Friday, December 25, 2015

Valentia True Glow Eye Cream

*I received this product free for reviewing purposes. All opinions are 100% my own*

If you were to take a look in my bathroom and count how many eye creams, gels, and serums I have you would probably organize an intervention for me. My point is, I love eye treatments. I love how they feel, how they make the skin around my eyes look, and how they can take me from zombie to hottie in a flash. So I'm always game to try a new eye cream out, and this Valentia True Glow Eye Cream has been on my list of products to try for about 6 months now. I feel like everybody and their mother have blogged about this lately, and now it's my turn I guess.

This is suppose to me a complete all in one sort of eye cream. It fights wrinkles, diminishes dark circles, depuffs the eyes, and hydrates the skin. It comes in your standard glass bottle with a pump that I see all the time and is both made in the USA and Cruelty Free. This should be right up my alley, so how did it actually perform?

It was so middle of the road I actually forgot about writing this post up. It is just...meh. Did it hydrate my skin? Sure, but I've got 3 others that do a much better job. And my Olay eye cream that I use in the mornings ran circles around this one in the dark circle category. That was kind of the name of the game with this product, everything it did I had other eye products that did it better. And there is a LOT of waste when you use it, as you can see in the picture above. That's one pump, and you can't do a half pump with this particular pump, so instead of only using a rice sized about I get enough to cover my whole face every time I used it. In fact, my bottle is about 20% empty and I really haven't used it that much.

All in all this item is a total pass for me, I've got way better products in my beauty arsenal and for $24.99 (with free Prime shipping), I expect a whole lot more than middle of the pack. Have you tried this eye cream? Am I being totally unfair to it? Let me know in the comments what you think.

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