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No Puffery™ Cooling Mask For Puffy Eyes


No Puffery™ Cooling Mask For Puffy Eyes

What it is:An eye mask that de-puffs eye bags as it brightens and lightens dark circles. What it is formulated to do: Partied too hardy? Haven't slept a wink? Logged on too long? Pamper the delicate skin around your eyes with this refreshing, icy remedy. Yeast extract de-poufs as it increases cell turnover and decreases hyperpigmentation for an even skintone. Hoelen mushroom extract calms and eliminates redness, while aloe hydrates and nourishes for soft, smooth skin. What it is formulated WITHOUT:- Parabens- Sulfates- Synthetic Fragrances- Synthetic Dyes- Petrochemicals- Phthalates- GMOs- TriclosanWhat else you need to know: Dermatologist- and ophthalmologist-tested. Suitable for all skin types.
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Does it help with upper lid puffiness?
asked 1 year, 9 months ago
healmyskin
(orem, UT)
on No Puffery™ Cooling Mask For Puffy Eyes
3 answers
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answer 1
Yes. I use this in small amounts/dabs all around my eye. Under eye, eye lid, brow bone, etc.
answered 1 year ago
emmiiy
(Edgewater, NJ)
answer 2
It worked for me.
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
PunksP
(Wyoming)
answer 3
Yes. For me, No Puffery tremendously helps to reduce the puffiness on my upper eye lids. I put it on the very first thing in the morning before I go into my morning workout and routine. Then by the time I get to washing my face and putting on makeup, the upper eye lids have depuffed.
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
happylife818
(Los Angeles, CA)
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Can this be used everyday?
asked 2 years ago
Anonymous
(Memphis, TN)
on No Puffery™ Cooling Mask For Puffy Eyes
2 answers
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answer 1
Yes. It can be added to your daily routine.
answered 1 year ago
emmiiy
(Edgewater, NJ)
answer 2
I use this daily, sometimes twice a day.
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
DarceyL
(Sacramento, CA)
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Really Decreease Hyperpigmentation???
1) I have the occasional puffy eyes, not bad though, I however am looking for a product to help with the morning circles and also just age/sun damage.
2) Does it work just under your eyes or out to the sides towards the temple area?
3) Do you think this product works only in the "moment" or do you think it has long lasting effects? Anyone used it everyday for over say a month or two?
I have fair skin with moderate sun damage and the beginning of a few eye lines.
Thanks for your expertise!
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asked 1 year, 9 months ago
ProductoftheDay
(Eugene, OR)
on No Puffery™ Cooling Mask For Puffy Eyes
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answer 1
I use this daily and have been using it daily for years. I am 29 about to be 30 and people constantly compliment me on my great skin and how I look like I'm 20. I am up early every day working with children and wanted to find a product that would help me out in the mornings because I don't get enough sleep. I never have very puffy eyes unless I've had a few glasses of wine before bed. Ha! Anyway, with daily use, I think this is a great and inexpensive product for keeping the eye area calm. The ingredients are fairly natural; you could probably use this on other areas of your face, though I haven't. I use this under my eyes, on the eye lids, and along the brow bone if I'm in the mood. As far as hyper-pigmentation goes, I'd recommend using this first as a sort of primer, and then be sure to follow with an eye cream preferably with an SPF. This alone will not take care of the hyper-pigmentation; this product is mainly for keeping the skin calm and de-puffed.
answered 1 year ago
emmiiy
(Edgewater, NJ)
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