I want to add it with a skin cream and put under my eye for bags/wrinkles.
I've heard someone else talking about this. They had said it was something they saw on Dr Oz. You can absorb medications through the skin. That is how drugs like Fentanyl patches, lidocaine patches and nitroglycerine creams work. Some drugs absorb through the skin better than others Tecknotard may know more about this than I do. I would think a small amount under the eyes wouldnt cause too many side effects unless you had an allergic reaction and in this case it could easily swell the eyes shut but you wont know until you try. You might want to try dabbing some on your inner wrist skin before putting it on the eyes to be sure you dont have any skin reaction.
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