Diane Lane’s secret weapon against fine lines

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Diane Lane loves Shu Uemura Moisture Eye Zone. This is a great secret weapon for plumping up any fine lines. These are moisture drenched under eye pads that can be used anywhere that there is dryness and fine lines. A great trick if you have a big event and want to take some years off!

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shu uemura Moisture Eye Zone Mask

A serum-saturated sheet mask that instantly soothes the delicate eye area. Relieves tired eyes and calms puffiness. Contains a complex of vitamin E, provitamin B5 and strawberry extract to instantly soothe the delicate eye area, and a complex of ceramides and Depsea water to prevent evaporation of water from the skin. Relieves tired eyes and calms puffiness.

* Suitable for all skin types, even the most sensitive.
* Includes 12 individually packed, single-use pairs.

$43.00 BUY IT HERE.


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August 6th, 2007 at 1:05 pm

I hadn’t heard about this product before. I went to the official site to see what the ingredients are and they look pretty good. It’s good to see new technologies for the delivery of product.

The only discrepancy I see is their use of “deep sea water” associated with preventing “the evaporation of water from the skin”. Sea water, no matter how “deep” it might be, is dehydrating, which is why you can’t drink it.

Has anyone else noticed this?

August 7th, 2007 at 10:04 am

But if you eat a lot of salty food, doesn’t it make you retain water? I think I can believe the claim that if it is absorbed into the skin, it will retain the water, therefore preventing the evaporation of water from the skin.

August 9th, 2007 at 11:44 am

If the sea water goes into your face, water from your body will go into your face skin to dilute the salt. So you hydrate your face at the expense of your body.