A few months ago I shared about one of my exciting new skincare discoveries – The Ordinary Skincare Company – and today I’m pleased to tell you that they have recently launched a new product to their range – an eye gel.
I’ve been using the product for the last few weeks and it’s a winner – an essential for moms everywhere!! I must admit that up until now I’ve been a bit slack when it comes to using an eye cream or gel, at 34 I hope I’m not too late to rectify this as the fine lines and wrinkles are appearing DAILY especially around my crow’s feet and between my brows – horrifying really!
Anyway I’m now on track to change this and I highly recommend you do the same. Apparently the best age to start doing this is from 25 which means I’m about 9 years too late but I’m going to try anyway… and if you’re younger than 25 please take this as your warning – those lines may not be there now but start blitzing them NOW before they appear and ruin your
I love the little 10ml airless dispenser – it’s super practical – perfect for popping into a handbag for on the go application and especially great if you travel often.
I also love that with each pump you only dispense the exact amount you need to use and then you can use the built-in spatula to smooth the product into the delicate skin around your eyes.
An added bonus of this clever packaging is that no dirty germs are introduced to your product via your fingers or the air!
The formula of the eye gel has been carefully formulated and contains only 6 ingredients including hyaluronic acid – a super moisturiser that all beauty eds know is an essential for youthful-looking skin!
I found the formula to be really refreshing and it was great to apply it around my eyes each morning and night as it was really soothing. The product is fragrance free and has been developed with those with dry, irritated and sensitive skin in mind.
The great news is that I am giving away one of these awesome eye gels valued at R450 to one lucky Becoming you reader…
THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED
Images: Kathryn Rossiter