I was first captivated by the packaging of Moroccan Natural. It must have been the mesmerizing blue bottles with the matching blue labels. That along with the lure of argan oil which works very well for my skin and the prospect of indulging in the sweet scent of rose oil made me all excited about their offerings. Added to that is the fact that I’m predisposed to loving oil on my skin already. So naturally, I needed no persuasion to try their products.
I bought this Laidbare Pack Your Bags Tighten & Lighten Eye Cream on a whim at Naturisimo. I was on the prowl for a good eye cream and the name caught my attention. Since this can supposedly help with eye bags and dark circles, I decided to give it a try. No harm if it doesn’t work out because the price tag of £7.99 made it a no-brainer for me to just add to cart. I was actually mentally prepared to pack it away if it didn’t work well.
This Leaders Insolution Hydrogel Eye Therapy Patch is something I’ve been trying recently. I figured out that my eye area can do with more aid and this particular one got my interest because the ingredient list is short and the product is marked as paraben and pigment free. I also like that it’s a hydrogel patch, which means it’s likely to very soothing to my skin. Anyway, I have a before and after picture showing some dramatic effects and so you’ll like to read on. (^_^)
If there’s one thing that irks me big time, it’s reviewing product samples. How am I to determine the effectiveness of a skincare product just after using it a few times? So yes, I really rolled my eyes when I received this 5ml sample of Dr Alkaitis Organic Eye Crème from the US distributor awhile back. But when I started using it a month ago, I realized that it can well last me for two months because I don’t need too much of it each time.