SPORTING EXCESS BAGGAGE? CONSIDER THESE PRODUCTS YOUR WAKE-UP CALL
Ifeel a tad tired around this time of year. It’s the 3pm equivalent of the annual calendar, when the end is in sight but there’s still a way to go.
If you’re anything like me, that fatigue is written all over your face and it’s usually your eyes giving you away.
You can get eight hours of shut-eye and drink enough water to keep Noah’s Arc afloat, but those eyes stay as puffy as the peepers of a 12-year-old who’s missed out on Justin Bieber concert tickets.
Cucumber slices aren’t going to cut it – it’s time to bring out the big guns.
Recently released, Dermalogica’s Stress Positive Eye Lift takes a unique approach.
They’ve taken the positive effects of stress – you know, that adrenaline-fuelled momentum that kicks in to make sure business is taken care of – and channelled it into a revitalising eye cream. You feel the effects pretty much instantly, too.
Another newbie on the market is Paula’s Choice Eye Gel, which claims anti-ageing as well as reparative properties.
The ingredients include plant extracts and willow bark, thought to protect against environmental stressors such as pollution.
Paula’s Choice also contains peptides, which if going by the ingredients in FreezeFrame’s RevitalEyes, are just as much for skincare as they are for getting big and strong.
In this case their job is to provide clinicalst rength eye repair, addressing dark circles and deep wrinkles.
If a restful night’s sleep isn’t refreshing your peepers like it should, help nature along with some under-eye night strips.
Estee Lauder’s Advanced Night Repair promises to rejuvenate the delicate skin, replacing those bleary morning eyes with a brighter outlook.