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Any good afordable eye creams you like?

I am 28 and just starting noticing my crow's feet starting to get deeper. I've been using Aveda Tourmaline eye cream/gel for a while and I guess I'm looking for something a bit more "active." I've been looking around and found Olay's Regenerist, anyone have luck with that stuff or anything else? I'm hoping to not spend more than $30.00 but if there is something you LOVE please share!Thank you in advance

Wed. Jun 6, 6:21pm

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I use ROC brand eye cream. It's hydrating and sinks into your skin. I feel like it helps out with smoothing out the lines. It costs about $20.00 for .5ml and it lasts me a while.
I've never tried the Olay Regenerist but I too am curious.

Wednesday, June 06, 2007, 6:24 PM

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Two that I love
1. low budget - around $20.00 is ROC anti-wrinkle cream for eyes. light cream
2. Estee Lauder intensive eye around $60.00 (worth it). Light gel like formula

Careful you don't choose one too heavy you're still young. Look for one that has retinol in it.

Wednesday, June 06, 2007, 6:26 PM

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Just sunscreen, plenty of water, no smoking and proper sunglasses. Genetics also plays a huge roll in skin overall.

Over the counter cremes say "reduces the appearance of". Not simply "reduces". You can plump them up with product but they will always be there. When the creme wears off, you will still see the wrinkles.

Try to avoid getting them in the first place and you will be much better off.

The sun plays a huge roll in this. Avoid it whenever possible.

Wednesday, June 06, 2007, 6:30 PM

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Check out for lots of good info as well as affordable products!

Wednesday, June 06, 2007, 6:45 PM

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i use arbonne RE9 products... they aren't exactly affordable, but they work great and the bottles last a long time, so considering how long they last they arent *that* expensive.

Wednesday, June 06, 2007, 7:59 PM

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I second I was just about to suggest it when I saw someone else did. It is a very informative website. Don't be swayed by the fact that she has her own product line. She gives you all the information you need to make the right choice even if it is not her own product.

Wednesday, June 06, 2007, 8:24 PM

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OP here

Wow, thanks a ton for your suggestions. I'm checking out and arbonne RE9 products online to see what the deal is.
Head's up. I'm not naive when it comes to skincare products, I understand most of it is advertising and marketed to give you a miracle, that's why I'm asking you gals for you're honest opinions. I do wear SPF 45+ everday and have since I was 16 and I do wear large sunglasses, have never smoked and drink PLenty of water everyday. I understand that preventing them is the key and I have never been a "sun-worshiper" but sometimes I feel like I could use an extra "oomph" in the hydration dept. My mother always looked younger than her age so I guess that's a good thing but I would like to do something good for the skin around my just looks thirsty. After all, water, I agree is great but I need something topical to help "up the anty."

Thursday, June 07, 2007, 1:06 AM

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I like Olay products in general. But I have not done a LOT of shopping around. I also use a sunscreen moisturizer as well, and put it on my eyelids, too.

Tons of water, and I consume a good bit of flaxseed oil and also olive oil in my diet

Thursday, June 07, 2007, 5:58 AM

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I started using gel around my eyes this year (when I was 28, also!) I can't remember exactly what it's called, but it's a clear gel by Olay and it comes in a little pot (like a lipgloss sized pot). So far it's helped keep that area a lot less dry and I don't notice the little wrinkles as much. Now I need something dramatic for the deep forehead wrinkle in between my eyebrows...... :(

Thursday, June 07, 2007, 11:17 AM

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I use the ROC cream also and have been for years - fantastic stuff. But also wear sunglasses constantly and get plenty of sleep and water.

Thursday, June 07, 2007, 5:11 PM

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