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Garnier Skin Renew Anti-Puff Eye Roller Review

Updated on September 16, 2012

What is it?

Garnier Skin Renew Anti-Puff Eye Roller is a liquid eye treatment used to minimize dark circles and puffiness under the eyes. It can be used as an eye cream alternative or it can be used in conjunction with an eye cream. It comes in a tube with a roller, making application mess-free and easy.

Garnier claims that this roller will "roll away under-eye puffiness and dark circles for brighter, more radiant eyes." It uses "skin-nutrients" and soothing cooling to help boost circulation in the under eye area to reduce bags, puffiness, and dark circles. Use this occasionally to instantly perk up your eye area, or on a regular basis to help eliminate puffiness and dark circles.

You can get a Skin Renew Anti-Puff Eye Roller (.5 fl. oz.) at your local drugstore for around $13.

How to use your Garnier Skin Renew Anti-Puff Eye Roller

Simply roll across your under eye area from the inner corner to the outer corner. One or two swipes is all it takes. There is no need to massage in. Allow it to dry and continue with your skin routine as usual. At minimum use this in the morning when you get up to make your eyes look instantly more awake. You can also use it throughout the day and in the evening for faster and longer-lasting results.

Garnier Skin Renew Anti-Puff Eye Roller Review

This eye roller is very cool and soothing when applied. The product goes on very lightly and dries quickly, making it easy to use in the morning. There is hardly any wait before you can apply moisturizer and continue with your daily skin care routine. The consistency is very watery and smooth. Once it is applied, it doesn't feel like you are wearing anything. It provides a nice amount of moisture to your skin without feeling oily.

There is a good amount of product in the tube (.5 fl. oz.), so it will last you a while, even if you are using it regularly. The packaging is sturdy and easy to use. I especially like that this is a no-mess product and does not require you to use your hands to apply it.

Is it Worth Buying?

This is not a miracle product, but I did see some improvement in my under eye area. Although my dark circles did not go away, I did find that my skin was more moisturized, fine lines were minimized, and some puffiness went away. This certainly did not completely eliminate my problem areas, but it did help. Results are temporary, but with regular use, I found that the results improved.

I have yet to find an under-eye product that completely delivered on its promises, but this one is above average. Considering you can pick it up at your local drug store for $13, I would recommend giving it a try. It is much less expensive than many of the department store alternatives and works just as well.

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