My dry undereyes may have finally found their perfect partner in Antipodes Kiwi Seed Oil Eye Cream. For anyone who suffers from the same problem, this one is definitely worth trying out.
Antipodes are a natural skincare brand from New Zealand who are much loved on the blogging scene. Their Aura Manuka Honey Mask and Joyful Hand & Body Cream (which just smells incredible) are firm favourites of mine, and the brand regularly features on many bloggers and beauty journalists 'Best of The Year' products lists. For a while, I've been eyeing up (pun most definitely intended!) their Kiwi Seed Oil Eye Cream which has acquired many raves and recommendations, so it was high time I put it to the test to see what all the fuss is about.
Antipodes Kiwi Seed Oil Eye Cream comes in a 30ml glass jar which is a very generous size for an eye cream. The 100% natural ingredients list is short and simple as the eye cream is mainly composed of Avocado Oil, Kiwi Seed Oil, Carrot Oil, Borage Oil, Vinanza Grape Extract and Vitamin E, and is naturally free from parabens, sulphates, silicones and petrochemicals etc. It draws upon the natural ingredients and utilises their key properties to repair damaged skin tissue and increase collagen production by up to 82%.
The cream itself feels very rich, yet is absorbed easily into the skin and feels light and refreshing with no obvious scent or fragrance to it. I love using this in the mornings because it instantly hydrates my notoriously dry undereye area, plumping it up and making it much smoother which in turn creates that perfect base for applying concealer over. This is what I want my eye cream to do! I imagine it would work just as well as a night eye cream too. I'd definitely recommend it to anyone who needs a heavy duty eye cream that will transform even the driest undereyes, and best of all, a tiny amount goes a long way so this jar will last for months and months with even daily use.
Antipdoes Kiwi Seed Oil Eye Cream* (30ml) retails for £25.99 and is available from onlynaturals.co.uk
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