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    Fractionated Coconut Oil for Skin Therapeutic Carrier Oil Moisturizer for Face and Body Natural Anti Aging Eye Cream Aromatherapy Massage Oil and Anti Frizz Leave In Conditioner for Dry Damaged Hair
    Beauty (Maple Holistics)

    Maple Holistics

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    • NOURISHING NATURAL SKIN CARE coconut oil serum for face is a skin moisturizer for men women and teens. This moisturizing helps improve the appearance of cellulite scars and stretch marks.
    • COLD PRESSED COCONUT OIL is full of nourishing fatty acids which protect and enhance for radiant skin and glossy hair. It is a great carrier oil for essential oils mixing for gentle aromatherapy.
    • MONEY BACK GUARANTEE this oil absorbs easily into skin without leaving it feeling oily and greasy. This is oil refined for ultimate purity and contains no added chemicals parabens or preservatives.
    • HYDRATING HAIR TREATMENT Coconut oil for hair is great to make a DIY hair growth hair mask for longer stronger and thicker hair. This deep conditioner will enhance hair that's curly straight or wavy.
    • TONS OF TERRIFIC USES this odorless oil is a multi-use personal care product. Use it as a cuticle oil shave cream night cream and makeup remover. Use it as a relaxing massage therapy oil to relieve sore muscles.

    Osmosis Skincare Medical Skincare Refresh Eye Serum, 0.5 Oz
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    • Firms and protects the delicate skin around the eyes
    • Increases nutrient supply and moisture
    • Reduces puffiness and dark circles

8 natural remedies for puffy eyes and dark circles

Too little sleep? Allergies? Overindulgence? Whatever your complaint, these tricks can help.

If the eyes are the windows of the soul, wouldn’t it be great if those windows had nice curtains? But alas, for a host of reasons, our eyes and their immediate surroundings can be quick to show signs of stress and exhaustion. And aside from wanting one’s peepers to look nice and shine brightly, tired puffy eyes simply just don’t feel great.

There are all kinds of very expensive over-the-counter beauty treatments for eyes, but in my experience, few of them are worth it. (Though I did find one that is a bit miraculous, more on that below.) So with all of this in mind, consider these approaches as a first line of defense against puffy and/or dark, tired eyes. Some are novel, some have been used for generations – some will work for some, others for will work others. Take them for a spin and see what happens.

1. Cold compress