I am 40 and it reduces my puffiness about 75% during each use but hasn't done much for my fine lines or slight crows feet although I keep hoping it will.
answered 4 months, 2 weeks ago
I too am your age and I LOVE this product... AMAZING
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
(Sydney NSW Aust)
It will not help. 7 Second Eye Lift helps some and then I use either benefits "ooh la lift" or touche eclat to help eyes look more rested and brighter. I'm 58 and have found nothing that will hide fine lines or wrinkles the way we want them to be hid. Hourglass Veil primer also will help blur fine lines. I'm going to try their foundation next, I think. Good Luck!
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
I'm 48, almost 49 & not sure if it helps with the fine wrinkles and quite frankly, I'm proud of each and everyone of my wrinkles (no, not just saying that)! I have been thru much in my relatively short life; being on life-support with the proverbial plug being pulled since there 'was no hope' for me to live; I fought back hard & am not going to let our society dictate to me what is beautiful. For me? My scars & wrinkles R beautiful because I'm here to see them & I celebrate them. I live life to the fullest & age or wrinkles won't stop that. Would I like to have the skin of a 20 year-old? Absolutely! But would I change my fought-for wisdom for it? Not a chance! Having said that - I do love to look the best I can & think the de-puffing gel works wonders.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
I am 44 an am on my third tube of this product. I think it's a really good product, particularly for the price. I don't have dark circles but I do get that morning puffiness and I feel it has legitimately helped with that. I put it on first, allow it to dry for a few minutes, then I follow up with Origins Plantscriptions for moisturizing. (By the way, that moisturizer is delightful. It's very smooth and doesn't pull or drag your skin at all. You can use it on both your lower and upper lids and it's a great price compared to other high-end eye moisturizers). If my eyes feel really dry/crepe-y I'll add a little Josie Maran's Argan Oil. After two months of this combination my eyes are definitely less puffy and my fine lines are much less noticeable. I also noticed that the skin around my eyes is more lifted and younger-looking. I know I listed three different products so you may ask yourself how do I know that this particular one does anything? Since each product addresses a different issue, it isn't too hard to parse out which product is doing what. The Sephora Depuffing Roll-On Gel is specifically for dark circles and puffiness and that has improved on me. I can feel it lifting and tightening when I put it on..BEFORE I do anything else. The Origins and Argan Oil are for moisturizing so it's two different actions. I say give it a try, but be sure to add a moisturizer afterwards, something that the 20-somethings may not need to do. Besides, if you are unsatisfied, you can always return it.
I am 51- it is awesome! I sometimes add a coat of the Clinique version of this on top- for especially "puffy-eyed" days!
I don't know if it works for wrinkles, but I bought this product for my mother and she is in her mid 40s. In less than a week she saw a decrease in puffiness and discoloration beneath her eyes. She is thrilled with it so far and it has only been about 2 days since she has started applying the product in the morning and at night. Hope this helps!
I can't say for sure because I'm not 40 but I would bet it does, this product is by far amazing! I would encourage you to buy it!
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
i am 27 and use this, it actually does work. i know for the price you wouldnt think its great, but it does seem to mask (temporarily) some fine lines.
answered 3 years, 2 months ago