I have started using eye creams on a regular basis pretty early, and I believe that a good eye cream can make a difference. And Elemental Herbology Eye Elixir is a good one. In fact, possibly the best eye cream I’ve used. I am actually a huge fan of the brand, in general.
Why do I like it so much?
The main reason is that it is rich and moisturising without feeling heavy or greasy. I have very dry skin, and light-weigh creams don’t do that much for me. Plus, not being 20 anymore, I want to take a good care of my under eye area and prevent the early signs of ageing.
And I find that
There are a lot of opinions about eye creams, and it is up to you whether or not you believe that it is effective. I personally started using one on a regular basis from my early twenties, maybe even when I was nineteen.
Having very dry skin, I can always see a difference, and I don’t want my under eye area to look as if I am at least 15+ older than I actually am.
I have recently finished two of my favourite eye creams so decideded to get something new.
You could already see this photo on my Instagram
I am ready to pay for a good product, as long, as it is effective. But I do realize that not everyone can/wants to. This is why I have picked up three eye creams from Lumene, which is a (non-expensive) Finnish brand to
I had a chance to try two products from the Organic Surge; I have recently shared my impression about their body wash, and today I want to tell you about the Eye Gel.
I personally am a big believer in a good eye product, and always use an eye cream. I have dry skin, so I prefer rich and moisturizing textures. But since such formulas can be too heavy for summer, it’s all about the eye gels now.
This particular eye gel is promised to reduce puffiness and rejunevate skintone; it is enriched with aloe vera and green tea. Luckily, I do not
Today I want to tell you about the organic skincare from Australia, Mukti. I did get a chance to try some of their products, and would like to share about the one that I really liked and use on a regular basis now.
And it’s their Age Defence Eye Serum.
I have very dry skin and started using eye creams in my early twenties. Of course, there are a lot of discussions about eye creams: when to start, whether to start at all etc. So it is only my personal opinion and experience.
During Autumn/Winter I prefer rich and moisturizing eye products, as I can totally see a huge difference in the under eye area when I use them. I don’t yet have fine lines or any other serious problems but I can totally see the benefits of this product anyway, it makes my skin smoother and it [the skin] is not so dry, as it is without it.
I personally use it in the
There are a lot of discussions whether or not eye cream is a necessity. I personally believe in eye creams and use them regularly since my early twenties. I have very dry skin and a good eye cream is a must have for me, otherwise, the delicate skin in that area feels dry and looks wrinkly.
My latest eye cream love was this Lierac Diopticreme and in July I’ve picked up Clarins Special Eye Contour Balm Dry Skin (£27/$35 for 20 ml).
This is a rich cream that is formulated especially for dry skin, but it doesn’t feel heavy and doesn’t take forever to soak in . I personally find that it moisturizes, nourishes and optically makes the skin look smoother and, younger (since it visually improves the appearance).
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