Monday, 23 February 2015
Eye Cream and Magazines
For quite a while I have been pondering whether to get myself a new tub of the Bobbi Brown Hydrating Eye Cream, as that is one of my ultimate favourite eye creams. I have an old review HERE if you want to take a look.
Anyways whilst in WH Smiths this other week I spotted Healthy, I've never seen this magazine before and I was looking for some new reading material. It also happened to come with a full size tube of an Dr Organic eye serum called Organic Rose Otto Eye Serum. How handy is that? Mine mine Mine!!!
Rose has anti-aging properties and has been used for centuries as a skin care product. It will tone, smooth, soften, firm and can prove skin texture. That's a lot of great things that we all crave in a skincare.
The eye serum itself is an intensely hydrating overnight serum with a formula to help tackle the onset of wrinkles. Minimising fine lines fights, under-eye puffiness and dark circles, refreshes tired lines and eye lives. It softens the skin, stimulating cell regeneration to relax and revitalise.
I love that this is a vegan and organic product... There are no harsh chemicals or animal ingredients. Dr Organics source the highest quality natural raw ingredients. I do like mindful caring brands.
I have been using this for a few weeks now and I do think I look smoother and more plump under the eyes. I'm not sure if it's my imagination but I swear the texture looks younger!! This does however have a strong rose scent (obviously being a rose product) so this might be a tad overwhelming for some. I initially found a bit much but you get accustomed to it and don't notice it.
This on the shelves costs approx. £10.50 and that's great value for for a free magazine gift. A full size 15 ml tube I might add too. When I run out I'd quite happily buy this myself.
Pop along to Holland and Barrett to buy your own tube or pick up online HERE.
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