Has anyone used Perricone's regular (not the new hypoallergenic) eye cream to give a comparison?
I have extremely sensitive skin secondary to chronic steroid use for nerve pain. I have received more epidural steroid injections that I can count and I take oral prednisone frequently for chronic nerve pain. It has taken tol on my 39 yo skin that used to look 8 to10 yrs younger. Now my skin is paper thin and looks like it is the skin of a 95 yo woman. Not that there is anything wroing w/ a 95 yo woman's skin...my grandma is 93, and her skin is awesome. Mine however is peeling off when i use my Xlarisonic, evben with the delicate brush head. I LOVE MY CLARISONIC DEALRY, ADN I CAN'T LIBE WITHOUT IT! IT IS MY SKIN WHICH IS AT FAULT, NOT ANY PRODUCTS THAT HAVE BURNT IT, NOTR THE CLARISONIC. I callled the Perricone answer line which I found on the bottle of a neuropeptide firming serum I bought prior to realizing how ULTRA-SENSITIVE MY SKIN HAS BECOME! I was told to buy the 4 piece hypoallergenic line by Perricone. I wanted to check out Sephora first and of course they have it! Sephora never lets me down! can anyone comment on comparison between the difference of the regular Perricone line vs this hypo-allergenic line? can you use this on the lids?Is it really better for sensitive skin?
asked 4 years, 2 months ago
on Hypoallergenic Firming Eye Cream
I have been on daily Prednisone for the past seven years for a genetic disorder.
I can absolutely empathize about the number it does on your skin.
The Perricone products for sensitive skin are worth every dime. Really.
Since I found this product last year, it is the only one I use around my eyes. It had literally gotten to the point where everything else I tries caused a reaction.
I hope you have as much success with this product as I have.
May we both find a steroid alternative soon!
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
This collection has gone through severe testing to call it hypoallergenic. It has extremely therapeutic ingredients and the Dr. Perricone patented sciences that past the hypoallergenic test. This truly is for sensitive skin so you should be thrilled with the results. It is a dermatological grade product.
To be called a Hypoallergenic line the product has to go through serious testing to say that. This is truly for the most sensitive skin. You can use this eye cream on the eye lid. The only other eye cream by Dr. Perricone that you can use on the eye lid is Cold Plasma Eye and Bright Eyed by Super. It is extremely nourishing for your skin. I would recommend this entire collection for you. But, I would say to stop scrubbing your face...sounds like you might be doing that a little too much?
answered 4 years, 2 months ago