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Any under eye/puffy eye creams that work??

post #1 of 35
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I seem to always have puffy lower eyelids and jsut general puffyiness under my eyes... I cant stand it and would like to find something to help with it. However there are hundreds of products out there and I am sure 90% of them are garbage.

Anyone know of any legit product that helps with puffyness and dark circles?

Allure had this on their list of top products but the reviews on drugstore look less than stellar...
http://www.drugstore.com/products/pr...73&catid=12355

and this, rated a bit better but also $50 and looks like its only for the dark circles, not puffyness

http://sephora.com/browse/product.jh...egoryId=C16011

and this, more just for wrinkles

http://www.drugstore.com/products/pr...55&catid=12355
post #2 of 35
I use Anthony for Men Continuous Moisture Anti-Aging Eye Cream and it definitely works. I smear it under my eyes at night, and I see a huge difference in the morning.
post #3 of 35
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Originally Posted by boo View Post
I use Anthony for Men Continuous Moisture Anti-Aging Eye Cream and it definitely works. I smear it under my eyes at night, and I see a huge difference in the morning.

I will have to check it out, I have used Anthony products in the past and liked them, but never the eye cream. I was also considering Menscience? their stuff seems to have great reviews as well. its like $37 but wirht it if it works.
post #4 of 35
I've been sampling Menscience stuff as well. I haven't used the eye cream yet (although I have a sample lying around), but have the pigmentation repair cream and 30spf sunscreen. I've seen noticeable results from the repair cream. Menscience is pricey, though Anthony for Men isn't exactly budget-priced either.
post #5 of 35
This thread....Hahaha...
post #6 of 35
I have the Anthony cream, and it lasts forever.
post #7 of 35
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I've been sampling Menscience stuff as well. I haven't used the eye cream yet (although I have a sample lying around), but have the pigmentation repair cream and 30spf sunscreen. I've seen noticeable results from the repair cream. Menscience is pricey, though Anthony for Men isn't exactly budget-priced either.

where did you come across menscience samples?
post #8 of 35
New London Pharmacy in NYC (23rd St and 8th Ave). Not only do they have factory samples, but they will also give you sample size portions of the entire line from tester bottles/tubes. If you're in NJ, I believe Spacek NK Apothecary in the Short Hills Mall carries Menscience and is generous with samples.
post #9 of 35
Vichy HydraMag works for me.
post #10 of 35
puffy eyes might have something to do with inconsistent or deprived sleep, is this the case? if so, please fix that and see how they are. I've read that most eye creams are just fakies, be very careful what you put around your eyes as an inch all around your eye is a very sensitive area. I recommend using organic if anything.
post #11 of 35
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puffy eyes might have something to do with inconsistent or deprived sleep, is this the case? if so, please fix that and see how they are. I've read that most eye creams are just fakies, be very careful what you put around your eyes as an inch all around your eye is a very sensitive area. I recommend using organic if anything.

sleep may have something to do with it but I have also been told I have "oily" eye ducts... and I have had some puffyiness for a while.
post #12 of 35
I have the Anthony cream, and it lasts forever.
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post #14 of 35
Idk if anyone has said Kiehl's but their eyedepuffer works wonders. It's a really great buy. Comes in a stick like chapstick, you apply maybe 3 times a day and youre good
post #15 of 35
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