Origins Ginzing Eye Cream

As I navigate myself through working full time and blogging I’ve noticed that one thing seems to get knocked further and further down my ‘To Do’ list… sleep.  And with a lack of sleep comes tiredness.  Gone are my Uni days of staying out all night and rocking up to a lecture the day after; bright eyed and bushy tailed.  Now if I don’t get enough sleep my body gives me away – well my eye area does at least.
The Origins GinZing Eye Cream has been my saviour over the last few months.  Designed to help banish dark circles, it uses a complex formula of Caffeine from Coffee Beans, Panax Ginseng, Magnolia Extract and natural optic brighteners to refresh tired eyes and restore radiance to the eye area.  I found this eye cream to be perfect for mornings.  I defiantly look more awake and my bags appear reduced – although let’s not forget that sleep and hydration are the most effective ways to reduce eye bags.  But this has hydration in abundance and really does give the illusion of a better night’s sleep than was actually had.
I got this 15ml tube in a fantastic Origins gift set before Christmas but there is the same amount in it as one of the pots that are sold at the counters.  I use this eye cream every morning, taking a small amount and patting it around my eye.  With eye cream, you shouldn’t be rubbing it directly onto the eye lid or the skin underneath as they’re sensitive areas.  Instead use your brow bone and eye socket as a guide and tap cream in until absorbed.  The skin around the eye will draw in the moisture it needs from there.
A light orange cream, the Origins offering can take a while to work in and I like to let it absorb for a while before I start my makeup.  Don’t worry, the time lost is made up by the results – super smooth, refreshed skin.
I’m definitely thinking of repurchasing this when my tube runs out – or people might be able to tell how tired I actually am!  The Origins GinZing Eye Cream is available from for 15ml.

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