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Question: How effective is Rioblush Carboxy?

Asked by Fern1982

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I've always had a problem with puffy eyes and dark circles. I've tried so many eye creams and even 'strawberry lip' but I can't see any difference. I recently came across Rioblush Carboxy which involves injecting oxygen under the eye area. Has anyone ever tried this and is it effective?

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AdancedBeauty

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H29IB00SXDI Hi Ferm , having never heard of this treatment i wanted to investigate and ifound this on youtube i hope it helps

All the best
Georgia

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ResidentialBeauty

So you're thinking to inject oxygen under your eyes? Please watch the video AdvancedBeauty posted ( thank you by the way). Usually I don't give any advice without actually be able to see how your eyes look but this treatment doesn't sound safe to me. Even this video is a bit...
The therapist wears gloves and she keeps wiping the skin but she didn't bother to remove the make up. And I can't see any difference. Before and after?? They recorded the end of the video before the injection? Imagine how scary she must been looked after the treatment. Do not trust all the new treatments. Wait for real reviews.

Sources: Is just a personal opinion.

ResidentialBeauty

So you're thinking to inject oxygen under your eyes? Please watch the video AdvancedBeauty posted ( thank you by the way). Usually I don't give any advice without actually be able to see how your eyes look but this treatment doesn't sound safe to me. Even this video is a bit...
The therapist wears gloves and she keeps wiping the skin but she didn't bother to remove the make up. And I can't see any difference. Before and after?? They recorded the end of the video before the injection? Imagine how scary she must been looked after the treatment. Do not trust all the new treatments. Wait for real reviews.

Sources: Is just a personal opinion.

ResidentialBeauty

So you're thinking to inject oxygen under your eyes? Please watch the video AdvancedBeauty posted ( thank you by the way). Usually I don't give any advice without actually be able to see how your eyes look but this treatment doesn't sound safe to me. Even this video is a bit...
The therapist wears gloves and she keeps wiping the skin but she didn't bother to remove the make up. And I can't see any difference. Before and after?? They recorded the end of the video before the injection? Imagine how scary she must been looked after the treatment. Do not trust all the new treatments. Wait for real reviews.

Sources: Is just a personal opinion.