top tier eye cream for dark circles!
I’ve put together a review on this eye cream today, so keep reading if you want — Farmacy is in my top three favorite brands (no order really), and I’ve tried most things from them, so ask away in the comments if you want my thoughts on any Farmacy product. I currently have sensitive, combo skin with rosacea! FARMACY - Cheer Up Brightening Vitamin C Eye Cream with Acerola Cherry
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May 26, 2020
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Is there anything more satisfying than an empty?! Especially an eye cream.. I feel like you use so little at a time that it feels like such an accomplishment to polish one of these babies off ✨ I recently finished my FARMACY - Cheer Up Brightening Vitamin C Eye Cream with Acerola Cherry I really liked this product, it was a nice consistency and soaked in quickly. I doesn’t smell like cherries, like I think some people would assume.. which is fine by me as I don’t like anything heavily scented near my eyes. I’m not sure it provided the brightening effects it promised but it did keep my under eyes hydrated, protected and looking rested. This little guy goes for $58 for 15ml, I don’t know if I would repurchase this at full price but if there was a deal I would probably snag one. Do you use eye creams ?! 👀
I have been enjoying this eye cream , it’s super hydrating and leaves my under eyes moisturized and ready for makeup . It contains vitamin c and cherry to help combat dark circles and dryness. I definitely will continue to use this product daily as it claims are true FARMACY - Cheer Up Brightening Vitamin C Eye Cream with Acerola Cherry
The Crowd-Pleaser that Disappointed
I wanted to love this SO badly. All the comments and reviews gushed about how life-changing this product was. I was already a big fan of the Truth Serum, and had used the C-Rush brightening cream before (but felt it was a little ‘meh’). I also know that my skin can be tricky, so I ordered the miniature size to test it out for a few weeks. Overall, I would give OLE HENRIKSEN - Banana Bright Eye Crème maybe 2.5/5 stars. I know, I know: how could I?! But hear me out. Claims to fame: Brightening Hydrating Reduces Finelines and Wrinkles Let’s start with some positives: Smells like orange candy or a creamsicle! This could be a negative to some, but the smell reminded me of summer, so I liked that. Secondly, I liked the texture. It was a bit thicker than most eye creams, but I love thicker eye creams in general. Finally, I did notice that my under eyes were a bit brighter with the first use! I have to say that the peachy-orange tint really does wonders to color-correct the purple-blue tones. So, why 2.5 stars? Firstly, I found this cream never actually absorbed into my skin. It just sort of sat on my skin, even after 15-30 minutes. Additionally, I found it to be greasy. Since it didn’t absorb quickly, when I would look in the mirror it looked like I had put olive oil around my eyes. I also noticed that since it didn’t absorb into my skin, it began to settle into the fine lines under my eyes. I could see product in the crevices even after attempting to gently press it in. And the final straw, before I called it quits, was that it irritated my skin so badly. For the first few days, I didn’t really think much of it. I felt that the tingling might just be how this product feels, but after about 9 days it got so much worse. On the final day I used it, immediately after applying it on fresh clean skin (just to be sure it wasn’t reacting with other products), the outside corner of my eyes felt like they were on fire. It was only a bit red but it felt unbearable. I re-washed my face and ended up having to apply some aloe to the area to calm it down. Normally, I would assume it was a reaction to the fragrance in this since the smell is so strong, but I use other products in this line without this reaction. So I’m still trying to figure out what happened. A quick search on google and reddit led me to a thread where people expressed similar reactions to this product: so sensitive-skin beauty buffs beware! I really wish I could say this product lived up to the hype, but I think this is on my no-fly list for sensitive skin ✌🏼
OLE HENRIKSEN-Banana Bright Eye Crème
Perfect for milia prone eyes!
The Biossance Squalane + Peptide Eye Gel is an eye serum that claims to reduce visible puffiness and dark circles. It is to be used around the eye area morning and night and is for all skin types including sensitive skin. The main ingredient is plant derived squalane. I loved using this eye serum gel around my eyes because you feel a slight tingling when you apply it and it absorbs quickly. I’ve tried many eye creams and they often create milia around and on my eye lids and under eye region. I am pleased to say that after using for a week this did not cause any milia or itching! I’m really happy it is suitable for sensitive skin because a ton of eye products claim to be but really are not. I will be trying the eye cream from Biossance next and am hoping that works just as good. It does have light “vitamin” scent but I’m ok with it because I used a vitamin c serum in the past that a similar scent. Rating: 5 out of 5 stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️BIOSSANCE - BIOSSANCE Squalane + Peptide Eye Gel
BIOSSANCE-BIOSSANCE Squalane + Peptide Eye Gel
Bright Eyes Duo!
I have dark circles and am prone to dryness and puffiness - so an eye cream is a necessity! I swear I’ve had these eye issues since I was a baby since even in toddler pictures I have dark circles. I am also acne prone and am terrified of getting milia so I have to be extra careful about the eye products I chose. For about a month now I have been using this power duo and WOW do I love the results! I use the SUNDAY RILEY - Auto Correct Brightening and Depuffing Eye Contour Cream as a serum to depuff and then the FIRST AID BEAUTY - Eye Duty Niacinamide Brightening Eye Cream to lightly hydrate and conceal darkness. Both contain brightening properties so over time they have been lightening up my dark circles which I am so so grateful for!! First Aid Beauty sent over their eye cream for me to test out and review and it’s been a blessing. The peachy hue leaves my eyes looking wide awake and bright and it’s a light enough cream that I don’t feel like I could get milia, not is it too light that I end up with flakiness. It’s such a soft light serum cream too so you seriously need just a touch of it ❤️ I love how affordable this eye cream is too, I’ll definitely be purchasing it in the future! During my Sunday Riley fanatic phase (yeah it’s not a phase) I picked up the Auto Correct and I have been blown away by it, it’s thinner than the FAB cream so I like layering this under as a serum. I cannot go a day without it tho as it immediately depuffs the area because of the caffeine. Will forever repurchase! It’s pricey, but hella worth it.
SUNDAY RILEY-Auto Correct Brightening and Depuffing Eye Contour Cream
Youth To The People Superfood Eye Cream
Introduce your eyes to the power of superfoods and science. This is a rich, nourishing eye cream that instantly hydrates, smooths and firms the look of skin with a proprietary superfood blend, firming peptides, calming sunflower oil and soothing aloe. My experience: I honestly feel like this eye cream is so underrated because it’s such a great one! Although results aren’t instant with this one, with continued use over a couple of months, I’ve definitely seen results from this eye cream. I first started using this because I noticed some slight line around my eye area whenever I smiled. It was terrifying. The texture of this is extremely lightweight and although some people said this made their eyes water, I personally never experienced that. This keeps my eye area moisturized and after a while of using this, the line has smoothed out. Retailing at $35, this is a pretty decently priced eye cream and I’d recommend it if you’re looking for a lightweight, hydrating eye cream. YOUTH TO THE PEOPLE - Superfood Hydrate + Firm Peptide Eye Cream
YOUTH TO THE PEOPLE-Superfood Hydrate + Firm Peptide Eye Cream
FAB eye cream IS fab!
FIRST AID BEAUTY - Eye Duty Niacinamide Brightening Eye Cream This is a new product for First Aid Beauty. I wanted to try this because I love the Ole Henriksen Banana Bright Eye cream. What pulled me in was the fact that it has peach micro-pearls and the main ingredient is niacinamide. Likes: Immediately after application you notice your under eyes looking so bright and dewy! Concealer goes on seamlessly over top. This product is also fragrance free, alcohol free, and is safe for sensitive skin :) Dislikes: For now, the only downside is that there may be too many micro-pearls, leaving your under eyes looking almost sparkly.
FIRST AID BEAUTY-Eye Duty Niacinamide Brightening Eye Cream
Farmacy eye cream!
The farmacy dew it all total eye cream is a moisturizing eye cream that helps minimize signs of stress and fatigue while delivering hydration to help soothe and nourish the eye area! It is great to solve fine lines, wrinkles, dullness, and uneven texture and loss of firmness and elasticity. The texture is very thick but lightweight and very creamy! I absolutely love using this eye cream and I got it about a year ago from a friend recommending it to me. It is very hydrating and didn’t break me out, but I saw great results in my under eyes after using it for a while. I would recommend this to others because it is a great overall eye cream and can be used with all skin types! It is worth the $38 for .5oz because I know a lot of you will really love this product as much as I did!🌾🌼FARMACY - Dew It All Total Eye Cream
FARMACY-Dew It All Total Eye Cream
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