The Body Shop Vitamin C Eye Reviver Reviews
Product Type: The Body Shop body care
Newest Review: ... orange packaging, and has a lovely orange/citrus smell. This product comes in a bottle and is pump action allowing you to ... more
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Customer The Body Shop Vitamin C Eye Reviver Reviews (6)
by - written on 20/08/10, updated on 20/08/10 (Very useful, 101 readings)
The Vitamin C Skin Reviver is another Body Shop product that I ended up buying after sampling the tester. I loved the orange scent and the consistency of the reviver is also very unusual - it sinks into your skin (in a similar way to the anti-bacterial gel you put on your hands when you visit the hospital) - sorry for the clinical description, but it seems to magically absorb into the skin in a similar way! *** Price and availability *** This product is £12.00 for a 30ml tube, or £12.50 for 200ml tub. You can buy this product from Body Shop stores - which are located on most major high streets. Or alternatively you can purchase a tube at a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/07/10, updated on 18/06/11 (Very useful, 71 readings)
As far as eye creams go, you are generally stuck for choice and bombarded with claims and false advertising. Although I'm only just in my twenties, my skin and eye area in particular is something I am keen to take care of so hopefully I can avoid deep wrinkles and lines in years to come. I have always trusted The Body shop for quality and I have never been dissatisfied by any of their products, so when I came across the Vitamin C range in store, I decided to give The Vitamin C Eye Reviver cream a try. At £12.50 for 30ml, this is expensive compared to what you may find in Superdrug from brands such as Nivea or Simple, however as Vitamin C has so ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/07/10, updated on 27/07/10 (Very useful, 93 readings)
When i first started uni i got caught up in the insane "university lifestyle", non stop party mode basically. I found below my eyes became puffy and dark circles were visible. I basically looked like id had no sleep for a month, which i hadn't. Not many people know that the skin surrounding your eyes is actually 5-10 times thinner compared to the rest of the face. With skin this fragile, your eye area is usually the first place to show distinct signs of aging, like fine lines, puffiness and dark circles. In addition, the place that is normally most noticable from lack of sleep, which i experienced. I bought this product hoping that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/07/10 (Very useful, 44 readings)
The Body Shop is such a great, well known household name, that you just know you can't go wrong with anything they do. On top of the reputation, you know you can count on their products for containing fair traded, natural ingredients that are not tested on animals. I am not a particularly 'ethical' shopper, but it always makes me feel a little better knowing all this! I don't normally use the Vitamin C skin care range as my favourite skin care range is the Vitamin E range, but I did purchase a couple of items from the Vitamin C range, with the promise of a good zesty revival for tired and polluted skin. The Vitamin C range is great if you work or spend most of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/06/13 (Very useful, 32 readings)
I absolutely love the Body Shop Vitamin C range and find that the products are great for brightening my skin and making it look more radiant especially as my skin is prone to looking very pale and dull due to Pernicious Anaemia. Like the other products in the Vitamin C range the Eye Reviver comes in a distinct orange packaging, and has a lovely orange/citrus smell. This product comes in a bottle and is pump action allowing you to dispense just the amount required. The product itself is a white, fairly thin and easily absorbed cream leaving the skin lovely and moisturised. I find that a bottle lasts a really long time as you only need a small ... Read the complete review
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