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    Default Hylexin - does it really work ?

    Im a 37 year old female , mother of one six year old child
    and since i had my daugther i have notised dark circles under
    my eyes. Well i know where they came from, during my pregnacy
    i diden't sleep well at all. then after she was born it just got worse
    so i went to my doctor and he gave me ambien to help me sleep.
    well im sleeping good but i still have those damm dark circles under
    my eyes and even though i use concealer under my eyes i can still
    see the darkness. Then i heard about this cream called Hylexin
    its just for my problem. But hears my question ? Dose this stuff
    realy work ? Has anyone on this board ever had this problem or
    tryed this stuff ?

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    I think dark circles sometimes - not always - have to do with nutrition and can be improved with same. I'll post a link when I find it.

    this site has a naturopath who says that it's sometimes caused by allergies:
    Dark circles under eyes

    here's another article that looks good:
    Dark Circles - indiaparenting.com
    Last edited by Mira; September 30th, 2007 at 02:50 PM.

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    I think i get my daily nutrition. Me and my family eat our veggies
    drink lots of milk water. And say no to tea coffee sodas.
    Now that i think about it my mom always had dark circles under her
    eyes but she would use make up. Im realy tired of doing that and i was hoping that this stuff realy did work.

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    You can always check various message boards to see if people have had success with it. Have no idea where to look, except start with Google.

    Hylexin only treats one cause though, so if it doesn't work you'll have to try the other things listed in the above links.

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    Thank you mira

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    Allergies are so hereditary and it's really hard to guess-a trip to an Allergist might end it all.
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