I don't usually use shave cream when shaving my legs, and I have to say that the eos Sensitive Shave Cream hasn't convinced me to start using one. It's a nice thick consistency and it makes the razor glide nicely, but I don't feel it's particularly moisturizing and I don't like how it washes off my skin in big clumps (it doesn't seem to dissolve in water). I'll probably use it up but I wouldn't purchase a tube myself. I received this product complimentary from Influenster.
Sadly, the Covergirl Eye Lid Primer hasn't worked out for me :( I find it stays rather tacky on my eyelids, which makes blending out eyeshadows on top a lot more difficult. I tried setting it with powder/ eyeshadow and that helps, but it still doesn't last all day on my oily eyelids. I get quite a bit of creasing in about 6-8 hours, which isn't even a full day. It's a pass for me, but maybe it would work better on someone with normal/ dry eyelids.
I've received the Lid Lock Eye Lid Primer complimentary from Influester for testing purposes.
I appreciate the moisturizing properties of this product although I have to say I rarely use it on its own like suggested. I also like that it's unfragranced and the pump packaging is both sanitary and easy to use. But that's about it for the pros in my opinion - I don't see any other benefits, and if anything, the Venn Concentrate may be clogging my pores :( It's also rather pricey for just a moisturizer in my opinion. It's not a bad product, but I wouldn't purchase the full size.
If you're looking for a very effective hydrating serum, the Laneige Water Bank is a fantastic product. It plumps up the skin and leaves it feeling soft, fresh and comfortable. The pump can be easily controlled and my bottle lasted me at least six months of everyday use, so I'd say it's good value for money. One thing to note though is that this serum had added fragrance - I personally enjoyed it but it may be too much for some.