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Eye cream recommendation?

NVtoNY

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Just turned 28 and just recently noticed a dark circle/puffiness under one eye alone. The other eye seems to be getting there but only one is noticeable (to me anyways), perhaps I sleep with one eye open. Anyways, any suggestions for ice creams? I normally rotate between Baxter and Anthony's but apparently they are not working. I drink plenty of water, exercise and try to get decent amount of sleep.

Perhaps, I am just getting old.
 

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Chit wait until you get to 53. If I would have known I would have lasted this long would have taken better care of myself. Nahhh... I'm an old sailor riding hard and put up wet. Started a couple of years ago when got divorced with a complete make over with hair, facial hair, weight, etc. The one thing that stuck out was my eye bags. Especially after a hard night. Tried every thing from expensive to cheap. It took a year to find the right one for me and it is Neutrogena men age fighter, go figure. It works fantastic in my case everyone says I look at least 15 years younger than I used to. One thing with these products is that not everyone is the same and results vary. Good luck and smart move working on it now.
 

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Various eye creams are there in the market......So you can try them but before trying that go through its reviews and ingredients....
Online Pharmacy UK
 
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Just turned 28 and just recently noticed a dark circle/puffiness under one eye alone.
Bar fight? ;)

Nah - I know what you're talking about. The ever present "they" says to start using under eye creams at around the age of 25-30. I've been using one for a few years - Bobbi Brown hydrating eye cream - I noticed results right away.. but that could be because I really wanted to see results. I mean, it's hard to try a lot of different under eye creams because a) they're expensive and b) it's not like you're going to really see results right away.

Re: your question about ice cream suggestions. Let me recommend Haagen-Dazs's five brand, coffee flavor.
 
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Thanks for the suggestions, I'll give them a shot although I go through these creams once every ~3-4 months so it might be awhile.

Anyways, an ounce of prevention is worth pound of cure right? I think there has been a recent push in men's skin care although eye creams seem to be lagging a bit. Thus I haven't found too much info/reviews out there other then from the usual players.

Apparently my eyes (or perhaps its due to my brain) are getting too tired to catch a simple typo.
 

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I recall reading that any moisturizer will do the job as well as expensive eye cream.
 

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i see men are becoming just as gullible as women on allowances
 

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