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10-12-2014 05:20 PM
Hi, I have the same problem since I was in my late 40's. I'm now 56. My mom had them too. I also have asked our QVC friends for their opinion and I hate to tell you this, but I have tried so many creams/lotions and nothing has worked for me. I think injections might be the only hope but from what I've read they last for less than a year and costly - $600 - $700. I look pretty good for my age, but oh my, those bags sure age me. I've cut back on salt too as I read that can cause the bags to appear larger, but again did not work for me. Im sure open for any suggestions too - any more suggestions ladies?? Thank you.
10-12-2014 05:27 PM
10-12-2014 05:44 PM
I had a co-worker who had lovely skin EXCEPT for un-eye bags. She had surgery, no external stitches, little down time.
It was fabulous we were all amazed. She said the money she spent on lotions and such over the years probably cost more than the surgery.
10-12-2014 05:44 PM
On 10/12/2014 Colonel Meow said:
SKINN's Mango Eye Mask. Keep it in the fridge for a cool wake-me-up feeling.
Whatever cream you might try, keep it in the fridge! The coolness helps with puffiness.
10-12-2014 05:48 PM
If it's just a little puffiness, the Preparation H or some of the creams recommended above may help. Worth trying one or two, perhaps. If you have significant undereye bags, there's often a deposit of fat under the skin, and the overlying skin has stretched and lost its elasticity. In that case, you need to speak with a plastic surgeon. I hate to tell you, but for a lot of us those eye bags just come with age.
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