Philosophy Eyes Wide Open

Disclosure: I was sent this product for free. Opinions are my own.

0.5 oz retails for $30 USD or $39 CDN.

I’ve read a few reviews on this before sitting down and writing mine. This particular Philosophy product doesn’t seem to be a huge winner for many people. Fortunately for me I have minimal puffiness and I can see it working on its own. But if you have puffy eyes in the morning when you wake up, I would pair this product with an eye cream.

The consistency of the light weight eye gel is quite watery and easy to squeeze out but didn’t have trouble squeezing too much out. I did like that it spread very easily onto the under eye area so there was no tugging, or massaging into my skin. It just glided on. I also have a very sensitive eye area and it didn’t disturb that area all. I could use this twice a day without any stinging or burning around the eye.

What it is formulated WITHOUT:

– Parabens
– Sulfates
– Synthetic Fragrances
– Synthetic Dyes
– Petrochemicals
– Phthalates
– GMOs
– Triclosan

Suggested Usage:
-Ideal for morning use to help refresh tired, puffy eyes.
-You may also pair it with another eye cream in the evening to help eyes look refreshed when you wake up.

-For external use only.
-Use only as directed.
-Keep away from eyes and mucosa. If contact occurs, rinse well with water.
-If irritation, redness or itching occurs reduce frequency of application. If symptoms persist, discontinue use and consult physician.

Do you use an eye cream?
I use the Bobbi Brown Extra Eye Repair cream daily, and try to use it twice a day (morning/night) it’s so thick and luxurious and keeps my under eye area soo hydrated!

Are you all ready for Christmas?
I sure am! I’m so excited to see everyone’s faces when I give them their presents. I can’t say who for sure I’m excited the MOST about since I don’t want to give ANYTHING away, but I’ll definitely be blogging about it. I also want to pick up a really nice table cloth or table skirt for the kitchen, to festive it up a bit.

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