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SKII eye cream

Postby sk2 » Thu, 28 Apr 2005 12:28 pm

Is SK2 eyecream really effective?

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Re: SKII eye cream

Postby bunnydor » Thu, 28 Apr 2005 5:17 pm

[quote="sk2"]Is SK2 eyecream really effective?[/quote]

hmm, i have heard the facial mask is effective...not too sure about the eyecream, i'm also looking for a good and effective eyecream cos i have dark rings


Re: SKII eye cream

Postby looloo » Thu, 28 Apr 2005 9:07 pm

bunnydor wrote:
sk2 wrote:Is SK2 eyecream really effective?

hmm, i have heard the facial mask is effective...not too sure about the eyecream, i'm also looking for a good and effective eyecream because i have dark rings


Yeah I've heard a lot abt the SK2 mask too, but also heard that some people actually react to it, causing breakouts. So I am quite uncertain about giving it a shot, and also it costs $21 per mask! So expensive...

Heard their eye cream is good too..

no big deal

Postby no big deal » Thu, 28 Apr 2005 10:12 pm

Tried their eye gel before, no big deal. Don't think it's as popular compared to their other products.


Postby Guest » Fri, 29 Apr 2005 1:10 pm

A friend of mine has dark ring, real dark. He told me that he only got this dark ring at the age of about 15. Eversince than, the dark ring is forever there till now. Nothing to do with his sleep. and 15 was the year he has his sinus operation.

I was quite pulzzed about this and though it might be something to do with his health. Did some researchs on the net, but very little relevent results. I came across some articles on the net mentioning that sinus and iron deficiency will cause dark ring.

But I feel that it is more that that, just could not seem to find any answer in the net. Local doctors give the same old traditional answer as caused by lack of sleep.

I personnaly feel that it is not the problem of sleep lacking; it is a health problem. Well, hope some doctors or researchers are kind enough to get some advice or comments on this dark ring.

Better still if some researchers is willing to do a research on this topic and bring some light to it, will be great.


Postby Guest » Fri, 29 Apr 2005 1:11 pm

I suggest using sisleys or sothys. Clarins not bad too. Ask for samples in their counter.


SkII beautician

Postby -------- » Fri, 19 Aug 2005 4:39 pm

I heard that one of the beautician called cindy li is very helpful so i go and find her. Indeed, it is...She explained to you alot...

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SkII beautician

Postby omegachizeta » Fri, 04 Nov 2005 6:22 pm

use cold tea bad on your eye as mask.
or soak cotton on cold milk and put on your eyes as mask. these 2 will helps a lot.

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