What is a good DIY under eye wrinkle treatment?

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  1. stricktlydating profile image83
    stricktlydatingposted 3 years ago

    What is a good DIY under eye wrinkle treatment?

    Have you had success with a DIY treatment for under eye wrinkles?

  2. ChristinS profile image45
    ChristinSposted 3 years ago

    I have a bottle of hyaluronic acid serum that I mix with a bit of vitamin C serum and it works wonders. hyaluronic acid is part of connective tissues and it holds moisture, vitamin c protects from damage and brightens the skin.  I do this twice a day, a few drops of each and it soaks right into the skin.   I have no wrinkles to speak of and I'm almost 42, some of this may be genetic though as many women in my family tend to age well.  I also use plain coconut oil to moisturize every so often when needed.  I don't use chemical creams and potions full of alcohols and other drying ingredients and I make my own soap - so that also helps.

    1. stricktlydating profile image83
      stricktlydatingposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Thank you for sharing your tips Christin!

  3. Grace Conrad profile image61
    Grace Conradposted 3 years ago

    the eye area is the very first place we see the signs of again.  The skin surrounding our eyes is extremely delicate and prone to note only collagen loss but to dryness as well.  The beauty industry is home to thousands of eye wrinkle "cures" which not only are costly, but often times leaves us without results.  A tremendous DIY treatment for eye wrinkles that is responsible for impressive results is extra virgin coconut oil applied to the area once per day and ideally at night.  The healing properties of raw and unprocessed coconut oil have been noted for hundreds of years as an antidote to the harsh signs of aging. The natural composition of virgin coconut oil is the key reason it is so incredibly effective on wrinkles as it is a potent antioxidant that also contains the essential fatty acids that our skin needs in order to stimulate collagen production.  The best way to rapidly see wrinkles disappear is to gently massage virgin cold pressed coconut oil around the eye area before bed, it absorbs quickly and will not cause acne.  Virgin coconut oil is also an unbeatable makeup remover which can essentially eliminate a step in your evening skin care routine as well.

  4. everythingzealous profile image72
    everythingzealousposted 3 years ago

    Coconut oil and some swear by almond oil too!

    Also - recent studies show that If you use cotton pillowcases that could be one of the causes as well... Interestingly enough using cotton pillowcases when we sleep causes pressure on our faces which in turn causes wrinkles. Best alternative - get satin or silk pillowcases and sheets! I actually just wrote this in one of my hubs because i found it rather intriguing..

 
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