Wednesday, June 09, 2010

HELP FOR PUFFY EYES AND DARK CIRCLES

I found out that even if you're had your lower lids done as I did a while back you still have to be on the alert . I thought I had been keeping close watch but one day two puffs magically appeared at the corners of my eyes. No matter what their cause;lack of sleep, allergies or too much of the grape, they called for action. The eye cream I diligently messaged them with had little effect .

That's why I was impressed when I saw a new product, Garner Nutritioniste Skin Renew Anti Puff Eye Roller.I read the ingredients, looked at the$13.99 price tag but was skeptical and decided I didn't want to add it to my already burgeoning collection. Then in another store,while shopping for a new mascara, I saw the same product packaged with a free full size mascara for the same price and I couldn't resist.

Well said mascara was a bust. The wand is so pliable that there's no just snapping it back into the case. It takes a few tries before it goes in without bending. The Roller however is great. It's cool and soothing and goes on quickly dispensing a measured amount of the product. They suggest you roll it back and forth from the inner to the outer corner twice morning and night. It contains caffeine to fight the puffiness and discolorations and a form of VitaminB.I've been using it for a month now and those puffs and discolorations are things of the past.

11 comments:

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Erin Waters said...

one of the best kept beauty secrets is the use of an air purifier as an oxygen facial.

the air purifier filters and cleans the air. I use this myself and it's done a great job of controlling acne, reducing puffiness and giving me an overall more even skin tone.

there's a great resource article on this at Air Purifier Home.

http://www.air-purifier-home.com/oxygen-benefit-guide/

Faye said...

It isnt really puffy eyes that I have a problem with, but I have really bad dark rings under my eyes apparently caused by allergies. I have tried a few products but nothing really helps, could you recommend anything please?

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Disappearing again behind the woodwork...
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Sharon said...

Re the rolling from inner to outer corner of the eye - that is a surprise because I was under the opinion that one patted gently from outer to inner to direct the fluid to the inner eye ducts. Maybe I have been doing it wrong.

Anonymous said...

I am 60 and am looking for a good deep face moisturiser. Any that I have looked at promise the sun moon and stars from looking younger to seeming that your wrinkles haedve all disappeared to firming your skin etc. I know that the skin I have is the one I have now and is not going to change no matter what I do, except get older. So all I want to do is be kind to it and give it the best moisturisr possible. A moisturiser that will be absorbed into my skin and not stay on the outer level of skin leaving a greasy film. Any suggestions, greatly appreciated.