Do eye creams really work?

posted 3 months ago in Wellness
Post # 48
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2391 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: August 2016

futuremrs2020 :  Oh, the Iope skin softener…I’m going to need a supplier for that.  I got mine last Christmas from a friend in Cali.  He sent me a huge box of K-Beauty products.  I still have about 40% left..the 5 oz bottle lasts a long time.

Also if you’re getting in to K-Beauty, I’d suggest you not try all the products at once.  Start one at a time and give it about 3-4 weeks to see if it does anything for you.  That way, you’ll be able to tell if you have any irritation or sensitivities to a certain product.

Another tip: You want to tap your products on instead of rubbing it in.  More absorption, less product waste. wink

sweatergal007 :  Oh no…fingers crossed!!

Post # 51
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2567 posts
Sugar bee

alfalfasprout10518 :  It’s not the years, it’s the mileage. Right now my lower back has a little twinge. Unfortunately they don’t make a cream for younger more supple backs. Damn.

glutton fillers are like restylane. They absorb over time I believe, but the thought is they puff out the wrinkles. My Cali cousins are big on them, I remain skeptical…And scared lol.

wildflowerz :  I like tretinoin too, but it really shouldn’t be used if someone is pregnant or trying to be pregnant. I feel obligated to point this out, as a lot of bees are of childbearing age.

Post # 52
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2567 posts
Sugar bee

honeybee26 :  Yes! I’m a big fruit eater. Lunch today was 5 clementines lol. I’m not as good on vegetables, but I’m trying. It doesn’t help that I like to eat raw veggies with sour cream and onion dip.

Post # 53
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1688 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: April 2018

sunburn :   Souzie :  wow.  You are both beautiful! Im 27 and I think i look older than both of you!

I still have acne and am starting to get wrinkles.  Best of both worlds! 😭😭😭

So mainly commenting to follow.

Post # 54
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2391 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: August 2016

youngbrokebride :  Thank you <3

Stop it…I think I remember seeing your wedding photos.  You are gorgeous and your dress was lovely!!

Post # 56
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547 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2016

alfalfasprout10518 :  I think it took a whole syring of filler so it cost about $800. It doesnt hurt at all but I do have a pretty high pain tolerance. She used a cannula so there was only one prick to break the skin (which I didn’t find painful) and then they thread the cannula under the skin and place the filler through that. You can feel some movement and pressure here and there so it feels weird, but it definitely doesn’t hurt.

jannigirl :  Let me look on my phone to see if I have a decent pic I can use for my “before”. 

Post # 58
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9704 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 2010

sunburn :  

Fillers, yup.  Done that, too.  Very pretty effect and good for a couple of years. Another thing no one other than a board certified cosmetic surgeon will do to my face.  There are horror stories.

As for Retin-A, I’ve been ordering it from India for years. And Latisse (Careprost), $20 a bottle. Never a problem, and I have extremely sensitive skin.

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