I’m back with another review from luxury skincare brand Eisenberg Paris. I recently wrote about their Anti Stress Treatment which I was a big fan of. Eisenberg wasn’t a brand I was even familiar with until recently, their products however, are very much on the more expensive side. Today, I’m looking at the Soin Sublimateur Eye Cream* which retails exclusively in the UK on the Notino.co.uk for £98.50.
I’m not going to lie, I rarely include an eye cream in my skincare routine. I’ve not found it a priority although the dark circles underneath my eyes are becoming more prominent. Obviously £98.50 is a lot of money to spend if an eye cream isn’t something you are too interested in. I’m going to share whether I think it’s worth the splurge.
Once again, the product comes in a sleek metallic bottle. The website says that this product is to be applied every morning and/or evening for maximum results. I’ve only been using this as part of my evening skincare routine as I get ready for bed. Although, I have read online that this cream makes a really good base for applying make-up around the eye area. The cream features innovative ingredients to target wrinkles, dark circles and help with anti-aging.
On application the cream which is actually more like a gel was refreshing on the skin. I’ve been using this cream for around three weeks now and I’ve noticed that my skin around the eyes is slightly tighter. I wouldn’t say it’s worked absolute wonders on my dark circles but I have noticed a little difference. I’m hoping that if I keep using the eye cream daily and also on a morning the results may improve. I’m going to keep you guys in the loop on Instagram Stories with this. I think if my dark circles do continue to diminish that this product would be worth the hefty price tag.
Would you spent nearly £100 on an eye cream? Have you heard of Eisenberg Skincare before?
Any items marked with an (*) have been gifted from a company, PR sample or paid for with a gift voucher. All opinions are my own and honest. Do not use content/photographs without my permission or credit.