An introduction to eye cream in your 20s

Caring for my skin is something I’ve always been relatively informed and further passionate about. In dealing with acne for as long as I have, I’ve come to comprehend the importance of proper skincare, and I’ve actually learned to consider my skin as an investment, meaning I try my best to use good quality products.

While I’m still in my 20s, I don’t think it’s a bad idea to begin practicing preventative measures when it comes to my skin. So, about six months ago, I started using Clinique’s Pep-Start eye cream, and I thought I would offer my review of the product in hopes of helping someone else within my age range who is curious about an eye cream.

When trying to decide on an eye cream to use, I did a bit of research. I recognize the fact I don’t need a heavy duty eye cream just yet, so I wanted to find something appropriate for someone my age. A lot of people online recommended Clinique’s, so I gave it a try.

The nice thing about this product is that it can be worn under makeup without interfering with other product. A little goes a long way, and one use will have your eyes looking significantly less puffy within a few minutes. My first bottle lasted me well over a few months, and for the price, I doubt you’ll find another product that compares.

Eye creams don’t have to be specifically for folks in their 60s. If you’re around my age and are curious about using one yourself, look up Clinique’s via Sephora’s website. It’s a great beginner product, and because it’s so simple to use, it may be a great way to prep ourselves for when we actually do need a heavy duty eye cream in our 60s.


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