Dr Perricone Acyl-Glutathione Eye lid serum: Does it work?

Has anyone tried the Dr Perricone Acyl-Glutathione Eye Lid Serum? My dad has hooded eyes and im only 14 but I already have really hooded eyes and wrinkles and dryness that wont go a way, plus dark cirlcles. Does this actually LIFT the eye lids? What are its effects on wrinkles and drak circles, and moisture? Thanks!

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Hey there Cassie FM,


I totally understand your concern, I know and work with many woman who naturally have hooded lids. Often times this is brought on through heredity. 


Eye gels, and creams will provide you with moisture and prevent future damage. 


Given your young youthful age I would say to start off using something designed for your current skin type and age. 


If your heart is set on Dr. Perricon Acyl-Glutathione I would encourage you to try a sample and see if it works well with your skin.


Here are a few alternatives that will help with the dryness and help alleviate some of those fine lines that your seeing. 



Ole Henriksen ultimate lift eye gel




Dior Hydra Life eye creme





Sephora collection Instant depuffing eye gel




Gilbert S

Sephora PRO


Hi.  I recently bought this after trying a sample and I must say I love it.  It is spendy, but about a quarter of a pump works for me.  It instantly lifts and tightens and the skin actually feels tight all day.  I do not know if this is something that will help the problem or just makes it look better and more lifted while you use it or if it lifts more over time.  I use it for undereye puffiness as well and it has worked great and I pair Skyn Icelandic eye cream over it for the dark circles.  My puffiness and circles are now gone after about three weeks of use and I only use the Perricone in the am.

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