Friday, April 24, 2009

freeze 24-7 eyecing fatigue fighting eye cream

I am all about anti-aging products.

Mainly because I'm getting ever closer to the big 4-0 and I am totally freaking out about it everyday.

Just ask Christine, she'll tell you.

Anyway, when this came across our desk, I was immediately intrigued.

Freeze 24-7 Eyecing Fatigue Fighting Eye Cream ($115) is described as being able to battle tell-tale weariness with specially formulated Hydroptix-171 Youth Boosting Complex™, a proprietary, time-released polymer that works to revitalize skin and reduce the appearance of fine lines, puffiness, bags, and dark circles around the eye area.

Good for me because Little L has started this thing where he comes in our bed in the early early morning hours and goes to sleep right between us.

This generally involves getting kicked in the back, a toddler arm across your face, and even coughing that will keep you up the rest of the night.

Yeah...totally not fun.

Anything that will make the inevitable bags lighten and make the darkness become less noticeable will work for me honey.

What I like about it is that it is not greasy at all, even though it's rich, so it's perfect for daytime use as well as night. It also feels like it's tightening things up once it's on...not crazy tight, but a definite feeling that it's working.

At $115, it's on the splurge side...but it's very rich so a little goes a long way. Plus you get a lot of product.

My suggestion is to hit up your local Nordies, make nice to the sales associate, and get yourself a sample to test out at home. Then see for yourself.

You can also find Freeze 24-7 products at Henri Bendel, Bliss, Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom, Bloomingdale’s,, Zitomers, Stanley Korshak,,, and



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