I’m allergic to nature. And Toronto being a pollen party right now is not helping my case, either. My symptoms? Sneezing and insanely itchy eyes. Luckily, I have Consonant Body eye creams in my skincare regimen, and boy oh boy are they ever saving my eyes this time of year!
Consonant Body Eye Creams
Reduce Puffiness with the Ultra Firming Organic Eye Cream.
Consonant Body Ultra Firming Organic Eye Cream
Meant to be used during the day, Consonant Body Ultra Firming Organic Eye Cream ($36) is a saviour for itchy, swollen eyes. I have some fine lines under my eyes, but my biggest eye concern is right now is puffiness. I have been using this for over a month now and I’m happy to see my fine lines softened. Oh, and you know what’s awesomer? (Yes, awesomer is a word, shut up!) What’s awesomer is that I have also noticed less puffiness under my eyes, even when my allergies are really bad. I’ve been religiously using this everyday, so I know that it really works. It is non-greasy and sinks in quickly, which makes it a perfect base for my concealer.
Boost Hydration with Ultra Moisturizing Organic Eye Cream.
Consonant Body Ultra Moisturizing Organic Eye Cream
Their night eye cream, Consonant Body Ultra Moisturizing Eye Cream ($36), is super hydrating that it should win an award. My vigorous eye scratching always makes my eyelids sensitive and dry, but this eye cream takes care of the job easily. I also like to use it to soothe flaky areas around my nostrils, and on days when my skin is especially thirsty, I even use this all over as a rich night face cream.
Both eye creams do not contain any of the bad stuff: phthalates, petroleum, silicone, synthetic colour or fragrance, synthetic plumping agents, and parabens. Yep, all Consonant Body products are 100% natural, which I always appreciate. Because of this, the eye creams don’t irritate or sting my sensitive eyes. Seriously, these are heaven sent for us “sensitive to nature” types.
Great News! I’m an Eye Cream Convert!
I didn’t use to think that eye creams actually did anything until I tried these, so I’m giving them a two thumbs up! They are expensive at $36 a pop, but that’s how much I would pay for eye cream at the spa or at Origins. Do you have a favourite eye cream, too?
How’s everyone else dealing with their allergies? I got a fresh refill of my prescription eye drops, Patanol, from the pharmacy and hallelujah! I can actually get through my days without clawing my eyeballs out.