Saturday, 26 May 2012

Olay Microdermabrasion & Peel System (Regenerist kit)

Hi everyone! Today I want to write about two products that I have been loving for a while. They come in a kit because they work as a pair.
We all want our skin to look as flawless as possible. We are all makeup lovers and know how important it is to take good care of our skin. Applying makeup is much easier and it looks more natural. Unfortunately, busy way of living, the food we eat, lack of sleep, stress and years going by, don't really help us with that. That is why exfoliating is so important. By exfoliating your skin you remove dead skin cells from the top layer allowing new skin to shine through. It also reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

This is a two step treatment.

 First step is to apply micro-dermabrasion beauty treatment with derma crystals to a clean and dry face (about a quarter size). You will feel the crystals on your skin but it is not too rough. You should massage your face in circular motion for a minute and then go to the second step. Take the mini peeling activating serum (about half of a little spoon or quarter size) and put it on top of the dermabrasion treatment. This one is like a clear fluid. It changes the consistency of the treatment below and foams up a little bit. If you don't feel like it changed it, add some more. Massage that for another minute and then rinse off with warm water.
YOU WILL NOT BELIVE HOW SOFT AND SMOOTH YOUR FACE IS! I can not tell enough about this one.

It is recommended to use it twice a week (which I do) for best results and you have enough product for 8 weeks of use (at least, mine lasts even longer).

This is how the company describes it:
This microdermabrasion and peel system resurfaces skin and improves circulation. This two-step system diminishes the appearance of wrinkles and visibly improves skin tone. Contains Alpha Hydroxy Acids. For best results use twice a week. Kit includes 8 weeks of treatments.

Microdermabrasion Treatment with Derma-Crystals (Net wt 2.2oz/64g): Peg-8, Sodium Bicarbonate, Silica Silylate, Polysorbate 20, Niacinamide, Tocopheryl Acetate, Ascorbic Acid, Fragrance, Yellow 5, Red 40. Peel Activator Serum (2fl ox/59mL): Water, Sodium Lactate, Lactic Acid, Butylene Glycol, DMDM Hydantoin, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Iodopropynyl Butylcarbamate, Disodium EDTA.

Since this product contains alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) which can increase skin's sensitivity to the sun, you should be careful. Use a sunscreen and don't overdo with sun bathing. Exposing your skin to the sun too much is not recommendable either way, with or without this treatment.

I bought this kit on Cheapsmells (click for link). It is not currently available but I think you can find it in the stores. I paid 10.25 Euros for it. I think that price is reasonable. Cheapsmells is a great online shop with reasonable shipping (starts at 2 Euros), very safe, with great customer service, offers PayPal and items come in two/max three weeks to Croatia. I am not affiliated in any way with them but wanted to let you know about them. They offer a huge choice of perfumes and when on sale, their prices are unbelivable.

So, my verdict is short and clear. This one is a keeper!

What do you say? Tried it? Want to try it? Any recommendations?

Love, beautyandbrains007

Tuesday, 22 May 2012

WET N WILD - Comfort Zone

Wet n Wild Comfort Zone is the second palette that I purchased from the Color Icon line with 8 eyeshadows. Blue had me at hello didn't catch my attention. If you want to read my review on the Petal Pusher, here is the link: .

So... the palette has 8 eyeshadows, 4 more neutral, earthy ones and 4 shades on the green side. I wouldn't really say that green eyeshadows are in comfort zone, because a lot of people don't wear them, but they are wearable shades. All 8 shades are with shimmery and satin finish, there are no mattes in this one. I would prefer at least one nice light brown crease shade. Just to soften the look.
I used this palette for a while before writing this review. Two looks they suggest (following imprints) looked very nice and wearable. They also suggested 4 looks at the back: Sweet, Flirty, Dramatic and Wild look. I appreciate the effort although my ideas were great, too.

All the shades are extremely pigmented and well worth the hype. I was especially surprised with the lid colour on the green side. AMAZING pigmentation and one good swipe with the brush will be enough for the whole eyelid. All of the darker shades, on both sides (left and right), are Crazy pigmented so I suggest a light hand. It is better to build up the colour than to be unpleasantly surprised.
The colour that I like the most is the lid colour on the left. It is a rose gold shade with a touch of copper. LOVE IT!!!
They wear well and will last you during the work day. I apply TF Shadow insurance underneath.

daylight/without flash

with flash

I didn't experience any fallout with these. I use Sigma brushes and always tap off any excess before applying eyeshadow to my eyes.

swatches without any primer

Left- goldeny tan colour with a satin finish, nicely pigmented but a bit chalkish
Right- highly pigmented highlight shade, has a soft texture, more on the golden side, has a satin finish; it would also be nice as an eyelid colour for a softer look
Left- beautiful rose gold shade with a touch of copper, highly pigmented, soft texture, very wearable and amazing for every day
Right- goldeny green with a satin finish, AMAZINGLY pigmented, soft texture
Left- brown with gold, satin finish, good pigmentation, soft texture
Right- good pigmentation but a bit dry and chalky, gray with green satin finish with fine gold glitter
Left- soft texture, HIGHLY pigmented coppery brown shade, similar to brown crease shade from the Petal Pusher but even richer, BEAUTIFUL

left- Petal Pusher, right- Comfort Zone

Right- this colour is mixture of brown and green with red undertones, the colour will change depending on the angle and light, the pigmentation isn't bad but when compared with similar colours (high end dupes) like Too Faced Label Whore or MAC Club, it is definitely less pigmented; then again the price is not comparable, so...; I am posting pictures of TF- Label Whore and WnW colour below just to see the difference; I can't compare MAC Club because I don't have it in my collection.

Too Faced Label Whore

Wet n Wild

left- TF, right- WnW

The price of this palette is 5$ if you live in the USA/3.5.GBP/4 Euros. If you are not in the USA, the price depends on shipping costs. I bought this palette on ebay but I waited a  long time to get it for a good price with reasonable shipping costs. Most of the sellers have it for 10 $ plus shipping. When I think of its original drugstore price, I just don't want to pay that much. I found a good website and ordered some palettes from it. Their shipping is really fast (received 1 package in 10 days from ordering) and products were all sealed nicely to prevent any damages. I didn't receive the other package but it has only been 2 weeks from ordering so it is not like there is some serious delay or something. Can't really tell much about their customer service because I didn't experience any problems. I am posting their website link if you want to check them out. I am not affiliated with them in any way. Found them through google. The link is . If any of you have shopped with them before, please tell me about your experience.

In the end, this is a good palette to have and worth the hype. All 8 eyeshadows are pigmented.
If you like to wear neutral tones and green colours, go for it! All the green shades are very wearable and you will enjoy them for sure.
If you don't like greens, I would pass on this one. Wet n Wild offers so many neutral trios that you don't need to buy this one.
If you have hooded or more mature eyes and prefer matte shades, don't get it because there are no mattes in this one. If you love makeup and have other matte options, get it.

What do you say? Do you own this one?

Love, beautyandbrains007

Saturday, 19 May 2012

COLOR CLUB- LAVA LAMP nail polish (neon)

This spring is all about neons! I like the trend but mostly on my feet. That's right-feet. Fortunately, my boyfriend convinced me that nobody want's to see feet on the internet so you will see how it looks on my hands. My nails are a bit longer (due to professionally done french manicure) at the moment, I would shorten them if I wore this polish but you will get the picture.

natural light/no flash

 The colour is in between orange and red, a bit neon but so AMAZING... The brush is just the right size. It can deal with small and odd pinkie toes (belive me).

no flash/daylight

 It has a kind of matte finish, as almost all neon polishes do, but not as matte as China Glaze's neon polishes. It is not streaky, one coat will not be enough but two coats are perfect (I did a third one just to show you how it looks ).

one coat with flash

one coat/no flash/daylight

I am quite fair but this polish wasn't too much for me and as I get more tan, it will look even better.

two coats with flash
two coats/natural light/no flash

I bought my 15 ml/0.5 fl.oz. bottle on ebay for 3.25$ plus very reasonable shipping from USA to Croatia (6$ total).

three coats with flash
three coats/natural light/no flash
How do you like this one? Any recommendations?

Love, beautyandbrains007

Wednesday, 16 May 2012


My love for Lush products lasts a long time but until recently it was limited to their body and bath products. My mistake, because although some of their bubble bars are heavenly they are not their best products. At least not in my book. Not that I don't like them (one of them will get its own post) it is just the fact that they are really expensive since you get 2-3 baths with 1 bar depending on the size of it and they cost from 2.50-4.15 GBP for 100g/ from 5.95-10.95$ per bar/ 4.95-8.95 Euros per bar.

During Lent I banned myself from eating chocolate. It was still cold so while visiting a Lush store I picked up an amazing smell of chocolate that was calling me... It was Cupcake mask. The ingredients and her cleansing atributes made sure that I buy it (glad I did). I am posting pictures below and I know that it looks funny but it is great for the face.

LUSH Croatia advertises this mask as a combination of chocolate smell and fresh ingredients which will take you beyond your imagination. Rhassoul mud is therapeutical and antiseptic which will help your skin to get deep cleaned. Cocoa butter will soften your skin and bring her back the moisture, spearmint oil will shrink your pores and sooth your skin leaving it less sensitive. It is an ideal treat for both young and old skin with break out problems not caring if you are 9 or 99.
But I also read some information about this mask on their UK and USA sites and it seems to me that they target this mask more to teenagers. I am not a teenager and I don't have acnes or really bad break outs. I get a pimple or two sometimes if it is that time of the month, but I bought this for cleansing purposes.
INGREDIENTS: Rhassoul Mud, Linseed Infusion, Glycerine, Talc, Cocoa Powder, Cocoa Butter, Fresh Mint, Sandalwood Oil, Vanilla Absolute, Spearmint Oil, Peppermint Oil, Limonene, Perfume.
This product is suitable for vegans.

The mask should be applied on dry face, left for 5-10 minutes and then rinsed off with warm water. Since it is made from natural ingredients it is best to keep it in the fridge.

I loved this mask so much that I got another one. Proof below :).

 As I said, I am not a teenager and I don't have acne problems but I have to keep my pores under control because I have oily skin. I fell in love with the chocolate sent and it really did calm down all the redness that I had during that time of the month.

When you take off this mask your face feels so clean and hydrated you won't belive it. I will definitely repurchase this product and would recommend it to all people with any skin problems (smaller redish break outs or acnes). I am going through my second container of this mask so I'll take a break when I use it up (just because I think it is better to rotate some products to keep your skin wondering what will happen next).
This mask conviced me to buy another masks from Lush and they were all amazing!!! Reviews will come... Just a little preview.

in small containers: BIG shampoo and Ayesha face mask
As for the price, you will get 75g of product for 5.75 GBP/12 $/9 Euros. At Lush they will tell you that you'll get 7-8 applications from that, I get 8, and I am not saving it when I apply it. Since it is made from fresh ingredients its expiration date is sooner than in other cosmetic products so use it frequently (once or twice a week, depending on your skin type). Most of Lush shops don't sell it online because it can go bad. Also, most Lush shops will give you a free new mask if you bring 3 empty containers. I am not sure how that works around the world so check it with your local store. Lush is eco friendly so they recycle their containers.

What about you? Have you tried this mask? Will you buy it? Do you have any other Lush masks? Do you like them?

Love, beautyandbrains007

Monday, 14 May 2012

Essence eye makeup remover oil-free

Today I decided to write a short post (as short as I can write them) about a product I personally love but haven't heard much about. I even read some negative opinions about it but still enjoy it very much. Since you read the title you know what this post is all about ;), so I'll start with my review.

I've said this earlier but I really don't like eye makeup removers with oil in them. Just don't like that feeling on my skin. Essence has 2 versions of eye makeup removers and, of course, I went for the oil-free one.  I wasn't planning to write a post about it but that would be unfair because it always has a place on my shelves. I used to use eye makeup remover (also oil-free) from Balea (it is DM's brand available in DM stores) and it was great but one time they didn't have it in the store so I tried this one and loved it even more. I even recommended it to friends of mine with sensitive eyes along with a tip on how to remove makeup from the eyes, and they loved it. So, everyone around me like this product, all the negative feedback I heard about it was from other beauty blogs and their readers. My opinion stayed the same: "LOVE IT!"

It comes in a plastic 125ml/4,22 fl.oz bottle and it costs about 16kn/2 Euros/1,5 GBP or 3$. It is available in all drugstores and some of the high end stores, at least in Croatia.

This is how Essence describes it:
"This soft formula with chamomile extract removes especially gently non-waterproof eye makeup whilst soothing the delicate eye area, without oily residue so that fresh makeup can be applied immediately after.Usage: apply to a cotton pad and gently wipe over closed eyelid.
INGREDIENTS: aqua (watera), glycerin, PEG-40, hydrogenated castor oil, propylene glycol, chamomilla recutita (matricaria) flower extract, bisabolol, poloxamer 184, lactic acid, butylene glycol, glucose, bht, sodium benzoate, potassium sorbate, phenoxy-ethanol, parfum, CI 16035.

And now me... (after all, this is my blog :))
It is ment to remove non-waterproof makeup and that is probably the reason why so many people don't like it. I don't like, use or own any waterproof mascaras because I am terrified they'll ruin my lashes and also not a fan of them because taking them off can bee such a pain in the b.... On the other hand, I use it to remove waterprof eyeliners an eye pencils. It does a good job at that! I just don't follow the usage instruction written on the bottle, I go with my way always following the golden rule: "NO TUGGING!!!" Take a cotton pad and put enough product on it (not too much but be generous), then put the pad onto your eyelid (closed eye) and hold it there for 20-30 seconds, when you take it off you should already see that your mascara melted and the line of your eyeliner. With very light hand remove the rest of your makeup. If any of your eye makeup is left along the lashline take an ear cotton bud, put some product on it and remove the rest of your eye makeup. I always wash my face in the end with some kind of cleanser and water, just don't have that clean feeling if  I don't do so.

This product is really gentle to the eyes, it has a nice soft smell and I love it!

What about you? Have you tried it? Like it? Don't like it? What do you use and would recommend?

Write to me.

I wish you a great and successful week!

Love, beautyandbrains007

Saturday, 12 May 2012

WET N WILD Petal Pusher

You probably think: "What's up with this girl? It is 2012!" is. But, in my defense, we don't have Wet n Wild in Croatia. For the rest of Europe, I don't know. Anyways, I have been hearing so much about this brand, especially eyeshadows that I just had to try and see for myself what all the hype is about.
Secondly, I also have a blog for my Croatian readers and I am trying to post the same posts (in English and in Croatian) simultaneously on both of my blogs. If you can speak Croatian, here is the link .
And this is how the story goes...

I found this palette on ebay and purchased it, along with the Comfort Zone. Blue had me at hello was a bit too blue for me. I already have blues in my collection and I don't use them often enough to buy this one. On the other hand, I just purchased Sigma limited edition Paris Palette (with lots of blue shades in it) and I think that I jumped on that wagon too fast. I didn't receive it, yet, so can't really form my opinion at this time, but... Like Scarlet'Hara would say: "I will deal with that, tomorrow!".  This post is only going to be about Petal Pusher. Comfort Zone will be reviewed later. I need to play with it a bit more.

I am always surprised to hear how affordable products in the USA are. And this one is no exceptipon. 5$ for 8 highly pigmented eyeshadows. Insane! And they also have all the coupons and sales... I can understand why their makeup collections are so big. :) A bit jelaous...

Here is the palette!

There are 8 nicely sized eyeshadows in this palette. This one is great for green eyes because the colours are purples, plums and maroons. They have imprints in each colour which is great if you are a beginner but play with it just because it is so fun! I tried all the looks like they suggest and they were great but so were the ones I came up with myself. There are also suggestions (at the back) for 4 looks: Sweet/Flirty/Dramatic/Wild.  The packaging is drugstore, simple, plastic but not cheap. My palette fell as I was writing this post and everything was fine. I didn't break the lid or shattered my eyeshadows.

And the big question... Are they really that good? YES!!! I was surprised to see soo much pigmentation in a drugstore brand. The price is amazing if you live in the States, if you don't it is acceptable. There is not a matte shade in this one, they are all shiny. Two shades from the top left side seem matte in the palette but when applied they have some shimmer. They are all pigmented. Some of them even crazy pigmented. You must be very careful with dark shades. I've heard that there can be some fall out but I didn't experience that. I used my Sigma brushes to apply them, and I always tap off the excess eyeshadow (doesn't matter which brand I use). The brush that comes in this palette is awful!!! It is a double sided brush and applicator. Zero quality. It is much easier and nicer to use your fingers if you don't have brushes but skip this one. The only thing I recommend is to soften the look with a neutral bronzy or light brown shade above the crease. That is just a suggestion. You don't have to do that.

Left - a nice pinkish shimmery colour, a bit chalky, not as pigmented as the rest of them
Right - nice and pigmented, soft and creamy pink with purple shimmer
Left - nice pigmentation, shimmery pink with some gold in it
Right - chalky, had some fall out while swatching but didn't experience that on my eyes, nicely pigmented, shiny purple colour with fine golden glitter
Left - purple shimmery shade, highly pigmented
Right - highly pigmented, rich colour that looks more on the purple side in the pan but when applied it is like chocolate with coppery fine glitter
Left - less pigmented and lighter than the one above it, shiny purple with purple and silver glitter
Right - crazy pigmented dark grey, almost black with silver glitter (BEAUTIFUL!)

My swatches don't show their beauty enough. They are much prettier on the eyes. Although some of them are glittery, you don't have to worry about your face being glittery. I didn't experience that at all.
Also, all the swatches were done without any primer. That shows how pretty these colours are on their own. They stay on very well during the day.
I love this one, understand the hype and would recommend it especially if you are in the States.

I am also posting a picture so you can see the ingredients if you are interested in that.

What do you say? Do you like them? Do you have this palette? Any other palette from Wet n Wild? Would you recommend them?

Have a nice weekend!

Love, beautyandbrains007

Wednesday, 9 May 2012

CLINIQUE....take the day off, rinse-off foaming cleanser, dramatically different moisturizing lotion

So....ladies I present to you.....CLINIQUE! I just hope that no one will be mad at me. It is not that I hate this products but I think they didn't have a WOW effect, at least not for me.

I am going to start with the Take the day off makeup remover. I've heard a lot of good things about this product so I wanted to try it but when I came to Limoni (a store similar to Sephora or Ulta) it was about 15 GBP, 20 Euros or 25 $ for 125 ml/4.2 oz of product. That seemed a bit much for my taste especially when I saw that it had oil in it and I usually don't like that. But, a friend gave a 3 step kit to me so I got to try it (these are good sample sizes- 30 ml/ 1fl.oz, enough to test them for a while, they lasted me for a month, only Take the day off didn't last as long).
It is suitable for all skin types and it is great for removing makeup from lids, lashes and lips. The company claimes that it quickly lifts away long-wearing eye and lip makeup without tugging. It easily dissolves longwearing makeup, even waterproof mascara. This gentle formula is tug-free, non-irritating, and non-stinging.
And I agree. It removes makeup nicely, it doesn't irritate the eyes.
I know that probably most of you already know how to remove makeup without tugging the skin but it seems to me that a lot of women don't know the right way. You take a cotton pad and put some product on it. Then place the pad to the area where you want to remove makeup and hold it there for a couple of seconds. This will help the product to start working. Then wipe with downward strokes. At the end rinse with water. I didn't do the last step. I had a feeling that if I'll leave it on, it will nourish my skin.
It is very important to shake well before using it. When I first tried it, I didn't like it because it felt too greasy and didn't work well. So, shake, shake, shake!!!
In my opinion, this is nice but I think it is better for dry skin. It works well but for that amount of money I would always rather buy BIODERMA. So, I am not going to buy this one again.

Rinse-off foaming cleanser was also nice and gentle. It is unscented but when I opened mine it smelled weird. Like a medicine but then the smell disappeared or I got used to it. As I said, it does its job but I wouldn't buy it because there are nice, cheaper cleansers on the market for me.  If you have dry and sensitive skin, I think you would really like this one. It is targeted for dry combination and combination oily skin. My skin is oily combination, not sensitive but I thought that the time is perfect to test this after a long winter that left my cheeks dry. Won't be repurchasing this one, either.
Also a bit expensive for cleanser, 150 ml/5 oz of products cost 15.50 GBP/20 Euros/cheaper on the US market, about 20 $.

And finally, Dramatically Different Moisturizing Lotion. The one I have is for very dry to dry combination skin. I know, I know, not for me but I wanted to try it on my dry patches. It is OK. Also unscented and gentle but didn't make a huge difference for me. It didn't break me out or clogged my pores but didn't help with the dryness, either. There are different sizes of this product. 125 ml/4.2 oz will cost you 29 GBP if it has a pump and 28 GBP if it only has a cap (about 33 Euros). Also cheaper on the US market where it costs 23.50 $. I will not buy it.

That is it. No Clinique for me in the near future. What do you say? Have you tried any of these products? Planning to buy some? Anyone tried DDML for oily skin?

Tell me...

Love, beautyandbrains007

Monday, 7 May 2012


Hello everyone or anyone :))!!!

Today I decided to write a review of Syoss dry shampoo. I am not sure if this brand is available in most countries but I've seen it in Europe, it is sold in DM so I guess that most of us are familiar with it. I must admitt I am not a fan of their products but I was waiting for some more affordable dry shampoos to come to our market and here they are.

I am definitely more for good old washing hair with regular shampoo and water but it is nice to have an option for that extra day of "freshness" when you are too tired in the evenings or over slept in the mornings. Until now, I used the good old recipe which you all probably already know about, and that is baby powder. It is also great for adding some volume to your hair.

I am blond and have no problems with white residue on my hair but I understand how it can be more difficult for brunettes and redheads. So, these dry shampoos should help us all.

Syoss Anti-grease dry shampoo can be found in DM, Kozmo, Muller... I bought it in our national drugstore "Kozmo". It was about 30 kn/4,5 Euros/6 $ for 200 ml of product.

Ingredients: Isobutane, Oryza Sativa Starch, Alcohol denat., Butane, Propane, Parfum, Limonene, Hexyl Cinnamal, Linalool, Citronellol, Citral, Geraniol.

Syoss recommends that you brush out your hair before application and they also advise to put a towel on your shoulders in order to prevent any stains on the clothes you are wearing. I didn't have any problems with that. Then you take small sections of your hair and apply dry shampoo on them from 20 cm distance. At the end take the towel and massage the product into your hair with it, then brush your hair again. If there is any residue of shampoo left in your hair, you can take a hair dryer and remove it. That should be it. Sounds simple but I don't like it.

The product itself is not bad, it does help with your hair to look less oily but it doesn't feel "clean" to me. It is not like I am expecting it to replace regular washing but it is still kind of greasy under my fingers. Also, the smell is HORRIBLE!!! It should be lemon scented but after about 30 seconds it smells like alcohol. Like I am an alcoholic who decided to stop drinking but all the fumes are still leaving my skin. I know... Disgusting, but it really is that bad.

I will not repurchase this product!!!

And the second thing I don't like is that although this bottle looks good sized, there is not as much product in it. If your hair is long, you will get aproximately 5 applications out of this product. That is not much for your money. But the decision is yours to be made.

I know that DM has a dry shampoo (from their own brand- Balea) and it is more affordable then this one and smells fruity. I bought it earlier but gave it to a friend of mine so will have to repurchase it and make a review of it on my blog. (checked at the store; it is 24,90 HRK/4.25 $/3.20 Euros/2.4 GBP for 200 ml)

That is all from me for now.

Tell me... Have you tried this product? Did you like it? Will you buy it?

Looking forward to your comments...

Love, beautyandbrains007!

Thursday, 3 May 2012

EVELINE Eye Lifting Roll-on with cooling effects

After all of those eyeshadows from the Naked palettes I decide to take a break or at least rest my eyes... And what would be more appropriate than clear skin with just a touch of good eye cream or serum on?

A couple of months ago there was a sale in our national drugstore called KOZMO. There I found this little treasure and decided to give it a try. Now, I have been using it non stop for over a month and I love it!!! I borrowed the picture below from their website because when I bought it, I didn't take a photo of it in a box.  What can I say? I didn't write my blog then. Now, I know better ;).

Eveline Eyelifting roll-on is a part of BioHyaluron4D collection.  It costs about 5$ and I had a coupon for 30% off which was an amazing deal! Size is 15 ml.

Hyaluronic acid is present in all live organisms, including us humans of course (especially in our skin). An average, adult human who weighs 70 kg/140 lbs has approximetely 15 g of hyaluronic acid in his/her body. Hyaluronic acid attracts water and that is the reason it helps hydrating our skin keeping it firm and youthful. The presence of hyaluronic acid decreases as we get older and as a result, we start getting first fine lines and wrinkles.

Eveline claims that this product is suitable for all skin types (sensitive skin included). It should offer an intense hydration of the skin up to 24 hours, which helps with dark circles and puffiness. It also fills the lines making them look less visible. All of these effects are possible thanks to the innovative formula with byohyaluronic acid and plant stem cells which stimulate microcirculation. Gel also has a cooling effect and since it is a roll-on with a metal ball it is like a relaxing massage during application which effectively supports puffiness reduction. And as a result your eyes will look youthfull and well rested.
INGREDIENTS: byohyaluronic acid, plant stem cells, caffeine, eyebright herb and horse chestnut extract, Matrixyl 3000™, vitamin E, Laminaria Algae, collagen and elastin, silk extract.

These claims are made by the company and I, actually, agree with them.

Let me just say that I am in no way affiliated with this company and I bought this product with my own money BUT this really is a great product!!!
I am a young woman who doesn't have to deal with wrinkles, yet . But, I do notice some fine lines under my eyes. And this really helps with them. I use it in the mornings and before going to bed and it is fantastic for me. If you have dry skin maybe it would be better to combine it with something more nourishing in the evenings. I am saying that because this has a watery consistency and it dries quickly without leaving your eye area greasy. I like that, especially before applying makeup. So, I recommend it not as a primer but as a barrier before puting your primer and eyeshadow on.
It really does reduce puffiness and helps with waking up your eyes. I can't really say much about dark circles because I don't have them. But for me this is PERFECT!

Will I buy it again? DEFINITELY YES!!!

So. What do you say? Do you have it? Would you like to try it? Will you buy it?

Love, beautyandbrains007