Despite my continued use of sunscreen I always find once summer is over and I’m not in the sun everyday I need a pick me up for my skin. Now that I am in my late 30s I am more conscious of finding a good eye cream with anti-aging components. I started using VIIcode eye cream and am loving the results.
So to start, I always used an eye cream but it was more to add moisture and hydration. I am starting to see puffiness and lines forming though so I knew it was time to start using something with more power to kick the the aging process to the curb. I mean clearly we can’t fight aging but we can certainly slow it down.
VIIcode T2 Oxygen eye cream adds instant moisture and reduces the look of fine lines and wrinkles. Just what I was looking for. I also love how well it absorbs into my skin without clogging or feeling greasy.
What sets VIIcode apart is their “exclusive ‘T2’stone mortar extraction process.” This process stimulates the healing and regeneration of damaged skin cells that are by the eye area. It also protects the eye area and fades the first signs of aging with continued use.
Ingredients include elderberries which are a rich antioxidant, jojoba oil which is another antioxidant that helps firm, hydrate and reduces wrinkles in the skin and evening primrose that helps boost blood circulation and also helps to reduce the appearance of wrinkles.
I love the simplicity of this eye cream. You can apply morning and night and it can be worn under makeup as well. Daytime use will help protect your eye area from UV rays and pollution and use it at night to help repair skin cells. Just so lightweight but gets the job done!
For luxury skincare that really packs a punch with it’s anti-aging benefits I highly recommend trying VIIcode T2 Oxygen eye cream. You can save $5 off your purchase with code Tammy. My eyes are looking and feeling much more rested these days. And the scent? Such a pick me up!
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