Is this safe to use for teenagers? (14yrs)
My friend and I bought this and already used it once. We then read the reviews and saw that most of the people who used this product were older women. We're only 14, so we were wondering if it was safe for us to use it? Does it cause faster aging, dry skin, anything? Thankyou
asked 4 years, 1 month ago
on dark circles away™ collagen eye serum
I would go in and speak to someone at Sephora. I can't imagine at 14 that you would need this but if you do, go talk to someone there. They won't steer you wrong!
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
I don't think that it will hurt for you to use the product, but it might be a waste of your money. At 14, there are other concerns that you should focus on. Take this money and put it to good use on something else.
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
I didn't find the product to dry skin or do anything bad. I'm taking antihistimines year round and my skin has been particularly dry this winter despite it being so mild here. I didn't notice any extra dryness or irritation as a result of using this product at all.
That being said... it didn't do anything good though either. It didn't solve any of my problems either short or long term. It just wasted $55. I ignored the negative reviews and bought the product. And despite my liking Dr. Brandt products I ultimately came to the same conclusions as the rest of the reviewers.
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
You are 14 , and you have dark circles and puffiness? I would say that you probably don't NEED this product, I would say that all you would probably need is a little bit of concealer...But, I think it is great that you are taking good care of you skin at such a young age. I think the product won' t harm your young skin, and if you like the results you get than there really isn't any harm in using it. As far as I know there isn't retinols or any other harsh chemicals that would dry or irritate your skin.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
I guess you should contact Dr. Brandt for this question but I would say it is ok to use it. I don't think it can accelerate aging, in any case you will see no difference but it will still be moisturising. I started using eye creams when I was 20 and I think it makes a huge difference to start early, I am 34 and I have no wrinkles around my eyes.
I don't think it will age you faster but there are probably better products out there to keep your eyes fresh if you are only 14. The smartest thing to get would be an eye cream that has sunscreen so you don't get the wrinkles in the first place :)