Every morning when I wake up and look at myself – I pretty much see the need for makeup. And my regular makeup is just not cutting it - the darkness shows even through the makeup. I knew I needed some intervention.
When I first read about the ClickR Skin Care line – I was excited to give it a try. The descriptions of the products are so true to life. Here is the description for the Magic Eye Cream:
A refuge for eyes assaulted by countless hours in front of monitors, happy hours and other forms of escape, this is beautifying ocular relief for exhausted orbs. Breathe. Apply. Sigh.
- Brightens eyes with compassionate, plant-based formulas
- Reduces eye baggage and strain
- Look rested regardless of the night, day, week before
Happy Hours? No, – but Baby Hours? Check.
Eye Baggage and Strain? Check.
I love how the Magic Eye Cream makes your eyes feel more awake. Shortly after applying, My eyes just feel like they can open wider; and feel revitalized. The dark circles have not totally disappeared; but they are certainly more manageable. I think if I was getting more than 3 hours of sleep at a time (Yes, Ethan is still waking several times a night); my circles would disappear.
I also was given the hot mask – which at first I was a little concerned about finding the time to do; but now realize that it just feels so great to put on my face – sit back for a few minutes before bed while reading and just relax. It heats the face to such a nice warm temperature and makes my skin feel so great afterwards, its hard to describe. I have been doing this almost nightly (it says to do it 2-3x/wk, but I just find it so enjoyable that I do it more often than that.) This is the description for the face mask:
For skin that craves a firm, yet gentle, time out
- Releases – exfoliates dulling debris and reduces inflammation
- Repairs – strengthens skin cells and reboots capillary function
- Refreshes – feeds pores and enriches skin with non-greasy nutrients and power-packed antioxidants
And finally my most common problem with my face (besides my latest problems with dark circles) is my skin dryness factor. As far back as I remember I have had to use a face moisturizer in the winter months. If I don’t, I get flaky. I can not even put makeup on my face without a moisturizer first, because it just won’t look smooth. So I’m happy that I was able to try ClickR’s daily moisturizer as well.
It's an innovation in skin intelligence, this oil-free daily moisturizer shields you from sun and environmental assault. This silky UVA & UVB protector doesn’t stop at blocking damage—it uses precious ingredients to create smoother, more energized, less blemish-prone skin.
I have loved the moisturizer as well. It goes on smoothly; doesn’t feel greasy; and my makeup applies nicely over it. I love that it also doubles as a sunscreen as well; so I won’t have to worry this summer when outside playing with the kids about applying greasy sunscreens to my face and smearing my makeup.
So as far as what I can say about ClickR’s Skin Care line – I am loving it. They have real solutions for real problems that some people find themselves struggling with. No ones skin is exactly the same; and ClickR takes their products to the next level by explaining their solutions in common terms.
You can find these products online at http://www.clickrskincare.com or in Sephora stores nationwide.
One lucky winner will receive the ClickR Easy Karma Magic Eye Cream valued at $36!
Others might be interested to know that ClickR is currently looking for people who are interested in joining them on a discussion panel to get candid feedback about their products in exchange for free product. If you might be interested in this: please click here to take their survey to see if you qualify.
Open to U.S. only. Giveaway ends April 14th, 2011 at 11:59pm. Winner will be drawn by random.org the following day, and will be e-mailed. Winner will have 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be drawn. Winners will be announced on this blog after all have responded. I received free product for review purposes. All opinions here are 100% my own.