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Well, i bought this eye cream initially because of the review on here- 3x5*- i couldn't argue with that- could i?
I decided I needed a good eye cream as, putting my make up on on the bus one morning as is my custom (saves 1/2 an hour!) i noticed there was this line from the corner of my eye outwards- "what is THAT!" I thought, horrified. I'd always had faint lines under my eyes, but not my father's dreaded crow's feet- please! i'm only 25!
The lines under my right eye are worse but i've just accepted them, but not crow's feet! I decided i'd best take action....
I searched ciao and saw that this had a very good review so i decided to give it a try, so here i am, reviewing it for you. Incidentally, i've used the garnier pure A range before and noticed some difference there, so i'm a big garnier fan.
I've got very pale skin, which means that every single mark on my skin shows up- the worst of this is my dark circles- i look like alice cooper some days. And i've had faint creases around my eyes, which i've noticed (damn you 25!) have got a bit more pronounced, and if my mascara smudges, it sits in them- i'm sure you've all experienced this. Great....
So I started to use garnier ultralift eye cream- and its really good- a lot better than my old eye cream- destressant yeux by roc- and i paid only £5 for it vs the £20 i paid for roc. although my roc eye cream is formulated for dark circles- i find this much better and more easily absorbed.
So all in all, i'd give this 5 stars, easily available, cheap as chips, and it seems to be working. what more can you ask for?
I've been using this for about 5 days now, and i have noticed a difference already, particularly on my left eye. i was just looking in the mirroe thinking "why does my eye look different?" and i realised that it was because the creases were smoothed and the dark circles were nowhere near as pronounced.