GinZing eye cream is a product I'd been meaning to try for a while as I'd seen it mentioned on lots of other blogs before. I never get super excited about eye creams as I find it quite difficult to tell if they're working or not. With this one there's an instant illuminating and de-puffing effect, so that keeps my interest and inspires me to keep using it and have faith that it's keeping those mean little lines away. GinZing really brightens the dark areas around my eyes and by the time I've added makeup on top I can really see the difference and a bit of added radiance. It's not too heavy and sinks in quickly, so it doesn't disturb any makeup I layer on top.
*Plantscription is Origins' latest release and it's the second moisturiser I've tried from them. Plantscription has been developed with raspberry plant stem cell technology - I'm impressed even if I don't really understand it. What I can tell you is that the Plantscription moisturiser has a super creamy and almost whipped consistency. It's the total opposite to make a difference which is like a hydrating gel moisturiser. Plantscription makes my skin feel really nourished as well as moisturised and my skin feels plumped. I like that this is an anti-ageing moisturiser which is also oil free. A lot of skincare I try that's targeted at preventing wrinkles can sometimes be a bit heavy for the oilier areas on my face so I sometimes have to relegate them to night-time use only, but not with this one. If you have a drier skin, this cream also comes in a normal version as well as the oil free one I've tried. It also contains SPF 25 so I'll be all set once the springtime sunshine finally appears.
Have you tried Origins? What's your favourite product?