I’m back with a new post after a wee hiatus. I took a break from blogging and post on my own social media as I needed it. I just wasn’t inspired or motivated to post and I didn’t want to post something just for the sake of it.
I’ve really enjoyed taking a break and just not worrying about having posts ready to do on the blog and on socials and it really took a lot of pressure off me, which I am grateful for. That said, I am feeling inspired, motivated and ready to post again, so I figured it was time! With that said, let’s get straight into this post. It’s one I’ve wanted to share my current go-to eye care Products for ages, but never got around to and I’m very excited to share it today!
Eye care is a very important part of skincare, even more so now that Winter is here and the weather is colder and the central heating is cranked up. Naturally for me, I go for hydration first and then anti-aging comes after. My skin is incredibly dry so hydration is something my skin needs, and needs a lot of. I usually use Bobbi Brown Hydrating Eye Cream; however, I ran out of it and decided to try Antipodes Kiwi Seed Oil Eye Cream instead.
The Antipodes cream is a beautifully light but very moisturising cream. However, I sometimes like to use Clinique’s Moisture Surge Eye 96-Hour Hydro-Filler Concentrate underneath it to add extra hydration. Both together are incredibly hydrating and moisturising. Clinique’s Moisture Surge Eye Concentrate gives immense hydration, even on its own. I have a sample size but I will absolutely be purchasing a full size of it. It has become a staple for me.
I use both of these along with The Ordinary Caffeine Solution 5% + EGCG, which I’ve been using for years. I am never without it. It is one of the best eye products I’ve ever used and it is a staple for me. It does amazing things for the darkness under my eyes.
Recently, I have started to use No7 Restore & Renew Multi Action Eye Cream, and so far I am really, really enjoying it. It is very light but quite moisturisating and it makes a gorgeous base for makeup. I am not using it long enough to review it at the moment, but in time I will post a review either here or on Instagram.
In the past I have used Bobbi Brown’s Extra Repair Eye Cream, and whilst it wasn’t moisturising enough for me, if light hydration is all you are looking for, then it might be worth getting a sample to try. It’s fairly pricey, but good skincare is worth it if it works for you. I have a full review here. Another eye cream I have previously used and loved is Decléor Aroma Lisse 2-in-1 Dark Circle and Eye Wrinkle Eraser, reviewed here.
Thanks for reading, until next time, take care xx