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Fab Finding Follow Up: A New Eye Cream

Last week I ranted and raved - not in a good way - about my current eye cream situation. I asked you all for your beauty advice and to help me Fab Find a new one. You all seemed very excited for this beauty challenge and this was one of the reasons we created Beauty Marks. The culprit was this Chella Intensive Formula Eye Crema, that was way too expensive ($100) for what it turned out to be.

To see all the finds click here. And the winner is...Clinique eye cream! I decided to go with a classic to prevent any disappointment. To learn what a Fab Find is and how to make one, click here.

Thanks for your help everyone!

Eye Cream #1, found by RCLdesigngirl, was mentioned by two of you and is made by such a classic cosmetic brand. The Clinique Advanced Stop Signs Eye SPF 15, is $32.50 and I can't wait to try it! Here's what RCLdesigngirl had to say about it: It moisturizes without feeling sticky, it doesn't form a film on the surface of your skin, and it does what it says!

Two more, so

Eye Cream #2, found by Moni B, is the Burt's Bees Repair Serum, $20. Two of you had mentioned this one so I may try this one too!

Eye Cream #3, found by WhiplashGirlchild, is the Philosophy Eye Believe, $30, which sold me when she stated it: disappears on contact (no more gunkie mess!).

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quietriott quietriott 10 years
i love bobbi brown's eye cream -- silky texture and nice consistency that goes on smooth and helps make eye/undereye makeup application easier. the same line also has a new on-the-go concealer kit with a corrector, concealer and powder all in one tiny case. perfect for touchups (and considering i am only 22 and have ridiculous dark circles and bags, a necessity).
snowysakurasky snowysakurasky 10 years
Nice.. Great topic, I have bags which i have to cover daily with concealer so am very happy to have this info! I liked the shiseido uv white eyecream, now called white lucent, but its not that cheap and i was hoping find something good for less...(i value beauty as much as the next chick but, as a POOR student, I wonder if a high price tag really makes an eyecream better?) So I am now using vichy reti-c eye, cuz a sales girl recomended it but I will not buy it again, as it seems to do nothing... So I am really hoping the clinique one is a bit cheaper than shiseido, and so happy that it 'does what it says' & im gonna buy it next spring when there's a gift w/ purchase--yay! oh yeah i tried a tester of burts bees and it was a bit oily, which is fine, but probably won't work under my sun block.. maybe i'll get it for night though now that u girls say its a good one & gonna check if mario ships his free booty to Canada~~
ash_marisa ash_marisa 10 years
You could also try Mario Badescu Hydrating Eye Cream..if you go to their website and fill out a skin consultation, they will send you a package of enough FREE samples to try the products for two weeks. Its a really great product, too bad their only store is in NYC (but Nordstroms carries the products as well. I heard about this brand from alot of the fashion mags.
purplesugar purplesugar 10 years
my current tube is running out, its Arbonne and I don't feel like ordering any more, so I might have to try one of these...
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