22 January 2015

..::Product Review::.. Body Merry Age Defense Eye Cream

My Review of Body Merry Age Defense Eye Cream

What is it exactly?

     From the website. . .
"Body Merry's Age Defense Eye Cream is a comprehensive solution for all your eye concerns - whether its dark circles, wrinkles, puffiness, crow’s feet, fine lines, dryness, sags or bags. It is the only eye cream on the market that has 70+ power packed ingredients including: Vitamins C + E + B5, Peptide Complex, Amino Acid Emulsification, Hyaluronic Acid, Retinol, Antioxidants, MSM and many many more!  This cream goes easy on your eyes since we reject the idea of using harsh chemicals for the delicate eye area and use natural and organic ingredients instead (Aloe, Rose Hip Oil, Jojoba Oil, Coconut Oil, Beeswax, Cranberry, Licorice, Sunflower Oil, Borage Oil, Flaxseed Oil, Evening Primrose Oil, Lavender, Calendula, Chamomile, Witch Hazel, Cocoa Butter, Cucumber, Green Tea - to name just a few!).  It works great on all skin types and continued use leaves your skin looking and feeling firm, plump and young. Get fast and lasting results and be at the receiving end of compliments!"


I was a sent a 1.0 fl oz bottle of the Age Defense Eye Cream from Body Merry to review.  
The price for this bottle is $16.99, and qualifies for free shipping with Amazon Prime.

Packaging & Presentation of 
Body Merry Age Defense Eye Cream

The moisturizer was sent to me in perfect condition.  There were no defects, and everything was intact.  The bottle is made of plastic and measures almost 4.0" tall x 1.25" at the base.  The product is applied by using a pump dispenser.  The bottle sports a teal label with white accents.

The front of the box labels the product and brand.  It also specifies the products main, active ingredients.  The back of the box provides the directions, ingredients, distribution information, and contact information.

The bottom of the box is where the UPC label is located.

The bottle itself contains the exact same information as the box.  Body Merry's Age Defense Eye Cream is made in the USA, was not tested on animals, and has a 24-month PAO.

There is a full-bottle safety seal.  I like knowing that I am the absolute first person to use the product.

This product is dispensed by using a pump dispenser.

My Personal Experience with Body Merry Age Defense Eye Cream

What attracted me to this eye cream is the amount of ingredients that are perfect for treatment.  This is the only eye cream on the market that boasts more than 70 ingredients that target your area of concern.  Plus, the ingredients are awesome!!

The eye cream itself is white in color.  It is a very soft, light cream.  Each pump gives you a bunch of the product, so be sure to go easy when you use it.  This product smells very clean, almost citrus-y.

It definitely absorbs easily into your skin without leaving any gross residue.  It kind of tingles a little bit, but in my opinion, the best eye cream does!

Pros of Body Merry Age Defense Eye Cream
  • Great, clean fragrance.
  • You get a lot of eye cream for your money.
  • Great for everyday use.
  • Targets problem areas using top-of-the-line ingredients.
  • Only eye cream with over 70 ingredients specifically for the eye area.
Cons of Body Merry Age Defense Eye Cream
  • I like when eye cream comes in tubes-- you get more of a precise amount and you don't really have to worry about over dispensing it.

        If you have any type of skin care routine, using an eye cream is a must.  Specifically one that targets so many concerning areas.  I like this product for many reasons.  First, you get a pretty decent amount that'll last a long time for a good price.  I love the way it smells.  I am a fan that it is a whipped, easily absorbed cream.  Using this in the morning makes me have a more 'awakened' look.

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        DISCLAIMER:  I received the product mentioned above complimentary for review and testing purposes. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.  All opinions stated above are solely mine, and have not been influenced in any way.  I am disclosing this information in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.

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