69% would repurchase
on 4/20/2018 5:40:00 PM
More reviews by lalelilolu
The only thing I could recommend this for is a very emollient base for undereye concealer. Sometimes concealers are drying, so putting something really emollient underneath helps blend out the pigments well. This eye balm is great for that. But, for the price, one could use so many other things for that purpose...As far as fine lines (my primary issue), this did nothing. It smelled good, though. It didn't soften my fine lines, it didn't reduce darkness, it didn't even really help with hydration the next day. I found this to be a very disappointing use of my funds. If you want an eye cream that actually helps with fine lines and undereye darkness, find an undereye cream with some kind of retinol in it (there are various kinds) and use it a few times a week.
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on 4/15/2018 1:41:00 AM
More reviews by ElizabethTaylorsDiamonds
HG product. I've gone through three bottles, as my preferred means of application is as a bronzing "booster" to make my own tinted moisturizer:1 Pump MyChelle Sun Shield SPF 501 Pump Dr. Hauschka Translucent Bronzing Tint 1 Dollop CoverGirl Clean Sensitive Foundation3 Drops of Squalane This DIY formulation has weaned me off of a very expensive Laura Mercier TM habit. Not only is the above recipe more economical, but it is far more natural looking, and with better ingredients to boot. I cannot tell you how many people think I have stopped wearing makeup (I have not). Most recently, my stylist at DryBar said "I am so sorry--I washed too much of your hairline because I didn't think you were wearing makeup!" My best friend, another skincare/makeup obsessive, said my skin looked "incredible" and asked how I "wasn't wearing makeup" (I was).
5 of 5 people found this helpful.
on 3/23/2018 3:19:00 PM
More reviews by aenflex
This is a good cream for certain things and certain skin types. It’s a plant-based, medium moisturizer.Right off I’ll mention that I don’t think it would work well for those with sensitive skin, it’s got essential oils and essential oil-based fragrance, and it can sting around my eyes, which are sensitive to essential oils. The fragrance is botanical-floral, natural but strong. The consistency is nice, it’s a really runny lotion, which I like because it’s easy to spread and a little goes a long way. If you’ve ever use Clinique DDML, it’s a similar consistency to that. It’s like a lotion oil, if you use too much, it can be a bit greasy. But if the right amount is used, it sinks in nicely and leaves skin velvety soft and nicely moisturized. It’s a great day time moisturizer! It’s not a rich cream, it may not be enough for those with very dry skin. But for those who need less moisture, this is great. I use it for cutting my Even Better SPF 15 makeup. It adds a bit of moisture and makes it easier to spread. I’ll also occasionally use it as a last step on nights when I use my C E Ferulic and hyaluronic serums. Or if I’m just sitting around the house all day, I’ll put some on for a moisture pick up. I like it, probably won’t repurchase.
on 3/22/2018 9:41:00 PM
More reviews by MSFIT75
I've never had any success with any products from this line. This eye cream made my eyes look worse and they weren't bad to start but suddenly puffiness are dark circles appeared. I finished the first sample but tossed the second. Not for me.
on 1/22/2018 5:18:00 AM
More reviews by Daisy100
I keep coming back to this. moisturizing and exfoliating. i use it before hauschka;s facial toner and rose day cream. my skin is gooooood. i don't wear makeup-apart from lipgloss or lipstick so i can't say how it works as a makeup remover.
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