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Clinique All About Eyes

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Clinique All About Eyes: Overview and Product Information

Clinique All About Eyes is an eye care line that was designed to reduce the appearance of eye puffiness and under eye bags caused by a lack of sleep, environmental factors, and aging skin. The products in this line are created and marketed by Clinique, and includes a De-Puffing serum, a cream, a moisturizer and a concealer. The company, which is owned by Estee Lauder, also sells fragrances, SPF protection products, men’s skin care items, and specialty cosmetics. Clinique All About Eyes reviews are available on the Clinique website, if you’d like to do your research before spending your money. However, you should be realistic about your expectations in regards to how well products can affect the signs of aging skin around the eyes, because the cost of Clinique All About Eyes items ranges from $17 to $50 per ounce, which means the ingredients may not be as effective as more expensive alternatives or professional skin care treatments.

Clinique All About Eyes: Overview

The Clinique All About Eyes serum has a rolling ball mechanism is designed so that you can apply the product easily to the skin underneath the eyes, where most puffiness, dark circles, and sagging occurs. These problems can occur either with aging or because of environmental or lifestyle factors because under-eye skin is some of the thinnest on the body and is more prone to puffiness due to water retention and discoloration that’s caused by an increased visibility of the blood vessels in the area.

Clinique eye cream products in the All About Eyes line are also designed to treat all of these problems with a blend of antioxidants and other natural ingredients, but do not have a rolling ball mechanism, like the serum. Instead, the creams can be applied with fingertips or a facial sponge.  Before using the products, keep in mind that Clinique All About Eyes products contain a number of synthetic ingredients that may cause mild irritation to the skin under the eyes, especially if you have experienced sensitivity with cosmetic products before. Therefore, if you’re going to incorporate any Clinique eye cream into your skin care routine, do so gradually to avoid the potential for excessively adverse side effects.

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Clinique All About Eyes Ingredients

The main active ingredients in Clinique All About Eyes are caffeine; grape seed extract, which is an antioxidant; spike moss extract, to promote blood circulation; rosemary extract, to soothe inflammation; and other antioxidants such as pomegranate and tangerine extracts. Most of these ingredients aim to repair damage caused by environmental factors and free radicals, and may help maintain healthy skin longer.

Also, Clinique All About Eyes ingredients like caffeine may provide short term cosmetic effects by reducing inflammation and soothing skin; though any effect it may have on repairing aging skin will be short-lived. As a result, you may have to keep re-applying the product, and if you have sensitive skin, some of the citrus-based ingredients may begin to cause irritation. To avoid this problem, be sure to read the product packaging and follow all recommended application directions so that you do not overuse Clinique All About Eyes.

Clinique All About Eyes Side Effects

While not all users will experience side effects with the use of Clinique All About Eyes, if you have decided to use this product, keep in mind that some users have experienced stinging, itching, and general irritation with its application. When using the product for the first time, monitor the treated skin for at least 24 hours to watch for the development of side effects before you put on a second application. If you do experience any of the above symptoms, discontinue the use of Clinique All About Eyes and contact your dermatologist who may perform an allergy test to see if you have sensitivities to specific ingredients in the treatment.

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