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Full Name of Product: New Youthful Radiance Eye Cream
Type of Product: Face/ Under Eye Cream
Price of Product: $19.50 on Amazon
Where to purchase: You can purchase the product on Amazon HERE
Websites and Social Media: http://www.foxbrim.com/
First impression: I love the little bottle that the product comes in. It has a nice pump which releases a perfect amount of cream for under your eyes. The cream is white (of course) and smooth. It isn’t too thick or too thin. The cream contains Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Aloe, and Green Tea. All great, natural products!
Before: I have dark circles and some puffiness under my eyes. I also have a few fine lines.
After: The cream does not leave a tingling effect like some under eye creams do. I did notice that my eyes became brighter. The dark circles faded and my eyes looked more healthy and bright. The puffiness tamed down some, but not completely. I didn’t notice a difference in my fine lines. This cream IS a moisturizer as well, so it makes you skin feel healthy and smooth.
Final Thoughts: I liked the product. It left my skin feeling soft and looking great! The price is too high in my opinion though.
Price Vs. Quality: I believe that the price is a little steep compared to the .5 fl oz. bottle that you receive.
How I rate the product on a scale of 1 to 5: I give the product a 3
Would I purchase this product for a friend? I would not purchase this product at $20 for a small bottle.
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