Bare Escentuals Renew & Hydrate Eye Cream

I don't recommend many eye creams because so many of them don't do anything. I'll never forget reading Paula Begoun's book The Beauty Bible, and reading that eye creams are all scam and are basically an unnecessary step that is used to waste your wallet. 

For the longest time, I have had one eye cream listed on my holy grail list and it is PRICEY.  But it actually made a dramatic difference, where most creams don't. When women write me and ask what other options exist, I'm always at a bit of a loss. For me, I want my eye cream to hydrate the area below my eyes and, most importantly, reduce the fine lines and crow's feet. I don't have puffy eyes or dark circles (for the most part). Fine lines are what makes me crazy.

I'm happy to report that Bare Escentuals new Renew and Hydrate Eye Cream works.  Within a week (if not less) I saw dramatically different peepers looking back at me in the mirror. Fine lines were reduced. I have several lines that generally don't budge and even those were noticeably softened. I've been applying it twice daily and have been slightly shocked at the results.

But what makes this work? According to the company:

Powered by our 100% pure ActiveSoil Complex, this formula revitalizes skin and boosts moisture leaving the delicate eye area looking revived, refreshed and luminous. Plus it also contains Gold Peptides, Smoothing Peptides to release wrinkles and Alpine Skullcap and Elderflower Extract to soothe delicate skin.

This is my new favorite and I don't want to be caught without it. And of course, it's made my holy grail list!

Pick this up for $32 pretty much everywhere BE is sold.

Product sent for review. BE doesn't test on animals. 

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  1. I might have to give them a go, I have been using Bobbi Brown's eye cream. Thanks for the post

  2. I might have to give them a go, I have been using Bobbi Brown

  3. I like this one too! It has a nice texture--not oily or too emollient and acts as a good base for concealer!


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