Garnier Nutritioniste Ultra-Lift Anti-Wrinkle Firming Eye Cream (15 ml).
Today I am going to review Garnier Nutritioniste Ultra-Lift Anti-Wrinkle Firming Eye Cream specially formulated to continuously deliver a powerful wrinkle repair action. I bought this at Walgreen’s. It’s widely available in most of the drug stores and grocery stores.
I have tried different eye gels/creams to maintain a smooth skin around my eyes. The one I’ve been using (Loreal eye defense) is great, but I had always heard about this product so much that one day I just picked it up to give it a try. I have tried it for a couple of weeks now and I think I can give it a fair review.
Tough on wrinkles, gentle on skin.
With Pro-Retinol from nature, this anti-wrinkle firming eye cream works in the eye are to firm wrinkles and fine lines without harsh side effects.
Is it right for me?
Over time, skin loses its ability to retain essential nutrients, collagen begins to break down, wrinkles and loss of firmness occur. Ultra-Lift Anti-Wrinkle Firming Eye Cream combines Pro-Retinol from nature with other skin-essential nutrients to visibly lift crow’s feet and other eye wrinkles. Ophthalmologist tested for safety.
- Non-comedogenic-won’t clog pores
- Gentle to skin
- Allergy tested
Direction for use:
Gently dab Ultra-Lift Anti-Wrinkle Firming Eye Cream every morning and night under eyes, around outer corners, and over eyelids.
How do I use Ultra-Lift products together?
After cleansing, use Ultra-Lift Anti-Wrinkle Firming Moisturizer SPF 15 as your daily moisturizer. After, dab Ultra-Lift Anti-Wrinkle Firming Eye cream around the delicate eye area, morning and night. For advanced care, incorporate into your routine:
Ultra-Lift Anti-Wrinkle Firming Moisturizer SPF 15 Ultra-Lift Anti-Wrinkle Firming Night Cream.
The box and bottle come with an expiry date. As with any such product, once you open, it’s better to use within 2-3 months.
$14.99. Check out for sales and discounts. Sometimes the price goes down by couple of dollars.
Comes in a bottle.
Water, Butylene Glycol, Glycerin, Dimethicone, Isopropyl Palmitate, Cetearyl Alcohol, Isopropyl Lauroyl Sarcosinate, Alumina, Ammonium Polyacryldimethyltauramide/Ammonium Polyacryloyldimethyl Taurate, Ascorbyl Glucoside, Butyrospermum Parkii ButterShea, Caffeine, Capryloyl Salicylic Acid, Chlorhexidine Digluconate, Chlorphenesin, Cl 77891Titanium Dioxide, Dimethicone/Vinyl Dimethicone Crosspolymer, Dimethiconol, Disodium EDTA, Glyceryl Stearate, Hydrolyzed Rice Protein, Isopropyl Titanium Triisostearate, Methylparaben, Mica, Palmitic Acid, PEG-100 Stearate, PEG/PPG/Polybutylene Glycol-8/5/3 Glycerin, Phenoxyethanol, Retinyl Linoleate, Sodium Hydroxide, Sodium Polyacrylate, Stearic Acid, Zea Mays StarchCorn Starch
Pros of Garnier Nutritioniste Ultra-Lift Anti-Wrinkle Firming Eye Cream:
- It improves the appearance of eyes
- Caused no allergies
- It has no perfume.
Cons of Garnier Nutritioniste Ultra-Lift Anti-Wrinkle Firming Eye Cream:
- It leaves some white streaks after you apply because it does not fully get absorbed into the skin.
My Experience with Garnier Nutritioniste Ultra-Lift Anti-Wrinkle Firming Eye Cream:
I applied the cream twice daily as recommended- once in the morning and once at bed time. Since it comes in a bottle and not a tube, dip a clean, dry finger, and dab just a little around your eyes. It leaves some white streaks after you apply because it doesn’t fully get absorbed into the skin. Make sure you remove the excess gently with a clean cloth/napkin, or it will show once you step out in the sun. I didn’t notice any allergic reaction. I noticed some improvement, but I was tempted to go back to my previous eye cream because of the white streaks. It’s not too pricey but expensive enough to throw away. I continued using it to finish it. Would I buy another one?- I’m not too sure. I am planning to go back to my previous cream. This will also help me to compare both the products again and decide which one to stick with.
Would I recommend this product:
Maybe. You could give it a try to see if it suits your skin. Different products work differently for different people.