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Friday, March 21, 2014

Nuxe Anti-Fatigue Moisturising Eye Cream Review

Nuxe Anti-Fatigue Moisturising Eye Cream

I'm fickle when it comes to eye creams - I prefer a cream over a gel in most instances, it has to be moisturising but not overly so, it has to help with dark circles and preferably offer some sort of anti-ageing aspect. I don't ask for much do I? Well if you are pretty demanding when it comes to eye cream you may just want to try out Nuxe Anti-Fatigue Moisturising Eye Cream - I swear by it.


First of all let's just get the fact that I'm in my mid-twenties out the way and don't have any signs of ageing as of yet so I can't possibly comment on if this will help those with fine lines or not. What I can say is that prevention is better than a cure and in my opinion a little anti-ageing properties never hurt anyone. It may be worth while noting that I do find my skin to become a little tighter (not uncomfortably so) when applied so there is some firming aspect.

From what I have gathered Nuxe are a fairly natural brand with the majority of ingredients being organic, what I have learned about this particular eye cream is that the main body of it is constructed using powerful anti-oxidant active ingredients: Everlasting Blue Oil - to firm the skin, Blue Agerate- a natural antioxidant, Cocoa Extracts - an intense yet natural moisturise. When all three combine they moisturise, revive and protect the skin in one quick step. All that means nothing to me unless it works! 

And boy does Nuxe Anti-Fatigue Moisturising Eye Cream deliver - it is a non-greasy light liquid that when applied cools and calms the skin. It nourishes and hydrates the skin instantly and as it is a light texture it won't irritate the skin nor will it be problematic for those like myself who suffer from milia. I won't pretend for one moment that this will banish your under eye circles from the first use but I did see a difference in as little as week with continuous use. It keeps my eye are firm, smooth and supple, I use Nuxe Anti-Fatigue Moisturising Eye Cream twice a day and don't find it to interfere with eye make-up in the slightest which is why I can not think of a better all round eye cream for those with the same/similar concerns as I do.

Nuxe Anti-Fatigue Moisturising Eye Cream is currently £12.33 via Escentual - link
(up to 1/3 off all French skin care brands at the moment) 

- This post contains a press sample.
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1 comment:

  1. cool!!!

    xx

    daniella

    simplybeautifulelegant.blogspot.com

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