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Clarins Eye Contour Balm

What it is:A targeted balm that smooths away the look of wrinkles, lines, and dark circles. What it is formulated to do:It's every woman's "eye want"! This soothing balm instantly de-ages, decongests, and de-puffs while helping to protect the vulnerable skin around eyes from future damage. It's the way to go for skin just starting to show signs of aging. This product prepares skin for perfect eye make-up application and long-lasting wear. What else you need to know:Chicory reduces puffiness, dark circles and lines. Shea butter softens and hydrates. Rose water soothes, relaxes and refreshes. This product is allergy-tested and non-comedogenic.
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Is this best for firming & wrinkles?
I have been searching for an eye cream, serum, etc... that will diminish fine lines & improve elasticity for my entire eye area. I'm confused and overwhelmed with the number of products on the market, consumer reviews, etc... Countless hours have been wasted not to mention the money wasted on products that didn't work.

If this isn't the best product for my needs, would you provide me with some recommendations that you think may work for me so I can hopefully end my search?

Thank you in advance for your time and help regarding the above. It is greatly appreciated.
asked 6 years, 9 months ago
on Eye Contour Balm
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answered 4 years, 5 months ago
answer 2
I'm right there with you. I probably spend a small fortune each year trying different eye creams and would probably benefit from just staying with the same one for more than a couple months. The constant new products we are bombarded with get overwhelming and make it seem as if every new eye cream is "it." Right now I'm using Bliss -Youth as we know it and love the entire line. I can't say it's the best or even form an opinion as it's only been a month or so but I like Bliss products A LOT.
answered 5 years, 9 months ago
(Orlando, FL)
answer 3
In this price range - yes. And it's better than lot of more expensive products, like Guerlain, Carita, Shiseido, Sisley, Phytomer and some others I've tried. It has benefits of natural ingridients like in L'Occitane cosmetics, but is more "complex", not having just shea butter in it.
Yes, this will firm the skin around the eyes, and it will soften it, so new wrinkles will not appear. What's important is that Eye Contour Balm calms down the skin, because all the makeup and polution really iritate sensitive eye area, and we know that makes big step towards new wrinkles and deepening old ones. In my opinion - yes, this is the best product, because it's not agressive so it doesn't give you "quick results along with quick iritations" + absorbs quickly + after months of use - skin is not "oversaturated" with agressive ingridients so it doesn't start to look dull or shiny.
answered 6 years, 1 month ago
answer 4
I don't feel that this is a good solution for wrinkles & firming. I think it is more of a basic & lightweight solution. I do like Hylexin for firming, dark circles, puffiness. Hylexin is no the most moisturising though, so you may need to use a 2nd product with it if your skin is dy. Of the products Sephora currently carries, the Dior & Chanel eye cremes are very moisturising.
answered 6 years, 5 months ago
(Boston, MA)
Good for eye cream beginners?
So I am about to turn 20 and of course I'm having a bit of a mini freak out over this and I am not ready to invest in loads of anti aging products or anything but since prevention is easier than erasing wrinkles I was told it is good to start early on. My actual problem with my undereyes is that they are dry and tight but there are so many products out there that I am confused. This says that it is lightweight so I am wondering if this is a good way to ease into it? Any other recommendations would be welcome.
asked 3 years, 8 months ago
(Brooklyn, NY)
on Eye Contour Balm
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I believe it would be perfect for you because you are young and are not trying to correct but and are just looking for moisture. It's a good starting cream.
answered 2 years, 4 months ago
(Laredo, TX)
answer 2
I think this is perfect for your age group. It's light but hydrating patted on and sits well under makeup. I haven't noticed any improvement in lines/wrinkles/dark circles however mine are minimal. I'm about to turn 24 and about to switch to something a little more nourishing. I have been using it for over a year and it really is a pleasure to use. Soothing and doesn't sting eyes.
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
(Melbourne Australia)
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