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Review: Foxbrim Youthful Radiance Eye Cream

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As I’ve mentioned in the past, I’m starting to notice slight changes to my skin as I’m aging, and as one would expect, the area I’m noticing them most is around my eyes. Including an eye cream or otherwise-targeted eye product has become part of my daily routine. However, I still don’t actually have dry skin, and the problem I seem to run into quite frequently when trying new eye products is that they are incredibly heavy and intense – far, far more than what I personally need.

In that regard, this is a fantastic product. It’s very light – closer to a lotion consistency than a typical cream, and it absorbs quickly. It moisturizes my skin plenty, and it does seem to have a bit of a brightening effect, as it claims. I can’t attest to any real long-term benefits, as I haven’t used it very consistently, but given the light moisturizing quality, I’m sure that it would encourage at least a slight improvement in the skin quality of your eye area.

The one major complaint I have is that it doesn’t sit well under makeup, and since that’s a touted benefit, I think it’s absolutely worth bringing up. I tried a few different concealers over it, and they all caused the product to ball and pill on my skin – one of my all-time greatest beauty pet peeves. If you don’t wear any undereye concealer, then this can definitely work as a daytime product for you, but if you apply anything at all under your eyes during the day, this will strictly be a nighttime eye cream. This is the main reason I haven’t managed to use it consistently…since I tend not to wear much on my face at night (again, I don’t have dry skin, and I also prefer to let it breathe while I sleep), I just haven’t used it a whole lot. If it didn’t have this issue with my makeup, I would have used it daily without hesitation.

For anyone that does consistently use skin care at night or doesn’t wear much makeup, I’d say this is a very nice eye cream for people that don’t need intense hydration. It’s a lovely consistency and – at least instantly – does do what it claims in boosting radiance. I’ll definitely keep using it on days I go makeup-free or nights when my skin is feeling a little dry.

You can purchase the Foxbrim Youthful Radiance Eye Cream at Amazon.I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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