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09-25-2016 07:57 PM
Has anyone found a good eye cream or serum to address the hollowing that happens in the eye area? I am considering trying Isomers redensify eye serum, but would appreciate any suggestions.
09-25-2016 08:28 PM
I firmly believe that if you really have a problem with darkness from hollowing out, there is nothing topical, other than trying to conceal it, that will reduce or eliminate them. I think that there might be procedures that could help, but not any cream or serum. Sorry. :-(
09-25-2016 08:28 PM
I was born with deep-set, hollow eyes. If there was a serum for this......I surely would have found it by now. Best cosmetic fix -- a dot of very pale (even pearl or metallic) eyeshadow dead center above your upper lashes.
09-25-2016 08:48 PM
I used to love all Isomers products, but lately I find them to be ineffective! I agree, most topical help will come in form of makeup! I used to have such dark circles people thought I was being abused! I tried everything as well! Then I was diagnosed with sleep apnea and began sleeping with a Cpap every night! That helped tremendously! Within weeks I saw improvement! My suggestion is to keep trying to find one! But, also make sure to eat a well balanced diet and try to get plenty of calm, restful sleep! Use lavender and hot baths before bedtime to help with sleep. If you have difficulty eating a balanced diet, ask your doctor to recommend a multi vitamin! Oh, if you do find one, please share with us!
09-27-2016 02:31 PM
09-28-2016 02:19 AM
@Mitchell, I'm in the same boat. Eye creams may help a bit (I use isomers all in one eye, mesmereyz and Redensify eye) but fillers are the only thing that will really make a noticeable difference. I've also tried the tria laser and nuface. Also, after correcting my circles with a pink toned corrector, I tap a bit of illuminating product directly on the under eye "ridge" to visually bring the sunken area forward. It all helps, but I think I'll try fillers over the holidays...
09-28-2016 03:44 AM - edited 09-28-2016 09:26 AM
@Mitchell You want to look for a product that contains Haloxyl, to lighten the darkened area around your eyes. Haloxyl is an ingredient comprised of several other ingredients (water, Glycerin, Steareth-20, Hydroxysuccinimide, Chrysin, Palmitoyl Oligopeptide and Palmitoyl Tetrapeptide-7), made by Sederma. According to an article I read, it should be included at a minimum 2% concentration. I'd recommend you try Skinn Hylighten to address your concern. It has a concentration of 10%. Dimitri James, owner and creator of Skinn Cosmetics, made the product for a niece of his and it worked for her. Keep in mind, nothing happens overnight. You need to be consistent and results may take time. Hang in there.
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