Boots Vitamin E SPF 15 Eye Cream Reviews
Product Type: Boots Sun Care
Description:Brand: Boots / Protection / Type: Eye Cream / Suitable for: Eye / UV Protection Factor: SPF 15 / Eye Cream
Newest Review: ... of all, the packaging is very similar to the Moisture Lotion, except obviously you get a smaller amount as it is an eye ... more
by - written on 16/08/13 (Very useful, 9 readings)
Following on from my review of the Boots Vitamin E Moisture Lotion, I thought I would write one about the corresponding eye cream. I bought this when I went to repurchase said moisturiser and found that all the products in the Vitamin E range were buy 2 for £4. Wanting to try some of the other products I picked up this one. First of all, the packaging is very similar to the Moisture Lotion, except obviously you get a smaller amount as it is an eye cream. However, I found I went through this product very quickly as there only is such a small amount and I would prefer that they made it in bigger containers and charged more for it. Now, I have to say I didn't ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/05/13 (Very useful, 51 readings)
I have been buying this eye cream for around 6 months now, after having my baby and not sleeping as much as I used to, my eyes are just not looking as good as they should! I have dark circles and they just don't look bright at all. I wanted to find something to help make them look a little better. I have never used eye creams before so I didn't know what to expect from this one. I only picked this one up as I had picked up the Boots vitamin E day cream and they were on offer 2 for £4, so I thought I would try this eye cream too. It is usually around £2.50 and are currently in a 3 for two offer, so you can get this nice and cheap. This is a very small tube of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/10/12 (Very useful, 53 readings)
I needed an eye cream to help get rid of my dark under eye circles, however quite sceptical as to whether they actually work I decided to go for a lower end one. After reading some good reviews on the Boots website about this one, I decided to go for it. Besides it only cost a couple of pounds so I didn't really have much to lose by giving it a go. The product claims to help reduce the appearance of puffiness, fine lines and dark circles within 4 weeks. The product comes in a squeezy plastic tube with a thin nozzle to help control how much product you use. The cream itself is white in colour with a subtle shimmer to it as most eye creams do. The cream is also ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/08/12 (Very useful, 75 readings)
Today I am writing a review about the Vitamin E SPF14 eye cream by Boots. Shopper's appeal I bought this eye cream at Boots a while ago because I hadn't had any eye cream at all for quite a while. Over here in germany the "in" products at drug stores are a bit different and the trend of using eye cream has not really arrived here yet. But when I was in London and was browsing through Boots, I wanted to try out an eye cream again and chose this one because I quite like their Vitamin E line. Since it wasn't too expensive either, I didn't have to think about buying it for too long and just did it! The tube The eye cream ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/01/11 (Very useful, 113 readings)
I normally use Clinique's All About Eyes, but I left this at my mum's house by accident when I visited, and she lives far away, so unfortunately needed to buy some more eye cream to use until I saw her again. Instead of buying my same eye cream, I thought I'd give something else a try. This eye cream from Boots costs only £2.49 for 15ml which is bargainous compared to the £22 price tag of the Clinique one I use, and it had some really good reviews online so I thought it was worth a try. Especially when I had loads of Boots points to use so effectively got it free anyway! This eye cream comes in a tube, and is quite nice and elegant in design, with ... Read the complete review
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