Thursday, 26 July 2012

Review: Balance Me Wonder Eye Cream

I received a 7ml sample of this with a magazine that I bought for my holidays (either Elle or Cosmo - I think it was Elle) and thought I'd do a quick review for you guys!

I love this eye cream. It's super light and you only need the tiniest bit to get around both your under eyes. I start by squeezing an amount about the size of a small bead on to my ring finger, then touch my two ring fingers together so there's some cream on the ring finger of each hand. I then dab it gently under my eye and then a tiny bit around and up on to the lid. It's best to use your ring finger, as you're not able to transmit much strength through it, so you don't risk damaging the sensitive skin under your eyes.

This for all skin types, I find it works well with my combination skin as I often get dry patches under my eyes and I find I often miss this when moisturising so it's good to have something especially for that! It's also 99% natural and cruelty free, which, as you all know, is a major factor for me liking a product. I've definitely found since using this in the night, I don't have as bad under eye circles the following morning - and I have not been sleeping well recently!

I don't know if I love it quite as much as Origin Ginzings, as the Ginger extract in that cream really energises your eyes and brightens your eyes up. It's going to be a tough decision to make when this cream runs out and I have to choose which one to buy!

Balance Me Wonder Eye Cream retails for £14 for 10ml, or £20 for 15.
Origins Ginzing Eye Cream retails for £21 for 15ml.

1 comment:

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