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aanzel

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Me too Jordanne!  I'm new to this site as well and I'm in the same position.  I'm 36 and would love to thicken the skin under my eyes as well as improve the texture of it.  What products should we use?  I'm dying to give it a try...
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Our Bright-I contains EGF, or you can try let's make collagen serum.
aanzel

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Should I use them together?  Do you ship to the UK?
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Absolutely use them together.  I put on the LMC first around my eyes and let that dry then layer bright-i over it.  It's great!
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Skin Actives do post to the UK (or you can try http://www.activeformulas.com which are fully supported by Skin Actives).

Also you can later LMC and Bright-I. I use the serum over my whole face and sweep it onto the eye area. You don't need to use that much.

Its worth giving these products a go for thickening the skin under the eyes. You aren't going to get miracles, especially if the fat from under the skin has decreased, however, I do think these help. 

Incidentally I did have problems having injections and ended up with an edema (although I don't think the forum is the place to go into injectables).

You can also give the impression of thicker skin by using some makeup with light reflecting pigments, such as Touche Eclat on top of Bright-I.
aanzel

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Thanks Mark!  Have you seen an improvement from LMC?  If so, what percentage would you say?
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I have very little eye bags and there are just started and I also would like to thicken skin under my eyes. I have chosen these products..plz guide me..are these are OK for me..??  Do you ship to India..?.
.Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C)

dePuff for Eyes Concentrate

Epidermal Growth Factor BT

Collagen Serum - Let's Make Collagen


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I suggest let's make collagen serum.

Please note that "bags" under the eyes are natural and depend on your family heritage, not much you can do about them.



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I'm not sure why anyone would want to 'thicken' the skin under their eyes? Wouldn't that just produce DEEPER wrinkles on THICKER skin? If people are naturally thin-skinned under their eyes, I would conclude that one would want to strengthen the skin structure and renew the skin by increasing skin-cell turn-over while keeping moisture content in tact. Chas serum is great for this very thing. 



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Skin in some areas of our face gets thinner as we age. Around the eyes, that means that blood vessels become more apparent.
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