I picked this mini up at the Whole Foods Piccadilly Get the Gloss event, where I was representing Antipodes Scientific Organic Beauty range. The Nourish Skincare selection was next to Antipodes, so I got chatting to David Watts, CEO of the company who kindly passed me a few samples of the collection to try. I’ve already tried several products from the range, find my write up here.
I had my eye on Nourish Skincare Revital-Eyes Kale Biomimetic Anti-Ageing Eye Cream for a while, so I was very keen to give this little sample a go. I was pleasantly surprised at just how long this sample lasted for – it seemed to never end. And from first impressions, I was pleased with the performance of this product. It seemed to brighten the eye area in just a few applications. I’m not going to say miracles happened, but I would be interested to put this product to long term use for review.
The texture of the product was very light, super-easily absorbed and only a smidge needed to cover the whole eye area. I always like to see the active ingredients near the top of the list, so I was pleased to see kale at number three. Also high up were the peptides featured in the product, fermented ingredients and rosehip seed and argan oil.
This Nourish Skincare Anti-Ageing Eye Cream is said to work against fine lines and dark circles, thanks to vitamin-rich kale, maqui berry and pomegranate enzymes. But the most intriguing part of the ingredients for me are the “Biomimetic peptides” as mentioned in the name of the product. These basically mimic signal chemicals in the skin to encourage the production of collagen and elastin to help improve the health of the skin around the eye.
As I said, I was impressed by my first experience of this product and I have added this to my list of products I want to invest in for further research! Watch this space.