use for this. cAn I use eye wrinkle cream for this? Any suggestions would be great thanks!!