Minus tax this cost £4.58 for 30ml.
I’m just trying as many The Ordinary products I can get my hands on that’s alright for oily skin and not out of stock. So this is a wrinkle free solution. I like it enough cause it is a simple dropper solution. It’s easy to use. It’s not too heavy, but really potent. It’s not the fanciest of eye serum, but it just works. And for the price, you can’t really complain.
This is a 3 set samples. So each satchet is about 2ml. Small, but I find that a little is all you need. The scent is quite nice. Just a tiny hint of rose. It’s just very pleasant to use. I like it. Anyway, this is targeted for dry to normal skin. So it’s more suited to mature skin too as it targets anti aging, focus on lifting and firming. But I just like trying out things. And By Terry is quite an expensive brand in the market. So I just had to.
1. is the serum, an intense recovering concentrate. It’s a really nice gel serum. I really like the texture of this. It feels really nice. And just reminds me of watermelon. Not sure why. After all it’s a sheer purple pink gel. Oh, the scent kind of reminds me of Fresh, but it has that typical high end cream after scent mix in it. It takes a while to sink in. But after about 15 seconds, my skins feel quite smooth. It feels hydrated and even though I know it will get oily in a few hours time.
2. Integral restructuring day cream. As it states as day cream, I only try this in the day. Doesn’t states that it has SPF or something. I just wouldn’t know. The cream is very thick. This will be really good for anyone with dry skin. It’s just so rich. Even though it’s thick, it’s easy to glide across the skin. It feels good on my skin, even though it feels so wrong. I know my skin will get oily maybe in a couple of hours with this.
3. Absolute smoothing eye care. This is so lucurious on my skin. I like it. It’s just rich yet easy to apply. It sinks in fast and feels really good. It is too strong for me right now, but it’s just nice. It dries down fast, so in no time, you can start with your makeup.
I will probably buy the serum and the eye cream. It feels nice on the skin. I like them. But I know I need actual skincare that cater more to oily skin. But if SG has winter, I will buy them.
Eye cream, but tinted. It’s actually quite a light shade. Usually I use like a very tiny amount. So the shade doesn’t really turn up. But this just brighten up my undereye by a bit. I guess it’s a nice eye cream too. But it’s just for the morning. I like it enough for an eye cream. But I do think it’s slightly heavy for me. Cause the more I use this the more that I see milia under my eyes. So it should be this causing it. I guess, this will be good for anyone who need a rich eye cream.
I have no opinion on this cream. It doesn’t help with puffiness or dark undereye. Then again it doesn’t claim that it will. All I know is that this give me the moisture my skin need. Which is not something I really need. But I guess this is nice cause it’s a nozzle. So it will not disperse a lot of product.
The only thing I like about this the cooling metal tear shape applicator. It’s really nice once it touches the skin. It’s metal, thus cooling. Other than that, the serum doesn’t seems to do much for me. I will still wake up with black eyes and puffiness. Granted I always sleep late and wake up early, but I really do want to see a slight improvement. I guess this is more brightening as illuminating is the same meaning? So not a good eye cream for me.
I’ve been using this for awhile. Tiny jars are cute, but when the product get used up, it’s just a pain to use. It’s quite gross dipping your finger in. And it’s hard. The only way I can is using my nail to scoop up the product. Or using Q-tip to dip in.
This is quite a thick cream, but it’s thin when you apply it. Doesn’t help with black and puffy undereyes, but I guess this is more for lifting. So good for older age group. Then again, never too young to apply anti aging. Overall, it’s ok. But I do prefer cooling eye cream that helps to reduce appearances of dark circle.
Tried this sample out. I’m not sure if this falls under eye cream or it’s more of a under eye primer, if there is such a thing. It’s just says that it is a undereye gel that will help to smooth the look of puffins and fine lines. It’s a salmon cream gel like texture. Similar to most primers. It’s really cooling, really nice on. I managed to use the samples twice. The second time, it’s a bit harder to apply as it is a bit dry. Personally I feel it does help with puffiness. It’s cooling, so it helps. But I think I like it more cause it just makes applying concealer so much smoother. Plus this can be worn alone, under or over makeup. So it’s nice. I will probably buy the full size.
Peeling wash, just another facial cleanser that suppose to remove your dead skin cell. I don’t really like it as I feel that it broke my face. There is just something about it that make me not want to use it.
Toner, very normal.
Eye cream, I like it cause it’s small. Pointed tube, so a small amount is disperse each time, which is nice.
Moisturiser, a bit too thick for me. I don’t think it’s good for oily skin. Collagen do sort of tell you is for mature skin, so it won’t be good for oily.
Overall, not really a fan. Except the eye cream, cause it’s eye cream. I don’t see anything wrong with it.
Liked this. I am not sure if this is specially for the am. It just said sos morning eye rescue. But I do apply this at night. It helps with slight puffiness but not with black undereye. But with constant application, I do notice a different. So I guess this does help making the under eyes look better.
This is quite a thick eye cream. I mean it doesn’t look that way, but it feels thick when you use it. It does absorb fairly well so that’s good. Doesn’t really remove black eyes but I do notice that it reduce my puffy eyes. So not bad at all.