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Kim, you mentioned wrinkly skin above your eyes( lids, etc.). What has helped me most in that area is definately the LMC serum. It has smoothed out many of those wrinkles and it makes my skin in this area look a lot more hydrated. Have you tried that yet?
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Not yet but it is on it's way this week.  I should get it in a day or so.

I noticed yesterday when I put on my Bright I cream and my anti age cream the skin all around my eyes was burning and throughout the day if I rubbed or touched the skin on my eyes and around them it burned.  That was weird.  This morning I washed my face and used my DMAE on chest, neck and face and even eyes and no burn.  I did the lash serum and it stung a little.  Then I did my ELS and dabbed onto my eye area and no burn but then I dabbed a touch of Bright I cream and ouch!  so I washed that off and started over with just the ELS.  I put ELS with anti age all over except my eyes and that feels fine but just around my eye area burns when I put any cream.  I wonder if the preservatives are bothering me.  The skin in general is just sensitive now.  bummer.  the rest of my face feels fine. 


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BTW, kimgranger, I notice you found an avatar to add - nice !!

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Oh!  thank you!,  yes i did.  It actually is my logo for my business.  I love how it looks so I though I will put that up until I get a nice pic of myself. 

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Not yet but it is on it's way this week.  I should get it in a day or so.

I noticed yesterday when I put on my Bright I cream and my anti age cream the skin all around my eyes was burning and throughout the day if I rubbed or touched the skin on my eyes and around them it burned.  That was weird.  This morning I washed my face and used my DMAE on chest, neck and face and even eyes and no burn.  I did the lash serum and it stung a little.  Then I did my ELS and dabbed onto my eye area and no burn but then I dabbed a touch of Bright I cream and ouch!  so I washed that off and started over with just the ELS.  I put ELS with anti age all over except my eyes and that feels fine but just around my eye area burns when I put any cream.  I wonder if the preservatives are bothering me.  The skin in general is just sensitive now.  bummer.  the rest of my face feels fine. 

LMC under the eyes.............nothing like it!  Put whatever you like over this serum - maybe for you ELS? 


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What is LMC?
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"Let's make collagen", the old name for our collagen serum. My idea about names is that they will tell you what the product does.
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I couldn't really see any difference after using the bright-I cream or serum but have noticed an improvement after adding these actives into the bright-I cream:

green tea extract (caffeine)
butcher's broom
chyrsin
amla
alpha lipoic acid
centella asiatica
pine bark proanthocyanidins
green tea extract (egcg)
resveratrol
natural active peptides
gaba
beta glucan
CoQ10
hesperidine
glucosamine
allantoin
sas depuff
dermagen
egf

I add fairly large amounts maybe too much but it has improved
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That is what DIY is for: to personalize the formulations so that they work for your skin.

But the name of this topic is not very good, because Bright-I works for so many people.
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Would Amla Extract work in Bright-I?  I bought some of that and can't remember why at this point.  If it works, how much would I mix into it? 
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