I walked by this product SO many times and always decided against buying it as it is rather expensive (€15). However, a while ago the drugstore had a discount and I caved. If you want to say bye bye to puffy bags under your eyes: this is for you!
Here’s what Garnier has to say:
Roll away under-eye puffiness and dark circles for brighter, more radiant eyes.
Is it right for me?
While you sleep circulation slows down and causes fluid to collect in your lower eye area. Dark circles and puffiness appear. Skin Renew anti-puff eye roller is right for you if you gently want to stimulate micro-circulation around skin’s delicate eye area to decongest excess fluid for diminished dark circles and puffiness.
How do I use it?
Gently roll Skin Renew anti-puff eye roller under the eye from the inner corner to the outer corner, one to two times.
How do I use Skin Renew products together?
After cleansing with your favorite Garnier cleanser, use your preferred Skin Renew daily moisture lotion. Apply Skin Renew anti-puff eye roller as your daily care, morning and night.
For advanced care, incorporate into your routine:
Skin Renew radiance moisture cream
These rollers now come in different varieties as well, but I haven’t tried those. All I have tried is the regular one with a cafeine boost for your under eyes. All I have to say is: I love this! Especially when I wake up at 6 AM to go to work I get those silly bags. All you do is just roll it on, massage it in with your fingers and let it dry. 5 mins later *poof* those bags are gone. All I need is a bit of Benefit’s Ooh La Lift and I’m all set. I don’t even need concealer anymore, as I don’t get super dark circles, only puffiness.So yay for that! This is what the roller looks like:
Needless to say I will definitely repurchase this product and may try a different one next time! The downside is that it is expensive. However I will be buying it on sale though, as Garnier products are on sale plenty of times throughout the year.
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