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Does Hydroderm Wrinkle Reducer Really Works Or Scam?

By Susam Smith

I set out to determine what is behind the popularity and buzz about Hydroderm skincare products. I wondered if this was just another gimmick, or if this line of anti-aging products was for real. I learned a lot about Hydroderm in the process. Specifically, I wondered if Hydroderm Fast Acting Wrinkle Reducer would really reduce fine lines and wrinkles around my eyes and mouth.

Patented in July 2006, Hydroderm has become an extremely popular anti-aging line of skincare products. Hydroderm

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11 Responses to Eye Serum Reviews

  1. Stephanie says:

    L’oreal skin genesis daily treatment eye serum?
    Has anyone used the skin genesis eye serum from l’oreal?

    If so, how did it work for you? I would like to read reviews about the product but I can’t seem to find any!

    thanks,
    Steph

    • skincareRus says:

      Refresh Me under Eye cream is the best I have tried…I got it on Amazon.com it is great stuff!

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  3. chloe says:

    does anyone know of a good eye lash growth serum?
    Ok so, here it is, i’m looking for a good eyelash growth serum (obviously) i’ve been using careprost for about 4 months now, the results are ok, i could definitely see some growth on my lashes but i think that there is something better. I’m about to spend some money on another serum, i’ve done some research and found, rapidlash, revitalash and lilash, they all had great reviews and that makes it hard for me to decided on which one to get. any recommendations?

    • Curious_Spouse says:

      I found this online…it recommends the following to grow your eyelashes longer naturally:

      Instructions.Things You’ll Need:
      Multivitamin
      Olive oil
      Petroleum jelly
      Vitamin E
      Eyelash brush
      1.1
      Improve your diet to grow longer eyelashes naturally. Without proper nutrition, your body will cease to grow hair, fingernails and even eyelashes. Likewise, anything that makes your hair grow also will help your eyelashes grow.

      2.2
      Apply natural lubricants, such as olive oil or petroleum jelly, to your eyelashes to make them strong. Put the product on your eyelashes at night and wash it off in the morning.

      3.3
      Apply vitamin E oil to your eyelashes with a clean eyelash brush.

      4.4
      Brush your lashes regularly.

      Read more: How to Grow Longer Eyelashes Naturally | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com

  4. Jesse says:

    Really good eye serums/creams for circles and puffiness?
    Well I’ve barely gotten into the game for eye creams and serums since I would only really focus on my acne for my skin. Luckily Philosophy products came in and have that under control so now I started focusing on other parts: my eye area being one of them.

    I have moderately bad dark circles under my eyes, along with quite a bit of puffiness going on. My work place happened to be generous in giving us Orlane Pure Youth for eyes in our new year’s goody bags. I’ve tried it for a week, but it really hasn’t improved much. Just goes to show that even expensive creams can do a mediocre job.

    I’ve tried looking around to see what people swear by, what really works for people other than surgery. Unfortunately I have not come up with any clear answers as all I come up with are websites with fake reviews to get you to buy their serum.

    So I was wondering, what are good eye creams that take care of the dark circles and puffiness. What do you swear by or have heard really good things about? Money isn’t a top priority when it comes to choosing for me (unless it goes into the $1000+ range). I just need something that works!

    Thanks!

    • __- * Candy Cane * -__ says:

      i’ve used one my garnier, but i don’t think you should get one because i was watching dr.Oz and he said that creams for dark circles and puffiness make you get wrinkles when you get older, so i threw mine out, but it worked pretty good for me :)

      good luck, hope i helped !

  5. elizabeth nguyen says:

    Is it ever too early to start using anti-aging creams?
    I’m seventeen and I saw this anti-aging serum from Number 7 that had great reviews and I was wondering if I should start using it. I heard somewhere that it is never too early to start using anti-aging creams to maintain healthy skin.

    Another question, if I use moisturizers, serums, day creams, night creams, eye creams, will that damage my face? Will I damage my skin with the overuse of serums to make me look older?
    What is a healthy skin regime for beautiful, healthy, glowing skin?

    • Nayi M says:

      Elizabeth, to answer your specific question of healthy skin regimen, this is what I use & do: I start off with a mild facial cleanser like Olay foaming. Second I use an eye cream Extreme Eye Rescue, I apply it twice daily. For fine lines I use Preve. Again I apply twice daily in the morning after washing my face and at night after I shower. Both products are from Isabella Pelle. This is what has given me excellent results and I’m 25 hope this helps.
      You are never too young to start taking care of your skin.

  6. Firework says:

    Does anyone know where to buy these products?
    These are from Sephora, but I want to know if I can get them cheaper.
    Here they are:

    -Laura Mercier Flawless Skin Face Polish (http://reviews.sephora.com/8723/P280925/reviews.htm)
    -Bare Escentuals Deep Cleansing Foam (http://reviews.sephora.com/8723/P281831/reviews.htm)
    -Dior Skin Perfect Pore Refining Perfecting Moisturizer(http://reviews.sephora.com/8723/P283331/reviews.htm)
    -The Body Shop Vitamin C 3-Piece Radiance Boosting Kit — Dull Skin (http://reviews.sephora.com/8723/P283520/reviews.htm)
    -Laura Mercier Flawless Skin Repair Eye Serum (http://reviews.sephora.com/8723/P280927/reviews.htm)

    PLEASE HELP! thanks. and if you know similar products that WORK for less $$$, let me knoe 2. THANKS!

  7. flesh_of_daisy says:

    Cherry Eye is an inherited problem and if your vet thinks this is the way to treat it then he would be the one to know since he has seen the dog. I would neuter the dog at the same time if possible.

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