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  • #837176 Reply

    Do you wear sunglasses? That would help. I’m going to have to try the Aveeno.

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    Copa
    Copa
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    I don’t use an eye cream. When I put on sunscreen, I use it all over including the under eye area. My under eye circles are dark, but in terms of wrinkles around the eye area, things are still looking pretty good for me.

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    Kate

    The Aveeno one is great, but it is probably best for pretty dry skin. If you want something a little lighter, Olay Regenerist Micro-Sculpting Cream SPF 30 is awesome too.

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    TheLadyE
    TheLadyE

    I should say I have zero wrinkles around my eyes and I’m 36. I have some darkness under my eyes and wrinkles on my forehead (ugh, nothing is getting rid of those that I’ve tried) but no wrinkles around the eyes. So far.

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    Ale
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    I don’t have wrinkles around the eyes and I’m 33. But my prescribed sunscreen burns when it gets in my eyes. So I heard that there were eye creams or serums with spf. I apply sunscreen under my eyes but not on my eyelids or on the corners of my eyes. When it gets in my eyes, I cry for at least an hour.
    I use sunglasses but not as often as I should. I read an article recently that said that most expensive wrinkle creams for the eyes and all of that are a scam and that what we should really be using in that area is sunscreen.

    This one sounds interesting
    https://www.amazon.com/Supergoop-Advanced-Anti-Aging-Cream-Peptide/dp/B00CHOJ2E2/ref=sr_1_5?keywords=eye+cream+spf&qid=1552593868&s=gateway&sr=8-5

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    cdobbs

    if you don’t mind shopping online check out http://www.theordinary.com they have super high quality products but at unbelievably low prices….i have rosacea and so i use their mineral based sunscreen that also contains antioxidants….costs $9.70 (Canadian) and if you spend about $35 the shipping is free….i’ve also used their vitamin C serum….they have won a ton of beauty awards (even Kim Kardashian is a fan)….Este Lauder even invested in the company…..my skin also tends to be oily/shiny and so i look for products that don’t make me all shiny and their products give a nice matte finish and perfect under makeup

    #837312 Reply

    I love the Ordinary. I use a lot of their products, but I haven’t tried their sunscreen.
    It’s also sold from Sephora now.

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    cdobbs

    Oh good to know that I can buy The Ordinary at Sephora….we have one at a mall near where I live

    #837319 Reply

    I think it’s online only.

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    Miel
    Miel
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    I would really focus on wearing sunglasses more often. UV rays can age the skin, sure, but most importantly they can damage your vision and increase your chance of getting cataracts and age-related macular degeneration! So really, this is a two-bird one stone problem. Sunglasses!!

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    cdobbs

    oh….i’ll probably buy direct from The Ordinary’s website since they offer free shipping 🙂

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    em

    Elta MD makes a great spf 45 for acne prone skin which I’ve sworn by for years. They make other types of spf 45, too but I’ve only used the acne one.

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