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#807033 - 02/20/13 06:56 AM under eye bags
"Rosie" Offline
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Registered: 11/17/05
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not sure where to post this but it had to do with the eyes so i'll try here
Any one sleep hooked up on a C-PAP Machine
If so do you end up with bags (pouches) under your eyes from the mask
Know of Any way on how to get rid of them
Rosie L

#808683 - 02/28/13 02:53 AM Re: under eye bags [Re: "Rosie"]
Dean - Vision Issues Offline

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Hi, Rosie. Thanks for the post.
I am a past Respiratory Therapist's non-active now but understand the Continuous Positive airway pressure(CPAP) process. I have not dealt with the issue of bags developing under the eyes due to the CPAP mask. I will due some research and get back to you.

Some suggestions now would be check with the beauty/make-up site. The make-up site may have some tips for different creams, skin lotions or other ways for helping with bags under the eyes. I also heard a TV advertisement for bags under the eyes from Macy's. The ad talked about ways to remove bags/circles under the eyes.
You might try wearing a sleep shade mask over the eyes large enough to fit just under the front part of the CPAP mask providing a flat surface that may help with the pressure of the mask on your skin and protect the eyes from the blowing air from the mask.

Hope this helps. I will post any other information I locate after researching the topic.
Take care.
Dean Ingalls, Vision Issues Editor

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#808791 - 02/28/13 06:51 AM Re: under eye bags [Re: "Rosie"]
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Thank you Dean you have been very helpful
Rosie L


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