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REVIEW: Chambor Hydra Max Eye Renewal Cream

Chambor Hydra Max Eye Renewal Cream Review


Chambor Hydra Max Eye Renewal Cream Review

Guest Post By: Raunak

With all the beauty bloggers and you tube gurus telling us how we can keep our under eye area healthy and TRY to keep wrinkles away is by taaking care of the area from our early 20s on, I have used an eye cream since I turned 21 and plain castor oil even before that age.
I still go back to using castor oil for North Indian winters or break a capsule of Evion 200 or 400 and apply it under and over my eyes and around my nose.
The best what I have found to work for my skin, eye lashes growth and eye brow growth is castor oil but it gets very messy to apply because castor oil is the thickest oil have ever come across.

Coming back to the Hydra Max Cream, It is really a very light and moisturising eye cream. It does its job of keeping the under eye moisturised and to even some extent works on non serious dark circles.
This is the best eye cream, according to me , Price wise and working wise available in the Indian market for ladies in the 20s age group.

From the Website:
Advanced moisture for the delicate skin around the eyes. Revitalizes & repairs the eye contour making it feel instantly firmer.
For all skin types.
Silky Texture that penetrates deeply.
Delicate floral fragrance to soothe the senses.
Dermatologist and clinically tested.
Sensitive skin tested.
Allergy tested.
The Result is : Well hydrated Firm and Radiant skin.

Price of Chambor Eye Cream: 

It costs INR 450/-

Usually we see how the price of eye creams tend to be steep, this however, is one of the most reasonable ones that I own. The tube will last you for over 2 months if you use it everyday. I did not use it continuously for more than 2 weeks as I was trying other creams side by. But in the two weeks I used this cream it showed me enough proof that it works.
My under eye skin felt much more moisturised in the day time after I used it at night, The make up went on more smoothly, The tiny little annoying dry patches or zits( If you can even call them that) which pop up due to lack of moisture were not there anymore.

Whatever Little dark circles I had started fading away.
My skin just felt healthy and bright and I was totally satisfied by spending my money on this night cream.
I like it so much that I may even repurchase.

Not just me Ankita from Corallista also says that this is amongst the better eye creams she has used.
This worked just fine for me as I am normal-oily skinned person.

For very dry under eye skin this may not work else this Under eye cream is a Keeper.

Why should you buy Chambor Hydra Max Eye Renewal Cream?

1. This cream works.
2. The whole range from chambor , The hydra Max range is much raved. I have not tried anything else from this range to say But I will for sure. If you have tried anything else from the Hydra max range please let me know.
3. Cures already existing light dark circles.
4. It Keeps the under eye very moisturised and soft.
5. It is must try.
6. Good prize for the quantity you get.
7. Available easily.

I do not there is any con worth mentioning in this eye renewal cream
10 on 10 from me. Good product:)


  1. wow i have always been intrigued about this range..m definitely trying this eye cream once my current once finishes!

  2. I saw my typos!!haha!!funnyy thing!!!

  3. parita bilkul ji bilkul try karo

  4. oh wow.. i'll keep this in my list... I have such crazy dark circles kab se :(

  5. Would like to try it ! Dark Circle :(


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