To work full time and to not get enough sleep means you get bags and your eyes constantly feel tiiiired. And luckily for me I get dark circles and have deep set eyes, so I always look like I've slept 1 hour! So I'm always in need of all the eye products, although I just never buy them! Anyway...I picked this up on a whim as Boots were doing their 3 for 2 offer and I had already found the two things I wanted, so I spotted this and thought great, I need something to make me look awake and something that had a cool end to help me feel more awake.
This little tube is a bit of a life saver. Now, first off I will say I don't know much about good the formula is and I haven't been using it long enough to comment on that. What I will say is that this thing just instantly wakes up my eyes and makes me feel less tired.
Smile, it's Simple. When your skin's happy and fresh faced, you feel healthier and happier too! Simple's Revitalising Eye Roll-On contains a refreshing eye gel formulated with cucumber extract and vitamin goodness to wake up and reduce puffiness and revitalise tired eyes. The innovative roller ball applicator instantly cools and gently massages the delicate eye area. Perfect for even sensitive skin. (source)
My eyes aren't puffy so really I can't comment on this, but my goodness it really does revitalise. The roller ball means that you'd get that cooling sensation instantly, which I guess just shocks your eye area into being awake (much like splashing cold water on your face), and it also just feels SO relaxing. I've always used it on the days that I don't wear foundation, so I'm not too sure if it would interfere, but I would think that you'd just smooth any excess product out around your eyes gently.
If like me your eyes just feel so tired during the day, I'd definitely recommend this for waking you up. Apologies that this is so sort and says nothing about the actual formula, but I thought this was too good not share.Absolutely lifesaver and inexpensive too!
What eye products do you use? Any life saving products I should know about?