Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Stemology Cell Revive Eye Serum Complete

Disclaimer: The product mentioned in this post is given to me. I am not affiliated with the company nor getting paid to advertise the product. This post is written with my honest opinion.

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October of last year 2014, I attended the first Beauty Press Spotlight Day Event in Los Angeles.

I took this picture from my Instagram. I came with with tons of wonderful goodies. I already reviewed Mirabella Travel Brush Set (bottom middle), Mirabella Myth Visionary Long Wearing Eyeshadow (middle left), Cailyn Touch of Sunset Mineral Eyeshadow Powder (middle left), and Cailyn Pure Lust Extreme Matte Tint in Narcissist (top left). I also got Healthilocks Treatment at Salon Benjamin thanks to Healthilocks. For this post, I will review the product from Stemology (bottom left).
Product Review: Stemology Cell Revive Eye Serum Complete

Where to purchase: stores that sell Stemology and online at
Price: $69 for 0.5 fl oz/ 15 mL

Made in USA

Description on the package: Breakthrough formula addresses all the major concerns of the eye area including dark circles, fine lines and wrinkles, sagging, puffiness, and loss of tone and resilience

* Contains a non-aggressive ingredient that aids in the reduction of expression wrinkles by relaxing subcutaneous muscles and providing long term reduction in wrinkles and fine lines
* Sweet Almond Extract Peptides help firm, lift and smooth the delicate eye area
* All natural ingredients give this formula a dark, rich, natural hue that disappears on contact
Thoughts: When I first received this product, I didn't know the difference between an eye serum and an eye cream. I just assumed they were the same thing. Let me tell you, they're not!
The eye serum comes in a pump. It made it sanitary safe and easy to use.
Here's a swatch of the eye serum on my hand.

Now for my overall opinion... First of all, I didn't take a before and after picture of my eyes since I use multiple products. It's hard to distinguish which one is working or even both can be working, but you know you see an improvement on the eye area. Secondly, it has a slight scent. I want to say plant but I'm not 100% sure. It's not overbearing, and it actually smells decent. This is coming from someone who is picky with smell. With that said, there is a difference between an eye serum and eye cream. Eye serum is a product you use before the eye cream. It's like you use serum for the face before you moisturize. They have extra ingredients/ products that help/ improve your skin. Since the eye are is thinner and more sensitive than the rest of the face, it made a lot of sense to use a serum before an eye cream. For myself, I don't drink enough water and hydrate as much as I'm suppose to. For that reason, I noticed a lot of fine and deep lines which makes me really sad. Third, I found the color of the eye serum kind of scary. I thought it was expired until I read the description on the package. While you're patting the product, it goes on clear. It's not brown. Once the product dries, I notice how soft my skin felt and glowy. I noticed a slight shine and less noticeable lines. It also felt hydrated. Lastly with a combination of eye cream, I noticed a more hydrated eye area and less fine lines. It didn't get rid of the deep lines but it did improve a bit.

* Sanitary safe; comes in a pump.
* Slight scent that smells good.
* Goes on clear.
* Easy to use.
* Skin feels softer.
* Hydrates.
* Improves fine/deep lines.
* Organic ingredients.
* Paraben free.
* Cruelty free.

* Hard to find in stores.

Would repurchase: Yes.
Rating:  4/5 Tobey's Paws

Disclaimer: The product mentioned in this post is given to me. I am not affiliated with the company nor getting paid to advertise the product. This post is written with my honest opinion.

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