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Hi, I'm Kim Haertl, with Simply Beautiful, in Austin Texas. We're going to talk about, dark circles and puffiness today, and how to reduce them. The best trick to do that is, get your sleep, and drink plenty of water, that's going to help to flush out the toxins around your eye areas. So what we're going to do today, is just clean the eye area, use a tea bag, and then go over it with a serum, and I'm going to demonstrate that for you. So, using a alcohol-free toner, I'm just going to pat in the eye area, making sure it's clean, and makeup free. Take a tea bag, which I steeped over night, and which is cool, I've kept it in the refrigerator, and we're going to apply it, you can apply it to the entire eye, it feels really good, or just to the dark circles. You can apply it for about 15 minutes, which, quite a bit of time, and I won't be able to demonstrate that to you, but just suffice to say, that's what you're going to do, just lay it over, you can do both your eyes, relax, think good thoughts. We're going to follow that by just tapping the eye dry, a little bit, and applying a serum. This serum is specifically for dark circles and puffiness. And there's plenty of products on the market that purport to help dark circles and puffiness, this is my favorite. So we're going to take a little bit on our ring finger, and just patting into the circle, an bring it around. You're going to bring it into the under eye area, and without pulling, just pat. Keep in mind, that a daily regimen, both morning and night, of this dark circles, the Colaser, or any other products for dark circle and puffiness, is going to be your key. If you do this once in a while, not so good, if you do it every day, twice a day, as you should, I think you'll see a big significant difference in your dark circle and eye puffiness.