Vichy Idealia Eyes Cream | Review

I'm not the kinda girl that does the whole 'shebang' when it come to skincare. I use the basics. Cleanser, Toner and spot treatment. No eye cream or serum in sight. I'd never thought about it either if I'm honest. My under eye area is pretty normal to me. It's never reacted to any products but tends to feel a little dry sometimes and I get under eye circles. 

When I was offered the chance to try out the Vichy Idealia Eyes Cream I couldn't say no and I've been using it pretty much everyday since receiving it. 

Vichy Idealia Eyes Cream

Vichy Idealia Eyes Cream is enriched with a combination of DRM- Bright Complex, Caffeine and Vitamin B3 and also includes instant illuminators and their Thermal Spa Water.

The packaging is a small, pink 'squeezy' tube with a difference. It includes 15ml of product and the difference between this and many other eye creams is the dispenser. It's made of silicone, which makes it completely easy to apply the cream to the contour of my eyes. 

I use Vichy Idelia Eyes Cream mostly in the mornings and the odd time at night. To apply, I put pressure to the end of the tube to release the cream and smooth the silicone applicator under my eyes to massage and help it to sink into the skin.

Vichy Idealia Eyes Cream
Vichy Idealia Eyes Cream

The formula is quite lightweight, yet feels incredibly hydrating and leaves my under eye area feeling much softer and supple. I can see a noticeably big difference, especially when I apply it in the morning. It instantly brightens up my eye area, making me look more awake and glowing which is definitely down to the instant illuminators in the formula. Sometimes I have no need to apply any concealer afterwards as this does the job for me. It completely minimises my dark circles. 

I obviously can't comment on the wrinkle aspect of the Vichy Idealia Eye Cream as I don't have any(yet!) but if you're looking for an eye cream that makes your under eye area feel moisturised and minimises your dark circles then this is definitely worth trying out.

You can purchase it from Escentual for £25, but it's currently been reduced to £21.25.


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