There are so many different beauty products on the market. Many you try and just throw away. There are just so many you don’t know which to try! I love to try products. An area I have been targeting lately are my eyes. Especially when I am traveling and not sleeping much. One will awake your eyes and the other will help reduce lines.
I have tried, and have now been using for months, is Fresh Effects Bright On Schedule Eye Awakening Cream by Olay. It is infused with honeysuckle, white tea, and cucumber. It feels really hydrating on my eyes. It also has a nice cooling feeling. I use it almost everyday. It reduces puffiness under the eyes and dark circles. It has helped me on vacation many of times. If I didn’t get much sleep, or was jet-lagged, no one could tell. I look bright eyed and ready for the day.
The area under the eye is very thin and can dry out quickly, and Bright On Schedule has helped a lot. I have had others wanting to borrow it from me. It isn’t oily and is easy to apply. It is also works well if you put make up on over it. I bought it at Target. Even though it is only .05 fl Oz it lasts me a few months. It didn’t irritate, or cause any issues.
Another eye product that I really like is Nip + Fab’s Viper Venom Wrinkle Fix. I know you are saying what wrinkles does she have?!? I have some lines under my eyes that I have been trying to reduce. I have tried a few products, but none have worked. I have been using this one for a couple of months and I have noticed a difference. The wrinkly lines under my eyes have definitely reduced!
It is a serum that has Liftonin-Xpress that minimizes the appearance of lines and wrinkles.There is also Syn-Ake which was inspired by venom from the Temple Viper. It was suggested to me when I went to Ulta and it costs $19.99 for 1.4 fl oz. I spend a lot of time at Ulta and had racked up on my card so I paid less than that. It says for your face, but I only use it for under my eyes.
The only thing I don’t like about the product is, if you put a little too much on you end up with flaky crust. I actually walked outside not realized under my eyes were flaky and I looked into a mirror and saw it. I have since been mindful to make sure I don’t put much on.
Both these products have helped my eyes look brighter and reduced the lines. Both products can fit in your carry-on!
Dermal tear trough fillers can also be used on baggy, tired-looking or dark under eyes to help them look refreshed and plumper.
Have you tried any of these products? What products do you use for your eyes?
Disclaimer: I have purchased and used both products, all opinions are my own and have not been influenced.