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  • Curious Mind - Better than her old prescription oxycodone

    My wife was in two accidents, one in a car and the other a transit - both had other people driving. And she also had minor injuries from before. She is in pain all the time.

  • Robert S - it smelled just like cucumbers but the smell really didn't last that long

    My wife and I have both been using this for ten days now and yes I do have dark circles under my eyes too. She actually ordered this for herself but when I saw it on the counter I have to admit I was a bit curious as to how it might help me. First thing I notice was the scent, it smelled just like cucumbers but the smell really didn't last that long, either that or I just got used to it. The container it comes in has a handy pump top and with a gently push I was able to get the right amount without wasting. Of course it took a few tries to figure it out, lol. It went on smoothly and within minutes absorbed into my skin. Now for the dark circles, I honestly did not see much of a difference but where I did see a change was with the puffiness. I used it morning and night like the instructions stated to do. The puffiness was reduced a lot and I will continue to use it for that purpose. My wife also saw the same results with minimal fading of dark circles but more reduction with the puffiness.