When you utter the words Liz Earle, I'm guessing one product comes into mind - the iconic, pale green bottle that is Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish, am I right? As much as I have used, enjoyed and raved about such cleanser, a new and altogether wonderful Liz Earle product has come along and bowled me over; a rich and perfectly formulated eye cream that will have you hooked from the first use. Clear a space on your bathroom shelf because you are going to need somewhere to house a bottle of Liz Earle Superskin Eye Cream.
Before we delve into the formulation and down right, nitty-gritty of Liz Earle Superskin Eye Cream, can I share a note of appreciation for the packaging? Admittedly it is not as pretty as some of the pastel tinged offerings that Liz Earle do so well but the in-built pump is something beauty dreams are made of. Yes I realise my life must be pretty darn boring if I'm all but jumping for joy due to a product dispenser, but when you have wasted and outright lost, expensive product due to sub-par tubes, applicators and pumps you have to rave about the good 'uns, y'know? Anyway the Liz Earle Superskin Eye Cream features a great in-built pump, one that dispenses just the right amount of product each and every time - there is no waste, spillage and of course it is entirely hygienic.
Liz Earle in the past have offered various eye care solutions but none quite as mighty as Liz Earle Superskin Eye Cream - think of this as the lazy girl eye cream, a product that does it all and with next to no effort on your part. The rich, creamy, cooling yet non-greasy and quick to absorb texture gently hydrates, firms, brightens and tightens the eye area (I told you it did it all), while the botanical ingredients set to work, to repair and protect the skin. As with any Liz Earle product, the Liz Earle Superskin Eye Cream features bountiful levels of natural ingredients such as: rosehip, borage and cranberry seed oils for their anti-ageing properties, coupled with paracress extract to lift and firm the delicate eye area, pomegranate fruit and green tea extracts to lessen the appearance of dark circles and alfalfa extract to ease puffiness - it truly is a do it all product.
I've spoken time and time again about my eye cream of choice (CeraVe) but due to my preference being a brand that is not at all stocked within the UK, sometimes you do have to find a substitute. When it comes to eye cream I will not accept anything less than superior and multi-functional, it must (yes must) hydrate, soothe and offer anti-ageing benefits or you can forget it. I also need a product that can be used both day and night, under make-up and ideally features some sort of SPF protection. Admittedly Liz Earle Superskin Eye Cream won't shield the skin from UV rays but it does offer all of my other demands neatly presented in one slick, silver bottle. If you want an almost one stop solution for your eye area that is easy to use and find, Liz Earle Superskin Eye Cream is your answer.
Liz Earle Superskin Eye Cream £35/15ml via Liz Earle - link.
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