Origins GinZing Refreshing eye cream Review

Origins GinZing Refreshing eye cream
I picked up this little pot of goodness about 6 weeks ago.  I had used up a small sample previous to buying the full size, clearly I fell in love with it.  I bought this for £23 for 15ml.  It’s quite a thick cream and you really only need a small amount.   I think it will last for ages, so it’s good value for money.  As you can see in the picture below, I’ve been using this for 6 weeks and there isn’t that much of a dent in it yet.


Origins GinZing  Refreshing eye cream
I definitely have noticed an improvement in the texture of the skin around my eyes.  Especially when my sample of this ran out and I tested out a few other eye serums and creams, they just didn’t work as well as the Origins eye cream, so that sealed it for me.   This hasn’t irritated my skin, or caused any small bumps under my eyes that I’ve had with other eye creams.


This is what the Origins website says about this eye cream:


“Late night? Long flight? Look tired all the time? Prepare to become one of the perky people! 

Nature’s clinically-proven morning-after eye cream helps to reduce the look of dark circles. Unsightly bags and puffiness seem less visible. And Origins proprietary complex of Caffeine from Coffee bean, Panax Ginseng, Magnolia Extract and natural optic brighteners rapidly wakes up, refreshes and restores radiance to tired eyes.”


I can agree with the above statement.  It definitely brightens the eye area when I use it in the mornings, it also softens any winkles around my eyes.  It’s lovely and hydrating, leaving my skin lovely and soft and noticeably refreshed, just what you need in the morning! I really do enjoy this product and I would recommend picking up a sample to see if this works for you.


Thank you for reading, if you’ve any questions please shout!

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