Clarins Multi-Active Eye – A little magic for the eyes

Multi-Active Eye Cream

I’m a busy mum of three, most nights one of the girls wakes me up (at least once, if not more), and the early morning rushing around leaves me feeling (and looking) like a tired mess! The bags under my eyes are so big, they look like they’re ready for a long-haul holiday. So this new Multi-Active Eye is a product I was more than ready to add into my daily skincare routine. Inspired by the latest technological developments in plant power, this new eye treatment will help combat the effects of a stressful life.

Did you know that the eye contour area is up to five times thinner than the rest of your face? You can basically think of it like tracing paper and of course, it’s usually the first area to show signs of ageing. The Clarins Multi-Active Eye is said to help preserve radiant, youthful looking eyes, it also smoothes lines, minimise the signs of fatigue and brighten the eye area.

I’ll be the first to admit that I’ve really neglected my eye contour area over the years and am now, more than ever, realising that I need to increase my efforts. My lifestyle completely changed when I became a mum, that coupled with lack of sleep has severely effected my eye area.  This Multi-Active Eye cream contains teasel extract which helps to revitalise and protect tired skin by encouraging the production of an energising molecule which improves the condition of the eye contour area.

This little wonder product (or magic wand as I’ve been calling it) comes in a matte pink tube, with a silver applicator which is easy to use directly onto the eye area. The cooling effect of the metal applicator also helps to wake me up in the morning.

Multi-Active Eye Cream

The Results…

I’ve been using this for over a month now and my eyes do appear brighter, the skin is smoother – and after four weeks, I can see a difference in the overall appearance. Winner, winner!

Multi-Active Eye (£35.00, 15ml tube) and is available from all Clarins distributors.

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