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post #1 of 25
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Do you guys use eye cream??? I heard that there was cream on the market that prevented and helped "sleepy and puffy eyes", which are mostly due to lack of sleep.
post #2 of 25
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I heard that there was cream on the market that prevented and helped "sleepy and puffy eyes"
Try icing it out with cold cumcumber pieces and don't drink too much water at night. But bags under eyes cannot really be prevented.
post #3 of 25
puffiness under the eyes is typically a result from lack of sleep dark circles are usually hereditary try: menaji 911 eye gel treatment (reduced puffiness within 30 minutes); and use it with an eye mask: oscar+dehn gel eye mask (it's a plastic like sleep mask with gel in it that you put in the fridge) if the problem is not severe, you can utilize an eye cream as well, which although more for under eye moisturization for anti-aging protection, can offer some benefit for puffiness: baxter of california under eye complex any of the kiehl's eye creams shiseido men eye soother
post #4 of 25
The eye area is delicate so you'll need an anti inflamitory in the form of a cream. As a bartender my skin gets so thrashed from working around all the smoke and getting home at all hours. I use Skinceauticals Primacy Eye Balm usually in the morning to wake up my eyes. You're always going to have age related problems, but the puffiness is another story and this cream can help both issues. Warning, it's not cheap, but it does last a long time.
post #5 of 25
I had reasonable results with Zirh restore, as far as reducing puffiness. I normally only use it after loooong nights.
post #6 of 25
The new John Allan's eye cream is supposed to be very good. I have not used it myself, so don't take this as a personal testimony.
post #7 of 25
Kiehl's. I like the one with cucumber in it. In general, if your face is a little puffy, try putting on an ice-pack while doing your stomach exercises. Always works for PB.
post #8 of 25
Jello works well.........
post #9 of 25
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post #10 of 25
I've got some Clinique stuff that works pretty well, but I use Nickel stuff after a night out or if I don't get enough sleep. Having said that Nickel so a lot of good stuff.
post #11 of 25
Neutrogena (anti-oxidant age reverse eye cream) has done wonders for me. It's relatively inexpensive for eye cream also.
post #12 of 25
decades ago, my derm doc recommended that at bedtime i put a little vaseline under my eyes and on my eyelids. she said vaseline is an occlusive which draws moisture from within into delicate skin around eyes. i now have the youngest looking eyes -- and face -- of any of my friends.
post #13 of 25
I got free samples of this olay regenerist stuff from my dermatologist. Worked amazingly well.
post #14 of 25
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decades ago, my derm doc recommended that at bedtime i put a little vaseline under my eyes and on my eyelids. she said vaseline is an occlusive which draws moisture from within into delicate skin around eyes.

i now have the youngest looking eyes -- and face -- of any of my friends.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=jOR4qekHWlA
post #15 of 25
Um, none of the eye gel mask suggest are available in the US. Is there any other suggestions? On that note, I know MensEssentials has some good products, what other quality online retailers that carry the better products?
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