When this shiny appealling looking product dropped through my letterbox I couldn’t wait to try it out!
I really love the sleek shiny mirrored design of the packaging but as I mentioned in my review of the Glamtox Night the white lettering is really hard to read. Obviously you can read the large lettering easily enough but you can forget about the small print.
That aside, what you get for your £35 is a brush applicator, which you click the end of to dispense product into the brush. The product itself is an under eye illumiator and concealer and is apparently full of cooling and moisturising ingredients. I have been unable to find a full list of ingredients.
Actually, this product is lovely, the formula is lovely, it has a lovely consistency and its a great shade for me, it is very pale though, I don’t think it would suit everyone. It also does a great job at brightening the eye area.
It’s not all fun and games though because after just a few days use take a look at my under eye area. It’s not for the faint hearted.
Obviously I can’t swear there’s a connection. All I can say is I’ve never had a spot there before.
I stopped using this product immediately and I’ve not gone back to it, which is a shame since it really seemed nice, but I’m afraid I’m allergic to one of the ingredients perhaps but as previously stated I’ve not been able to find an ingredient list.
Nice product, just not for me.