Well, hello to you, too, Glamglow!
There’s a big buzz around this forthcoming product, because the original Glamglow mask is so good (HERE), but at over £40, is the Bright Eye really worth it?
The secret, apparently, lies in the ‘tap on’ method of application although I have NO idea why this should make a difference, but Glamglow aren’t the first to advise it, so maybe it really is a ‘thing’.
I find this quite sweet actually, that they’ve indicated which side is for which eye (obviously it makes no difference whatsoever!) and in my view there is plenty of product in one little pod (left eye or right eye!) for both eyes, although I am sure Glamglow would say differently. I felt like I had a lot of product for such a small area so if you open carefully you may be able to make it last longer but just trying one pod-ful on both eyes.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
It looks like you’re applying gloopy soup but those green bits are peppermint which is combined with fatty acids, vitamin A and Vitamin C and mentone along with the Glamglow special brew of caffeine and anti-ageing molecules.
So, the big question, does it work? The promise is to ‘target dark circles, puffiness, fine lines and tired eyes’ which is a bit of a broad spectrum, non specific remit. However, I have to say, after the required 3 minutes, there is no doubt that my under eye area looked much brighter and ‘pepped’. It certainly had more effect on fine lines than any of the deeper lines which stayed the same but for freshening, reducing puffiness and brightening, yes, it works. Launch is scheduled for August.
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