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Review: The INKEY List Caffeine Eye Cream

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The INKEY Caffeine Eye Cream
The INKEY Caffeine Eye Cream

I’ve been using this eye cream for a month. I think it’s time for a review. 🙂 More about this eye cream first…

About The INKEY List Caffeine Eye Cream:

Review:

This eye cream feels lightweight on the skin. It’s soft and gentle. It blends into the eye area very well. I haven’t had any issues with application. I used it in the morning and at night. It’s moisturizing. Not drying. I honestly haven’t noticed a reduction in fine lines or wrinkles. I also haven’t noticed if the eye cream helped with eye puffiness either. I think this eye cream is just good at moisturizing. That’s not entirely a bad thing. It’s just that, it is advertised as an eye cream that will help reduce fine lines, wrinkles, and puffiness + being hydrating. Even though I love how it doesn’t dry my eye area out, I know that I want more out of my eye cream. After this experience, I’m not planning on purchasing this eye cream again. It’s a pretty basic eye cream. On to something new…

Reviews on other eye care products:

Updated Review: Eva Naturals Youth Restoring Eye Gel

1 Month Results: Andalou Naturals Luminous Eye Serum

1 Month Results: Andalou Naturals 1000 Roses Eye Revive Contour Gel

Review: Acure Radically Rejuvenating Eye Cream (New review coming soon…)

Review: Cos De BAHA Niacinamide Facial Toner

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Cos De BAHA Niacinamide Facial Toner
Cos De BAHA Niacinamide Facial Toner

I decided to try out another facial toner from Cos De BAHA. It’s the Niacinamide Facial Toner. Like the Cos De BAHA MA Peptide Toner, I’ve been using it for the same amount of time (2+ weeks).

About Cos De BAHA Niacinamide Facial Toner:

Review:

This facial toner is more watery compared to the MA Peptide Facial Toner. I’m comparing the two (even though the purpose of each facial toner are different according to the product claims) because they’re from the same brand. So, if you’re contemplating which one is right for you, I hope this review helps! Just like the MA Peptide Facial Toner, I don’t use a cotten pad. I dispense a proper amount of product into my palm and pat it into my skin. It absorbs pretty well. It leaves my skin feeling refreshed. If you have wounds or open sores on your face (ex. acne), be very careful using this toner. It may cause irritation. As for the results after 2+ weeks of using it, it hasn’t minimized my pores, helped with acne/breakouts, reduce hyperpigmentation/dark spots/scars, or premature aging. This facial toner isn’t moisturizing either. It simply just sinks into the skin. It didn’t leave my skin feeling moisturized. So, in saying that (as someone with acne-prone skin), I prefer the MA Peptide Facial Toner over the Niacinamide Facial Toner. And, I don’t really need a niacinamide toner in my skin care routine. A lot of my skin care products contain niacinamide already. I even use a serum with a higher percentage of niacinamide. I don’t think 5% has much of an effect on my skin. It was nice to try out the Niacinamide Facial Toner though, but I won’t repurchase after this.

Reviews on Cos De BAHA skin care products:

Review: Cos De BAHA Vitamin C 15 Serum

Review: Cos De BAHA Niacinamide 10 Serum

Review: Cos De BAHA Arbutin Niacinamide Serum

Review: Cos De BAHA MA Peptide Serum

Review: Cos De BAHA Galactomyces 94 Serum

Cos De BAHA Retinol 2.5 Serum

Review: Cos De BAHA Hyaluronic Acid Serum

Review: Cos De BAHA Azelaic Acid 10 Serum

Review: Cos De BAHA MA Peptide Cream

Review: Cos De BAHA MA Peptide Facial Toner

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