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Product Review: Freeze 24-7 Anti-Aging Eye Serum

Last month I notified you that Freeze 24-7 was having an unbelievable friends and family sale in which everything was half off. Therefore, I couldn't help but get my hands on some of the products that I'd been clamoring to try out. Case in point: the Anti-Aging Eye Serum ($115). I'd heard great things about the serum — mainly that it was like topical Botox — and really, it should be for that price.

The first thing that I noticed was how much product was dispensed with each pump — definitely much more than what is needed for both eyes. Unfortunately when I've tried to pump less I've failed; it's definitely an all-or-nothing affair. Since there's no way to get the excess back into the bottle, I applied half of the serum to each eye. Once applied I noticed a slight tingling sensation. It's not uncomfortable in a Lip Venom type of way, but there's a certain tightening feeling. "Oh, it's working its magic," I thought to myself. What I didn't expect was that the white cream would harden, leaving a slightly dry paste on my face. (You know what it looks like when your skin peels after a bad sunburn? Ugh.) So although it's something that I wouldn't recommend for the day, I use it at night before I go to bed in hopes that it's keeping wrinkles at bay.


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Oldie Oldie 7 years
whoa! Ladies...working on my 2nd bottle, here is what I have learned. If you wind up with residue...you have used too much, just a smidge will do. It has cumulative effect. I tested it on lip wrinkles...oh my goodness, it seem to be working there also, only a two day trial so I'll let you know about that. the squirt bottle sucks!!!! but you can unscrew it and wipe the excess back into the bottle. I use my fingers to apply not a sponge(sponge uses too much). Be sure to rub it in untiil it seems to disappear and definitely wait for it to dry (do your hair or something). I am old, moderately vain, but definitely cheap. I would never buy a product that I wasn't happy with a second time.
fauxmccoy fauxmccoy 7 years
i'm sure glad i bought my one and only bottle of this goo on ebay at a fraction of the bloated price. that way, i could save some cash and get a shot o'da tox which delighted me and eased my irritable scowl syndrome quite nicely.
michlny michlny 7 years
If they can afford to do 50% off - do you know what their mark-up must be. Please. It's a total rip off!
kahribar kahribar 7 years
I am for temp as long as there are noooooo needles!
Beauty Beauty 7 years
I like the original Freeze cream a lot, and that does make my frown lines look less pronounced. But as Aimeeb says, it's temporary. I'm OK with that because I'd prefer a cream to a needle. :) But the eye serum just leaves too much residue for my taste.
emalove emalove 7 years
Ugh, I hate that it leaves a "paste" when it dries. I'll pass.
aimeeb aimeeb 7 years
Renee it doesn't actually do much of anything. As my dermatologist said anything sold over the counter is basically temporary. If you want TRUE results the only way is through something a dermatologist can prescribe. This Freeze stuff just fills in the wrinkles temp, been there and it was a waste.
aimeeb aimeeb 7 years
Renee it doesn't actually do much of anything. As my dermatologist said anything sold over the counter is basically temporary. If you want TRUE results the only way is through something a dermatologist can prescribe. This Freeze stuff just fills in the wrinkles temp, been there and it was a waste.
Renees3 Renees3 7 years
so does it work like it says it does?
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