I used to only use Retin-A on my forehead/nose/cheeks area, but someone on here mentioned she uses it for her crow's feet and undereye area.
Does anyone else put Retin A in the eye area?
1. I tried doing this, and I feel like the skin around my eyes (crow's feet and undereye) are somewhat tight, which is none too surprising since when I put Retin A on my forehead/cheeks, my skin in that area get tight too. Should I put any eye cream on top of the crow's feet/undereye area after applying Retin A?
2. I remember reading that the tissue around the eye area thinner than the rest of the face- thus, is it ok to put Retin-A in the eye area?