Edward Bess Essential Eye Cream 0.5 oz

Edward Bess Essential Eye Cream 0.5 oz
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This Edward Bess Essential Eye Cream starts its life as a classic antiaging serum and is whipped to perfection for an airy texture. This innovative formula is applied on the skin's surface as a serum with the targeted application of an eye cream. Special light-diffusing technology optically enhances the delicate under-eye area by imparting an illuminating veil to help reduce the look of darkness. Look well-rested and brightened in an instant.

How do I use it: Apply to the under-eye area during the day and at night.

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  • 0.5-oz Essential Eye Cream

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Edward Bess Essential Eye Cream 0.5 oz is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good, But Nothing Exceptional I love most of what Edward brings to us as nearly everything is as good as he claims it will be. This cream is not an exception to that rule, but I do have to be honest that after using it for about three days both morning and evening I have to say it is nothing very special! Sorry Edward. It has a very light, whipped texture, it sinks in very quickly and is not sticky or greasy at all. So in that respect it is a good product. However I am not seeing any dramatic change or visible benefits as promised. It is an extremely good moisturizer and kept my skin soft all day. It performs well under eye make-up and feels very nice. I will continue to use it and hope it may start to work a little magic soon. I would not recommend it as a gift, (too personal) and will not purchase again. I have been very happy with an eye product I have been using for just over two years now, from Doctor Denese, see below. This truly is an exceptional product, and I will go back to it once I have finished this little pot of cream from Edward.
Date published: 2017-04-06
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