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UPDATE: Eye Rescue Kit

Monday, July 28, 2008

Wow, to all you ladies out there that have searched for a miracle eye product I have found it! I recently was turned onto the brand Kerstin Florian and tried their Eye Rescue Mask and Caviar Eye Cream and I can’t stop raving about it! I have been struggling to find a product to help my sensitive under eye dryness that created pre-mature wrinkles that were caused by a brand that will remain nameless (the horror!). I’ve searched high and low and everything seemed to irritate my eyes even worse…that was until I discovered the Kerstin Florian Eye Rescue Kit. With 7 eye pads included and a Neroli Water Spray the pads create a skin like barrier that when applied for 15 minutes created skin that was noticeably smoother, softer and dramatically decreased wrinkles, I know it’s hard to believe but this truly give’s instant results. And to continue the anti-aging eye routine, they have a protein rich Caviar Eye Cream that diminishes dark circles, minimizes fine lines and puffiness while brightening the under eye area! I'm not the only one who love's it celebrities like Minnie Driver and Mariska Hargitay are also big fans!  I even had a few ladies in the office try it and everyone saw instant results. I must admit, it’s a bit on the pricier side(about $130 each) and has caviar and chitosan as an ingredient but the results are amazing and truly worth every penny!  To learn more click here: Eye Rescue Kit
Caviar Eye Cream
UPDATE:  After many of you wrote in about the price being a little high on this recent post, I set out to try and help!  The kind people over at Kerstin Florian are now offering a single Eye Rescue Mask for only $16.  Definitely worth checking out!  Click here to check out: Single Eye Rescue

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debbadoo wrote:
1) 7/11/2008 1:16:16 PM
I too, have very sensitive skin, and am VERY choosy about which products I use. But, this is just too pricey to TRY. Maybe the nice people at e.l.f. can come up with something similar??? I'm sure it would be a lot more affordable, and I trust what I have gotten from there so far.
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Saxy wrote:
2) 7/11/2008 1:24:09 PM
This is great, I've been looking for something to put on my eyes thats more gentle than regular moisturizer.
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BeautyJunkee wrote:
3) 7/11/2008 1:24:20 PM
I have to say, looking great is important, but not for such a high price tag!!! I guess that is why I love ELF products. You get a lot of bang for just one buck. I could imagine my husband's expression when I mentioned the cost of this product! ;)
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Nakia wrote:
4) 7/11/2008 1:28:30 PM
This sounds great! I have sensitive, problem-eyes, and I will definitely be trying it. Thank you so much!
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periwinkletc wrote:
5) 7/11/2008 1:34:26 PM
Are there any alternatives that may be less pricier? I might be willing to try this out regardless tho...Will E.L.F. come up with an alternative? ;)
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Annalee wrote:
6) 7/11/2008 1:44:58 PM
O thank you so much for this news!!! I am alwasy so worried about the condition of my eyes!! I have liitterally tried it all and nothing works quit the way I would like it too!! Thanks, I am going to go get it today!!
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Mello wrote:
7) 7/11/2008 2:08:21 PM
A little too expensive for my budget, but love the sound of instant results...
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donnadonut wrote:
8) 7/11/2008 2:17:52 PM
I always have dark circles and puffy eyes, and in the winter time my under eyes turn dry. Definitely looks like something I need!
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may wrote:
9) 7/11/2008 2:29:31 PM
that sounds wonderful! I do wish i had the money for it, though. :]
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lemiscus wrote:
10) 7/11/2008 2:30:53 PM
I think you mistyped "celebrities" because you have "celebirites" there. Doesn't anybody use spell check any more?
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rosyglasses wrote:
11) 7/11/2008 2:32:21 PM
This looks like very high quality stuff and I don't doubt it would provide results, but other commenters are right that's a hefty price tag. I guess I'll be looking for cheaper and more accessible beauty boosts.
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Workplace Wonder wrote:
12) 7/11/2008 2:38:54 PM
Wow...can't wait to try this!! Eyes are the one thing not affected by wrinkles yet..lol..trying to keep it that way!!
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MakeupDancingQueen wrote:
13) 7/11/2008 2:41:43 PM
Eye creams are amazing!!! It depends on what your personal eye cream needs are. I myself love Cliniques All About Eyes. It gives my eye area the drink it needs and it also helps diminish fine lines and wrinkles. Also, don't layer eye creams. It doesn't do anything but waste product. I use my all about eyes ($27.50-$46.00) at night and I use Clinique Advanced Stop Signs Eye Cream SPF 15 ($32.50)during the day. Those are my favorite!!
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think_pretty wrote:
14) 7/11/2008 2:45:00 PM
I put really really cold milk on cotton pads and put them on my eyes. the cold feels good after being in the sun all day and when I take them off, my eyes look brighter. Just be careful, kepp your eyes shut when you have the pads on them!!!
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Sabrina_08 wrote:
15) 7/11/2008 2:53:57 PM
I found a really great eye cream that's, fortunately, on the less pricey side, and it works really nicely to hydrate the eye area. It's called Garnier Nutritionist Regenerating Eye Cream for about $20 at drugstores. Another great eye cream is by Yves Rocher called Dermo Deep-Line Eliminator, which is on sale right now for about $15 (http://www.yves-rocher.com).
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Reemii wrote:
16) 7/11/2008 3:03:15 PM
I have such dark circles and dryness under my eyes I'm convinced I have to try this product! I hope it works. Thanks for letting us know about it.
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pclaxgal wrote:
17) 7/11/2008 3:06:37 PM
Sounds great for under-eye bags and puffiness but...only if you've got the cash!!!
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Dancearh26 wrote:
18) 7/11/2008 3:10:17 PM
How can I contact someone with ELF???? Apparently the only way to write to anyone is on a stupid blog!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This website is ridiculous!
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Southernstar14 wrote:
19) 7/11/2008 3:13:00 PM
definately have to check that out
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mscombine wrote:
20) 7/11/2008 3:36:12 PM
I will give it a try anything can help my eyes.
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NPBBeautyBuff wrote:
21) 7/11/2008 3:39:51 PM
This product is exactly what I've been looking for. My eyes are too sensitive for most eye treatments, but a soothing and brightening masque that stays in place and can't run into my eyes sounds great. The price is worth it when it's a product that works!
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Caramel Candy wrote:
22) 7/11/2008 3:56:12 PM
I've had dark circles under my eyes as far back as I can remember. My mom and sisters do too. We're always searching for products to both minimize and conceal. This sounds like a great product to minimize. Does anyone know of a great undereye concealer?
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Miranda Kay wrote:
23) 7/11/2008 4:02:14 PM
I had the same problem -- every time I tried something to smooth out the under-eye area, it felt like the skin irritation got worse! I'll be sure to check this one out.
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Melodie* wrote:
24) 7/11/2008 4:10:02 PM
That sounds amazing! I have delicate under eye skin which constantly looks purplish, and I have yet to find even a concealer that works for me without looking too obvious. It also feels terrible whenever I need to put on my contacts because I have to tug at that skin to open up my eyes.
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marleemae138 wrote:
25) 7/11/2008 4:20:36 PM
i have to say, a good hot shower, cucumbers, and coco butter is a cheap natural way to get good eyes and skin, also, washing your face with a lemon does wonders. trust me
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cuteful wrote:
26) 7/11/2008 4:20:42 PM
Eeep! That's very expensive.. much more so than the products I currently use.
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yeahdonna wrote:
27) 7/11/2008 4:31:41 PM
that water spray sounds very interesting. i usually do the whole cucmuber slices and that is so very soothing and relaxing. I always thought it was kinda silly, but for reals, it works! But I swim alot and chlorine does quite a number on my eyes, so it'd be nice to have a product handy rather than having to buy and slice up cucumbers!
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SGisMe wrote:
28) 7/11/2008 4:46:26 PM
I'd really like to have this, but this price is a bit too much.
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a_gurski wrote:
29) 7/11/2008 4:48:34 PM
I have very sensitive skin also, but not so big a pocketbook! I have found a great Mary Kay product that I love!! It's called soothing eye gel. Its a great moisturizer, and it also helps soothe puffy tired under eye areas. It's a great way to wake your eyes up after a long night out. Stick it in the refrigerator for an extra cool boost!
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Hanns wrote:
30) 7/11/2008 5:17:13 PM
This looks great since I have pretty sensitive skin, but it does seem a little too expensive.
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kattypops wrote:
31) 7/11/2008 5:41:45 PM
i have sensitive skin, especially around my eyes as well. that product seems great! thought a bit pricey, it seems to be worth the investment. will definitely give it a try
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Lip gloss wrote:
32) 7/11/2008 5:43:55 PM
We love all the lip glosses they are wonderful!!!!
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muhreeahh wrote:
33) 7/11/2008 5:48:19 PM
130?.. man hole in my wallet
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musicmavenesse wrote:
34) 7/11/2008 5:51:21 PM
WOW.... That's amazing! It's a miracle! I seriously thought there was nothing to diminish dark circles besides concealer...Wow, thanks.
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AKatieGirl wrote:
35) 7/11/2008 6:04:46 PM
Wonderful! I've been wanting to try something to take care of under-eye puffiness and dark circles. I'd definitely try this!
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EriKa wrote:
36) 7/11/2008 6:32:58 PM
Wow too bad its so pricey. At that price I just cant afford to even try it though. O well.
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Marin wrote:
37) 7/11/2008 6:41:31 PM
This product sounds truely amazing!
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Music wrote:
38) 7/11/2008 6:47:19 PM
I have had droopy eyes for years, I have to try this!
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Jen08 wrote:
39) 7/11/2008 6:47:33 PM
Wow, this sounds awesome! I've been looking for something to help me with wrinkles and dark circles! I'll definitely look into it
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Sagey wrote:
40) 7/11/2008 7:30:42 PM
Thank you soooo much for this! I get so worried about the bags under my eyes being dark and gross. Will buy, right away!
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blue13ceasar wrote:
41) 7/11/2008 8:30:53 PM
Its pretty pricey... maybe elf should attempt at a line of Skincare products? (I wouldnt mind paying a bit more than a dollar for eye cream ^_^ )
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Tinky Winky wrote:
42) 7/11/2008 9:00:05 PM
Maybe i'll try it out...
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Nani wrote:
43) 7/11/2008 9:11:44 PM
This is definitely worth a try! I can now use this for all my all-nighters :)
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silverangel83 wrote:
44) 7/11/2008 9:18:13 PM
That's way too pricey for me. Thank goodness I don't have a problem with wrinkles! I do, however, have a problem with dark undereye circles. :(
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vanity-doll wrote:
45) 7/11/2008 9:28:30 PM
Wow, I've never seen any eye unwrinkle cream that works but this sounds like it'd work. I have those horrible dark circles and it'll help. It's a bit pricy but worth it :)
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Rachel L wrote:
46) 7/11/2008 11:15:42 PM
oh wow. sounds like a dream come true! I'll have to save up $ and try this product!
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sexymami40824 wrote:
47) 7/12/2008 1:09:14 AM
I'm constantly looking for and trying eye creams, but no luck.The Eye Rescue Kit is a little too much out of my price range though.I would try an E.L.F. eye cream definitely!!!!!(hint, hint)
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Evelina wrote:
48) 7/12/2008 1:21:27 AM
Wow, it is a bit pricey... If only i won the lottery... :(
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Chelsey wrote:
49) 7/12/2008 2:53:55 AM
Sounds interesting, but that price tag blows my mind. I'd rather keep my dark circles and go buy some shoes or cute purse with that money.
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Bashambuggirl wrote:
50) 7/12/2008 8:54:37 AM
$130 . . . think I'll pass. I'll stick with Olay.
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katie grace wrote:
51) 7/12/2008 11:12:16 AM
This sounds incredible! I've been looking for forever for something to combat my horrible dark circles under my eyes. It sounds like I've found it! Thanks so much!
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Kiwi Kween wrote:
52) 7/12/2008 11:28:43 AM
wow that's expensive. It better work for being $130!!
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jules02682 wrote:
53) 7/12/2008 11:40:04 AM
I have sensitive eyes and would love to try this product but it is a bit pricey...It would be wonderful to find a cheaper alternative that produced the same results. My search for the miracle eye product continues....
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weepingwillow256 wrote:
54) 7/12/2008 1:14:25 PM
I can't remember the name of it, but i once found some sort of cooling cucumber gel, and since it was a gel and not a cream it wasn't as irritating or itchy, you only needed a little dab and a bottle that would last you like 4 months was only about 6 dollars. I'm going to call my sister and ask what that stuff was and post it soon.
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gwubby wrote:
55) 7/12/2008 2:04:53 PM
Sounds like a great product! Will try in the future when I have more money saved up. If only it weren't so pricey..
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Vee<3 wrote:
56) 7/12/2008 2:27:32 PM
This is amazing for sensitive skin! Completely works wonders!
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dcgirl16 wrote:
57) 7/12/2008 2:44:52 PM
I'm a graduate student, which means no sleep which equals puffy eyes and dark circles, and this stuff sounds amazing I would love to try it! Unfortunately because I am a graduate student there is no way I could spend $130 on this. I wonder if there is something similiar but cheaper?
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eliza123 wrote:
58) 7/12/2008 5:20:55 PM
ive never heard of this. sounds interesting.
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Fashion Fanatic wrote:
59) 7/12/2008 5:27:29 PM
Sounds cool, but way too expensive!
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GeeGee wrote:
60) 7/12/2008 7:32:44 PM
wow my mom need too see this!! :)
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trishyj20 wrote:
61) 7/12/2008 8:58:50 PM
Have you heard of 100% Pure? They are AMAZING! It is the absolute best thing I have put on my skin. It is all natural- no chemicals-preservatives-fillers-etc...AWESOME stuff, check it out!
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Happy wrote:
62) 7/12/2008 10:23:03 PM
That looks so cool!
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esti702 wrote:
63) 7/13/2008 12:03:56 AM
I have been using Murads Renewing Eye Cream and I love it. It works on all the signs of aging around the eye area...fine lines, puffiness, and dark circles
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steverino wrote:
64) 7/13/2008 2:55:35 AM
My mom just recently had a birthday, which always brings up thoughts about age and what it's doing to her once-so-beautiful skin. Well this year I thought it'd be funny to get her wrinkle cream. The best one I found was Athena 7 Minute Lift. It's cheaper than the suggested product ($89) and there were a bunch of independent studies done and they showed the appearance of wrinkles really did decrease by like 90% in seven minutes!
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minicbee wrote:
65) 7/13/2008 7:46:39 AM
I have similar eye problems as well. To solve this problem the a cheaper way than the one that Achelle has, I take a sleeping eye mask and fill the outside padding that's going to cover my eye with a sensitive skin moisturizer ( Proactive's miosturizer is perfect for this) and place the mask over my eyes before bedtime. In the morning, your eyes will look more awaken and smooth as well as brighter.
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Lisamarie21 wrote:
66) 7/13/2008 10:53:10 AM
This sounds great! When I can afford it I am so getting some!!!
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apryll wrote:
67) 7/13/2008 5:45:03 PM
sound like something I can use, I will definitly check it out
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Awesome! wrote:
68) 7/13/2008 5:47:07 PM
Awesome Ideas...I'll try them out.
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chillvail wrote:
69) 7/13/2008 7:30:48 PM
WoW! I would love to try this product. I have tried so many things but nothing seems to really work.
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watergurl wrote:
70) 7/14/2008 1:33:39 AM
WOW! For $130, it had better work!
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sparklewish wrote:
71) 7/14/2008 1:36:41 AM
I am always on the look out for good eye products to help with undereye circles and the beginings of a few lines. I am in my late 20's and because I know how important it is to take care of this area, I would really love to find a product that not only works but is also affordable. I am in grad school and I am afraid that I can not afford to cash out money. For once I would love to hear about products that are just as good as these pricey brands but is cost affordable for those of us out there who can cash out a lot of money. Does anyone know of any good brands out there that are affordable?
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roliepolieoles wrote:
72) 7/14/2008 6:32:30 AM
at that price...and people even purchasing it...im sure it has to work! i've even heard of pricey stretch mark creams that work and to the ones who've purchased it..they thought it was worth every penny!
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bltbb wrote:
73) 7/14/2008 6:50:09 AM
Sounds like a winner that only a few can afford. Wish some day that would change.
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Britney wrote:
74) 7/14/2008 9:00:45 AM
i agree with debbadoo! e.l.f should come out with their own skin care line--including eye creams! personally, i cannot live without eye cream, my eyes get itchy and dry and i cannot apply makeup over that. however, i also cheap out when it comes to eye cream, because you cannot puy a teeny tiny container of eye cream for under 15$!
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designah wrote:
75) 7/14/2008 9:07:17 AM
This is wonderful! I get a lot of comments about the smoothness of my skin, and I try to tell them that it takes finding the right products. It's very hard for me to find cleansers and moisturizers and make-up that will not dry me out or break me out. Thank you for the tip!
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Lo V wrote:
76) 7/14/2008 10:12:56 AM
Vaseline works wondering if you smudge a little on your eyelid and brow bone to give you a little sheen and brighten up tired eyes!
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reminisce wrote:
77) 7/14/2008 12:43:37 PM
I should try this! My eyes are very horrible right now! Cant wait till my next pay check!
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flineo wrote:
78) 7/14/2008 12:50:20 PM
before spending that kind of cash, maybe a few other bloggers can let me know how it works for them. i have to say, caviar as an ingredient makes me wonder - how does it smell??
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mai_z wrote:
79) 7/14/2008 2:46:29 PM
For $130 , its pretty pricey... maybe for occasional long term use? For quick fix getting rid of puffiness, icecubes wrapped in cloths also seem to do the trick.
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Grkbabez wrote:
80) 7/14/2008 3:41:22 PM
i've been looking for a good eye treatment that actually work on ALL aspects of eye care! cant wait to try it! :-)
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JBandCJ1998 wrote:
81) 7/14/2008 4:38:30 PM
I don't think I'm willing to spend $130. How long does the bottle last and how many uses is it?
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Jiji wrote:
82) 7/15/2008 12:49:10 AM
I've been worried lately about premature wrinkles and this stuff might work!
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Daph wrote:
83) 7/15/2008 5:58:49 AM
I too have very sensitive skin. I am, also unfortunately on a REALLY tight budget. As such, I just use Burt's Bees undereye cream. It lasts quite a while as you need so little. It doesn't burn my skin, or a hole in my wallet.
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sgumer wrote:
84) 7/15/2008 10:54:55 AM
i will have to try this out. right now i use neutrogena and olay, and they work ok, but i think there is better. this is a little pricey, but if it works then it will be well worth it.
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smurf wrote:
85) 7/15/2008 1:54:37 PM
Anything that is over $100 is too expensive to just try but if elf came up with something like it that was less expensive or sold sample packets that were much cheaper I might give it a shot
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HingaHinga wrote:
86) 7/15/2008 4:59:09 PM
Oh, wow. I could really use some of this. And, hearing product reviews from someone not getting paid to review them well is so refreshing! I'm much more confident this will work, now that I've read a real testimony.
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emmadoll wrote:
87) 7/15/2008 7:50:55 PM
want it! :)
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Sweet wrote:
88) 7/17/2008 6:40:20 PM
Wow, $130. I guess my eyes are worth that.
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paigep wrote:
89) 7/17/2008 10:09:14 PM
There is no way I could afford this.
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surfgrl wrote:
90) 7/17/2008 10:36:54 PM
I dont use much of anything on my eyes other than liner,masquera,and shadow. This makes me want to though its so neat, but a little weird that it has caviar in it.hehe..it sounds wonderful!!!!!!!!
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Tijie wrote:
91) 7/18/2008 10:25:13 AM
Oh my gosh! I am 45 years old and I am seeing those fine lines. I use everything over the counter. I even alternate them, just in case one is better! tis sounds great, let's get real! You know some one can make the same thing for a lot less. They are playing on our fear and egos! $130?!!!! I think I'll wait until it gets a little cheaper before I try this one!
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sguerra wrote:
92) 7/18/2008 3:05:39 PM
im with that.... on the affordable side please!
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klb4122 wrote:
93) 7/18/2008 3:28:29 PM
cool!!!
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t_rymnd01 wrote:
94) 7/18/2008 3:31:15 PM
I myself have very sensitive skin and have to watch what i use but this is a bit to pricey for me. I hope that e.l.f can find a way to get something similar to this and make it worth buying.
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nesha wrote:
95) 7/19/2008 1:32:22 AM
i tried this stuff it is A-M-A-Z-I-N-G i totally lllllloooooooovvvvvvvvveeeeeeeeee it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Jagvillata wrote:
96) 7/20/2008 12:38:08 AM
Considering the price, this product should work very well! I tend to trust brand names, and also think that e.l.f. would not write about bad products on their website.
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sassycassie wrote:
97) 7/21/2008 5:34:53 PM
i am gonna luv luv luv this cuz i always am having trouble w/ my eyes to! i can't wait to try it out!
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Sabrina_08 wrote:
98) 7/21/2008 7:21:59 PM
Also, speaking of caviar, there is this beauty treatment I read about in Virginia, where they use little carp fish to eat away at the dead skin as a pedicure treatment (http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/25783483?GT1=43001).
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*** wrote:
99) 7/23/2008 3:05:10 PM
that sounds really goood
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=DSmile=D wrote:
100) 7/25/2008 6:49:55 PM
That is a bit to expensive for me... And caviar seems like a well, umm, strange ingredient...
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Glamour wrote:
101) 8/1/2008 1:54:03 PM
Love
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Vienna wrote:
102) 8/7/2008 2:23:32 PM
Eep! You got them to bring it down. How sweet! Thanks, will check it out in 12 years =D
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siggy17 wrote:
103) 9/15/2008 6:49:11 PM
Thanks. I love the elf!! sigrid
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JessA wrote:
104) 9/15/2008 9:44:34 PM
Hi all, I just wanted to say that Kerstin is actually a close family friend and when i saw this i was sooo excited! Her products are amazing and i'm so happy that more and more people get to know her products. Do try it!!! I know it's amazing. She's Swedish (so am I) and as a lot of people know - lots of good stuff is developed and allowed in Europe a long time before it is brought in to the states. Enjoy!!!
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tp wrote:
105) 9/17/2008 5:14:37 PM
I love your products! Great prices too. I'm looking forward to trying this kit.
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Caroldh wrote:
106) 9/30/2008 4:15:10 PM
I, too, have chronic dark circles under my eyes that I can't get completely rid of. For some reason, 2-3 weeks will go by when they aren't AS noticeable and then they reappear with a vengeance. Don't know why that is. I gave up on finding a product that would banish them and, instead, am on a constant search for a really great concealer. I found a trial size kit by Estee Lauder with four different shades you could mix to get the right one, but it was a limited edition and is no longer available - just my luck! As a medical transcriptionist whose job was recently outsourced, there's no way I can afford to pay $130 to try the kit discussed on this blog and don't particularly like the idea of putting caviar on my face, but I may try the single use. Has anyone else actually tried this and had the same great results - what works for one, as you know, doesn't always for others. I'd also like to hear from others on this.
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