How to reduce eye bags

Buying skin care treatment is always part of my window shopping experience. A few months back while on a trip to Singapore, I caught sight of the attractive “Origins” display at the Changi airport piqued my curiosity. My supply of collagen eye patch from Etude House ran out and I needed some eye cream to treat puffiness. A recent TV guesting at Media in Focus revealed my eyebags from sleeping late.

You know how my work is. It entails blogging sometimes late at night causing eyebags.

I asked if they had any eye cream to de-puff. She recommended two treatments

1. No Puffery™, a Cooling mask for puffy eyes ($S 35.60) which claims to de-pouf puffs as it brightens the look of dark circles. The bag-banishing Yeast Extract (an insider beauty secret) de-poufs puffs as it brightens and lightens dark circles. And add the Hoelen Mushroom Extract that calms surrounding skin to help keep redness from settling in.

2. GinZing™ a refreshing eye cream to brighten and depuff ($S 53.00). The ingredients containing a complex of Caffeine from Coffee bean, Panax Ginseng, Magnolia Extract and natural optic brighteners says that it will rapidly wake up, refresh and restore radiance to my tired eyes.

What a way to pamper my tired peepers with this eye remedy. After many months of usage, I can say these two eye cream treatment worked for me. The cooling mask works best if left overnight. The GinSing works best during the day.

If that were not enough, I caught sight of the Starting Over™ Age-erasing moisturizer with Mimosa ($S81) since my Juice Beauty moisturizers were running out. If there is one beauty secret that Loida Lewis shared with me, it is this “use good moisturizers” on your face and neck.

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