For a few weeks now, I’ve been looking for an eye brightening cream because I felt like the skin under and around my eyes felt really dry and looked tired all the time. You see, I turned 35 last week. Normally age doesn’t bother me at all. I have never ONCE cared about getting older. Ever. Until I turned 35. I am finding a TON of gray hair. If the gray hair and the tired eyes aren’t bad enough, now when I fill out surveys, I have to check the “35-42” box. So now I could be in my 40’s. Prior to turning 35, when I filled out surveys, I could have been in my 20’s. Feel my pain?
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However, a week or so ago, I was asked if I would like to review an under eye brightening cream. I couldn’t believe my luck! Of course I immediately emailed back that I would LOVE to review the Belli eye brightening cream!
About Belli Eye Brightening Cream
Belli Eye Brightening Cream is a vitamin K and B enriched cream that revives and illuminates tired eyes, and minimizes the appearance of fine lines. Brighten your day and your look with this soothing and restorative refreshment for the eyes.
So why vitamin K and B? Well vitamin K has been scientifically reported to help reduce the appearance of dark circles* and vitamin B3 helps the area around the eye looked restored. This cream is allergy tested. It is free of artificial dyes or fragrances, phthalates and paraben preservatives. It also comes in BPA free packaging.
I have used this cream every single day for the last 4 days and I absolutely love it. I’m always hesitant to try new things on my face because I don’t want it to make my skin oil. The Belli Eyey Brightening Cream does not make my skin oily at all. It does, however, make the skin under my eyes feel smooth and hydrated…and, as a result, the entire area looks better!
One thing I would especially like to note is that this eye brightener cream is free of teratogens so it is recommended by OB/GYN’s as safe to use during pregnancy. It is also LactMed screened to avoid ingredients that may be harmful if passed through breast milk. I know it’s been awhile since my kids were babies, but I do remember how tired my eyes looked! This cream would have come in handy then…for sure!