The number of eye creams in my bathroom drawer; the number of eye creams it has taken me to stop, think, and assess that maybe, just maybe, I do have a problem.
I realized the other night that I don't use just one eye cream consistently. Some nights I feel like a little Lauder, other times I feel like a bit of Kiehls, and other nights I'm begging the Lobster to let me try some eye cream on him. I can't remember the last time I was committed to just one eye cream. And I think I've mentioned this before, but I think from all other skin care products out there, eye cream is the easiest product for me to experiment with. I don't have to worry about clogged pores, or breakouts, or oilyness and I still get the satisfaction of playing with fun little jars and bottles.
So here it goes. I am going to use just one eye cream for the next month. And this month, it's going to be N.V.Perricone M.D. Advanced Eye Care Therapy.
I received it as gratis a few weeks ago but only just broke the plastic seal on it. I think I'm already smitten. When I use it at night, I can actually tell a difference in the morning. Less puffiness, diminished dark circles. My only complaint at the moment is that it doesn't have a pretty scent. Perricone is adamant about not using fragrance in his products, but would it really make a difference in the efficacy of the product?