Clinique All About Eyes Rich Review
Clinique’s All About Eyes under eye cream for dark circles has earned several best eye cream awards from Glamour and Allure, and for good reason. For a good price, this product does reduce the dark color under eyes and has many raving that it’s one of the
All About Eyes vs. All About Eyes Rich
Clinique makes two under eye cream for dark circles products with the All About Eyes name. The regular cream is more lightweight. The Rich cream is thicker and a bit greasier.
I tried the All About Eyes Rich cream first and I could definitely tell it was doing something. For the first few days I would feel puffiness under my eyes, but no actually irritation. Over a week or so of regular use, this feeling disappeared completely. I did have a noticeable difference in the dark circles under my eyes being reduced and it did plump up the area under my eyes. I would say I got the results as advertised on the product. These positive benefits worked best if I followed the instructions and used it twice a day.
I’ve also tried the regular All About Eyes product and it does not work as well for me. It’s not as thick and I don’t notice such a dramatic difference as I do with the Rich cream product. So my vote is definitely for the All About Eyes Rich as being one of the best under eye creams for dark circles and a product worth trying to reduce under eye dark circles.
How To Use All About Eyes Rich
Per the instructions you want to apply this cream to the eye area, in particular where you have dark circles twice a day, preferably in the morning before you put on your make up and before bed. It is a great first step when applying make up to get rid of and cover under eye circles as it reduces the dark circles and gives a good base to apply a under eye concealer, such as Clinique’s All About Eyes Concealer.
This is a mid-priced product that you can get for under $60. Although it is a small jar, it will last longer than you think as you don’t need to apply it thickly to see the positive benefits.
Written by Jennifer L. Tuso
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