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Tighten the skin around your eyes with this simple #antiageing massage

3 284 views | 24 Nov. 2020

Avoid or minimise

Avoid or minimise #wrinkles around the eyes with this simple #antiageing massage ❤️

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Susana Lanosa

Thank you ?? What product are you using for the massage?

Rahul Koundal

Please mam recommend massage for nasolabial fold please please......

Elizabeth M


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MIL GRASIAS POR TANTA BEYESAS I loro stati di salute rispettivi prevenirli

Natty Able

Su-Man, I love all of your massage techniques! Is there anything you could recommend for the hands and arms? Yours look so youthful.

Marokko Amsterdam

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Darsh Darsh

God bless you mam

I have pigmentations
Pls tell me what to do
I am fed up with this tired ??

Nicole Jones

Thank you so much. I’ve been practicing and my tension between my brows have subsided. I no longer look angry.

Cata Leya

We need more please big kiss I love you Su ???????????

Cata Leya

Loveeeeeee you Su you are so beautiful wowwwwww your skin is mazing ??????????? big kiss from algeria ?✋

Cata Leya

Please Su Ineed massage for hair I think I lose m'y hair please please ?????

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Can You Exfoliate Skin Around Your Eyes [DermTV.com Epi #555]

27 204 views | 25 Jul. 2014

Exfoliation is the single

Exfoliation is the single most important treatment you can do to achieve glowing, gorgeous skin. However, what about on the delicate eye area skin? In this episode of DermTV, Dr. Schultz answers the question, "Can you exfoliate skin around your eyes?"

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Exfoliation is the single most important treatment you can do for more beautiful and younger looking skin. Many people ask if this includes the eye area skin, fearing they’ll irritate or damage it. The answer is definitely yes and today I’ll tell you how to do so safely and effectively.

Your all important but delicate eye area skin can benefit immensely from effective chemical exfoliation. The reason your eye area is so important is because your eyes are the first things people look at when they see your face. The eye area skin is the first part of your face to show signs of aging. This is because both the epidermis and dermis are thinner than in other areas, so signs of aging, like dull, discolored skin and fine lines become apparent sooner.

Specifically, the skin below and next to the eye should be exfoliated to make the skin brighter, clearer, more even toned, and smoother. Fine lines can also be helped. The net effect is to brighten your eyes and make you look better and younger.

There are two main categories of at home chemical exfoliants that are relevant to eye area rejuvenation: retinoids and glycolics.

For facial exfoliation, I usually prefer glycolics to retinoids, but for the delicate eye area skin, I always suggest glycolics. While the first studies from the late 1980’s used the retinoid called tretinoin… which most people know as Retin-A… those effects resulted from a physician-directed clinical study involving close physician oversight and only treated the crow’s feet area… not the even more delicate skin below the eye. Tretinoin is available in the United States only by prescription, and like all retinoids, can easily irritate any facial skin and especially eye area skin.

Glycolics, on the other hand, can be formulated with a much greater range of chemical parameters, so they can be formulated for any type of skin including the delicate eye area. When pH balanced and chemically buffered, gycolic can be made gentle yet amazingly effective. When specifically in an eye cream, the pH must be raised even more to insure that it doesn’t irritate the thin and sensitive eye area skin. Products formulated that way can be used daily for gentle, effective exfoliation. Inclusion of other ingredients like moisturizers and humectants synergize in improving the appearance of eye area skin by helping dryness and dull skin as well as fine lines. Reflectors can help further brighten. Additional ingredients that can be used in eye creams to further improve the appearance are peptides and non hydroquinone based bleaches. And there are even more add-ins.

So when it comes to applying the technique of exfoliation to the sensitive eye area skin, appropriately formulated products are available and should be used regularly for the best results and beautiful eyes.


Everyone can have beautiful, healthy, and younger looking skin, and DermTV, the Internet's daily skincare video show, will demonstrate how by revealing expert tips and techniques and by providing real solutions for real skincare issues.

Skincare (whether cosmetic or medical) previously required a trip to your dermatologist or a shopping spree at the pharmacy. And that's if you have a trusted nearby dermatologist or a local informed pharmacy. But not anymore. We at DermTV are committed to making best-in-class dermatology and skincare guidance accessible to everyone, anytime, at your computer.

Every weekday, our host, Dr. Neal Schultz, one of New York's most trusted and respected dermatologists, teaches skincare's most timely and timeless issues. Topics include: the best at home techniques and new technology for facial rejuvenation, preventing and fixing sun damage from wrinkles to skin cancer, breaking news in dermatology, general skincare topics, and more.

kim huynh

i've been wondering about this so thank you for covering this topic :)

Loris Guila

Hola dr schultz soy de Perú x favor ponga subtitulos a sus videos muchas gracias x los consejos




I've heard so many stories about tretinoin irritating peoples skin. But for me, as long as I use a moisturizer after applying, it doesn't irritate my skin. Actually, my glycolic cream made me breakout with pretty bad acne when I started using it.


Qu for Dr Schultz - could you please explain more about peptides and how they should be used.  Thanks :) !

Alexa Vazquez

Hi Dr. Schultz! Your skin looks amazing, I would like to know if you have a skincare routine, what products do you use, thank you! :D

Gloria Sheridan

Would have been nice if he gave a few examples. This really wasn't all that helpful.

Annou 2 T

Thank u for this! Can i use my 10% regular glycolic A cream ( which i use for my face), under the eye area?

Cristina Balan

Yeah, retinoids are not exfoliants. I'm not sure where your information, but most of the things you said are stupid. High ph for chemical exfoliators? What's the point, they' re not going to do anything. GA more effective than tretinoin?! In what universe?


Dr. Neal, you are the man. Thanks so much for sharing your experience and expertise. I've picked up valuable tips from your generosity.

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dr. schultz, what kind of glycolic should i look into -- will be most effective -- for my couperose skin?

Lisa Says

Are any of the pore cleansing acids - glycolic, lactic, hyaluronic, salicylic, etcetera - safe for use on the scalp without damaging the hair shaft?


can you advise a goody eyecream with Glycolic in please thanks debz x x 

Starr Ship

full of shit

Colin Andrew-Craig

I have a question Dr. Schultz. I have psoriasis on my scalp and have been told to use products (such as T/Gel) that contain coal tar. On my search round the internet I came across something that said that coal tar was a carcinogen! Should I be using such products?


Great! So none of these methods are available without a prescription! :)

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Simi Dhillon

Neal, I started facial shaving/dermaplaning with a tinkle razor and around my jaw line the skin has become so rough and dry, no matter how much I manually exfoliate or moisturise it. I don't know what to do or what is causing this?!

Hanne Van den Wyngaert

What percentage of glycolic acid do you recommend for the under-eye area? 

Manisha Jangale


Jewel Faerie

What are some eye creams with peptides?

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how to get rid of dry skin around eyes | dry flaky skin around eyes

3 465 views | 16 Jul. 2018

how to get rid of dry skin

how to get rid of dry skin around eyes | dry flaky skin around eyes

how to get rid of dryness around eyes

hello everyone welcome back to my channel today in this video I will show you how you can treat dryness around the eyes with simple home remedy if you like this video please give it a big Thumbs Up and subscribe my channel

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coco peach

What type of yoghurt?

Alpana Kirtikar

Mere eye ke niche dryness ankhon me se lagatar pani aane ke wajah se ho raha hai to kya isse theek hoga? Plz reply

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