philosophy renewed hope in a jar eye refreshing & refining eye cream
your eyes smile, laugh, flirt and sometimes share secrets (like just how little sleep you got last night). renewed hope in a jar eye is specially formulated for the delicate skin around your eyes and the multiple concerns affecting it. featuring the clinically-proven, non-stop skin renewal technology that continuously hydrates, brightens dark circles, reduces puffiness and smoothes the look of fine lines, renewed hope lets your eyes say exactly what you'd like them to, and nothing you don't.see more...
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am disappointed by
Philosophy. I love most of their products but I really feel like they
phoned this one in. The cream did absolutely nothing for me, not even
moisturize. It feels like an over-hyped product with no substance. On
the plus side, I do love the light consistency, it feels gentle and
calming to apply. It just had no actual actives to help with dark
circles, dryness, puffiness, wrinkles, etc. I mean, it literally did
nothing. I used it once a day for 2 months and had even drier skin
than usual. I love that it is sulfate and paraben free, but the
ingredient list doesn’t impress me. Literally the only useful thing
it contains is glycerin. Everything else is just about texture.
Wayyyy down towards the end (3rd
to last ingredient) I see that sodium hyaluronate (hyaluronic acid)
was included, but it’s far too little to actually be of use to me.
Perhaps those with oily skin will be luckier than I. I need eye
serums and creams that actually contain actives. Right now this just
seems like an expensive lotion.
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