Review: Youngblood Mineral Cosmetics Eye Impact
Category: $$$$$, Eye Brightener, Eye Treatment, Gluten-Free, Reviews, Skin Care, Vegan, Youngblood Mineral Cosmetics / 4/20/2012Youngblood makes a great eye cream with a noticeable cooling effect: Eye Impact.
- Gentle cooling effect
- Helps calm eye area
- Light enough to wear under makeup
- Improves skin texture
- Avoids many harsh chemicals
- Price may be prohibitive to some buyers
Youngblood's Eye Impact is an gentle eye cream with a nice cooling effect. It seems to provide an effective remedy for puffiness. I love the light texture, which allows it to be used in the morning under eye makeup. If I were to improve this product, I would remove the retinyl palmitate. Also, the $46 price point may be prohibitive to some buyers. However, I would recommend it for those looking for a more natural eye cream with a cooling effect.
Also available on Amazon.com.
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