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    Default Dark under eye circles

    How can I get rid of these horrible circles / bags under my eyes ? And the lines near my mouth I feel they make me look so much older ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1374190223.703958.jpg

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    Also all make up / concealer I use goes cakey even with mousturiser applied first. So it's hard to cover it up.

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    Subbing, I've struggled with darkness under my eyes since I was a little kid!

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    Lol me too it sux

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    Do you drink enough water?

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    Fairly sure I do could prob drink more but I do drink alot of coffee

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    I was recently told that the dark circles under your eyes is something that people with an allergy to dustmites always have. Do you know if your allergic to them? Unfortunately I know that I am and there is nothing you can do about it apart from try and rid your house of dustmites which I've found virtually impossible

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodeobull View Post
    I was recently told that the dark circles under your eyes is something that people with an allergy to dustmites always have. Do you know if your allergic to them? Unfortunately I know that I am and there is nothing you can do about it apart from try and rid your house of dustmites which I've found virtually impossible
    I have heard this too!

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    A Dr told mum when I was little that they're called "allergy shiners", I.e. black eyes from allergies! But as far as I know dust doesn't affect me, I do have asthma (haven't had an attack in about 7-8 years though) but no hayfever or anything...

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    I'm a member of the dark under eye circles club too

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