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REVIEW: The Body Shop Nutriganics Smoothing Eye Cream





The Body Shop Nutriganics Smoothing Eye Cream - Review
The Body Shop Nutriganics Smoothing Eye Cream - Review

 

REVIEW: The Body Shop Nutriganics Smoothing Eye Cream


As I sit at my desk typing out this post, I am mentally also making a list of things I need to get myself on my next Grocery Shopping trip... And the only thing that is continuously popping ting into my head is this yummy tasting bits of mango jelly (aam papad) rolled in sweet and sour anaar-daana powder... Raise hands if you love it as much as I do :)






So, coming back to the point of discussion here, the smoothing eye cream, I got this eye cream cause I had started noticing fine lines around my eyes and it scared me! I was earlier using The Body Shop Vitamin E Eye Cream and since it turned out to be a dud, I turned towards this...




Price of The Body Shop Nutriganics Smoothing Eye Cream

It costs INR 1695/-


Now, I don't know how much is an eye cream supposed to work but where I am concerned, an eye cream is a keeper if it visibly reduces fine lines from around the eyes and on this account this eye cream from TBS also fails...

Texture wise its light and creamy. The cream doesn't get absorbed instantly and one needs to massage it for a while longer for it to be completely absorbed. It doesn't cause any burning or rashes or any such negative side effects.

Recommendation:
I wouldn't quite recommend this eye cream since it did not really work for me.

Comments

  1. The quality and the price of the product are............... :(:(

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  2. TBS eye creams are such a disappointment :( I am currently trying out the just herbs under eye gel, have to wait and see whether it has any effects

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