Sunday, 19 May 2013

I can see clearly now …

Sorry for the cheesy title, I couldn’t help myself.  Today’s post is about some of my favourite eye care products.  I wear contact lenses, and sometimes worry incase I pull or drag at the skin under my eyes when putting them in or removing them.  Lovely image for you there.  So here's a few products I use to help with this.
1.   Simple Revitalising Eye Roll-On - I only bought this a few weeks ago but I really like it so far.  I apply in the mornings and it really brightens up my eyes.
2.   Avene Soothing Eye Contour Cream – I bought this in a French pharmacy a few months ago and use it most nights before bed.  It’s soothing on my eyes and I wake up to smooth skin around my eyes in the morning. 
3.   Clinique All About Eyes Rich – I use this a few times a month.  It’s much thicker than the Avene cream, and is a good pamper product.  At £24 for 15ml, this is a bit much for my student budget.  I probably won't be repurchasing this, but a lovely product nonetheless.
4.   Liz Earle Eyebright – I’ve been using this for years, both to soothe tired eyes and to remove makeup.  Since discovering Bioderma I’ve stopped using this for the latter, but I still like to swoosh some of this on a cotton pad over my eyes if they’re a bit red or puffy.  I always have a bottle of this for emergencies.  Ahem, it’s also nice and soothing on hungover eyes too.

Have you tried any of these products before? What do you use on your eyes? 


  1. I adore the clinique all about eyes, it is perfect for me! I recently ran out and I'm dying to repurchase! But seeing these I'm tempted to venture elsewhere!

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  2. I haven't tried any of these but thanks for sharing! They sound great! xx The Golden Girls

  3. What a silly title! I want to try the All About Eyes Rich but I'm on a student budget as well.


  4. Great post, I want to try the clinique cream, sounds lovely!