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Crows Feet

Discussion in 'Men's Health Forum' started by TideGear, Aug 27, 2019.

  1. TideGear

    TideGear Member

    Y'all have any success slowing down the wrinkles around your eyes?

    I read about a peel that you can have done at a dermatologist's office but idk who's done it.

    Lmk if y'all have tried something that works
     
  2. johntt44

    johntt44 Member

    Stop squinting High Plains Drifter.
     
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  3. J DUGIN

    J DUGIN Member AnabolicLab.com Supporter

    Sunscreen everyday, use a good moisturizer and Botox every 6 months.

    Peels will help as well.
     
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  4. TideGear

    TideGear Member

    Does botox not make you look or feel strange?

    What spf?
     
  5. TideGear

    TideGear Member

    I'm aging like a white devil
     
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  6. johntt44

    johntt44 Member

    I dont have crows feet but I've got those fine wrinkles under my eyes and a fucking vein that loops down from my left temple to my dimple and back up! My wife is nice and calls it "distinguished".
     
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  7. johntt44

    johntt44 Member

    Dude you're young! Shit, I'm 50!
     
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  8. TideGear

    TideGear Member

    My eyes are starting to look old though. It's from smiling and squinting. From what I've read, it's about muscle placement or something. That's what determines where you get the lines. Mine are all around my eyes
     
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  9. Michael Scally MD

    Michael Scally MD Doctor of Medicine

    I have found this works well for fine lines as well as blackheads. Alot cheaper than a chemical peel.

    A313 Pure Vitamin A 50g

    A313 Pure Vitamin A 50g

    After the discontinuation of Avibon, A313 is the closest over-the-counter, pharmacy-grade French vitamin A pommade used for treating fine lines. The skin naturally converts A313 to a mild retonoic acid approximately 10-15 minutes after application.

    The exfoliating effect minimizes fine lines and wrinkles with repeated use. Generally it is best applied at night, and sunscreen is recommended if A313 is on skin outdoors.

    If sensitivity occurs reduce use to once every 2-3 days or as recommended by a dermatologist. This overview is not a substitute for medical advice.
     
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  10. TideGear

    TideGear Member

    Just ordered some from Ebay. Thanks, doc.
     
  11. Tinytim

    Tinytim Member

    Cucumber slices, they dont burn like Prep H in the eyeo_O
     
  12. J DUGIN

    J DUGIN Member AnabolicLab.com Supporter

    Does not look or feel strange around the eyes. The forehead on the other hand can feel a little weird for a week or so but then fades.

    SPF100

    Retin A cream is another good thing to use every night to reduce/prevent wrinkles.
     
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  13. movingiron88

    movingiron88 Member

    Your a man, who gives a shit? I thought women were the only ones that care about that superficial garbage.
     
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  14. Sworder

    Sworder Member

    Botox helps against that, get the "11."
     
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  15. TideGear

    TideGear Member

    A guy at work today told me that the peels can go wrong and leave you looking odd