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1.0 out of 5 stars eye tuck is a waste of money, 18 Oct. 2006
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I tried skin doctors eye tuck, after reading on their website that the product was guaranteed to diminish eye bags in as little as 15 days. i started using mine in july and im still waiting for a reduction, as mine look the same. its a complete waste of money and i wasted £32 that i just dont have to waste. there should be a money back guarantee if they are that confident.please save your money. and if skin doctors read this review, maybe they will offer me my money back.
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Initial post: 15 Oct 2012, 11:42:31 BST
Madikwe says:
Two suggestions: 1) the good old slices of cucumber and; 2) Estee Lauder (which isn't inexpensive but it works! and you use such a miniscule quantity it actually works out very economically - look out for their offers). ps. I don't work for Estee Lauder! or any other 'beauty company'. Best wishes.

In reply to an earlier post on 7 May 2013, 15:28:07 BST
Estee Lauder is the only brand whose products gave me eczema. I had it applied on the back of my hand as the poor selling lady tried to do her job, but in 5 minutes I had a fully developed allergic reaction, itchy eczema that took me about 10 days to get rid off and it itched like hell. I told my friend who then said she had the same on her face when she bought it. Might be my sensitive skin prone to dryness-itchiness and my friend has regular eczema issues on her neck but that is not where we tested the creams, and it wasn't the same product as far as I can remember... this is something to keep in mind when going for Estee Lauder I suppose.
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