EMMA HARDIE Midas Tourch Revitalising Eye Serum review – weekly product feature

Emma Hardie skincareThis is serious stuff for grown-up girls. Emma Hardie eye serum feels amazing on the skin around the eyes. It makes the skin appear plumped and smooth and even my concealer sits on it better.

Forget about the struggle. No need to choose anymore between smooth and youthful skin but visible dark circles or bright eyes but looking about 100 years older with all the concealer gathering in the creases.

Midas Touch Revitalising Eye Serum – what Emma says about it.

Emma Hardie describes her new product as a lightweight serum. I’ll argue with this as it’s one of the richest feeling eye products I’ve tested over the past few months. Ther is a certain weight to it. A substance. Not what you would expect from a product that has ‘serum’ in the name. However, if applied correctly it blends in lovely and hell, it does smooth the skin! I’d say it’s a luxury, rich texture which is nongrassy and fast absorbing. You only need a tiny amount of it to do the job too.

Hello, smooth eyes.

This stuff is really good. Designed to brighten and tighten the eye area I think it’s the first eye cream that I can visibly see the difference in the smoothness of my skin. It instantly feels tighter too and I can happily say I never experience this feeling with an eye product to that degree. My eye area looks decent and smooth because I was always obsessed with eye products and I believe it helped to keep my skin looking good. Nevertheless, I still can see the improvement in the appearance of my skin around the eyes.  I’d love to hear your thoughts if you’ve used it though.

How to use Emma Hardie eye serum?

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No brainer, use it around your eye area but pat it rather than blend.  I find this formula absorbs better this way.  You can also use it around your lips to improve skin texture.

What’s in Emma Hardie eye serum?

There are some unique extracts and skincare hero ingredients like Hyaluronic Acid and Sweet Almon Oil or Raspberry See Oil.  There is also extract from the Persian tree Beautifeye, which has the ability to strengthen the skin and helps to lift and smooth the skin. It also helps to reduce pigmentation and therefore fades dark circles.

For a £49 a pot (15 ml) it’s not cheap but worth every penny.  Oh, and it comes in an airless bottle with a pump so it’s handy. I’ll suggest pumping lightly as you definitely don’t need one full pump or you’ll be blending it all over your face.

You can buy Emma Hardie eye serum in selected stores which stock Emma Hardie and I found it online here.


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