Nip + Fab Viper Venom Eye Fix I really like you but I’m wondering if I’m imagining how good my eyes look after I use you hmmm….
Every have those moments where you start using a product and you swear to the beauty gods that some miracle has occurred on your face or under your eyes? And you start calling all your beauty loving friends and telling them how that $2,500 moisturizer was SO worth it because you look ten, possibly forty years younger. And how it restored the glow to your skin and made you look oh so incredible?
I’m having that experience with Nip + Fab Viper Venom Eye Fix.
I’m unsure if I’m imagining it or this stuff is really working.
I admit I typically dislike roller ball eye treatments as I don’t really feel they do much for me. Nip + Fab Viper Venom Eye Fix is a cooling eye gel which contains Nip + Fab’s Liftonin and Syn-ake to smooth the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It also supposedly contains a red algae extract to reduce the appearance of dark circles.
Unlike Nip + Fab Viper Venom Wrinkle Fix I thankfully didn’t experience any tightening effects with this. I roll it on prior to any eye treatment and it has a cool refreshing feel courtesy the chilled roll-on applicator. It has a thinner, watery texture that adds some moisture but not a ton. I like how it preps my eyes for eye makeup and allows my eye cream to absorb easily. Granted, they don’t recommend using it this way but I find application prior to eye cream helps to depuff my puffy-prone eyes a good deal.
I can’t say the finer lines around my eyes are looking any better after nearly two months of use but I feel like my eyes look a little more lively, less tired, less puffy. I’m always looking for the best products to depuff and this seems to be doing the trick!
Am I imagining it?
I hope not.
I’d repurchase it should I run low.
It’s also on sale at “>Ulta.com right now so maybe a replenishment is in order.
Anyone try it?
Do you enjoy roller ball eye treatments?
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