Very light, refreshing gel-like eye cream for puffy eyes and dark circles.
Blepharo-Light Eye Cream
$60.00 – $88.00
How it Works
How to Use
Apply a small amount to the eye area, distribute evenly around the eyes. Use daily, morning and night. Store your cream on the fridge door and apply cool for best results. Follow with Blepharo-Rich Eye Cream for pronounced age-defying effect or with your favourite Meder cream.
Bags under eyes are usually simply a cosmetic concern. However, please contact your GP if the swelling is severe, persistent, painful, itchy or red. Your doctor will want to rule out other possible causes that can contribute to the swelling, such as thyroid disease, infection or an allergy. A GP may refer you to a doctor who specialises in eye diseases (ophthalmologist) or a plastic surgeon if necessary.
When bags under the eyes are the result of environmental harm or underlying health issues, some simple lifestyle changes may help lessen their appearance.
- Get plenty of sleep (average 8 hours daily).
- Sleep with your head elevated a few inches to keep fluid from pooling around your eyes.
- Avoid fluids before bedtime and avoid salt throughout the day.
- Keep your allergy symptoms under control by avoiding triggers and taking prescription or over-the-counter allergy medications.
- If you’re a smoker make every effort to quit.
- Introduce Blepharo-Light Eye Cream in your daily skincare routine!
How it Works
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