Hello my lovely readers, I’d like to introduce to you the New Génifique Yeux Light-Pear eye-illuminating and youth activating concentrate from Lancôme.
I am exceptionally excited about this product and so happy that I can introduce it to you.
It has it’s own unique applicator, a “pearl” which rotates 360 degrees, that will help to stimulate and massage the eye area to reduce puffiness, dark circles and fine lines. (I have made a short video for you demonstrating the correct application technique). The pearl is made of self cleaning surgical steal, it’s smaller than your finger tip, perfectly smooth as it was polished with diamond dust to make the application of the eye serum utterly enjoyable.
My tip with the application would be to let the pearl do the job, don’t press it too hard.
Génifique Yeux Light-Pearl is Lancôme’s newest addition to it’s fabulous Génifique range! Those of you who visit Social Beautify will know that I have been using it now for over 2 years and Génifique concentrate is my most favourite serum I have used. I have recently heard this is actually the most awarded serum in the world. Is there anyone else who loves this product so much? I can change my moisturiser, and eye cream but my serum stays the same!
With the new Génifique Yeux Light-Pear you should be able to see the results after 7 days. Personally I thought my eye area was visibly brighter only a few days later, but it wasn’t too dark to start with as I am currently also using Génifique eye cream, which does a great job in reducing darkness under my eyes. A great thing about this product is that you can also apply it over make up and as many times a day as you feel you need it. I am using it only twice a day. Génifique Yeux Light-Pear can be simply used on its own or as part of your skincare regime, or before your regular eye cream.
Génifique Yeux Light-Pearl is already available at Harrods priced at £44 and will be on sale nationwide from 1st September.
Do make sure you try it. I think this product will change the way we start to care about our eyes, becoming more gentle with product application and conscious of the needs of a delicate and sensitive eye area.
Has anyone tried it? What do you think?