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Facial Fuel Eye De-Puffer

A lightweight, cooling eye stick that minimizes puffiness.
  • Convenient and portable packaging
  • Glides on easily for an instant cooling effect
  • A customer favorite
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"I love the immediate cooling sensation. This product instantly de-puffs my tired eyes."

Alex, Kiehl’s Insider

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How to Apply:
-Apply around eye de-puffer under eye area avoiding the lash line
-Gently pat with fingertips to smooth excess

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Allergies are causing puffiness under eyes.
denise p on Nov 19, 2014
requested as a gift
Gloria A on Nov 16, 2014
Recommended from a friend for use as a woman
Rose T on Nov 17, 2014
I like the sensation after I use it!!
Otto C on Nov 16, 2014
If you apply the Eye DePuffer in mornig, how long does it keep the eyes from becoming puffing again.? Wanting hour numbers, if possible. Thank You. Judy
A shopper on Aug 25, 2012
Does Kiehl's eye depuffer get rid of dark circles ?
Kathryn T on Jun 22, 2012
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How does the formula compare with the Eye Alert?
I'm looking for some product to reduce under eye puffiness from everyday life!!!
Thanks
Julie-Ellen B on Aug 23, 2012
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I have very puffy eyes , I have tried everything ,is your product going to work in me?
A shopper on May 20, 2013
Best Answer: It doesn't seem to do anything for me. I certainly was hoping it would!
Reply · Report · Deborah D on May 20, 2013
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can this be used on eye lids as well as under eyes?
Debra G on Jan 20, 2014
Best Answer: No, use the product only underneath the eyes. Just pat in on. It is very nice and has a cool feeling
Reply · Report · Joel F on Jan 20, 2014
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does this also address dark circling due to stress/lack-of-rest more than aging type of drk circling?
A shopper on Sep 24, 2012
Best Answer: I wouldn't say it does anything for dark circles. I put it on my lid and the cool effect of it gets rid of puffy eyelids. From too much salt/lack of water.
Reply · Report · Rebecca S on Sep 24, 2012
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Hi! I will be travelling to Africa from Ireland, but every time I go on a long haul flight, my eyes are puffy and tired looking when I arrive, what can I use on the plane and would drinking lots of water on the journey help or have you any other advice, as I will be meeting friends that I have not seen for 40 years, so naturally I do not want puffy tired eyes on arrival. Can you please help?
jennifer m on May 1, 2012
Best Answer: Hi Jennifer! You absolutely need LOTS of water before you fly and during the flight. It's crucial to stay hydrated, as that will keep your skin and body refreshed. *This is not relevant to your question, but important: make sure you take precaution and get any necessary shots a few weeks before your trip so they have time to do their magic. You don't want to get to Africa and get sick. You also don't want to contract something on the plane. Planes are flying Petri dishes! Talk to your physician and ask what to do for your health prior to, and during your trip. Now, back to the eyes. I definitely recommend the Kiehl's Eye De-Puffer. It feels cool and tingly when you apply it, and it really does seem to refresh my eyes. Make sure you get plenty of sleep before you fly and on the flight when you can. Sleeping with your head elevated can help reduce puffiness. While you're flying, ask the flight attendant for a cold, wet washcloth. It may not be available, but it's worth asking. You could take a cloth in your carry-on bag and ask for a cup of ice or some water. A cold compress seems to help my eyes. If that won't work you can always try going to the sink in the bathroom on the plane and in the airport and splash a few rounds of cold water on your face. Eye puffiness is the result of excess fluid around the eyes, so one thing you can do is gently massage around your eyes. In the area that is your eye socket, both under the brow and below the eyes where the "bags" are, if you press on them, you can feel little tiny grooves in the bone around your eyes. If you rub very gently, all the way around the eyes, you can work some of that fluid back in through the grooves. Cut back on salt and high-sodium foods. Snack on bananas, which help alleviate puffiness. Eat cabbage or drink cranberry juice, which helps get rid of some of the excess fluid. You can also put refrigerated tea bags on your eyes, as they are astringent. I hope some of these help you. Have a fantastic trip!
Reply · Report · Jenny N on May 3, 2012
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How often should I use the product during the day?
Victoria E on Dec 11, 2012
Best Answer: I use it every morning but, if i'm going out at night ,,,once again !
Reply · Report · michael g on Dec 11, 2012
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