Biotherm Skin.Ergetic Eyes
This cream is designed for removing signs of fatigue around the eyes. I liked it immediately because it’s very light in texture and provides great hydration. That’s pretty enough for my satisfaction when it comes to eye creams. It is lightly toned, but does not have the covering power.
Biotherm claims that Skin.Ergetic cream reduces puffiness, wrinkles, under eye bags, dark circles, that it firms the skin, helps detoxify the skin and, generally, provides a more rested look.
That is a lot of statements… Unfortunately, I have not seen any changes on my skin. Although I had high expectations, I did not expect a miracle. It takes years to create skin problems, so they are unlikely to disappear with only 15 ml (0.5 fl. oz.) of product. So, that amount of product did not provide any visible improvements.
Price: £24.00 | $31.00
Biotherm Skin Vivo Eyes
The complete Skin Vivo line has been very appealing to me, ever since it got out. Biotherm promises a 10 years younger look. Not that I expect it, nor do I need to look 10 years younger; I’d just like that my current look stays the same as long as possible.
Therefore, Skin Vivo Eyes is reversible anti-aging cream. Its task is to deactivate aging and visibly rejuvenate the skin in the form of restoring youthful radiance and reducing wrinkles.
It has gel texture and looks like some serum and that I immediately liked. As far as results, I noticed that provides some dose of luminosity. I have no problem with wrinkles around the eyes, so I do not know whether removes them, but I certainly like to think that it slows down their formation.
Price: £31.50 | $42.00
Have you tried any of these creams? What eye creams would you recommend?