Boots No7 Awakening Eye Gel Reviews
Product Type: Boots No.7 body care
Newest Review: ... very much in the eye area so one tube lasted me for a few months. The packaging is usual No7 packaging and looks pretty ... more
Customer Boots No7 Awakening Eye Gel Reviews (10)
by - written on 06/02/08 (Very useful, 478 readings)
I do night shifts and as a result my sleeping pattern has been quite badly affected. Although I've done nights for several years now, its only the last 6 months or so that I've felt the tiredness creeping up on me - I must be getting old!! Anyway, sometimes I only manage a few hours sleep at a time, and my eyes look puffy and tired. I decided it would be a good idea to invest in an eye gel or cream to try and combat the problem, and eventually decided on the No.7 awakening eye gel from Boots. ~About the gel~ This gel promises to 'reduce the appearance of puffiness and dark circles' so the skin around your eyes will look revitalised. It is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/11/09 (Very useful, 140 readings)
Now as anyone who regularly reads my reviews will have probably saw this sentence in many of my reviews BUT I am addicted to the No7 range and I cannot live without most of their products one of which is this dinky little eye gel! I think I got my first tube of this in a gift set a few Christmases ago from my mother who if anything is an even bigger fan than me and this eye gel came highly recommended so I though Id better try it out! I'm very glad I did because It worked so well for me, it did exactly what it promised and left me looking noticeably better, I'm never without a tube of this now!! Appearance & Packaging: Blink and you will miss it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/10/09 (Very useful, 392 readings)
Last Xmas I was given a huge box of No 7 skincare items and over the year I've been working my way through most of them. A couple of weeks ago I noticed my eyes felt dry and puffy and the thought that sprung to mind instantly was "I need some eye gel" but I didn't think I had any. I finally rummaged through my box of No 7 items and realised I had a tube of the No 7 Awakening Eye Gel so I decided to try that. The tube is 15ml which is not a trial size but full size and if you buy this from Boots it will set you back £8. It claims to "soothe away signs of long hours and late nights" and reduce puffiness and dark circles. It is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/01/09 (Very useful, 387 readings)
Tired eyes can make your whole face look tired, and unfortunately when I worked I used to suffer with viral conjunctivitis and had to use medication from the GP, my eyes were often red and puffy. But since retiring it has cleared up, but I am guilty of staying on the computer for long hours and staying up late, then if I don't get to sleep my eyes are puffy the next day. So I was very pleased to see a tube of Awakening eye gel in box of No7 goodies I received from my daughter at Christmas. My tube contains 15mls, and is pearly white with a screw top lid. I checked the cost at Boots and it is currently selling at £7.83, so an expensive product, but you need ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/09/08 (Very useful, 799 readings)
I bought this at Boots when I had one of the £5 off No7 vouchers, this should have been £8 so I got it for £3. The gel comes in a little tube which looks white but as you start using it you will realise its a slightly see through plastic. The tube stands upside down on its lid, it comes in one size, 15ml. On the back of the tube it shows the symbol of an open tub stating it lasts 6 months once opened but i've had mine over that amount of time and its not caused any problems (yet) lol. On the front it says; No7 in gold writing, and then 'Awakening eye gel' underneath in fine black writing, at the bottom of the tube it says ... Read the complete review
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