Bobby brown eye cream

Extra Eye Repair Cream

Ingredients: Water\Aqua\Eau , Petrolatum , Dimethicone , Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter) , Glycerin , Ceresin , Phenyl Trimethicone , Acetyl Glucosamine , Pentylene Glycol , Lauryl Peg-9 Polydimethylsiloxyethyl Dimethicone , Lanolin Alcohol , Camellia Sinensis (Green Tea) Leaf Extract , Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Extract , Triticum Vulgare (Wheat Bran) Extract , Scutellaria Baicalensis Root Extract , Ascophyllum Nodosum Extract , Asparagopsis Armata Extract , Pyrus Malus (Apple) Fruit Extract , Morus Bombycis (Mulberry) Root Extract , Salvia Sclarea (Clary) Extract , Oenothera Biennis (Evening Primrose) Oil , Limnanthes Alba (Meadowfoam) Seed Oil , Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Seed Oil , Tocopheryl Acetate , Caffeine , Sucrose , Silica , Cholesterol , Sorbitol , Di-C12-15 Alkyl Fumarate , Peg-30 Dipolyhydroxystearate , Behenyl Alcohol , Hydroxystearic Acid , Micrococcus Lysate , Peg-8 Distearate , Acetyl Hexapeptide-8 , Trehalose , Linoleic Acid , Butylene Glycol , Sodium Hyaluronate , Lecithin , Potassium Stearate , Potassium Palmitate , Fragrance (Parfum) , Sodium Chloride , Trisodium Edta , Limonene , Benzyl Salicylate , Chlorphenesin , Phenoxyethanol

Please be aware that ingredient lists may change or vary from time to time. Please refer to the ingredient list on the product package you receive for the most up to date list of ingredients.

Extra Eye Repair Cream

This eye cream contains a brilliant assortment of ingredients for dry to very dry skin anywhere on the face. Unfortunately, it’s packaged in a jar so the potency of several state-of-the-art ingredients will be diminished during use. Of course, regardless of how dry the skin around your eyes may be, most eye creams aren’t necessary to find relief. Please see More Info for details.

Pros:

  • Contains a wide range of effective, beneficial ingredients for dry skin.
  • Rich, thick texture instantly feels comforting and smoothes fine lines.
  • Treats aging skin to proven antioxidants.

Cons:

  • Jar packaging hinders the effectiveness of several key ingredients.
  • Eye-area products should be fragrance-free, and this contains fragrance.
  • Limonene and benzyl salicylate are fragrance ingredients known to cause irritation.

More Info:

All plant extracts, vitamins, antioxidants, and other state-of-the-art ingredients break down in the presence of air, so once a jar is opened and lets the air in these important ingredients begin to deteriorate. Jars also are unsanitary because you’re dipping your fingers into them with each use, adding bacteria which further deteriorate the beneficial ingredients.

Most eye creams aren’t necessary. That’s either because they are poorly formulated, contain nothing special for the eye area, or come in packaging that won’t keep key ingredients stable. Just because the product is labeled as an eye cream doesn’t mean it’s good for your eye area; in fact, many can actually make matters worse.

There is much you can do to improve signs of aging around your eyes. Any product loaded with antioxidants, skin-repairing ingredients, skin-lightening ingredients, anti-inflammatory ingredients, and effective emollients will work wonders and those ingredients don’t have to come from a product labeled as an eye cream.

You would be shocked how many eye creams lack even the most basic ingredients to help skin. For example, most eye creams don’t contain sunscreen. During the day that is a serious problem because it leaves the skin around your eyes vulnerable to sun damage and this absolutely will make dark circles, puffiness, and wrinkles worse!

Whatever product you put around your eye area, regardless of what it is labeled, must be well formulated and appropriate for the skin type around your eyes! That may mean you need an eye cream, but you may also do just as well applying your regular facial moisturizer around your eyes.

You know what the number one problem is when it comes to fine lines under your eyes? Dry skin.

The delicate area under your eyes can occasionally become very dry especially as you age this in fact causes fine lines to look worst than they actually are. At least that’s been the case for me.

Your best possible defense against dry skin and fine lines is keeping things as moist and hydrated as possible. Believe me I used just about everything and the kitchen sink to keep the delicate skin under my eyes as moisturized as possible but sometimes even that isn’t it enough.

Solution?

Bobbi Brown Extra Eye Balm…miracle in a glass jar.

Check it after the jump!

What is it?

It’s a herbal scented balm that resembles vaseline but with a harder texture.

What’s it do?

Depuffs, moisturizers, hydrates, soothes, protects, and erases signs of fatigue such as dark circles.

Does it work?

Hells to the yes!

Trust me I’m a Doctor, I think David Tennant said that at one point…but anyway….here’s the scoop. Yes, it depuffs, yes it moisturizes, yes it hydrates, yes it improves fine lines (due to dryness) under your eyes, and yes it fights the signs of fatigue but no it doesn’t erase dark circles.

So…..

I gave up everything I normally slather under my eyes aside from my AM eye cream to use this for a week and a half. Honestly, that’s too short a time to really test it out but the fact is I seen such a dramatic difference since I started might as well tell you the good word now.

It sports a consistency of a balm or a salve hence the name eye balm doh. All you need to do is gently pat it under your eyes and go to bed. Next morning you’ll be singing in praise how great you look. It gives an intense shot of good moisture to my dry skin, hydrates it, and does a slight depuff action, LOVE! It also makes me look quite refreshed. Actually when I wake up the following morning it isn’t totally absorbed into my skin, it kinda sits around and moisturizes all through the night as I sleep. It’s rather ideal if you have some serious dry skin going on. Fact of the matter is if I don’t moisture well my fine lines look incredibly bad but when I do get proper moisture you can barely see them and thus the case with this balm. It gives me so much moisture that my fine lines virtually disappear making me look younger, fresher, and flawless.

It’s not for everyone.

Thing is I love it but I know that people will likely feel it’s like slathering vaseline under your eyes. Not the case as it’s a balm and it has a harder texture with a bit of a tacky formula. It could prove to be uncomfortable for some or you may get an “ick” factor after use as it never fully absorbs. As for me I could care less since it gives me all the moisture I crave and than some. I can suffer through a little stickiness for that.

It comes housed in a heavy glass jar and yes sadly you’ll have to be dipping your fingers around in there…hello bacteria…only thing I can suggest is to be sure to always use clean hands prior to use. I find that swirling my finger in it with gentle pressure will make the product easier to use as first try it is quite hard and feels like you’re not using anything at all. A pressured swirl will get it “worked” up so to speak.

It’s $60…honestly, that could be a bit much to drop on a simple balm considering for that chunk of change you can invest in a good quality eye cream. For me it’s priceless since it simply works and hey that’s what I’m paying for right?

So far, it’s on my incredible list. After I’m through with this (which won’t be anytime soon as the jar is huge with a ton of product since a little goes a long way) I’ll be running to the store for another.

Very good stuff, Muse Approval for purchase.

Overall, if you need to tame the puff, erase the fine lines, and get a super dose of moisture under those tired, dry eyes, Bobbi Brown Extra Eye Balm does the deed and does it well.

Loves it.

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