I’ve mentioned this quite a few times over the past couple of months and I’m still using it every night as it’s just such an easy eye treatment to use; it soaks in quickly and leaves eyes feeling adequately moisturised without any greasy residue. I also love the fact that you only need the tiniest amount (the picture below shows how much you need for both eyes, upper and lower lids) and it spreads beautifully, yet doesn’t feel greasy or silicone-y.
I’ve been using this for probably around two months now, but it was about a month into use when I was applying make-up under my eye that I realised the whole area looked lighter and less lined. Obviously I still have fine lines, but my crows feet especially are much less obvious and the whole eye area appears brighter. It was strange because I wasn’t actually looking to see if it was working, I just became aware of the fact that my make-up wasn’t sinking into the lines on the outer corners of my eyes!
All-in-all this is beautiful, light, gentle and effective eye treatment, so if you’re in the market for a luxury eye treatment then this is a great choice. It isn’t cheap at £125 for 15ml, but I would guess that it’d last you for yonks considering you need so little. I’m also a little bit in love with the packaging and the way it’s dispensed; the button function is depressed in the lid, so you push it down into the bottle and out comes the serum from the front spout. Seriously cute!
Available from Erno Laszlo’s online store.
Speaking of Erno Laszlo, I have one ‘ell of a competition coming up soon so keep your eyes peeled for that as it will contain some *amazing* Laszlo prizes!!
Disclosure: PR sample.