During the last quarter of 2015, I had a lot of trouble sleeping. I was going to bed at like 2 a.m. and waking up at 8 a.m. Needless to say, it was horrible and my undereye area was definitely suffering.
And this was my savior!! The Laneige Time Freeze Eye Serum, P2,500.
Prior to using this, I was loyal to these two eye creams (see them here and here). Unfortunately, I noticed that the Estée Lauder one I was using had reached its peak and that it wasn’t doing anything for my skin anymore. So I made the switch!
If you want to reduce the sunken-eye look and lighten your dark circles, keep reading! I’ll talk more about the results I got after the jump! Continue reading →
No matter how tired I am, there are two things I do before bed: cleanse my face and put on my eye cream. I was in love with the Elizabeth Arden Prevage Eye Serum for years, but now, I have a new favorite.
Compared to the expensive eye creams in the market, this one is pretty affordable at $65. The great thing about it is that it delivers, too. I won’t think twice about buying this again when I run out. After using it before bed for about three weeks, I noticed that the lines around my peepers weren’t as deep in photos. It’s light, intensely hydrating, and is easily absorbed by my skin. It doesn’t do much for dark circles, but it does help (slightly) with puffiness. If crow’s feet is your main issue, then be diligent, sleep earlier, and use this. You won’t be disappointed! Do you use eye cream once or twice a day? The Estée website says you can use this in the a.m. also, so I’m wondering if I should! ♥ Beauty DirectoryEstée Lauder Available at Rustan’s Department Stores. Click here to visit their international site.