Beauty Without Cruelty Nourishing Eye Gel Review
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Beauty Without Cruelty Nourishing Eye Gel Review

Beauty Without Cruelty Nourishing Eye Gel Overview

You know what I always say about eye creams.  If you’re going to use a particular product made specifically for the eye area, it should specifically and particularly address the issues unique to that area.  Namely, puffiness and dark circles as well as fine lines and crow’s feet.  So whenever I consider and/or review an eye cream, gel, or serum, I keep this in mind.

So when I first started looking into Beauty Without Cruelty Nourishing Eye Gel, I looked for talk of how it would handle all those pesky eye issues.   The primary claims of Beauty Without Cruelty Nourishing Eye Gel are that it’s a light, oil-free gel moisturizer that hydrates and protects the eye area.  That’s really it. Anecdotally, customers say the cool gel formula soothes and cools tired puffy eyes, but it’s not listed in the expected benefits, so we have to assume it is not a primary focus of the product.  So right off the bat, I’m a little less inclined to find favor with Beauty Without Cruelty Nourishing Eye Gel.  But always the optimist, we carry on.

Beauty Without Cruelty Nourishing Eye Gel ReviewBeauty Without Cruelty Nourishing Eye Gel Ingredients and How They Work

So of course the next thing we do is look at the Beauty Without Cruelty Nourishing Eye Gel formula, because a great product is a great product, regardless of which skin they market it for.  It’s fairly impressive with plenty of botanical antioxidants right at the top of the list.  There’s Green and White Tea, Vitamin C, and organic Calendula.  Then they added some Cucumber and Aloe for the soothing properties, Ginkgo Biloba as an anti-inflammatory, Hyaluronic Acid for moisture and to fill out lines and wrinkles, and Soy Protein to rebuild skin’s connective tissue structure.

The oil-free gel base is appealing to those who don’t want a heavy, greasy cream on their skin, especially those with oily skin. The instructions are to pat a few dots to the outer corners of the eyes and press them into your skin both morning and night.

Beauty Without Cruelty Nourishing Eye Gel Pros and Cons

Okay so we know a little about Beauty Without Cruelty Nourishing Eye Gel.  The next step is to sort it into what’s good and what’s no so good.

Advantages of Beauty Without Cruelty Nourishing Eye Gel

  • It’s got several antioxidants.
  • The gel formulation is cool and soothing.
  • It’s fairly reasonably priced.
  • Most of the ingredients are natural and organic.

Disadvantages of Beauty Without Cruelty Nourishing Eye Gel

  • The clear bottle needs to be kept out of the light to maintain the integrity of the antioxidants.
  • It does not specifically address dark circles and under eye puffiness.
  • According to many of Beauty Without Cruelty Nourishing Eye Gel reviews we read, it may not be hydrating enough for those with dry skin. Some reviewers also noted that they experienced significant irritation.

Where to Buy

You can find Beauty Without Cruelty Nourishing Eye Gel in retail stores and online. Walgreens carries it, as does Amazon and the Beauty Without Cruelty website.  The retail price is $19.95 for the 1 ounce pump dispenser bottle, but you can find it for as little as $13 if you look.

Conclusion

So does Beauty Without Cruelty Nourishing Eye Gel pass our test for the best eye creams?  I think it does.  Even though the marketing doesn’t talk about puffy eyes and dark circles, the ingredients have them covered with cucumber, aloe, ginkgo, and caffeine.  And I don’t think you can beat he amount of antioxidants for the price. Beauty Without Cruelty Nourishing Eye Gel is a keeper.

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