Tired eyes can add years to your face, and absolutely no one wants that! If you’ve ever heard those dreaded the words, “Are you okay? You look tired,” muttered to you, then you understand just how important it is to combat undereye circles and fatigue.
When you’re in your twenties, every woman should be including an eye cream in her daily skincare routine for hydration, but once you hit your thirties and forties, it’s important to switch to an anti-aging eye cream.
For a fast-acting eye cream, the new Youth Dose Eye Treatment by Kiehl’s should be on your radar. It instantly smooths and brightens your under eye area, while reducing the appearance of fine lines, puffiness, and dark circles. And the best part is, it works in as little as two weeks!
The illuminating formula acts as a primer for concealer or can be worn on its own to brighten your eyes. The multi-benefit eye cream contains pro-retinol, red grape seed extract, and vitamin C, for powerful anti-aging benefits.
In a 4-week study on 51 women from the ages of 30 to 55, 75% said the Youth Dose Eye Treatment helped them achieve the "no makeup" look easier, due to more youthful-looking eyes.
“I got this as a sample and noticed change almost immediately - it really helped the little fine lines around my orbital bone. It’s super lightweight to put on. I don’t really wear face makeup so I can’t speak to application re makeup but goes on like a primer!”
“I love Kiehls products and I just finished my Kiehls midnight eye concentrate and saw this and thought why not? Especially w 20% off, I just used it today and obv I can't say what it's gonna do long haul but I put it on hours ago and my under eyes feel hydrated and plump, that's what I need and I'm trying to prevent those crows feet. It also has a peachy tint for using like a concealer primer or so the box says, I always forget to use my eye creams before concealer hopefully not this go around!”
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