Clinique Repairwear Laser Focus Wrinkle Correcting Eye Cream. Really?

Clinique Repairwear Laser Focus Wrinkle Correcting Eye Cream is a mouthful and I’m lazy. Let’s just call it Laser Focus for eyes. I bought this more than 2 months back, and have been using it every day and night ever since I ran out of my ANREye. That would mean I’ve been using it for about 6 weeks. Does it really correct wrinkles?

 

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The eye cream comes in a light plastic tub that looks pretty neat, with its silver lining packages 😉 The cream has a thicker consistency than ANREye since the latter is a gel serum, but the cream absorbs really well without leaving a film of grease on my eye area. Instead of massaging the cream into my eye area, I prefer dabbing it on, and patting it in. That way, the skin around the orbital area isn’t pulled or tugged in any way. There are some fine lines at the under eye area, near my eyes, and I blame it on my habit of rubbing my eyes. It’s not really visible unless you come up really close. I thank my mother for starting me young. I started using eye creams at the age of 25, and while I skip it once in a while, I’ve been using it diligently since I hit 30. Eye creams do work, if you use it consistently for a long time 😛

 

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This cream proudly says that lines are less visible in 14 days. Well, it’s past 2 weeks, and I’m nearly into my 3rd month of using this. While I don’t have a huge concern over this problem, the minor lines I mentioned earlier are still there, just as before. However, I find that I wake up to less puffy eyes, and my dark circles (while still visible) are not as bad anymore. Paris B of My Women Stuff has the same experience of less puffy eyes. This is my first Clinique eye cream, and it’s been pretty alright so far. The texture is lightweight just as I like it, absorbs quickly without leaving any residue, reduces puffiness and dark circles, but I can’t vouch for the 14-day line reducing claim.

 

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This Laser Focus eye cream sells for RM170, which is RM30 cheaper than Estee Lauder ANREye. If you were curious, I’d tell you that I don’t mind using this in place of my ANREye which says quite a bit about my product loyalty (HAHA!). However, when I’m done with this tub, I have a feeling I will try another. I’m already half way through, so it won’t be long until I’m looking for a new one. I’m always curious to try other brands, and isn’t it better for you to get another review? Excuses, I know. Haha!

Do you use eye creams? What are you using now?

 

xoxo Lily