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Kiehls Facial Fuel Eye De-Puffer Product Review Caulfield's Counter Cream Gel Puffy dark circles

Kiehls Facial Fuel Eye De-Puffer Product Review Caulfield's Counter Cream Gel puffy dark circlesKiehls Facial Fuel Eye De-Puffer Product Review Caulfield's Counter Cream Gel puffy dark circles

Kiehls Facial Fuel Eye De-Puffer Ingredients List Product Review Caulfields Counter

Kiehl’s Facial Fuel Eye De-Puffer Ingredients List

Overall Rating: ★★★★☆
Price: $$ ($10-$20) – Available at Kiehl’s and other higher end retailers.
Scent: No noticeable scent.
I liked: how refreshing it felt around the eyes.  The product did a great job at moisturizing and minimizing the puffiness around my eyes.  The small size makes it ideal for carrying around at all times – fits comfortably in my pocket.  Contains caffeine, Arctic Root, and hibiscus extract.
I didn’t like: that it wasn’t as effective at minimizing the dark circles around my eyes.

Overall, Kiehl’s Facial Fuel Eye De-Puffer is an effective, convenient product for moisturizing and reducing puffiness around the eyes.  It also makes for a great eye refresher that can be used at any time.  If you go on a bender and need help looking alive the following day, this eye “de-puffer” will come in handy.

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40 Carrots Carrot + Cucumber Eye Gel Caulfield's Counter Product Review

40 Carrots Carrot + Cucumber Eye Gel

Overall Rating: ★★★☆☆
Price: $$ ($10-$20)
Scent: No noticeable scent.
I liked: the effectiveness of the gel as a moisturizer. Paraben free.
I didn’t like: the mild stinging sensation the gel caused around the eyelids.

I am still searching for an eye gel that I really like.  Time has taken a toll on the area around my eyes.  With each passing year the folds around them become more noticeable.  I’ve never looked more like an insomniac with my dark circles and puffy eyelids.  Who do I turn to?  What works?  On a whim, I decided to buy 40 Carrots Carrot +Cucumber Eye Gel from Amazon.  During the first few weeks of use, I experienced a mild stinging sensation – not something I was accustomed to.  The retinol in the product caused some slight discomfort, but the feeling disappeared two minutes after application.  As a moisturizer, 40 Carrots Eye Gel is effective.  However, I want an eye gel to “wake my eyes up.”  If I spend more than $10 for half an ounce of eye gel, I expect it to somewhat impress me.  Overall, I didn’t care much for the gel.  I didn’t notice any smoothing out of lines around my eyes nor did the dark circles get lighter.  I still haven’t found what that great eye gel I’m looking for.  Maybe I should start wearing sunglasses 24/7.

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Who needs eye gel when you can have this?

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