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    Default Undereye Bags

    Anyone have a miracle product they use for undereye bags? I finally found a product that really covers my very dark undereye circles, but now I'm left with bags from hell.

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    I'd love to know this too. With allergy season, my eyes are SO puffy - though I'm genetically prone to it too.
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    I have both problems, too. What do you use for the circles, Nevan?
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    Peter Thomas Roth's Instant FIRMx Eye. On Amazon. Works.
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    I once tried hemmoroid cream for under eye bags. Don't do that.

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    My favorites are....


    Biotherm Skin Vivo

    Any eye product by Dermaglow

    RoC Multi Correxion Eye Treatment

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fran View Post
    I once tried hemmoroid cream for under eye bags. Don't do that.
    I have heard about using hemorrhoid cream. Am curious as to why you say not to try it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lobelia View Post
    I have both problems, too. What do you use for the circles, Nevan?
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    Costs an arm and a leg but "La Mer The Eye Concentrate" works wonders

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    Quote Originally Posted by Icepik View Post
    I have heard about using hemorrhoid cream. Am curious as to why you say not to try it?
    Because it doesn't work unless you have hemorrhoids under your eyes. Most of us don't.
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    I've been in search of a dark circles cure for years...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lobelia View Post
    I have both problems, too. What do you use for the circles, Nevan?
    I talked about this in the other thread about favorite cosmetics ... I use IT Cosmetics Bye Bye Undereye ... Bye Bye Under Eye

    You need to use it with a concealer brush, which took some time getting used to (but you're supposed to "set" it with your fingertips after application). I used to use Benefit's Bo-ing, which is still great but I find that it dries out in the pot way before I'm down to the bottom. You can also use the Bye Bye Undereye as a foundation too (I don't but I do use it around the bottom of my nose where I have broken capillaries and on my eyelids as a eyeshadow primer). They sell a really nice brush that is a dual concealer/foundation brush. I kind of like it, but I feel that it takes more product then you need so I use a regular Sephora concealer brush. You'll be surprised with how very little product you need of this stuff to conceal dark circles and imperfections. It's really amazing!

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    If I had the money, this is what I'd buy because I've heard mostly raves about it:

    Instant Eye Tuck | Easy Eye Solutions

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    For the bagginess I had brilliant results with Retin A, took about 4 months before I started to see results but it has noticeably thickened and tightened the slackness under the eye, smoothing out the bags. Still waiting for it to do something about the fine lines though...
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    I LOVE this stuff! If it'll work on my under-eye drama going on each a.m., it's good stuff!


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