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Need Evaluation: Dryness with flaking skin around the eyes could be related to excema or ocular allergies if you are rubbing your eyes frequently. Or a localized dry area could be a sign of an early skin cancer. I would recommend seeing an ophthalmologist for a evaluation. Additional be careful with applying any cream too close to the eye as this can cause eye irritation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
OTC eyelid creams?: Dr ordon offers a good option.Get a more detailed answer ›
No: Anti-wrinkle cream can cause irritation. Typically steroids are used to treat inflammatory conditions including eczema. Sometimes eczema can be confused with blepharitis which responds well to warm soaks and lid scrubs with baby shampoo. Sometimes refresh pm (vaseline for the eyes) can help on the skin. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Prescribed nystatin ointment for my eyelid &outside corner of eye area. The pharmacy instructions specify to avoid eye. Is it safe 2 use around eye?
Will mixing tazorac (tazarotene) with under eye moisture cream help with tightening under my eyes and filling in wrinkles around my eyes?
Retinoids Work!: Yes it will work, absolutely, it is long term, and retin-a, a closely related product is actually one of the very few fda approved anti-wrinkle creams! you must be careful with it though, it is a mild acid, and can burn your skin, especially in the sun. Start out by using it every other day mixed in a very small amount, mixed with your regular moisturizing cream. I give this to all my patients. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The dark circles: under the eyelid indicates capillary leakage from histamine release due to allergies cause the swelling. With chronic capillary permeability, red blood cells leak and stain the skin leaving a darker pigmented appearance. If your treatments are not working then seeing an allergist for definitive treatment should be your next step. Eye creams may only treat the signs temporarily. ...Read more
Sleep: Works the best. There are a lot of creams out there. What is simple and works best (and cheaper) is argan oil or even extra virgin olive oil. Both are well absorbed and don't cause breakouts. You can get argan oil from a fancy mall store or on amazon or similar, it doesn't have to have fancy packaging to be good. Good luck. ...Read more
A lot of options: You can first try staying out of the sun as often as possible, always wear sunscreen, don't smoke, get a good amount of sleep, sleep on your back, try not to squint, if you need reading glasses get some, don't over-wash your face, use a moisturizer, lay off the coffee and try cocoa instead, and eat healthier foods. I hope this helped :]. ...Read more
Should i put hair removal cream under my eye skin to remove the fine lines? As dermalogist said nothing is possible as lines are below the eye lash?
Irritating to eye: Hair removal cream is almost certainly going to cause a lot of irritation if it gets in the eye. And it will not remove wrinkles, as it is designed to remove hair - totally different. Consider a professional dermabraision or chemical peel if you want to get wrinkles removed. But don't go to a unlicensed pseudo-professional! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is more beneficial for under eye dryness: eye cream with hyaluronic acid or eye cream with peptides?
Hyaluronic acid: If there is sufficient hyaluronic acid to cause skin hydration, that would be the preferred product. There will not be enough peptides in any formulation to be helpful and peptides will not hydrate or be absorbed in any way. They are totally a marketing ploy with no value. ...Read more
Wrinkles/new line/dark circkle under my right eye only after using a new eye cream for 3 weeks. The wrinkle seems to be getting permanent. Help :(
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