Oh the gods have finally answered my prayers and blessed me with a great eye cream!
Bare Escentuals Rare Minerals Triple Treatment Eye Cream, say that three times, I dare you!
Now…it’s not my HG (holy grail) yet but it’s worming it’s way into my heart. My original HG eye cream of choice was DERMADoctor Wrinkle Revenge but I admit I’ve cheated on it my fair share of times. At this point I have around 20 rotating eye creams in my stash as I enjoy trying new ones to see which give me the best results. Some days I feel like I’m doing myself more worst than better but hey it’s a fun time to be had by all when you’re testing out an absurd amount of eye cream.
Who gets the award for best results this week?
Bare Escentuals Rare Minerals Triple Treatment Eye Cream.
Likey, alot, so far.
What Bare Escentuals says about it:
Extracted from rare, virgin soil, our breakthrough RareMinerals ActiveSoil Complex uses its unique electrolyte delivery system plus an exotic Resurrection Plant Extract to nourish and hydrate skin naturally with zero irritation
Other benefits of our RareMinerals ActiveSoil Complex include faster cell turnover, decreased pore size, minimized fined lines, gentle exfoliation and increased skin luminosity.
Results from Bare Escentuals testers, based on independent clinical studies:
- 100% noticed skin is softer and smoother
- 91% noticed skin is firmer and more youthful
- 86% noticed a reduction to puffiness around the eye area
My own battles:
- Fine Lines
- Dark Circles
My own personal journey through the eye cream word has led me to value one important thing in an eye cream formula, lightness. A light, hydrating formula is what I seek. I’ve noticed richer creams with hardcore ingredients actually worsen my problems instead of help it. Take it from me, I’ve tried alot, richer creams are not the cure all to fine lines and puff, in most cases I experience more puffiness when using a richer cream.
Bare Escentuals Rare Minerals Triple Treatment Eye Cream is very gentle, very light, and quite moisturizing when used correctly. Here’s the deal…you need alot. This could prove a fail for some or a blessing for others but the fact is you do need quite a bit of this to feel hydrated, particularly if you’re sporting super dry eyes. I was watching QVC and even Leslie said she likes to slather in on! I def agree. You need about a pea size amount to really get your eyes in tiptop shape.
It comes in a tiny tube with a needle nose applicator, so of course, I was under the impression this meant a tiny amount would do the job. No…you need to really get a nice size amount under eyes for it to work correctly. When used sparsely I seen very little in the ways of results but when using considerably more I noticed visible improvement.
It really battles my puff and creates a smooth canvas for my concealer. It hydrates beautifully particularly when used over night plus you’ll wake up with 10lbs less luggage or at least I did after continuous use for around three weeks. I haven’t noticed any results as of yet on my fine lines but I haven’t used it long enough to see such as of yet.
At $28 for 0.5oz I’m currently debating with myself on the price as I can easily see myself going through a tube in about 40-60 days. But honestly when you do take $28 into consideration it’s much cheaper than what you’d dish out on any other high end eye cream which probably won’t get you the same results I was lucky enough to see with this.
Overall, it’s worth it’s weight in gold for the way it’s shaped up my puffy eyes, that’s a key woe of mine, everything else it takes on is cake….
Likey very much, actually go ahead and slap a Muse Approval on it for purchase.
I’d recommend trying it out, it’s working quite well for me and I’ve already purchased a second tube from QVC so I’m not without when I run out of this one.
Anyone try yet?
What’s your HG eye cream?
Available now from bareescentuals.com
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