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lilac

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Hello,
I've been using bright-i cream for almost 5 months and don't think it's right for me.  I don't have dark circles or bags.  My problems is that I have lots of fine lines criss-crossing under my eyes, kind of looks like wrinkled paper.  I always think that if only I could find something to smooth and plump them up a little and add moisture that it would help.  I'm looking for some instant, temporary type results (so my makeup doesn't settle in the lines) as well as something that will keep my eye area from aging more on a long term basis. 
I'm a newbie too, just have used the ready made stuff.  I use the LMCS, BKRW (daytime), Twilight cream (night) and European cream.  If it was a DIY recipe to try, it'd have to be easy and only a few ingredients.  By the way, I'm 42 and the rest of my face doesn't look as old as my eye area. 

I'd love to hear some feedback.  Thanks!

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It may have to do with "dryness", because you are already using all the right products. Maybe Twilight at night, collagen serum during the day and ELS serum layered on top will do the trick.
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Lilac,
I'm a newbie as well and have the same problems. I've recently lost some weight and it's showing up in my face particularly around the eyes. On top of that my face has been soooo dry this winter! It's been hard to keep in moisturized and foundation seems to make things look worse too.
I just got my products in the mail and am using just as Hanna suggests, Twilight at night and collagen serum during the day w/ ELS. I'm also trying Be Kind Rewind during the day on top of the collagen/els

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Same here. Oily skin with a horizontal wrinkle on the forehead and some fine lines under my eyes. Since I don't have dark circles, and my complexion is even, I stopped using foundation years ago because it made me look older. I usually don't wear make up at all, but if I must (for a weeding or something like that), I only use lipstick and blush on my cheeks. I don't like mascara, but that's me. People think I'm wearing make up even when I'm not wearing anything.

If the weather is cold and/or dry, I apply ELS on top of BKRW or Mito cream. If not, I apply Dream cream only on the lower lid (the upper is oily, the lower is dry - go figure!), the neck and decollete.




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Thanks for the feedback!  I will definitely add ELS and maybe some of the other suggested items (dream cream, Mito cream).
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I am new here as well and you guys talk too <<fast>> for me, so I would like to know what could I use for my eyes and for my face:

About my skin (can be seen in the photo):

-I am 38 yo
-I have combination skin with a redness tendency
-I do not have dark circle or bags undereye
-My skin undereye is soft and it has all kind of fine lines and a begining of crow's-feet
-The skin on my cheeks shows signs of wrinkles

My goal:

-To prevent those wrinkles to get more pronounced and eventually to diminish visibly their appearance, a very good moisturizing, something against the redness.

I would also like too know if it is the time to start using firming and lifting creams and what woud be the one tu use.

thanks a lot and I appreciate your answers!

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I think all you need for your eyes is collagen serum and Vitamin A cream.

Suggestions, anybody?
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I think all you need for your eyes is collagen serum and Vitamin A cream.

Suggestions, anybody?


great! so I just buy these 2 products and put them on my eyes? sorry if i put stupid questions, but I know nothing about skin care.


I read on the internet about the DIY kit sold by SAS and people are really pleased with it, but before I venture myself into that I prefer the pre-mixed cream [smile]

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I think all you need for your eyes is collagen serum and Vitamin A cream.

Suggestions, anybody?


can I mixed them together to make one product?

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No. Our formulations are carefully designed so that the activity of the ingredients will last for at least 6 months. Mixing ready-mixed products may affect activity.
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