Product description: A revitalizing lift for the delicate areas around the eyes. Oat kernel extract firms and revitalizes while protecting against UVA rays. Extracts of rice & rye have healing and firming properties to reduce puffiness and wrinkles and spirulina nourishes the skin with vitamins and essential fatty acids. 0.5 fl oz.
• oat kernel – firms and stimulates collagen production; revitalizing; protects against UVA rays; anti-inflammatory
• rye – firms and adds elasticity to skin
• rice – softens and heals while helping to prevent wrinkles
• spirulina – nourishes the skin with essential fatty acids and vitamins
• aspen bark – new all-natural preservative; protects against harmful bacteria
Since I missed out on the Black Friday festivities (like I do every year because I am never prepared money-wise) I decided to treat myself to an eye gel. Yay!
My eyes haven’t had much attention pampering wise since sampling and reviewing the Skin Apotheke eye cream so I really think my eyes are in need of a nice surge of wonderful ingredients to help with their pigmentation and puffiness.
So in came John Masters Organics Firming eye gel that I’ve read many reviews on that were for the most part really good so I just had to have it.
I purchased the eye gel via Amazon like I do almost all of my things because I just adore Amazon and I have free 2-3 day shipping on select products for being a Prime member.
The eye gel was $28.99 and shipped free with or without my Prime membership so that was a great thing because shipping costs really turn me off some times. I know some may think 30 bucks on an eye gel may seem sort of steep but a lot of the eye gels and creams on my natural beauty wishlist all run for $60+ so I didn’t mind coughing up the $30 dollars for this eye gel that might prove to be quite a success.
The packaging is pretty blah for my tastes since I am a girl who likes to turn up the glitter and glitz so that was expected. But the bottle is pretty small and petite standing at a mere .5 fl oz, but I am guessing that a little goes a long way because that is usually how it goes concerning an eye gel. You never really need that much anyways.
The eye gel is a clear gel-like consistency and I have only applied one application of it and I can already feel a tightening effect after applying it even though I’ve only applied it once. I can feel it especially in my eye lid area where I experience the most puffiness so things are looking good so far.
I probably won’t experience results for about 4-6 weeks so I will definitely be reporting back to you guys with my results. Wish me luck!
Here are the ingredients: Aloe barbadensis (aloe vera) leaf juice*, rosa damascena (rose) flower water*, secale cereale (rye) seed extract*, crithmum maritimum extract, glycerin*, maltooligosyl glucoside/hydrogenated starch hydrolysate, populus tremuloides (aspen) bark extract, hydrolyzed linseed extract*, avena sativa (oat) kernel extract*, oryza sativa (rice) extract*, spirulina platensis extract*, trehalose, sodium hyaluronate, p-anisic acid, sclerotium gum
Disclosure: The product featured in this post was purchased by me for review and all opinions are 100% my own.