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.
Sometimes you have those days that your eyes need a little pick me. That’s when I reach for Skin Food Facial Ice Vita Cooling Stick. Skin Food Facial Ice Vita Cooling Stick is a moisturizing, cooling, and very refreshing stick moisturizer that you can use in the AM, PM, or on the go to depuff eyes while giving them some much needed moisture quickly and easily.
Now it won’t take the place of your favorite eye cream it will however, be a great little pick me up if your eyes need a little depuffing action during the day!
I’ve had Tony Moly Intense Repair Live Snail Cream in my stash a while now along with Tony Moly Intense Live Snail Eye Cream as well since they came as a set.
I believe Paris (My Women Stuff) either had a Holiday in Korea or somewhere else when she purchased these for me on request and it’s been quite a long time since she sent them to me so much so that I’m nearly done with the facial cream and have completely used up all the eye cream at this point.
I think perhaps they have been two of my first Snail Skincare products outside of Etude House’s snail moisturizer. Since that time I’ve tried a whole host of products with snail secretion including BB Creams, masks, sleeping packs, etc…etc….Snail is kinda an old trend at this point and Korea (and other Asian companies) are now moving on to venoms. Oh lawd…how does one keep up with all these skincare crazes?
Let’s take a look at Tony Moly’s version of Snail Cream and see how it holds up.
Skin Food Gold Caviar Collagen Double Eye Serum falls victim to being one of those eye creams that promises the galaxy and barely delivers a small planet.
I’ve become fixated with the idea that I should be taking care of my upper eye area as well as the area below my eyes lately. I’ve no idea where this obsession came from but now I’m all about searching out double duty eye creams that I can use above and below my eyes. So when the Skin Food Gold Caviar Collagen Double Eye Serum came into my possession I was ever so happy as this is a duo that not only addresses the problems I have below my eyes but helps to also maintain the delicate skin above them as well.
Take a look!
Jill Stuart Brightening Eye Cream has been apart of my daily AM regime for several months now. I purchased it in the hopes it would brighten up my tired eyes but not necessarily rid me of dark circles.
Imma tell you, if you’ve been searching for an eye cream that will rid you of dark circles just give up. It doesn’t exist. Dark circles are best concealed not treated. Seriously.
Jill Stuart Brightening Eye Cream doesn’t technically address dark circles but does promise to hydrate eyes and “improves the luminosity” of the skin under your eyes.
What does it really do?