It was only this year that I have started to use eye creams and gels to protect the skin underneath and around my eyes. I am absolutely petrified of developing wrinkles around my eyes so I would rather not regret not looking after my skin properly when I reach 40!

Thankfully, I haven't got wrinkles yet but I do suffer from dark circles which emphasise themselves if I don't get enough sleep or drink enough water. I am always going to sleep at stupid o'clock so any skin product that claims to brighten up the eyes is something that always appeals to me!

Skinbreeze are a great brand to look at if you're looking to completely rejuvenate your skin. They offer salon based treatments in products which makes things so much easier. Maybe you are starting to get wrinkles or you have stretch marks you hate. There's probably going to be a product they have that will suit you perfectly.

One product they do have is their Under Eye Brightener. The packaging is rather fancy (and a bit hospital-esque); coming in a syringe plunger which you push down to produce the product from the tip of the syringe. I had trouble with this to begin with and couldn't get to grips with it. However, it's easy once you get used to it. Just remember to switch the cap to 'unlock' and the product will distribute!

So, what does it claim to do?

"Under Eye Brightener reduces puffiness and dark circles and helps to smooth skin texture around the eyes.
  • 35% reduction in dark circles
  • 31% reduction in puffiness
  • 42% reduction in uneven skin texture"
And, did it work?

I've been using it for around 6 weeks and tend to use it more as an overnight treatment. I use it after cleansing my skin and simply use a finger to dab the gel like consistency under my eyes and also lightly across the lids. 

I have seen a visible difference in the smoothness around my eyes which makes makeup application the next day a complete dream. As for the reduction in dark circles and puffiness; I still have dark circles which are greatly covered up with concealer so they haven't completely vanished since using the product. Saying that, my eyes have started looking a lot more awake in the mornings despite sometimes when I'm not even tired.

Skinbreeze products are available exclusively from Skinbreeze salons which can be a bit inconvenient but I do have trust in the products so would go out of my way to pick more up in the future. 

Disclaimer: PR sample but all words, opinions & photographs are my own.

1 comment

  1. Anonymous16/7/16

    Very interesting product! Currently I use the Enchanted Eye Cream from Lush; it's been a long time since I started using it but my skin's sort of become "immune" to it now - I might look into SkinBreeze!


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