I heard from women that Strivectin is the best!!
So I purchased it @Nordstrom Rack and I am going to hopefully continue to see No dark circles and reduce the appearance of my grandmother fine lines around the eyes.
This cream really works. It makes the skin around my eyes look firmer.
So, I think I found a wrinkle creme that works.
For real. I think it really does. I've been using Strivectin around my eyes for...oh probably 2 years off and on. I use it on my forehead and between my eyebrows and on my upper lip, as well.
I don't have deep wrinkles yet, but there are definitely lines there. I had Botox a couple of years ago, and was less than thrilled with the results. The price was ridiculous, and the bruising I got from the "Dr". jabbing the needle in my face without warning were ugly and hard to explain to people. "uhhh...I swear, my husband didn't hit me...I got Botox.". Great, so now I sound like a sad liar, AND a vain idiot. So, anyhow, I decided to try the Strivectin around the same time as the Botox. A co-worker commented on how my eyes looked better. More "rested" or something, she said. I attributed it to the Botox and went on.
Today, I got a new hugely magnifying lighted makeup mirror. My old one broke, so I got a new, improved one. One that shows every single pore on your face. It's rather depressing. Anyhow, I have to say, I looked in the mirror (while I still had on makeup) and I found myself thinking, "You know, my skin looks damned good....and my eyes...hmmmm.....Wow, I wear a lot of makeup!" But the important thing was the part about my skin and eyes. I have no other option but to attribute the smooth, unlined appearance of my skin to Strivectin. It flat out seems to work. I don't know how or why, and frankly, I don't care. Just keep making the stuff, please. I have used LOTS of different cremes for "mature" skin, for around the eyes, for wrinkles..you name it. I used Creme de la Mer for quite awhile. What a waste of money! Put fish poop and seaweed on your face and pay hundreds of dollars for the honor! I got no change with La Mer, and I was ready for miracles. I have been using the Strivectin morning and night without thinking about it, and I think the stuff works. I don't have any other explanation.
The products is Strivectin and it's made by Klein/Becker labs. I have purchased mine at both Sephora and Ulta and also online. I can't remember exactly, but I believe it's in the 60-70 dollar range for a bottle. One small bottle lasts me a LONG time. I use just a tiny dab around the eyes, then a larger dab to spread around my forehead, between my eyebrows and on my upper lip.
Gotta love this about it: NO SCENT, WHATSOEVER. Yes! Thank you, God! No craptastic perfumes to give me a headache or trigger allergies. As Borat says, "Very nice...." It's rocking my world right now, so if you feel the need to try a new anti-fine line creme or wrinkle creme or whatever you call it...I'd give Strivectin a try. It's really effective.
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