LuckyWinter

Honest advice on skincare?

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Hello there! i've been using a normal moisturizer for quite a while, but as the time pass, I realize that i have some strange wrinkles around my eyes, and that I have some semi-deep wrinkles on my forehead. Should I do something about this now? do you guys have an idea of a product I could use for both problems? the deep wrinkles are on my forehead and between my eyebrows, which makes me look a bit angry! There is so many products out there that I just don't know what to choose, or if i should go with two different products for those two problems. Some peoples might not consider this "bad" because I'm only 17. But if i compare those wrinkles with my mom ones, its actually quite bad! And I would rather get rid of it before it gets too bad, or at least stop / slow down the process. I was actually looking at Lancome Rénergie Lift Multi-Action Eye. Anyone tried that? Thanks for any advice! :smileyhappy: I appreciate it <3

Clakent

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Could be frown lines, I suggest using antiaging products that are plumping and moisturising like Monsia skincare renewal system. Your skin starts aging in your 20s so it's fine to start a bit early, I did!

LuckyWinter

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Thanks for the advice :smileyhappy: Did it work well for you? did the effect wears off if you stopped using the product?

Cyll

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They definitely sound like frown lines. I'm in school for nursing but I have a degree in nutrition, I found an article you might find interesting. It's a TCM article. (http://kimberlysnyder.net/blog/2009/12/05/how-our-face-reveals-how-healthy-our-organs-are/#i.12xqsij...

I've also had the liberty to try a PTR product called Instant Firmx. It feels like a face lift (not that I've had a face lift) but it pulls your face back, you should go to Sephora & request a sample and see if it helps tighten the area. I used it & had an allergic reaction but I'm sensitive to a lot of products. PTR also has the Firmx for eyes as well

LuckyWinter

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Thanks for the advice :smileyhappy: Yeah I frown a lot which is a bad habit! But my mom does the exact same thing and I can't help it! :smileytongue: The only problem is that I'm going to sephora in about 2 months, and well if theres happen to be sales coming, I would like to order a product for my problem right away. since I need nothing else at the moment :smileyhappy: Any other peoples got experience with that? Thanks!

ChicDabbler

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Well, if you are "too young to have wrinkles", then maybe the wrinkes on your forehead are from different causes? Do you sleep face down or in a way where the pillow leaves creases? Do you frown a lot?

 

Usually wrinkles come from dehydration or loss of collagen as you age, and the treatment differs depending on the cause. Since that's not your case, then I'm not sure. I do know that a lot of anti-aging moisturizers are very thick/rich, you might be oily enough that you can use an anti-aging serum and skip the moisturizer.

LuckyWinter

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I do frown a lot, Im the kind of person that really have lots of emotions haha, so yes I smile and move my face more than the average person, but its funny because when I look at my mom, between my eyebrows, the lines are exactly the same! on one side its more angled, same for my mom! So I guess its really just because I smile and do faces a lot. So yeah, I would really like something against that so that I don't end up with deep lines like my mom. Because my mom right now been trying to get rid of them forever. and nothing been working, so I would rather avoid theses! Scary :smileysad:

LuckyWinter

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Oh I forgot to add that I have oily skin! :smileyhappy:

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