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RENPHO Eye Massager with Heat $55.99-$57.99 w/ Clip On Coupon

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[Amazon.ca] RENPHO Eye Massager with Heat $55.99-$57.99 w/ Clip On Coupon

Great deal with discount and clip on coupon! I bought this couple months back and works great after a nice long day of staring at the computer.
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FragmentsOfLife wrote: To be clear, this massages the area around the eyes, right?
Yes it massages around the eyes and has heat option as well
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Wtf is this.. what’s so good about it? Does help to reduce dark circles?
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hiduken wrote: Yes it massages around the eyes and has heat option as well
I find putting those cold gels (you freeze them in the freezer) and put them on your eyes after work wonders. It helps reduce strain and muscle stress by reducing blood flow.

Personally, the only hot things I want in front of my eyes is a Maxim model after a long day.
-ZdpZ... ;)
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ysl5710 wrote: Wtf is this.. what’s so good about it? Does help to reduce dark circles?
The description of this product says: *Effectively relax eye pain, improve blood flow, improve sleep quality, reduce headaches, and alleviating chronic eye soreness.*
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Bought this recently. It's uncomfortable - imagine getting squeezed on both sides of the temple. Barely massages the eye area. Felt dizzy after usage. Vibration mode is awful. Inclined to return it or just keep it for the warm setting.
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Heat on eyes? That's strange, I would apply some cold instead.
Massage areas around eyes? How about EYE Muscles?

Actually, not bad thing to take Lutein for your eyes health and do simple a one minute excersie on eyes.
But the best thing to relax your eyes is to have a good sleep.
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Nov 26, 2020
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Bought this at full price 2 months ago for a gift.

The person I got it for loves it, they use it prior to bed and they say they get amazing sleep.
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Had this exact unit and returned it back in January of last year.

There wasn't much contact on the front of the face, and insane amounts of pressure on the temples. So it was just painful to use, didn't actually massage the eye area, and just gave me headaches instead from squeezing my temples. The heat didn't really do much, more of a slight warmth. You'd get much more effective heat out of one of those microwavable night masks.

The worst part though, was the massage mechanism are air bags filling up and releasing while it's strapped to your face. When the air bags released pressure it smelled like horrible gas... I was timing when the gas would release so I could hold my breath when it depressurized 🤣. Was not a relaxation device for me in the slightest.
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V2 with the remote has a coupon as well. Looking at reviews the shape is slightly different.
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zdpz wrote: I find putting those cold gels (you freeze them in the freezer) and put them on your eyes after work wonders.
Is that safe? I'd be careful! Especially considering how small the eye is. At the minimum you probably want to wrap the ice pack in a towel.
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Contrary to some other reviews here, I have this and actually really love it.

I get migraines often and the sides of my head around my temple is exactly where I want some pressure. This eye massager helps relieve my migraines and hits the right spots. I also have sinus issues and the pressure and heat helps in this regard as well.

There is proper contact on my face and temples, I didn't smell any gas... maybe the previous poster had a defective one.

There is no rolling mechanism in case anyone is wondering. Everything is done with air pressure that squeezes different parts around your eyes to temples. It's safer this way I guess, but maybe a rolling mechanism would have been nice too. Either way, it still feels good!
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ysl5710 wrote: Wtf is this.. what’s so good about it? Does help to reduce dark circles?
This heating pads for the eyes help with circulation and relief from many problems like irritations, infections, dry eye disease, headaches etc...
thats Wtf this is for
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Personally I think this product is fantastic. Really helps me when my eyes are tired. I often nod off when wearing it to be honest.
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This is a very tempting product.

I am interested in hitting my Chenqis and Jingming in particular. I am also interested in my Cuanzhu, but it's less of a priority.

This mode of living is aging me a little faster than expected.
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