Puffy or dark circles under the eyes have long been proven to be an unattractive trait in scientific studies — probably because they subconsciously indicate that a person is sick, fatigued, or unhealthy. For many people, puffy eyes can happen after a poor night’s sleep, long flight, or case of the flu. But if you’re like me, you’ve been battling under eye bags every day since you were old enough to realize they were there. My puffiness does seem to fluctuate a bit, but it’s always there to some degree. I rely heavily on under eye concealer, but dream of finding a real solution to this embarrassing problem (aside from another great pair of shades). That’s why I was SO thrilled when NYC facialist Jordana Mattioli of Complete Skin MD agreed to sit down with me to talk about under eye puffiness, and figure out a few new solutions to get rid of under eye bags once and for all.
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