Soap & Glory SuperEyes SuperEyes Review

The Muse’s mission in life is to depuff her eyes!   She’s never found a product worthy of the mission but she still continues on her adventure to find the latest, greatest, and best ways to tame the puff.

Her latest voyage to ease the puff lead her to the Soap and Glory SuperEyes SuperEyes Moisturizing Eye Gel.

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Would it be the cure she’s been seeking?

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They tell me the best way to get rid of puffy eyes is to wake them up with caffeine.  Soap and Glory SuperEyes SuperEyes indeed has caffeine which excited me to no end.  Perhaps this would indeed be my escape into a world of puff-less eyes!

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With the promise of firming, moisturizing, and reducing wrinkles and fine lines immediately it sounded oh so good to be true.  I’ve found that normally when things sound to good too be true they normally are.

Mmm I dunno how I feel about this as of yet but I’m leaning towards saying it isn’t working.  I hate to be a nay sayer when it comes to Soap and Glory but I seriously don’t think my eyes are any more super after using Supereyes for a near month now.

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The formula of the product is a cooling gel which leans towards being a tad sticky.  It feels lovely going on but my eyes are just a tad too dry to take full advantage and I find I have to follow up with a bit of Skin Food Black Raspberry Eye Cream to get the extra moisture I need.   Depuffing?  Nay again.  I experienced absolutely no depuffing with the product, puff is still very much hanging out under these tired eyes.  Claims of combating wrinkles on contact is a little overblown and again, have seen little to no visible signs in the fine lines under my eyes.

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At $12.99 it’s not badly priced for all it claims to do but the problem is it fails to do anything at all.   I do so hate giving any Soap & Glory product a bad wrap but this one sadly didn’t work for me.

It sounds like a super hero but it comes out looking like a lemon.

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  • 1/18/10 12:21 VampiressDoll:

    Thanks for this review. I was going to buy it as I have a love for S&G!
    This really doesn’t appeal to me now, I no likey sticky eye creams.
    I see shimmer, reminds me of an Olay eye cream that has shimmer involved. As much as I love glitz and shimmer I don’t want it in my eye treatments.

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    • 1/18/10 13:33 the Muse:

      hey vampiressdoll! go with the new one they have, that looks interesting maybe it’ll work. I’m going on week 4 but I didn’t see much in the way of results sigh! So saddened as I love me some SandG too! yea…it’s weird….it’s like jojoba beads or something!

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  • 1/18/10 13:06 Sarah:

    Ahhh I have this! I had better results; My eyes felt de puffed and tightened and have been since I’ve been using it. It definitely without a doubt made a difference to my eyes, however this is the VERY first eyecream i’ve used, so my eyes could simply be undernourished. I’m on my second tub though, but I don’t know if I’ll buy again, its not too expensive for an eyecream, but I might shop around! xx

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    • 1/18/10 13:23 the Muse:

      wow sarah lucky you! i def seen no improvement sadly! I wish I did! expensive? really? hehe my current eye cream sets me back $64 so this was budget for me :-D

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  • 1/18/10 13:28 Johanna:

    That’s too bad this product didn’t work for you, Muse, as the price tag isn’t bad. I really like Skyn Iceland’s Icelandic Relief Eye Cream. It really seems to work to take the puffiness away from my eyes. Plus I like the pen-type applicator of the small size — seems more sanitary.

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    • 1/18/10 13:30 the Muse:

      hey Johanna! I really wanted to try the relief cream but never got around to it. must see about getting me some :-D I love pen type applicators, so so so sanitary, I’m all about keeping it germ-free :-D

      I really wthought this might do it as it does contain caffeine but nada…..been using almost four weeks and all it really does is make me sticky :-D

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  • 1/18/10 20:55 beeks:

    I think most eye creams that are out on the market make false claims (eliminates bags! erases dark circles! cures the common cold within three hours of application!). It’s a shame because many of them are lovely as little pick-me-ups… they may be soothing to tired eyes, cooling and refreshing, or deeply moisturizing… but the fact that they’re marketed as cosmetic miracle products makes it hard to appreciate them for what they really are. I stick to an eye gel that makes my eyes feel refreshed after I’ve been on the computer for too long, and let heavy duty concealer + highlighting tricks take care of the rest!

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  • 1/18/10 20:59 Tohnia:

    I depuff my eyes the old model way…stick a spoon into the freezer for a bit then place it on your eyes!

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    • 1/18/10 22:42 the Muse:

      god tonia I wish it worked for me!!!!!!! but no such luck! on occasion a wash cloth soaked in really cold running water has been known to help :)

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  • 1/20/10 20:01 Melissa:

    This is the one and only s&g product i took back to target after using it twice. I have very dry eye lids upper lower and get puffy stuff under the eyes. I applied this on clean dry skin and -owwwwwwwwwwwwwwww it burned. I tried leaving it for about 2 seconds before I had to wash with cold water. I thought that maybe just maybe it was because I had used something with retinol the day before. So I waited a few days and tried again and same thing stingy burning ow. :( Nonetheless when the new one comes to Target I’ll give it a shot.

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