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A Bright Idea For Your Eyes….

By Beautyblogger @crowscupcell

{by} Sasha
A Bright Idea For Your Eyes….

It’s no secret I’m a card-carrying product fanatic (platinum level). I get sucked into the claims of youthful skin, diminished crows’ feet, and a brighter complexion. And I’m as much about the texture of the product as I am about the actual benefits of it (there’s nothing worse than a runny eye cream or a cheap eye shadow that doesn’t have high pigment). I approach a new product much like some people approach dating. First, I size up the product (you know, Google it…do a background check…make a list of its pros and cons). Then I stalk it for a couple of weeks (I’ll do a “drive by” at the beauty counter a few times before committing to the date purchase). Finally, once I’ve concluded the product to be worthy of my dollar, I’ll make my move. But atlas…more often than not, when I try my newly purchased product I’m disappointed (again, very similar to many first dates).

So, when I find a product that really jazzes me, I’m always tempted to shout it from the rooftops. But for safety purposes I’ll settle for writing about it. I am loving Lashem’s 3 in 1 Eye Bright Gel. This golden colored gel not only tightens the area around my eyes (so long crows’ feet) but also brightens the skin, leaving me looking fresh, bright eyed, and bushy tailed. This worthy 3 in 1 Eye Bright Gel contains a patented skin technology called QuSome, which helps this eye gel’s active ingredients really penetrate deep into the skin (that’s the laymen’s explanation for us gals who want the cliff notes version on why the stuff is worthy). Oh, and this eye gel also contains ingredients that combat puffiness and dark circles (hence the name “eye bright gel”).

A Bright Idea For Your Eyes….

And I typically don’t get sucked into sparkly, eye-catching packaging, but this Eye Bright Gel container is pretty enough to leave out on my counter. It’s sleek, silver tube-like container adds a little pretty to my daily fight against crows’ feet. (And what gal doesn’t like a little pretty with her beauty products?)

An eye gel that helps with puffiness, dark circles, and fine lines? What a “bright” idea…

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