Annyeong, blogbear! Phew, it's been a while, eh? I know I have been inactive and irresponsible but I promise I'll try to blog more often!
Today I will be reviewing a VERY expensive productㅡit's quite ironic though because my last item review was about cheap cosmetics. The product I will be reviewing is: Premier Eye Cream by Dead Sea Premier!
Two of the awesome things about this product are the facts that it is clinically proven and hypoallergenic!
The introduction, ingredients, and manufacturer details:
On top of the box is the Dead Sea Premier logo (DSP).
It also comes with this booklet of DSP's products but we wont go through all of those. I just flipped it over to the eye cream's page.
Admit it! The packaging is GORGEOUS! I can't stress that more! I might sound geometrical but it looks like an oblate spheroid to me. The top dome is in lustrous gold and the bottom dome in bright pine green. The gold half is plastic and the green half is glass. I find the container very unhygienic because frequently dipping your finger in there would only contaminate the cream.
The consistency of the cream is milkyㅡslightly diluted but not greasy. It's fragrance free and a little goes a long way.
Now for it's effectiveness, I must say it is VERY IMPRESSIVE! I remember using it for the first time and I was very blown the morning I woke up because my dark circles were barely noticeable! The effects are very dramatic and for it to work overnight? Amazing! Although, after application, the eye cream may feel greasy and it may take a while to dry.
What I don't like about this product is its price. $250 is way too much for an eye cream. I understand that the ingredients of this eye cream came from the "Dead Sea" which is known for its benefits but $250 is just a deal breaker. It would be reasonable if it's worth $150 below, though. Other than that, and the packaging, I would say this is an A+ for me.
• fragrance free• gorgeous container
• instant effects
• does what it claims
• a little goes a long way
• travel friendly• hydrating
• Dead Sea minerals
• very expensive
• unhygienic container
• takes a while to dry
• a little greasy after application
There goes my first blogpost for the month! I hope you enjoyed reading this and I hope to see you on my next blogpost~ A happy bear is a lucky bear. ♥