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Eye creams are such an essential part to skincare, but it can be so difficult to find one that works! In my September Ulta Haul, I decided to pick up this new Neutrogena eye cream. I was running low on my Olay Total Effects Eye Cream, and I was looking for something a little lighter to use during the day!
The Hydro Boost line from Neutrogena comes in bright blue packaging! It’s a very clean look, and really catches the eye. This eye cream is in a tube, which I love! It’s completely sanitary, and you’re not dipping your finger into a jar. It’s also really easy to get the perfect amount. You’re able to grab just the right amount to apply!
The consistency of the gel-cream is definitely a little different than some eye creams. I’d say it feels more like a gel, and sinks into the skin very quickly. However, I find that it hydrates well! I’d say the hydration is perfect for during the day. It’s not too thick to be under makeup, but it’s hydrating enough where you’re eye area gets a boost of moisture. Unfortunately, I wouldn’t use this at night, as it’s just not hydrating enough. I like a much thicker eye cream, that’s going to add a lot of moisture to the delicate eye area!
If you’re looking for a new eye cream for during the day, I would definitely recommend this one! It sinks into the skin quickly, and leaves the area feeling soft and hydrated. It works great under makeup, and never feels to heavy! However, if you’re looking or an eye cream for the evening, I would pass on this!
Have you tried the Neutrogena Hydro Boost Gel-Cream? What are some of your favorite eye creams? Let me know in the comments below! 😊
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