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21-12-2007
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I think heard Clarins has some good eye creams. Does anybody have any experience?
I have their Extra-Firming Eye Contour Cream. It's decent, but that's not promising to you. I know to see results you must apply every day and I dont because I'm always so exhausted from exercising or school or etc..but I go through quite the routine at night because that's when I cleanse and exfoliate and mask and serums and then night cream, and I'm OCD so when it comes to applying the eye cream it takes me too long and I'm way too tired to keep standing up. As I have suggested in the past go to a Clarins counter and ask for a sample of their eye cream. I dont know if they have one of the cream I use, but if you happen to bring along a little jar you could fill that up.
An eye cream I do love for moisturizing the eye area is La Prairie's Cellular Eye Contour Cream. It's very hydrating.

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I'm only 21, but I am noticing fine lines under my eyes (lack of sleep, school, etc). Do you think La Prairie's Cellular Eye Contour Cream can smooth those out or am I out of luck?

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I'm only 21, but I am noticing fine lines under my eyes (lack of sleep, school, etc). Do you think La Prairie's Cellular Eye Contour Cream can smooth those out or am I out of luck?
nothing will smooth the out permanently. Apparently even the best anti-wrinkle cream just puffs up your skin for a while. Apparently the only thing that is effective is retin A.

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Thanks yanka. I'll look into that and talk to my derm

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Thanks yanka. I'll look into that and talk to my derm
yeah, go to the makeaupalley.com, they have tons of information on that.

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