on May 16, 2010 @ 12:53 pm|
I am in the market for an eye cream that will diminish the appearance of the wrinkles around my eyes. I'm in my early 30s so the lines aren't too pronounced just yet. I've tried Loreal, Mary Kay and Garnier but haven't really been impressed with any of them. I've heard rave reviews for Burt's Bees and Marcelle and lots of buzz about Boots No. 7. What do others use that works well?
|yves rocher.... on May 16, 2010 @ 05:04 pm|
I am loving a fairly new line by yves rocher called serum vegetal. It's good stuff...they have cleanser, toner, eye cream, day cream and night cream. it's light, absorbs well, and isn't greasy!
|Isomers!!!! on May 19, 2010 @ 01:23 am|
I have been using an absolutely killer line for the past year . The brand is Isomers, and it is worth every penny. I use a whole regime of their products, but the ones specifically for the eyes are the One 3000 for Eyes, a serum, and the One Freeze for Expression Lines, a non greasy cream with Syn-ake in it, among a lot of other very good ingredients. The also have one called Instant Eye Lift, I believe, along with an absolute load of other products. And they are GOOD! The website is at http://www.isomers.ca. You can order directly from their website and their shipping charge is only $1.99, no matter how many products you order. They frequently have specials, and you can buy a 'kit' to try out their products before committing to their full sized ones. When buying cleansers, you get one for approximately $25 for a large large bottle. If you want to buy 2 at the same time, it's only $5 more. Spectacular deal. The other thing is, their products last a long time. One drop of serum will do your eyes. A few drops of the One Freeze with do both eyes as well. Their moisturizers go very very far too. One tiny pump does your whole face, and they have a wide range for different ages and skin types.
I used Yves Rocher years ago. When I came back to Canada, I found the quality of their products had really gone down the tubes. They used to have some good products, but I personally wouldn't use them now. I haven't found anything of late from them that I like.
|Marcelle on May 23, 2010 @ 10:50 pm|
I've been loving Marcelle's Hydra C gel eye cream lately. It adds just enough moisture to my eye area without feeling heavy and it brightens up the area as well