what is the best eye product for instant help with puffy under eyes?

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  1. Robin Roth wrote on :

    Preparation H carefully applied so it doesn’t get in the eyes works wonders for me.

  2. Marie Howard wrote on :

    I’m partial to the Infusor Brush. It uses ultrasonic to help with product penetration but also really helps with excess fluid build up under the eye area…it facilitates drainage. A less tech-y but tried and true method for me is to chill my aloe vera gel, and apply under my eyes, then hold chilled teaspoons over it for about two minutes. Instant brightening and depuffing.

  3. Maria Comfort wrote on :

    I’m with Suzi51 on this one. The two remedies that are most full-proof without doing any harm to your skin are cucumbers and tea bags. Cool tea bags (especially hibiscus and chamomile) are refreshing, but the caffeine in green tea draws more of the puffiness out. Cucumbers are loaded is antioxidants, vitamins, etc. They are good, not only for the eyes, but for the whole face. I have had facials where ground up, very cold, cucumbers were applied as a mask at the end of the facial. My skin glowed and was very tight afterwards!
    Good luck to you, Swoody.

  4. suzi51 wrote on :

    The best products are in your kitchen.
    1.Slice a cool cucumber into thin slices and apply to eyes. Rest for 10 minutes and voila! no more bags.
    2. Soak teabags in hot water, wring them out and refrigerate until cooled. Place on eyes, relax for 10 minutes and you will get great results.
    I have tried expensive creams and gels and have no results or very little.

  5. linda caricofe wrote on :

    I have recently found the best product for the face, neck and eye area is StriVectin-TL
    Although I do not know if they offer an instant product, I can assure you, use this product the night before, and your eyes will not be puffy in the morning.
    I have always been an Avon product user until this year.
    It’s amazing the difference one year makes as far as aging.
    The person I saw looking back at me in the morning mirror had puffy under eyes !!!!!! I was shocked beyond belief, if was though it happened over night.
    I was lucky to have watched The Doctors show that morning, and this product was recommended.
    They said it was worth the price, and I agree it is.

  6. GenuineAmyHall wrote on :

    I get this problem when I don’t get enough sleep or party too much. I use Mary Kay’s TimeWise-Targeted-Action-Eye-Revitalizer. It’s got a steel ball that you rub over the effected area which is very cooling to help get rid of the puffiness. To get rid of the dark circles that always accompany my puffy eyes Mary Kay added a natural anti-oxident (Citrus Peel (Apigenen) and Gotu Kola (Centella Asiatica) which is a moisturizer & toner and helps to increase your circulation which helps to reduce the puffiness. I’m including a link to my Mary Kay site so you can look at the ingredients and the actual product. I was a Mary Kay user way before I became a consultant. The reason I became a consultant was because I was sharing about my wonderful make-up with everyone and they wanted to purchase it themselves. http://beta.marykay.com/genuineamyhall/en-US/Makeup/Eyes/Eye-Care/TimeWise-Targeted-Action-Eye-Revitalizer/100746.partId?eCatId=10560

  7. casavon wrote on :

    A quick way to get rid of those puffy eyes at an affordable cost is to use Avon’s Eye Lift Pro. It has a cream to use under your eyes that reduces puffiness and helps with dark shadows too. There’s also a gentle gel that you can use on your eyelids and brow bone to instantly make them appear tighter and lifted.

    I was teaching a class for Avon when this product came out. One of my attendees said that she’s used Eye Lift Pro on one eye only. People thought she’d had a stroke because of the amazing difference! It works!!

    Right now you can get it for only $20!

    Good luck!



  8. Still Blonde after all these YEARS wrote on :

    I do not experience this problem (yet) but I know many do. My research indicates that several eye products may assist you INSTANTLY:
    1) Vichy Aqualia Thermal Eye Roll-On
    This Vichy roll-on eye gel reduces the appearance of undereye bags and dark circles, and moisturizes the delicate eye area.
    2) Dr. Jessica Wu Cosmeceuticals White Peony Eye Contour
    This superrich Dr. Jessica Wu Cosmeceuticals eye cream moisturizes and reduces puffiness.
    3) Kiehl’s Midnight Recovery Eye
    This Kiehl’s eye cream revives tired eyes overnight and has a paraben-free formula that’s safe for sensitive skin.
    4) Clinique All About Eyes Serum De-Puffing Eye Massage
    This anti-aging serum soothes and depuffs eyes with a slim, convenient rollerball applicator.
    5) Origins GinZing Refreshing Eye Cream to Brighten and Depuff
    This Origins eye cream has a slight cooling sensation and includes a hint of light-reflecting particles that brighten the eye area.
    6) Good Housekeeping Suggests: (http://www.goodhousekeeping.com/beauty/anti-aging/no-knife-eye-lift)
    To the Rescue: Thanks to the pull of gravity, morning facial puffiness is usually gone by lunchtime. To speed things up, try placing a chilled eye compress, cold water-soaked tea bags, or cucumber slices over lids for five minutes. Cold constricts blood vessels and reduces swelling, says Dr. Levine. The caffeine in many eye creams is tightening, too. “Gently press on the bones around your eyes as you apply it,” she suggests. “The pressure helps stimulate circulation and drain excess fluid.” Try Garnier Nutritioniste Skin Renew Anti-Puff Eye Roller ($13, drugstores) or a Crabtree & Evelyn Gel Eye Mask ($6, Crabtree & Evelyn).

    Read more: Anti-Aging Eyes – Dark Circles – Puffy Eyes – Good Housekeeping

    Natural Remedies: Care2.com recommends:
    “hen, go topical. Lavender floral water, geranium essence, even cold milk (or cool water compresses) can help alleviate swelling. Herbal remedies can do double duty: Drink bilberry tea and apply cool tea bags to eyes to improve vision clarity (sometimes compromised when eyes get irritated). Green tea also works well, as does a tea made of nettles (good for eye issues related to hormones). Chrysanthemum tea alleviates allergy-related puffiness. (If loose tea, Wakefield suggests covering eyes with a facial tissue and covering the affected area with cool tea leaves.)

    Wakefield offers a recipe for a homemade cure. Bring 2 cups of water to a boil, add 4 tablespoons calendula flower, 2 tablespoons lavender. Steep and let cool. Soak cotton balls in the tea, and apply to under-eyes (while reclining). Save the rest of the brew for the next puffy morning.

    Read more: http://www.care2.com/greenliving/herbal-remedies-for-puffy-eyes.html#ixzz22mg1kRAT
    Long term Help:
    1) Watch your diet>>Reduce Salt in your Diet
    2) Find ways to improve your sinuses
    3) Get enough sleep
    4) Reduce Chronic Pain
    5) Sleep with head slightly elevated
    6) Excessive computer and TV watching can strain eyes

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