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Weleda Wild Rose Smoothing Eye Cream Review

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Rating: 50/100

Price: $19.64

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Weleda is a trusted cosmetics brand which is why women often buy it without question, no matter how much it costs. Their eye cream has made promises that seem too good to be true. Let's check if this cream can live up to what it claims.

Ingredients: Water,Oil of sweet almond or prunus amygdalus dulcis,Jojoba or simmondisa chinensis seed oil,Oil of rosa moschate seed, extract of sedum purpureum, euphrasia officinalis extract, sodium beeswax, peach or prunus persica kernel oil, alcohol, hydrolyzed beeswax,olive or olea europaea oil unsaponifiables, glyceryl stearate se ,xanthan gumanthan gum.

The potent ingredients of this product takes care of the skin around the eyes which is very delicate. Organic oils from Rosehip seed provides the rejuvenating effect. Seems that its definitely an impressive eye cream but lets read more.

Effective for:

  • Reducing puffiness and rejuvenates eyes
  • Softening fine lines
  • Soothing and nourishes tired eyes
  • Preventing signs of aging

With the antioxidant and astringent properties protecting your eyes from the damaging effects of the environment and free radicals, this is an eye cream that makes sense or does it really?

Insignificance:

  • No FDA approval
  • Few testimonials by users
  • Price varies according to websites

Directions: Spread a pea-sized amount on the tips of the ring finger. Beginning at the outside of the eye, gently pat the cream under the eye towards the nose, then over the eyelid from the nose outward, following the edge of the bone surrounding the eye.

JEN says: I would not recommend this eye cream even if this contains organic rosehip seed oil and organic orpine and the fact that I love its packaging. If the product cannot credibly and effectively do anything to the eye problem and if this has no clinical approval, its not something I would use myself nor would I recommend.

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