BRIGHT EYES

SPORT­ING EX­CESS BAG­GAGE? CON­SIDER TH­ESE PROD­UCTS YOUR WAKE-UP CALL

Townsville Bulletin - Townsville Eye - - Beauty - WORDS: SALLY COAT ES

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.

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