How bright is this serum? It looks scary doesn’t it? These were my very first impressions. Second was the scent. It was a lovely citrus, orange smell and it doesn’t linger around once the serum is applied. The serum itself isn’t too runny yet it spreads like a dream. Because of the texture, I only need one drop from the pipette which is enough for both eyes. Any more and it’ll probably leave an orange tinge to the area. I use my ring fingers to dab this around the eye as it is a delicate area. It gets absorbed into the skin easily without leaving any residue.
With it’s natural ingredients, free from parabens, sulfates and alcohol, it is meant to tackle dark circles, puffiness and wrinkles. Dark circles are my ultimate down fall and this had helped the eye area brighten up a little bit which I think is due to the colour of the serum as orange does counteract the blues. It isn’t 100% but it is slightly noticeable and feels hydrated. I do still need concealer. Only time can tell to see whether I am able to notice this serum’s full benefits.
I was scared to use this in the morning due to the bright colour so I had applied it at night instead. When I had realised that it didn’t leave an orange colour, I knew it would be great to use during the day too. The pipet is a great idea as I can easily control the amount I need. This bottle will last me ages. This isn’t a hit and miss product; I like it but I don’t love it yet.
What’s a great eye cream you’ve used?
哈喽！Nicol is a China based British blogger with a goal to visit all provinces in China, using this blog to document the good, the bad and the ugly of anything and everything. Currently visited 32/34.