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Do Eye Creams Really Work?

Are Antiaging Eye Creams Really Worth the Cash? We Consulted the Pros

Do Eye Creams Really Work?
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While eye creams are the best way to manage the undereye area, you can also turn to tools or procedures for a little antiaging help. Filler injections are an option to help reduce sunken undereyes.

"I find regular use of the Jade Facial Massage Roller ($63) on the face, neck, and undereye helps brighten the area . . . [and] helps decrease undereye puffiness," says Hamdan. "When your eye area gets puffy, it pushes the blood vessels under your eyes closer to the surface, making dark circles worse. If you have a lot of puffiness, use the jade roller every day, and place it in the fridge before using. While jade is naturally cool to the touch, the extra coolness from the fridge really makes a difference."

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