Given that this brand make one of my favourite ever concealers – and the only one that doesn’t make things look worse rather than better, I’m disappointed with the Amazing Cosmetics Line Smoother + Primer.
The claims are to reduce fine lines under the eyes and give a prep base for concealer. It’s got a roller all applicator and the product feels like a ‘blur’ product. In the long term, the claims are that it will give results after 15 days with a reduction of lines. But actually, there’s a bigger claim! The key ingredient, Neodermyl is said to deliver equivalent results to one injection of collagen filler in two weeks.
However, what I’ve noticed from the get-go with the Amazing Cosmetics Line Smoother + Primer is that it makes any under eye creasing look worse, not better. And, it feels kind of greasy. Concealer didn’t really sit any better over the top of it. I also just can’t believe that it’s equivalent to filler. When I look at the claims, “Neodermyl® will reduce wrinkle depth by 15% and wrinkle volume by 13% in only 15 days with twice daily usage” and “Neodermyl® delivers equivalent results to one injection of collagen filler in just two weeks: -15% wrinkle reduction (source: American Society of Plastic Surgeons 2013)” they certainly sound impressive but I’m pretty sure that collagen filler will do more than a 15% reduction in creases. So, it’s not clear whether it’s a teeny weeny injection and I can’t help feeling there is some clever wording going on here that I can’t quite make any sense of.
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In any case, the fact that it made my under eye creasing look worse on initial use doesn’t really give me any confidence. However, if you want to give it a try (and DO try the concelaer, HERE), it’s launching here in April.
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