Cosmetic Chemist Review, Ingredients: How Does Clinique’s Even Better Eyes Dark Circle Corrector Work?
Clinique‘s Even Better Eyes Dark Circle Corrector ($39.50) is a lightweight, hydrating eye cream that is clinically proven to visibly lighten dark circles by 30% in 12 weeks. Skin-strengthening ingredients make skin less transparent. A cooling massage tip breaks up puffiness. Sheer optics instantly brighten the skin from fair to deep tones. It’s oil-free and ophthalmologist tested.
Some of the beneficial ingredients include: vitamin C (anti-ager); mulberry root (lightens); caffeine, green tea extract, and phytosphingosine (anti-inflammatories), siegesbeckia orientalis extract (helps prevent collagen breakdown); linoleic acid and cholesterol (restores skin’s barrier); whey protein (promotes collagen production).
A Cosmetic Chemist’s Take: Treating dark circles is not an easy feat. No topical skincare treatment is going to completely get rid of them. But this product does contains proven skin lightening ingredients and is backed by strong clinical results that may make dark circles less noticeable. The applicator is pretty unique, too.
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- Ron Robinson, cosmetic chemist and founder of BeautyStat.com
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