CATEGORY: Dark Circles

Aesop Parsley Seed Anti-Oxidant Eye Cream

Teeny bit of a confession to make here, this is shockingly the first Aēsop you’ll have ever seen on Manface and it’s been been a long time coming. Worry not however, over the next few weeks there’ll be quite a few of my new fabulous favourites rearing their little heads as I tell you what you need to know starting with Aēsop Parsley Seed Anti-Oxidant Eye Cream.

Kiko Soft Focus Concealer

Products designed to replicate the cult Yves Saint Laurent’s Touche Éclat aren’t really anything new. Clinique Airbrush, The Body Shop Lightening Touch and Clarins Instant Light Brush On Perfector are just a few but Kiko’s Soft Focus Concealer is the first budget priced highlighting concealer I’ve come across that’s really worth noting.

Crème de la Mer The Eye Concentrate

I’ve felt really run down lately. I think it’s likely to do with the awful weather; lack of sunlight; I probably should be eating a little better during the day if I’m honest and if you follow me on Twitter you’ll see I’ve had the odd bit minor surgery on my foot; needless to say I’ve felt a bit “bleurgh”. Now the first place most people show signs of being run down is around the eyes, great big dark patches under both and boy do I have them. So will a £125 eye cream make a difference?

Indeed Labs Eysilix Instant Eye Rescue

From the powers of Indeed Laboratories comes Eyesilix Instant Rescue, a puffiness reducing, dark circle brightening and wrinkle lifting eye cream, harnessing a formulation composed of 10 peptides to deliver instant and long-term results. The formulation contains 40% active ingredients derived from peptides and natural sources. So what are these peptides all about? Well, firstly they aid in collagen production, as well as strengthen capillaries, increase microcirculation and increase communicability between cells.