Comments about La Roche-Posay Hydraphase Intense Eyes, .5 fl oz:
i am someone who is really into skin and beauty care products so i have tried A LOT of them, mainly the high end ones. i was asking my (very good) dermatologist what she recommended i use to treat any expression lines (i am in my thirties and i dont really have wrinkles). She said: 1 word, RETINOL. she recommended Roc Retinol Correxion Eye cream or Neutrogena's. i wasnt too happy to have to buy drugstore products but i chose to be wise. so when i started using Roc at night, i noticed it was very drying for the eye contour, especially the upper eyelid. so she recommended i use a moisturizer over it. after a thorough research for THE best moisturizing eye cream, i found La Roche-Posay's Hydraphase to be the best for the job, and specifically made for moisturization. i purchased it and it worked ABSOLUTELY GREAT. no more drying whatsoever in exactly 48 hours. texture was wonderful, light and fast drying. i used it in the AM over my Estee Lauder Renutriv Ultimate eye lift (which she approved after looking at the ingredients) AND in the pm over Roc. After i finished the tube, i thought i'd try something new because i like experimenting, and got Kiehl's Avocado eye cream. it hardly helped to moisturize and i still have dry areas on the upper eyelid even though i have been applying it for more than 1 month. i just decided i dont want to finish it and just reordered Hydraphase.
The older Hydraphase and the new Hydraphase Intense Eyes are the same product because i tried both. they just changed the names and the packaging for the usual marketing purposes. TOTALLY RECOMMENDED if you need big time hydration.
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