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Under eye wrinkles tips?

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I'm in my young 20s and the lines under my eyes are starting to get really deep, I know this is heredity so I'm starting to look at options but I'm really lost. I moisturize and concentrate on the area multiple times a day & apply Vaseline but nothing is helping. It's really ruining makeup looks because putting even light makeup on totally exaggerates it. 

I've been told Botox would help relax the muscles around my eyes, but the issue is that the creases are very prominent regardless of whether I'm squinting or not. Does anyone have any guidance or procedures I could look into to help? I've tried tear trough filler, but that doesn't help much with the wrinkles.

My under eyes look very similar to this photo: Tips-to-remove-undereye-wrinkles-620x350

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I am not a skin expert. But one thing that comes to mind is hydration and nutrition. Do you drink enough water during the day? Is your diet healthy? Also are you using the right creams suitable for your particular skin? I am in my 40's and I have naturally dry skin. But I try to have a diet that is free from a lot of processed foods particularly sugars. I also don't have much alcohol. I have to layer my creams on my face morning and night to help hydrate the top layer of the skin.

Another thought - how do you sleep? Are  you a tummy sleeper? This may affect wrinkles on the face and neck. You may have to invest in a silk or satin pillow case.

Just my thoughts.

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I would have to agree with @pink butterfly i too am also in my 40s and try to drink lots of water, and i too layer my moisturizer and eye serum,  i am using the skin physics super lift  and the Dragons blood range at the moment and they seem to be helping but i think if i wanted to remove the wrinkles then it would definitely be botox for me or an eye lift . 

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16 hours ago, pink butterfly said:

I am not a skin expert. But one thing that comes to mind is hydration and nutrition. Do you drink enough water during the day? Is your diet healthy? Also are you using the right creams suitable for your particular skin? I am in my 40's and I have naturally dry skin. But I try to have a diet that is free from a lot of processed foods particularly sugars. I also don't have much alcohol. I have to layer my creams on my face morning and night to help hydrate the top layer of the skin.

Another thought - how do you sleep? Are  you a tummy sleeper? This may affect wrinkles on the face and neck. You may have to invest in a silk or satin pillow case.

Just my thoughts.

I drink a ton of water, and I eat very well at the moment (fitness focus at the moment). I have to admit I am a tummy sleeper, I'm willing to try anything so I'll definitely invest in a pillow case!

16 hours ago, Wanting boobs said:

I would have to agree with @pink butterfly i too am also in my 40s and try to drink lots of water, and i too layer my moisturizer and eye serum,  i am using the skin physics super lift  and the Dragons blood range at the moment and they seem to be helping but i think if i wanted to remove the wrinkles then it would definitely be botox for me or an eye lift . 

Yeah I'm looking for something more procedural, I know there's the option of eye lift but I'd rather not go down that route while in my 20s. I'm not very educated on things like lazer or what not, so aside from creams I'm not sure what my options are.

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