Naive Beauty Magneteyes Review

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Naive Beauty Magneteyes ($34 AUD approx. $26.71 USD for pack of 10) A gorgeous moisture-rich eye treatment that’s simple and easy to use! Simply unwrap Magneteyes and place under the eyes (on clean skin) for 30 minutes. The all natural, plant dna (cellulose) and collagen is quickly absorbed into the skin. You’ll notice a fresh, cool sensation as the algae gently targets wrinkles, puffiness and dark circles as it hydrates stressed areas around the eyes.

My Thoughts:

Naive Beauty Magneteyes is an under eye algae mask that helps reduce puffiness, dark circles, and wrinkles around the eyes. You put the under eye mask on for 30 minutes and your puffiness, dark circles, and wrinkles will be reduced. Magneteyes is very easy to use, non-irritating, and relaxing. You can feel the coolness of the algae mask soothe your under eyes immediately up until you remove them. You can use it whenever you want: morning, night, or afternoon. I do have a couple of complaints. The first is the packaging. You really need a firm, strong grip in order to peel back the backing. I feel it was sealed a little too tight. Also, it was difficult to find a place to grab onto and pull. Maybe if there was a tab to grab onto, it would be easier. The second is you have to use it laying down because the serum causes the eye mask to slip. Overall, I really love the Magneteyes. It did everything it claimed to do.

Check out before and after photos!

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Benefit Ooh La Lift Review

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Benefit Ooh La Lift ($22) Legendary under-eye brightening boost…this delicate pink balm is like an instant eyelift! Contains raspberry extracts and light-reflecting pigments to instantly perk up tired eyes.

My Thoughts:

I have under eye circles and was looking for a way to get rid of them or at least disguise. I was hoping Benefit’s Ooh La Lift would do the trick. Sadly, it didn’t. I looked for a difference but couldn’t find one. All I noticed was a pinkish shimmer under my eye. I felt all the shimmer did was bring more attention to my under eye area. If I applied it over makeup, I had a difficult time blending it. It’s expensive for a product that did nothing but draw more attention to the problem.

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