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Last Edited by HetfieldJ September 6, 2015 at 12:25 PM
Amazing Stuff via Amazon has YALMEH Glory Eye Bright Gel For Dark Circles and Puffiness [amazon.com] for about 50% discount.
Reviews pretty decent 4.4 out of 5 stars.

Use code 38UUTIWK to bring down the price to $8.97

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I hope "ALL NATURAL INGREDIENTS" is legit.
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Hi OP, do you use this, and if so any thoughts about it??
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Hi OP, do you use this, and if so any thoughts about it??

Thanks. I just bought this for my sister. I've been using a different product, with good results. I got it from an Amazon lightning deal. I'm very happy with the effect it's having reducing the dark circles around my eyes. PM me if you want the link.
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Hi OP, do you use this, and if so any thoughts about it??
I sleep all day so no dark circles for me. But I've picked up one for my mum.
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Thanks. I just bought this for my sister. I've been using a different product, with good results. I got it from an Amazon lightning deal. I'm very happy with the effect it's having reducing the dark circles around my eyes. PM me if you want the link.
Thanks will do!


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I sleep all day so no dark circles for me. But I've picked up one for my mum.
Does our mom like this product??

For me it's not dark circles, but sometimes puffiness, after having eaten a meal the night before with too much sodium, is when it becomes noticeable. laugh out loud
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I hope "ALL NATURAL INGREDIENTS" is legit.
"Natural" is a label that verges on meaningless under US labeling laws. As long as the original feedstock was vaguely connected to a product that occurs in nature, they can do whatever processing they want and it still stays "natural". An artificial alcohol, for example, using lets say a corn based feedstock is "natural", but if they use a petroleum feedstock, it's not. The end product labeled "Natural" routinely never occurs without some often extensive chemical processing somewhere in it's manufacture. At least "organic" has some, albeit limited meaning, though plenty of greenwash made it into those requirements. Note though that there are plenty of dangerous and inflammatory natural products, and the same goes for utterly safe man-made products. It's more a product of the testing and regulatory environment something is manufactured in (think China).
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"Natural" is a label that verges on meaningless under US labeling laws. As long as the original feedstock was vaguely connected to a product that occurs in nature, they can do whatever processing they want and it still stays "natural". An artificial alcohol, for example, using lets say a corn based feedstock is "natural", but if they use a petroleum feedstock, it's not. The end product labeled "Natural" routinely never occurs without some often extensive chemical processing somewhere in it's manufacture. At least "organic" has some, albeit limited meaning, though plenty of greenwash made it into those requirements. Note though that there are plenty of dangerous and inflammatory natural products, and the same goes for utterly safe man-made products. It's more a product of the testing and regulatory environment something is manufactured in (think China).
Well said
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