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Banish crow’s feet: awesome eye fixers

Laughter lines really aren’t that funny, even for those of us of a jovial disposition. For anyone wanting to hide their years of wisdom (or just their years) here are some potential solutions…

Even for us guys the eye area is a pretty delicate place, so it needs a bit of TLC. Crow’s feet are only one problem that can make the eye area look tired or aged. Dark circles and eye bags will make any wrinkles look more pronounced, so give the whole eye area some affection and attention. 

Filorga Optim-Eyes Contour

(15ml, £38, marksandspencer.com) A triple-whammy treatment. Tackle dark circles, deflate eye bags and boost tissue firmness to give fresher looking eyes with fewer contours. General puffiness subsides after just a few weeks, helping any deep wrinkles to look reduced. 

Wellman Anti-Fatigue Under Eye Serum

(15ml, £12.75, wellman.co.uk, Boots) Perfect for the gym bag. Dry skin and tired looking eyes are instantly refreshed with this cooling serum. Caffeine and horse chestnut extracts stimulate and reduce fine lines and eye-bag bloat, while aloe vera and cucumber extract rehydrate and soothe the skin. 

Neal’s Yard Remedies White Tea Toning Eye Gel

(10ml, £24, Neal’s Yard Remedies) Anti-oxidant rich white tea helps to soothe and refresh. Skin looks rejuvenated with a visible freshness. Natural ingredients keep it safe for use on sensitive skin. 

Origins Plantscription Anti-Aging Power Serum

(30ml, £48, origins.co.uk) Twenty plant extracts are crammed into this potent serum, some of which have names too hard to pronounce, but they certainly sound convincing, whilst more common plants such as bamboo and pea extract lend their wrinkle busting properties. Skin is quickly firmed even after a few uses, creating smoothness around the eye sockets.

 

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