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nana_0601 asked:

10 Nov 2009

EYE BAGS/PUFFINESS THE ONLY THING I HATE WITH THE PASSION OF A THOUSAND BURNING SUNS...

lol, well i have eye bags and i can't seem to get them to go away naturally,

what ive done for them so far:

cucumbers

spoons

cold water

potato slices

and slept more but nada D:

it's not hereditary no one in my family has them and these things work, just not alot, i guess because mines are sobad, my bags have bags and concealer does nada D:

soooo i'm wondering if you know of any products that may work to reduce them or tighten that area? =D

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barbipixi

barbipixi says:

Posted on 10 Nov 2009

they kinda look like smile wrinkles



truthfully i count bags as that section under that area where alot of people have the purple area if that whole section is baggy. but you can use a cream for your under eye area there are creams that say they tighten that skin

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but i don't like the idea of those creams or the other skin tightening creams for your body i keep thinking they're taking out the moisture to tighten and to keep skin young you need that extra elasticy.


ctl888

ctl888 says:

Posted on 10 Nov 2009

Garnier has an eye roll-on that you can use for puffiness and dark circles. check it out. it seems to also have great reviews.

xbeautybunny

xbeautybunny says:

Posted on 12 Nov 2009

The skin surrounding your eye is the most sensative skin on your face. There are countless products that claim to "reduce the appearance of under-eye circles" that are spread over a huge price range. CTL888 mentioned Garnier's "Eye Roll On" and I think that's your best bet. It's about $10.



http://www.walgreens.com/store/catalog/Lotions-and-Creams/Nutritioniste-Skin-Renew-Anti-Puff-Eye-Roller/ID=prod3970694&navCount=1&navAction=push-product?V=G&ec=frgl_542262&ci_src=14110944&ci_sku=sku3969543

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