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Morning Eye Puffiness
I have a bit of a problem with morning pufiness in the eye zone... Tried loads of products and can't seem to find one I can see satisfying results.

What are the best ones?

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Originally posted by Gudmun@Jan 14th, 2004 - 1:03 pm
I have a bit of a problem with morning pufiness in the eye zone... Tried loads of products and can't seem to find one I can see satisfying results.

What are the best ones?
ice or put spoons in the freezer and set them onto your eyes (with them closed of course) ... creams etc have never done a thing for puffy eyes for me, just rest, cold temps.....

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I like all about eyes from clinique. I have also heard that the one from origins is good.

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Of course cucumber works too

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Originally posted by Gudmun@Jan 14th, 2004 - 1:03 pm
I have a bit of a problem with morning pufiness in the eye zone... Tried loads of products and can't seem to find one I can see satisfying results.

What are the best ones?
Sometimes putting a heavy cream on at night can make the problem worse, not better. Also, be sure to change your pillow cases frequently because (sorry to say) tiny mite bites are at the root of a lot of puffy eyes.

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Originally posted by tealady@Jan 14th, 2004 - 10:24 pm
Sometimes putting a heavy cream on at night can make the problem worse, not better.
Should I just use a light one then?

Ice and cucumber really work I know... But I dont have enough time in the morning to do it...

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Tea bags work.

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Originally posted by tealady@Jan 14th, 2004 - 10:24 pm
Sometimes putting a heavy cream on at night can make the problem worse, not better.
That's why most of the good eyecreams comes in a lightweight serum or gel version. I suggest NoAge Yeux by Dior

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sometimes I get minor puffiness in the morning due to lack of sleep or who knows what, and the Clarins eye gel really helps.
it's nice and fresh gel, does nothing for circles but does smooth the puffiness 10 mins after I apply it.

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Originally posted by MissPurple@Jan 15th, 2004 - 12:27 pm
sometimes I get minor puffiness in the morning due to lack of sleep or who knows what, and the Clarins eye gel really helps.
it's nice and fresh gel, does nothing for circles but does smooth the puffiness 10 mins after I apply it.
Somebody told me about Clarins eye gel but I wasnt sure if I should try it or not...

Dior's NoAge sounds good too.

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It all depends what works for you Gudmun You should go and ask for samples and try them at the comfort of your home, and then make a decition.

NoAge Eyes

Help your eyes say "no" to aging. This dramatic new skincare innovation visibly reduces signs of puffiness and dark circles. Skin is smoother and stronger. Eyes will seem brighter, more rested, and younger looking. All it takes is one drop around the eye area, morning and night, for beautiful results.

This information was taken from Sephora.com

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Thanx Alejandro!

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Sisley's Eye Baum, its a lightweight gel! Its great. For really bad puffiness let it get cold in the fridge first. It really helps!

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I really like MAC Fast Response Eye Cream. I find it works very fast on puffiness. And it's the only thing that will help me after any night where I found myself reduced to tears! That's always the worst for your look in the morning.

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Originally posted by Jaim45@Jan 15th, 2004 - 11:41 am
Tea bags work.
I must remember to try that

I find that cucumbers actually do wonders

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