Burt’s Bees Radiance Eye Cream is comprised of Royal Jelly, one of nature’s most nourishing substances, and bee pollen naturally replenish and renew your skin’s essential nutrients, restoring a smooth, youthful appearance. This highly-concentrated formula also contains chamomile, cucumber and rosehip extracts, which are known to promote skin renewal and reduce puffiness and swelling. Natural mica diffuses light to minimize the look of fine lines.
Burt’s Bees Radiance Eye Cream is one eye cream that isn’t too pricey. This is a nice welcomed change because most serums and creams tend to cost an arm and a leg, literally! This eye cream claims to give you radiance in the blink of an eye, with a combination of 134 nutrients and 17 amino acids and Vitamins B1, B2, B5, B6, C and E, along with Biotin, Niacin and Folic Acid.
That said, there are some pluses to this eye cream. This cream does seem to hydrate the delicate eye area nicely, and customers report seeing results quickly in this area. This cream also has a nice sweet scent that is pleasurable, not overpowering, but just a nice light scent. Unfortunately there are creams out there that end up totally overpowering in the scent department and that’s just not preferable for most, especially with those who have sensitivities to fragrances.
This specialty cream also seems to glide on nicely and leaves no residue, which is another plus. Because a heavy cream that leaves the skin feeling tacky and oily just aren’t something that most look for in a product. This product does contain bee’s jelly, so it can be a little sticky if you apply too much. It can also cause issues with make-up application. Users reported that makeup can tend to “slide” right off the under eye area.
So the claims of restoring balance to the under-eye area seem to ring true.
Burt’s Bees Radiance Eye Cream also says this eye cream will help fade lines and wrinkles and decrease under eye darkness and bags. And this is where the lines of communication between truth and fact seem to cross. This eye cream by no means is a spectacular product. It doesn’t work miracles and you aren’t going to get results quickly.
At best if you use this product religiously for at least 12 weeks, you may see a slight improvement in the ‘wrinkle’ department. Fine lines don’t disappear but rather fade slightly over time, likely to keep your skin hydrated more than anything else.
This product is good for all skin types, dry, oily and everything in between. Those with oily skin reported that this product did not make their oil production worse and those with naturally dry skin said this product moisturized and hydrated the under eye area really well.
Even if this product only helps with dark under eye circles, the price point is excellent for the average consumer. If it doesn’t work, the consumer is only out $15 vs. $50 or more if they purchase an expensive eye cream and discover that it doesn’t work.