Review: Body Merry Age Defense Eye Cream

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I’m in my 30s, and while I don’t like to admit it, I can see signs of aging.  I swear it’s all happened within the 3 years since having my daughter.  I’m not one to spend much time primping at the mirror or worrying about how I look, but to be honest, I still find my appearance surprising.  When did this happen?  I have crows feet.  Not terrible, but … they’re there.  They snuck up on me.  So, I was happy when I was given the opportunity to test and review Body Merry Age Defense Eye Cream.  I received no further compensation for this post.

When I opened the bottle to use it the first time, I was surprised by how quickly and how much came out.  Over subsequent uses, I was more easily able to regulate how much product I received from the bottle at one time.  Additionally, I instantly fell in love with the mild, natural scent of the cream.

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The cream itself appeared thick, but rubbed into the skin looking a bit watery.  Looks are deceiving, as my eyes felt very moisturized and the cream didn’t feel heavy or thick on my skin.  I found this to be a pleasant addition to my morning routine.  While I typically just get up and run to the kiddo’s room to start the day, I found myself making a beeline to my bathroom to apply the eye cream.  It’s currently the one thing I do, everyday, that is making me put “me first”.  Such a simple and pleasing thing to do before focusing on the kid the rest of the day.  And because it’s such a fresh scent, it’s not off-putting or overpowering.

A bit of information about Body Merry’s Age Defense Eye Cream from their Amazon site:

Ingredients
Some of our KEY ingredients are: Peptide Complex + Amino Acid Emulsification + Antioxidants + Hyaluronic Acid + Retinol + Vitamin C (2 types!) + Vitamin E + Vitamin B5 + Aloe + Rose Hip Oil + Jojoba Oil + Coconut Oil + Beeswax + Cranberry + Licorice + Sunflower Oil + Borage Oil + Flaxseed Oil + Evening Primrose Oil + Lavender + Calendula + Chamomile + Witch Hazel + Glycolic Acid + MSM + Cocoa Butter + Cucumber + Green Tea + Bearberry + Blueberry + Oregon Grape + Eyebright + Coenzyme Q10 + Lemon + Lemongrass + Apple + Sugarcane + Grapeseed Oil + Macadamia Nut Oil + Palm Oil + Tamanu Oil + Raspberry Seed Oil + Avocado Oil

Directions
Apply a tiny amount gently around the eyes. Can be used morning and/ or night and under make up. For best results, make sure you clean and completely dry your skin before use. Avoid direct contact with eyes. Product contains tree nut oils. If skin sensitivity occurs or if you suspect an allergic reaction, stop use and consult your doctor. Keep out of reach of children and animals.

I never noticed any irritation.  I was pleased with the product and it has become a routine part of my day.  That’s really saying something since I’ve never had a facial care routine before now.  After about 2 weeks of use, my crows feet were still pretty prominent, but I noticed less under-eye puffiness.  I hadn’t realized how bad the puffiness was until I began to take pictures for this post, so I was glad to see some results once I noticed.  There were no other changes to my day or night either, so I can only think to attribute it to Body Merry eye cream.  A friend of mine recently commented on my appearance, asking if I was feeling better.  Apparently I looked better than I had in a while.  Could it be coincidence?

Body Merry Age Defense Eye Cream Before and After review #ivysvariety

If you’re interested, you can find Body Merry Age Defense Eye Cream on Amazon for about $30.

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