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    Hi can anyone recommend a cream for reducing puffy/dark eyes? I've tried the Garnier roller ball thing... not great! I really want a cream that'll tighten my eye area up a bit and make me look human! thanks x

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    Avon eye cream is supposed to be good.

    Also go and see the doctor to make sure you don't have any under-lying medical problems.

    whipped cream-preferably in the squirty cans!

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    DLM

    Avon eye cream is supposed to be good.Also go and see the doctor to make … Avon eye cream is supposed to be good.Also go and see the doctor to make sure you don't have any under-lying medical problems.



    Thanks I'll take a look on the Avon site now. Don't think there is anything wrong with me apart from lack of sleep lol. thanks again x

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    i use a clinique one, any good moisturising eye cream will help

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    kirstyPM5L

    Thanks I'll take a look on the Avon site now. Don't think there is … Thanks I'll take a look on the Avon site now. Don't think there is anything wrong with me apart from lack of sleep lol. thanks again x



    Worth going for a quick check though sometimes.

    Take care x

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    lack of sleep, then try a concealer

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    sassie

    lack of sleep, then try a concealer



    Been using NO7 concealer but really want to get rid of the puffiness x

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    Are allergic to anything?

    Original Poster

    now Avon site "under construction" lol I'm doomed to have baggy eyes forever!

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    if you are not getting enough sleep then creams may help a little, but i would go for a better concealer, and as for the avon ones i have found them to do nothing

    Touche Eclat

    For tightening use Pile Cream (yes really, Google it)
    Edited by: "cannyscot" 28th Oct 2010

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    DLM

    Are allergic to anything?



    no it's a sleep thing I'm sure, youngest has decided not to sleep through for last few weeks for some odd reason lol x

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    sassie

    if you are not getting enough sleep then creams may help a little, but i … if you are not getting enough sleep then creams may help a little, but i would go for a better concealer, and as for the avon ones i have found them to do nothing



    thanks, gonna have to do abit of googling and experimenting I think lol ta x

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    cannyscot

    Touche EclatFor tightening use Pile Cream (yes really, Google it)



    oO eek lol I'll google now.... might have to order the pile cream online though

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    You need a holiday.

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    i can highly recommend the touch eclait, but please dont use pile cream it will thin the skin further and you will end up with a bigger problem than you have now

    ill second the prep H pile cream used throughout the beauty world. Although if the pile cream is a put off Soap and glorys eye cream has the same ingredients. soap and glory eye cream

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    thank you very much for your help everyone, I'm going to hit the sack now and resume my mission tomorrow! thanks again! xx

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    soap and glory eye cream ingredients Aqua / Water, Alcohol, Cyclopentasiloxane, Glycerin, Caprylyl glycol, Hydroxyethylcellulose, C30-45 Alkyl cetearyl dimethicone crosspolymer, Pullulan, Phenoxyethanol, Carbomer, Bis-PEG-18 Methyl ether dimethyl silane, Panthenol, Caffeine, Sodium hydroxide, Acrylates/C10-30 alkyl acrylate crosspolymer, Sorbitol, Disodium EDTA, Hexylene glycol, Algae extract, mica, CI 77891 / Titanium dioxide, Sclerotium gum, CI 77019 / Mica, Aloe barbadensis leaf juice, Dipeptide diaminobutyroyl benzylamide diacetate, Cyclotetrasiloxane, Benzoic acid, Sorbic acid, Dimethicone, Citric acid, Potassium sorbate, Sodium benzoate, Denatonium benzoate

    anusol ingredients The active substances in Anusol Cream are per 100g: Zinc oxide 10.75g, bismuth oxide 2.14g, balsam peru 1.8g.

    Other ingredients: Glycerol monostearate, liquid paraffin, propylene glycol, polysorbate 60, sorbitan stearate, titanium dioxide (E171), methyl hydroxybenzoate (E218), propyl hydroxybenzoate (E216) and water

    you can see for yourself it isnt as easy as saying they are both the same
    Edited by: "sassie" 28th Oct 2010

    No they are not exactly the same but my freind who does modelling was told they are the same at a shoot.

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    Shellywelly

    No they are not exactly the same but my freind who does modelling was … No they are not exactly the same but my freind who does modelling was told they are the same at a shoot.

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    well they are not the same at all, and wouldn't advise anyone to be sticking pile cream under their eyes ever, trouble with the modelling world is they only care about today and tomorrow at a push
    Edited by: "sassie" 28th Oct 2010

    What about witch hazel, thats surposed to be good. And it shouldnt hurt your eyes and they use this in optrex.

    Im not a doctor so check up.. i wont be held responsible if you blind yourself

    cannyscot

    Touche Eclat For tightening use Pile Cream (yes really, Google it)



    I agree the YSL is good for brightening under your eyes.

    I've tried so many eye creams/gels and i can't say i've noticed any difference

    I've used Gatineau,Liz Earle,Decleor,Gale Hayman those are the ones i can remember off the top of my head lol

    I've seen a few people mention clinique before,maybe it's time for a new one

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    deb8z

    I agree the YSL is good for brightening under your eyes.I've tried so … I agree the YSL is good for brightening under your eyes.I've tried so many eye creams/gels and i can't say i've noticed any differenceI've used Gatineau,Liz Earle,Decleor,Gale Hayman those are the ones i can remember off the top of my head lolI've seen a few people mention clinique before,maybe it's time for a new one



    yep me too, always suffered with dark eyes, a family trait, i now use the clinique anti gravity one, and can see my eyes are not as dark as they always have been, to the op get yourself into somewhere like debenhams or boots and ask advice and ask for samples to try before you buy

    i've watched couple of programs and read few articles that eye creams don't really do anything, if you really wanted to get rid of the puffyness then surgery. i've used a few eye creams and nothing has made a difference for me
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