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From: Peter Lamas (peter.lamasbeauty.com)
Subject: Re: Question About Eye Creams?
Date: January 26, 2006 at 4:03 pm PST

In Reply to: Question About Eye Creams? posted by Amanda on January 16, 2006 at 10:20 pm:

I am not aware of the suggestion that "eye products can age the skin" but am aware that certain ingredients in some products do seem to enhance fine lines thereby creating the appearance of aging skin tissue under the eye area. I commonly find this in many concealers and some under eye creams that seam to make a crapey look (were the tissue looks dry, lines are more prominent and saggy tissue). The theory that applying eye creams can stretch the skin and make you look older has some truth to it but this is caused by your finger...not the product. The skin around the eyes is the most sensitive and the first to begin early signs of aging so you want to start using a good eye cream in your early 20's, if not sooner, and when you apply anything to the eye area you want to be very gentle by applying little pressure, with no rubbing, instead you should dab the product with you four finger (next to the pinky) as it is the less dominant and you will notice is much gentler than the others. I highly recommend you consider the Pro-Vita C Eye Maintenance Gel if you are seeking a good eye gel; this is an excellent product and you will notice firming action almost immediate. I use this before my speaking appearances because I travel a great deal and often suffer with jetlag but with this product I notice the inflammation under my eyes and puffy eyelids is reduced almost immediately. I can assure you neither of my eye creams will age the skin...they perform just the opposite.
I do hope this can be of help and please write back if I can be of further assistance.

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