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post #16 of 31
What about removing bags under the eyes? I sleep alot so I don't know why I have bags under my eyes
post #17 of 31
This product:

http://www.amazon.com/Boots-Protect-...d=9PPPGE6M666K

had a study done that seems legit from different site's I've read. I'm still skeptical though.
post #18 of 31
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Originally Posted by olstudios View Post
What about removing bags under the eyes? I sleep alot so I don't know why I have bags under my eyes

I saw this in The Rake. http://www.biotherm-usa.com/_us/_en/...ecare_Eye_ADC&

And Chris Noth endorses it too. I think it was this one. It's a roller on application.

But too expensive for me to even fancy a try.
post #19 of 31
Wow.. do you really have small ears?
post #20 of 31
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Originally Posted by olstudios View Post
What about removing bags under the eyes? I sleep alot so I don't know why I have bags under my eyes

Again, it depends on how they got there. If it's water retention, a little bit of caffeine (Garnier does a nice roll on) or something cold can help to deflate the bags. If they're permanent (i.e. they're always the same, never changing in size) then it's probably fat build up in which case the only option is surgery - no topical treatment can get rid of that.
post #21 of 31
The skin under your eyes is very thin, that's why you notice wrinkles (and dark circles) there first. Wrinkles are caused by a loss of fat/collagen under the skin. Any moisturizing product will puff up the skin temporarily by adding moisture under the skin. Surgery only helps if your eyes look like this:
post #22 of 31
Dude those are not wrinkles. If you are still concerned no need to buy expensive "eye" creams. Just put regular moisturizer under your eyes and you'll be fine. The skin under your eyes is no different than the rest of your face.
post #23 of 31
No, as post #29 says, the skin there is thinner. Also, products need to be more gentle due to the possibility of getting into the eyes.
post #24 of 31




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Originally Posted by harvey_birdman View Post
Get over it. You're a man, not a woman.



This topic isn't dead yet?!? Makes me want to quote all over myself.
post #25 of 31
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Originally Posted by shademore View Post

Whats an eye balm?

Monica Bellucci, e.g.
post #26 of 31
I'm starting to use xtendlife under eye cream and facial cream for my Aussie sunned skin. The ingredients look good on paper
post #27 of 31
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Originally Posted by Kris View Post
Even better than rubbing creams and oils under your eyes:

Quit staying up til 3am on the internet, playing tickledick and jack knows what else. A quick nut then off to bed, virgin.

I wish I could rep you. I laughed so hard.
post #28 of 31
Wrinkles under eyes is possible when the skin becomes dehydrated. Massaging the face with coconut oil before going to bed. Apply cucumber juice under the eye wrinkle.
post #29 of 31
Clarisonic makes an great gadget for softening out the eye bags
post #30 of 31
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Originally Posted by OakCreekHitter View Post
Clarisonic makes an great gadget for softening out the eye bags

I'll keep my eye on this.
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