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Anyone got a miracle solution to the problem of undereye bags without using cosmetic surgery?? I've used various creams/gels etc but not impressed with any of them.
 

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Hi ya Vitamin K tablets are meant to be good for under the eye bags and lines and also Iv heard that the Garnie caffiene eye roll on is meant to be good! However I have not tried this produt myself!
 

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Anyone got a miracle solution to the problem of undereye bags without using cosmetic surgery?? I've used various creams/gels etc but not impressed with any of them.
Apply some ice to the area -- this isn't a permanent solution but it will help for a few hours i.e., before you are going out. Vit. C helps too but the results will take time. From what I've heard, extreme baggy eyes are caused by fat deposits -- if you really want to address the condition -- I'd go for surgery.
 

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Apply some ice to the area -- this isn't a permanent solution but it will help for a few hours i.e., before you are going out. Vit. C helps too but the results will take time. From what I've heard, extreme baggy eyes are caused by fat deposits -- if you really want to address the condition -- I'd go for surgery.
I'l try the ice and Vit.C but surgery is out of the question due to cowardice and lack of funds!!!! Thanks anyway.
 

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Hi ya Vitamin K tablets are meant to be good for under the eye bags and lines and also Iv heard that the Garnie caffiene eye roll on is meant to be good! However I have not tried this produt myself!
Thank you for the info - I'll look into it and give whatever a try.
 
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