Monday, May 14, 2012

Review: Yves Rocher Culture Bio Eye Wake Up Care

Hello my lovelies, I hope you all had a lovely weekend & made the most of the lovely weather!

I've never really used an eye cream in my daily skincare, it's always been something I associate with slightly older ladies but I now know that prevention is better than cure so was over the moon when I was given the opportunity to try this eye cream out.
Yves Rocher Culture Bio Eye Wake Up Care*

What Yves Rocher say:

'Eye wake-up care with 6 organic plant extracts. This extremely gentle, delightfully soft, creamy product with its natural fragrance revives the radiance of your eyes and enhances their beauty. 6 organic plant extracts combine their natural properties to intensely hydrate, soften and protect the eye contour area. Minimizes signs of fatigue. Every day your eyes look younger, brighter and more rested.'What I think:
First of all I really like the packaging. The precise nozzle means I don't waste any product and you only need the tiniest amount for each eye & this controls the product perfectly.
I've been incorporating this eye cream into my nightly skincare routine, I pat the cream into the eye area with my ring finger before I apply my moisturiser.
I've never really suffered with bad skin around my eyes, I get the occasional dry area or a tiny bit of millia  but nothing too bad. I've noticed a real difference to the softness of my eye area since using this product and it feels very soothing after a hard day in the office!
I've also noticed how much easier it is to apply concealer to the eye area, it glides on now and doesn't cake or stick to any dry patches.
Where To Buy:
Yves Rocher products are sadly not available on the high street in the UK just yet but are available here.
Price:
Yves Rocher Culture Bio Eye Wake Up Cream is priced at £15.00 per 15ml.
Overall Opinion:
If you're looking for an all round mid priced eye cream then this one is for you. It fees lovely to apply and whilst it won't hide or banish dark circles completely it feels soothing and certainly makes applying make up to the eye area a breeze.

What are your favourite eye creams?

Sarah xx

*PR sample

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