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Oil of Olay Regenerist Anti-Aging Eye Roller Review
(copied from my blog entry as Beauty Geru on SHINE)



I'm in a race. A race against time and wrinkles.

Okay, that's not me and I'm not literally racing but I am doing whatever I can to ease the effects of year's of abuse by laying out as it was cool in the 80's and 90's to look tan. I also am trying to combat new wrinkles so I try whatever is new to see if it will help. I've tried Botox which scared me too much as I watched it wear off and saw my upper lids droop. I've tried just about every cream, lotion, solvent that you can think of so although I'm not deemed an expert, I can provide a fairly good opinion!



As a Shine Beauty Guru, I was provided Oil of Olay Regenerist products which made my day! I still remember receiving the unexpected package and opening it like I was a little kid at Christmas and then I spent more time flaunting my new toys! Our assignment consisted of picking one of the products. I reviewed each one, read the package, looked at the actual products before making my decision.


I picked the one that was most appealing to me and that was the Olay Regenerist Anti-Aging Eye Roller. I choose this because it looked different, the packaging was appealing and it focused on the eyes. After a few clicks of the top the first time, it dispenses a cool, liquid sensation around the eye area. The massaging effects of the precision micro-rollers provide a concentrated hydrating anti-aging treatment to reduce eye puffiness and diminish fine lines and wrinkles.

What I liked about the roller was I could apply it without wasting any on my fingers. The idea of a direct application is very appealing as well as the thought of getting a massaging effect that would benefit my skin. The packaging was sophisticated and was a draw to the appearance of the package. It was easy to open and easy to understand how to use the roller. I am one of those that are drawn to pretty or interesting packaging and I think Olay hit the nail on the head with the marketing appeal.

After using it for about a month now, I noticed a llittle difference in my fine lines. I don't normally have puffiness so I can't comment on that. I'm not sure if you combine it with one of the recommended other products they offer, if it would have accelerated the effect or if I need to use it longer than 30 days.

The Roller works best when you combine it with another anti-aging product such as Regenerist Night Recovery Cream, Regenerist Regenerating Serum or the Regenerist Micro-Sculpting Cream.

Ingredients:

WATER, GLYCERIN, ISOPROPYL ISOSTEARATE, CAPRYLIC/CAPRIC TRIGLYCERIDE, C12-15 ALKYL BENZOATE, SQUALANE, PEG-100 STEARATE, CYCLOPENTASILOXANE, GLYCERYL STEARATE, TOCOPHERYL ACETATE, CAFFEINE, CETYL ALCOHOL, STEARYL ALCOHOL, DIMETHICONE, POLYSORBATE 80, PALMITOYL PENTAPEPTIDE-4, SODIUM ASCORBYL PHOSPHATE, CARBOMER, ACRYLATES/C10-30 ALKYL ACRYLATE CROSSPOLYMER, AMINOMETHYL PROPANOL, BENZYL ALCOHOL, METHYLPARABEN, ETHYLPARABEN, PROPYLPARABEN



*Image credits to thatsfit.com and Olay





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Aileen said...

Sure would like to hear a review of Botox. I also was a teen and twenty something in the 80's and 90's and it gives me chills now to think how much tanning everyone did. I've also been trying an assortment of under eye creams for fine lines. My favorite at this time is DHC Skincare Q10 cream.

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YouthfulTips said...

Hi Aileen, I've tried Botox twice now and LOVE the look until it wears off. I swear my wrinkles worsened dramatically afterwards so I never used it again. I also fear long term effects as there hasn't been studies to know the effects. How does DHC Skincare Q10 work for you?

CheleyK said...

Was looking for something to help with the wrinkles at age 43. Thank you so much for the honest opinion and suggestion on additional products.