Target Area(s): Wrinkles, dryness and fine lines – Used as a day cream
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Most effective for:
- Targeting dry skin and fine lines
- Creating effective long term skin benefits
Other factors to consider:
- Bad scent
- Too light for some people
- Promised immediate effects not necessarily accurate
Description: Dermalogica Intensive Eye Cream has a pitch that says: “An ultra-rich cream to help diminish dry lines and repair skin damage around the delicate eye area. Skin-replenishing phytonutrients and eye-soothing botanicals of Cucumber, Butcherbroom and Arnica help maintain the skin's optimum health and restore suppleness. Wild Yam Extract and healing Pro-Vitamin B5 help repair prematurely aging skin, while antioxidant Vitamins A, C and E plus Grape Seed Extract protect the skin from harmful free radicals. Contains no artificial fragrance or color. Professional recommendation advised.” It has been widely received by many women and it is praised by most for its effectiveness in treating minor to moderate eye wrinkles. Since this is the skin problem that is most difficult to treat, once effects are seen people will want to buy it again and again.
The negative side of this product is that although they claim that this has no fragrance, it has an odd scent that is noticeable when applied on the skin. It is also not as thick as regular creams, which may work both ways depending on your skin type. Another thing most users notice is that the effects don’t appear as quickly as they expect. You’ll need a little more patience to see any smoothening of wrinkles.
Directions for Use: Apply a small amount to the outer corner of the eye towards the inner corner of the eye. Concentrate on areas with fine lines and wrinkles and dryness.
Ingredients: Cucumber and Arnica help maintain the skin's elasticity and texture. Panthenol and Vitamin A help repair and smooth the skin. Green Tea helps to defend skin against free radicals. Wild Yam Extract and healing Pro-Vitamin B5 help repair prematurely aging skin.
JEN says: This is actually a pretty good eye cream when it comes to eye wrinkles and very dry skin. Although not the best, this could definitely help those with crow’s feet. If you like this eye cream but would like to target other eye skin problems, you may want to mix it up. Check out either Burts Bees Royal Jelly Eye Cream review or Shiseido Benefiance Concentrated anti wrinkle eye cream review