So I’m totally loving The Eye Balm Intense from La Mer and I know what you’re thinking, ‘of course you love it, it’s a $145 eye cream,’ but I can attest to the fact that price isn’t an accurate indicator of quality. I try things from prestige brands all the time that aren’t worth a review.
Our eyes begin to show signs of aging as early as our late 20’s so if you’re serious about having wrinkle-free eyes start using this from now. It’s also a good call if you use Botox around the eyes because you won’t have to inject as frequently. It’s about protecting the investment.
Don’t look for the balm to fit into a specific treatment category, its super-advanced ingredient lineup targets puffiness, wrinkling, and skin clarity. If it’s a problem, this will solve it.
I’m now celebrating my 7th month without Botox. Who knows if I’ll fall off the wagon again, but for now I’m doing what I can to keep my face smooth and needle-free.
A new fashion of makeup!
Hooked On Beauty says
I'm still using it nightly and really like it. I've been using my organic rose hip oil under it for when my eyes feel extra dry too for added moisture. I think good eye creams are a solid investment since that's where we tend to show age the fastest. Hope that helps!
I was wondering how your eyes are doing on the Eye Balm Intense, and if you still think it's effective. I picked up a sample and love it, but wanted to ask for your input before buying some. Let me know what you think about it. Thanks!
they don't work any better. i talked to my dermatologist about it. this and kiehls are highly overrated for the "results" they produce.
Beauty Addict says
I'd love to see a before and after picture!
I've never tried anything from them as I'm concerned they won't work any better than other premium brand that is less than 1/2 the price.
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