Boscia • Enlivening Amino-AG Eye Treatment • Treatments (Eye)
|Would buy this product again.||70%|
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I love how it felt around my eyes. The consistency is not runny, almost like balm but it's not, but it's just keep my eyes look rested and smooth the fine lines. it absorbs really well, not oily. love this product so much!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I am 30 years old. My under eye smile lines were looking extremely pronounced from severe lack of sleep (new baby). I grabbed this from Ulta. I have used this before. It sinks into the skin quickly. It isn't greasy nor does it cause milia. I get those darn white bumps from almost all other eye creams. This provided the moisture I needed to make my under eye appear less crazy!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Oily, Tan, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I absolutely love this eye cream! It is a perfect gel/cream consistency so it moisturizes well without overdoing it for us oily-skinned girls. It has the perfect amount of hydration and finishes well for then putting on concealer. And I love that it's in a pump dispenser so it stays sanitary (& a little bit goes a long way) Worth the $!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Tan, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I got a deluxe sample of this in my Sephora 500 pt perk once, and I kid you not....the 0.2 oz took about a year to finish. A little goes a long way, so I think that's definitely a pro for this. On the downside, I don't really think it does much aside from moisturizing the skin under your eyes. Doesn't really seem to do much in terms of reducing puffiness or dark circles or wrinkles or anything drastic, even with prolonged usage.
Also, the second ingredient in this is a silicone, so if silicones make you break out or you are sensitive to them, be wary of this. I probably won't be buying this again.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium Eyes: Green
I got this as a Sephora sample. I was using it for a few weeks and I liked the smell, very clean and a little floral. I was noticing my eyes getting puffy at the lids, and very itchy. I thought it was allergies. I forgot to use it for a week, then last night put it on, and this morning my eyes were puffy and itchy again. I definitely know it was this product. Won't be purchasing, too expensive for me anyway (poor college student).
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Medium, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I am on my second bottle of this. I really like using this as my night time eye cream. I alternate between this and kiehls avocado eye treatment which seems to be more moisturizing but does tug on my eyes and is thicker. I tried origins with zero effect.
I dont use one during the day at all because I dont like the area around my eyes to be shiny during the day at all and if I apply cream my eye makeup slides off of my face.
I find that it goes on really smoothly and doesnt tug my skin at all. I smooth it on with my ring fingers and it feels nice and moisturizes. I am 26 so it is more preventative care for me but my mother also likes this a lot and says it works well for her.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Black, Straight, Coarse Eyes: Black
Skin type: Combination that leans towards the oily side (oily T-zone, normal cheeks, slightly oily eye-lids at the end of the day, but nothing out of the ordinary).
Price paid: $38.00 at Sephora
Although I am rather young, I thought this lightweight eye treatment would help me get rid of the slight wrinkles I have at the corners of my eye. I was also hoping that it would hydrate the eye lid area and makes it look "plump". I got a small amount on my finger and spread it along the skin on my eyelid, my under eye, and "the orbital bone". There was a bit of a cooling sensation, and a bit of stinging (but this is common with a few eye products I have used before). It was easy to work it since it is a light, milky, gel-formula. A few hours later, I went shopping and my eyelids felt itchy but I thought nothing of it. When I arrive home, I see tiny little bumps all along my eye lid and orbital bone area where I had applied this product. It felt warm, itchy and uncomfortable. I don't have particularly sensitive skin and I have used an array of eye products like gels and creams before, so this was a surprise to me. (For instance, I sometimes use a retinol eye cream). This also caused me to get little bumps on parts of my cheek as well. I have gotten these bumps before from using the lemon facial scrub (homemade) and therefore know that my skin gets these when it is irritated or allergic. I'm assuming these bumps on the eyes were of the same origin.
Side note: If you get these little bumps from any cosmetic product and you believe they are a mild allergic reaction, please stop using that product immediately, take some Benadryl or other antihistamine and be gentle to the skin (no exfoliation etc, I use Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser if I get these bumps). For me, these allergic reaction symptoms last about a week or week and a half. For some others, it can last up to 3 weeks or for 1 day. Try and conduct a skin test on the inner elbow if you are unsure if this product is okay for you to use or not. Leave the product on that area for a day and see if any symptoms occur.
So overall, my experience with this product has been upsetting to say the least because these bumps are not aesthetically pleasing to the eyes. But I generally really like Boscia products (have been using their Clear Complexion cleanser for years now) and I hope this review won't turn other people away from this decent brand. Just please make sure to do a patch test because I've been doing further research on this product and have found out that quite a number of other reviewers have reported the same outcome.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
This is a the best hydrating eye cream I've every used. I got a sample foil packet of this when I bought something at Sephora and it lasted me for two weeks. You only need a tiny bit and it absorbs quickly, truly moisturizes, and has a lovely herbal smell. It's listed as $38 on the Sephora site and sounded doable so I went in intending to buy it. Turns out in Canada it's $46 + 12% tax. I'm holding back on buying since it's so darn expensive and I'm now looking for more cost effective product. Maybe if I`m in the states and at a Sephora I`ll get consider buying it. A great product but taking off a lippie since I`m not sure if the price is justified.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
A great lightweight eye cream. It feels silky, without any greasy texture, and absorbs into the skin well. I never had problems with shine or makeup smearing when I used this on my undereye area, so itís perfectly safe to put on under makeup in the mornings. The formula is so silky smooth and light that you can even use this on your upper eye lid with no irritation.
Additionally, a little goes a long way. You donít need much at all for each application. One bottle lasted me a little less than one year. The only down side is that Boscia, possibly elevated the price, because I remember paying a lower amount for this bottle than the current price.
Overall, while I may not be able to comment on the eye creamís benefits, itís good because it carries no detriments and is practical for daily morning application.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy Eyes: Brown
I checked "yes" that I would but this again because I really like the consistency, it has a silicone-ish type of feeling, it glides on easily without tugging on the delicate under eye skin, it's hydrating, and just a little bit goes a long way. I do not have any puffiness but I do have mild under eye circles....I have not notice any difference from using this but again I like the consistency and it's hydrating. It's $38 for 0.5 fl oz.