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Despite the handsome Chad, I'm more interested in Kiehl's Under Eye Depuffer. One reaches a certain age ...Obviously the name tells all, except why did you chose this particular product over others?
Ah, now I see that handsome Chad is employed by Kiehl's. His eyes look absolutely non-puffy, however he is only 37. A mere child.
Dave,Easy question. The under eye depuffer contains the same stuff as Kiehl's Facial Fuel, but it is formulated specifically for the under eye area. It looks like a stubby fat chap stick and you can keep it in the car, gym bag or pocket. You can apply it early morning, mid-evening or late night or whenever you need to perk up the areas around the eye that can get tired - often when you hope they will look their best. It contains stuff (including caffeine) that tightens and revives the skin. I also love their Abyssine cream, and their Rosa Arctica cream. I just got their Midnight Recovery Concentrate and their classic Blue Astringent (that Warhol was addicted to). I've had problem with only one Kiehl's product, their crysta marine cream. It gave me bumps. They took it back with no questions. There are few products in this world that do what they claim and will make people remark about your appearance, but Kiehl's does it. Exfoliating with St. Ives facial scrub also never fails to get comments about how youthful my skin looks.Bumble and Bumble hair gels are also satisfying in their delivery of control and shine. Sebastina sculpting mud gives older hair like mine a youthful body and shape. There you have my secrets, plus daily sauna and drinking much water.
I'm on the search for a serious depuffer! I do have to admit....shh, don't tell anyone...that Preparation H works wonders.
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