Garnier creates BB Eye Miracle Skin Perfector, the first BB created especially for the eye area to correct dark circles and puffiness in one simple step.
BB Eye’s unique formulation features two key ingredients – Haloxyl, known for its ability to treat under-eye bags and dark circles, and mineral pigments, which even out skin tone.
Equipped with an ultra fresh roller ball that was created to give the right amount of formula and to gently message this delicate skin area, BB Eye delivers 5 effects in one step:
- Reduces under-eye bags and dark circles
- Erases signs of fatigue
- Smoothes fine lines
- Brightens the eye contour
- Moisturizes 24 hour
Available at drugstores and mass retailers across Canada since July 16, 2014
These days, my favourite application for applying eye cream is the metal roller ball. The metal stay cools and it feels wonderful when I apply it under the eyes. I wish I could roll it over my whole face but didn’t want to waste it. The sensation is relaxing and calming to the face. I have a faint shadow under my eyes so I could see that in a few years I will have dark circles. It is hard to get a full good night sleep so in the morning my eyes would be puffy so applying something cool like the metal roller would help the puffiness. After I apply it on, I still need a brush to blend it into my skin. Afterward I will apply my usually BB cream on top of my face including underneath my eyes. The BB cream is still a light to medium coverage so you may want to apply some concealer or not. I usually apply eye cream underneath my BB cream so now I use this BB eye cream instead.
Garnier would like to offer one of my readers to win a BB Eye Miracle Skin Perfector.
This giveaway will run from September 8th to October 6th, 2014 (midnight EST). Winner, You have 72 hours to reply. You must be 18+ Open to Canadians only Good Luck!
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*Disclosure - The product in this review was provided to me free of cost for the purpose of conducting this review. All opinions expressed in this review are my own and are not influenced by monetary compensation.