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I recently bought this Clinique repairwear laser focus wrinkle correcting eye cream along with some other Clinique products during Boots’ Points Event where they offer extra advantage card points all day in their larger stores.
This cream is for all skin types.
~ Price and availability ~
This eye cream costs £30.00, which I suppose seems quite expensive for 15ml of product, but I have been using it for a while and it looks virtually unused.
It is available from Boots and most department stores.
~ In use ~
The cream itself is white in colour and it looks quite thick.
I only need to take a tiny bit at a time from the pot and use my fingertips to smooth it under my eyes. It doesn’t feel too thick. It has a slight gel-like feel to it as it is a little bit firmer than your average cream. It is easy to rub in and it sinks into my skin very quickly.
You do not need to use much of this cream. A tiny amount will go a long way.
My under eye area looks instantly hydrated and more radiant. My skin looks less dull and quite reflective, but not greasy.
The cream claims to build natural elastin to visibly reduce lines and wrinkles and to visibly repair UV damage to improve texture.
After using this cream for a few months the fine lines under my eyes do seem less obvious and I think the area under my eyes seems brighter, more hydrated and younger looking.
This cream is now an important part of my skincare routine and I am really pleased that I bought it. I am 26 years old so I plan to keep buying this cream for a few more years to come.
I will definitely buy this eye cream again when my pot runs out and I would recommend it to anyone wanting to take more care of their skin, particularly around the eye area.
It may seem a little pricey for the amount that you get, but you don’t need to use a lot at a time and it lasts for ages. For the results you get it is definitely worth the price tag.
Having been converted to a Clinique fan by their 3 step system a year ago I have since tried out many of their products. A good way to do that is making the most of their bonus time when they offer free sample size products with purchases. This is how I came across the Repairwear Laser Focus Wrinkle Correcting Eye Cream.
I have been using a 3ml pot for about 2 months now and have used 2/3. So this cream will definitely last you a long time. Which is just as well cause a 15ml pot will set you back £30. So not a cheap product but you pay for quality.
The cream itself is white in colour and quite thick. It applies to the skin really nicely and evenly and I use it twice a day with my usual routine.
I only have fine lines around my eyes, no big wrinkles but the cream has smoothed that out after about 2 months. It''''ll be interesting to see how it''''ll improve my skin further with prolonged use. And I am convinced it will improve my skin further.
I would definitely recommend the product, but make sure you get a deal whether that''''s on offer or using Clinique''''s bonus time and always make sure to get the most advantage points as Clinique products are sold in Boots.
A second chance for every skin. Three patented technologies in one anti wrinkle serum. Sun, stress, pollution. Add late nights, assorted indiscretions. Skin never forgets and wrinkles arise. So here comes this amazing formula for face and eyes. a decade of research creates three serums in one. Helps forgive the appearance of the past and supports your skin's future. To use: Apply three drops, twice a day for a vibrant look and to give the skin a second chance.