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Under eye wrinkles at 35

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Hi ladies 

long time no chat. I’m back and now I’m keen and I’m serious about removing my under eye wrinkles. I’m turning 36 this month and I want to look younger.

my wrinkles aren’t that deep but obvious enough when I wear foundation because it seeps into the creases (and I can’t live without covering my face)

what are my options? I organised a consult with a doctor at laser clinic in Sydney...

not sure what the options Are and a little lost with different types eg filler Botox and different brands etc @donatella I remember u were the queen for info and insight on this stuff would love some guidance I’ll attach a pic of the mess with my foundation on (but the pic doesn’t show how bad it looks in real life basically the undereye looks dry even tho apply all the creams and oils imaginable).D4A7E958-61D3-47F2-925A-CFBABF5BF3EB.thumb.jpeg.ba74d9e5eabb334ea534df7a437554e8.jpeg

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I am 35 too and I have exactly the same issue and I've been to three different top clinics in Melbourne and they have all told me that there is nothing that can be done for under eye wrinkles!  I keep thinking that there must be something that can be done because you don't see celebrities with lines under their eyes.

My wrinkles are directly under my eyes, not crows feet.  Like you, the makeup and concealer makes them look worse.  They make me look so old and tired.  The people I consulted all said that you can't do botox under the eyes, only in crow's feet, and filler under the eyes only works if you are hollow in that area, which I am not.  One guy suggested some micro needling or laser to improve the skin firmness but he implied that it was quite expensive for the minimal result that I'd achieve. 

I'm very interested if anyone on here has any solutions!  

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I am 44 years old and I use The Ordinary's product which is the caffeine eye solution. I also use The Body Shop's vitamin C serum + Neutragena's eye wrinkle cream. I also use a face primer + eye primer before I wear makeup and it does make a big difference to the skin. I haven't gone down the cosmetic surgery track for eyes. I also ensure I drink plenty of water during the day as well as having a nutritious diet to help with the skin. I also use a collagen powder in my daily Nutribullet. I am still getting wrinkles of course...…..but I find with my dry skin I have to work harder with helping it stay hydrated. Hope that helps a bit.

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Thanks hun for the advice

On 5/20/2019 at 8:43 PM, MissS said:

I am 35 too and I have exactly the same issue and I've been to three different top clinics in Melbourne and they have all told me that there is nothing that can be done for under eye wrinkles!  I keep thinking that there must be something that can be done because you don't see celebrities with lines under their eyes.

My wrinkles are directly under my eyes, not crows feet.  Like you, the makeup and concealer makes them look worse.  They make me look so old and tired.  The people I consulted all said that you can't do botox under the eyes, only in crow's feet, and filler under the eyes only works if you are hollow in that area, which I am not.  One guy suggested some micro needling or laser to improve the skin firmness but he implied that it was quite expensive for the minimal result that I'd achieve. 

I'm very interested if anyone on here has any solutions!  

 So I found out I can do co2 Fraxel which is basically puncturing deep into the skin to force collagen to happen but there is down time of 9 days 

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