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6/12/14 1:32 P

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used tea bags can help with eye puffiness i have heard might try that

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6/10/14 9:01 P

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I totally ditto the previous post.

I had a peek at your SparkPage after noting your weight on your ticker, and checked your nutrition/fitness tracker. Unfortunately you don't share your nutrition but you do share you fitness tracker. I note that you do 3hrs workouts daily, including boot camp stuff. II have a funny feeling that you may not be eating enough to sustain your physical activity, and also, unless you are very short, you are under-weight.

Is it possible that you are doing far too much for what your body can really cope with? That can cause bags under the eyes. Things like lack of sleep. Do you get at least 7hrs sleep each night?

I think it is possible that rather than having fillers etc., you might be better to talk with your Dr and ask for a referral to a Therapist who deals with body image issues, because I think that your mind-set is more the problem than the true physical aspect as others see you.

A LOT of surgeons will agree to these procedures whether a person needs them or not. Just look at how Michael Jackson ended up with his nose, etc. (o.k. ... that is extreme, but ...)


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6/10/14 2:58 P

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I've never heard of this procedure. I've been trying over the counter creams for my dark circles and bags. I've found that creams with chamomile have helped.

Would I try something like this ? not yet, I'll stick with the over the counter stuff for now. I'm a little wary when I hear the words filler and injections.

Are you using a reputable cosmetic surgeon to do the work ? If your surgeon has a good reputation, I would trust the advice of your surgeon over the well meaning but totally anonymous opinions on the internet.

Did you research the procedure prior to signing up ? Did you check your surgeon or the person doing the procedure to make sure they were reputable ? If you signed up, that implies that you know what to expect. Did your doctor describe everything ? Did your doctor show you before/after photos of other clients ? If not, you might want to reconsider.

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6/10/14 2:03 P

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I'm having Juviderm on Friday - has anyone had experience with this? I want to get rid of undereye bags that have bugged me for years.

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