Best skincare routine for dark circles & fine lines | Dr Sam Bunting

Best skincare routine for dark circles & fine lines | Dr Sam Bunting

The eye area has a LOT to contend with. Expressing ourselves takes it’s toll on the most delicate skin on the body. Plus it’s very exposed and rarely properly protected.

So it’s worth taking stock of the simple, daily habits we can build into a consistent routine to ensure it stays fresh and firm, not depleted and drab. I take a deep dive into this in today’s video – settle in and take notes!

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Disclaimer: The content seen in this video is provided only for educational purposes and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Please seek professional help individually if you suffer from any dermatological condition. Due to the volume of patients seen in the clinic, and to the unique nature of skin, Dr Bunting is unable to respond to every query on these videos.



23 thoughts on “Best skincare routine for dark circles & fine lines | Dr Sam Bunting”

Any Micellar Water recommendations?

Hira Imtiaz says:

Doctor can you tell when to stop retinol, like if we complete the target of fines lines with it. after stop using it comes back right. so basically when the right time to stop it r switch it to any other

The Hylander says:

I don’t go out unless I wear 100% UVB/UVA/Blue light blocking glasses and sunscreen.

Mari M says:

Hi Dr. Sam, thank you for this video! I'd been wondering what to do with my undereye skin area. Could you please talk about skincare and pets? This might be out there, but for us with pets that lick our faces and sometimes scratch, I find it difficult to know if my skincare actives could harm my pet and also how to protect my skin from all the furry attention that sometimes results in irritation and damaged skin barrier.

A—- says:

Can you please do an in-depth video on safe pregnancy 🤰🏻 skincare products and acne products that are safe to use. Also what would be the best products to use to prevent likelihood of skin hyperpigmentation that some individuals develop during pregnancy. Thanks! 💗

Aww love that the cat 🐈 made an appearance lol

Thanks for the great information

abc abc says:

My Good Lord !
Dr. Sam, your skin is flawless.
I wonder how do you have no nasolabial folds ?

Any tips to get rid of them or reduce them by peptides, or acids or some really proven scientific methods ? Thanks.

Leigh Chan says:

This is a transparent pre-ad for an upcoming Flawless eye product.

ATTC says:

More kitty cameo appearances in future videos. 😹

Ola D says:

I am 41 and skin around my eyes like a teenager. I barely touch it = I don’t wear make up,not even mascara , don’t use spf so I don’t have to wash the area with cleanser and I don’t drag this delicate skin, I ALWAYS use sunglasses when I go out even if it’s cloudy and I use actives in the evening, be gentle !

Yvonne J says:

Just discovered this channel, Dr. Sam, and I want to thank you for sharing your renowned skincare knowledge with us. Your skin is flawless! I want to look just like you when I grow up, lol (@ 64 years young, I've got some issues, lol). Can't wait to try the eye cream!💖

Perhaps this is a topic for an ocular plastic surgeon, but if not, could you discuss the differences and pros/cons between a fat transfer vs filler for treating hollowing undereyes?

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Sandi Tinker says:

I always enjoy seeing your kitty.

Very interesting, Dr. Sam! So, I’m wondering if I should also consider using an occlusive around my eyes in the morning as I use an active cleaner with salicylic acid and let it sit on my skin for several minutes while I’m showering. I’m 56 with aging, mostly normal, and somewhat still acne prone skin.

Monica says:

justice for ginger!!!!

I love that Ginger appears on camera, I love cats😺😺😺

adua78 says:

Cute cat! 🐱

I ll buy your eye serum

trinichandy says:

Thanks for sharing this information. You are absolutely correct…we should see a Doctor who specializes in the eye area.

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