I must be honest; I don’t usually use eye cream. I just use my serums right up to my lash line, and I’ve never had an issue. But when the new Filorga NCEF-Reverse Eyes landed on my desk, I had to give it a try.
The formula contains very clever microencapsulation technology that allows 50 active ingredients to penetrate various layers of the skin, depositing them exactly where they are needed.
I’m obviously not going to list them all here, but it contains a potent mix of vitamins, amino acids, minerals, co-enzymes and antioxidants to target wrinkles, fine lines, puffiness, dullness, dark circles and slack skin.
Dark circles are address with Aescin, an antioxidant-rich extract of chestnut that helps with microcirculation.
20% caffeine has been added to help drain away excess water that has been retained, causing puffiness.
Dehydrated collagen attracts water from around the dermis to plump up the skin, smoothening out fine lines and wrinkles. This is further helped by a high molecular weight hyaluronic acid to assist with long term skin plumping.
And finally, vitamin C is the radiance-boosting ingredient.
I used the whole pot – I’m not happy about it being in a pot, especially for around the eyes, but it seemed to stay stable over the 4 months it took for me to finish it and I didn’t have any reactions from it.
After the 4 months, my eye area definitely looked firmer, plumper and brighter. I worked far better than other eye creams I’ve used, but for the R1115 price tag, I’m inclined to just stick to Botox. But if you aren’t keen on Botox, then this will help to target the tricky eye area.