What happens after Cinderella marries the prince and they live happily ever after? She starts planning for the long haul and gets a skincare regimen, of course. (Inner beauty lasts forever, but our outer beauty can use a little help along the way). Her fairy godmother would probably whip up an enchanted eye cream full of lavender water, honey, and jojoba oil to keep her eyes looking young and fresh. Fortunately, the rest of us can pop into a LUSH and get our own bottle of just that. LUSH Enchanted Eye Cream is filled with gentle natural ingredients to treat the delicate eye area. Lavender honey water soothes and reduces swelling, while cold pressed almond and jojoba moisturize. I usually take half a pump onto my ring finger and then pat gently around my eye. I appreciate it when eye products are formulated to be used in pump form; it's more hygienic, which is important when working around the eye area. The lotion-like texture of LUSH Enchanted Eye Cream is moisturizing but not heavy. It sinks in quickly without a greasy residue and can therefore be used both morning and night. It's nice because I prefer my eye creams to be lighter, since I still have some youth on my side; I like to let my skin produce some of its own natural oils, as opposed to overwhelming it with a rich cream. For those who prefer a richer night cream, Enchanted Eye Cream is a nice daytime option that would work well under makeup.
LUSH Enchanted Eye Cream ($25.95 for 1.5oz.) is beauty sleep in a bottle, for those of us who don't have a fairy godmother or the time to be a Sleeping Beauty. It has short list of quality ingredients that I can feel good about. I'm definitely a fan and have already worked Enchanted Eye Cream into my daily routine. Thanks for reading! Have you tried LUSH Enchanted Eye Cream or any other LUSH skincare? What are your favorite eye creams?
P.S. The Barbie in this post was one from my childhood; she's twenty years older and still looking good!
Ingredients: Lavandula Augustifolia Extract, Honey, Aqua, Stearic Acid, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) oil, Glycerin, Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed oil, Cetearyl Alcohol, Triethanoloamine, Methylparaben, Propylparaben.
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Love the Barbie! I've been thinking alot about skin regimens lately and want to get my skin in tip top shape so thanks for this post!!ReplyDelete
Thanks Kristie! I'm always thinking about skincare too :)Delete
LOL. I'd love to see Cinderella's skin regimen. Thanks for posting this product. Love LUSH.ReplyDelete
Hi girlieblogger, me too!Delete
awww Dovey you're really cute! I didn't know Lush has this product :) Thanks for letting us knowReplyDelete
Hehe, thanks memoiselle! I think it's one of their best skincare products :)Delete
I like the ingredient list! It's quite a bit bottle for eye cream too. I still yet to find a LUSH product that I really like, but I might look into this one :)ReplyDelete
Hi Sunny, I really like the ingredients list too; it's so simple, which is a good thing!Delete
This sounds like a really nice option for a light eye cream. And it's affordable too! I'm tired of dishing out $50-$80 for my 0.5 oz. eye creams--this one has 1.5 oz. and is way less. Plus, it contains a lot of great ingredients!!! :DReplyDelete
Hi Becca, eye creams do have ridiculous prices lately; I think at this point in my life, I just have to make sure to use a cream. This is def. one of the better cost effective options!Delete
heh heh, barbie did not age a day!ReplyDelete
Hi Sarah, her makeup still looks fresh too! :PDelete
lolz, love the first picture and your intro! :)ReplyDelete
confession, i haven't tried anything lush, yet. i know they are all natural but everytime i pass by a store, i get a little overwhelmed by the strong fragrance and the variety of products! maybe it's time for me to try.
thanks for your review. ;)
Hi Lena, Thanks! LUSH can be pretty overwhelming; it took me quite a long time to explore their products too!Delete
Dovey, you are so cute :D I agree - heavy eye creams just give me milia :( I like lighter ones that sink in well and wear well under makeup :DReplyDelete
Hi Larie, thanks! I'm glad we agree on the light eye creams!Delete
haha i love the barbie too! I definitely will have to scope this out next time i'm at a store, I've been thinking about eye cream and don't love sticking my fingers in a pot all the time..!ReplyDelete
Hi BronzerBunny, the pump is a huge plus. Lately I only use pump eye creams!Delete
I haven't used eye creams in a couple of years and gave it another try recently with a Weleda and a Boscia. They both made me break out so I'm going to forget eye creams for another couple of years! I'm not really worried about wrinkles and there's nothing we can do about laugh lines, and I'm even ignoring undereye concealers while I'm at it. If I change my mind, the LUSH sounds like a nice option. :)ReplyDelete
Hi Liz, Oh no! I've never broken out to eye creams, though I have to many facial creams. If anything a light pat of regular facial moisturizer does the trick too.Delete
I love that MAC lipstick color! Great picks for fall :)ReplyDelete