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Apply Eye Cream the Right Way

Think you know how to apply eye cream? Think again. Find out how to apply the cream to the delicate eye area now.

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Interesting. I like that applicator =)

by Dessa0226 Friday, January 10, 2014 at 04:25AM Report as inappropriate


by jessicaviolett Friday, May 31, 2013 at 06:46PM Report as inappropriate

Interesting... thought eye cream was supposed to be "dabbed" on? Hope I haven't been doing it the wrong way!

by jlopez0507 Tuesday, January 15, 2013 at 01:11PM Report as inappropriate

I agree with @WiccanLady, My eye cream doesn't have an applicator.

by morgan_ledford Thursday, December 27, 2012 at 09:38AM Report as inappropriate

Short and simpe video on applying.

by EricaC123 Sunday, December 23, 2012 at 12:12PM Report as inappropriate

Applicators are essential tools that make all the difference!

by robyne00 Saturday, November 17, 2012 at 01:54PM Report as inappropriate

Good video, but not all eye creams have applicators.

by WiccanLady Friday, November 16, 2012 at 02:24PM Report as inappropriate

I also have to address the all-star in the first comment who wants to know if we need applicators for everything. Eye applicators are wonderful. They are small metal balls or else the tips of the plastic tube and they are heavenly. Place the applicator in the icebox for extra benefits in the morning. Even with out the icebox they conduct “cool” are meant to be cooing, so it’s actually really refreshing acting as a nice wake up call in the morning reducing puffiness. You’re supposed to use the “cooling applicator” to massage on the eye area until the cream is absorbed, but I found it was easier to apply the product with the applicator, and then blend it in lightly with my ring finger When I first saw them I too thought "WTF", it's nice to be able to admit you were "WRONG"!

by sandi57 Thursday, November 15, 2012 at 07:59AM Report as inappropriate

I had to watch this like 4 - 5 times to see if I was seeing it right Then as skimming through comments, it has been called out by others. I guess they (those commenting) read the same beauty tip I read at age "17" in the Magazine "Seventeen" about when working in the delicate eye area! The tip said to always work from the outer to inner eye; when I saw the first dot of cream being applied I knew they were in trouble or would be headed there in years down the line if the impressionable saw this & continued to apply eye creams in this manner. What I read at age “17" & have taken to heart & followed for the last 38 years is to always apply & work from the outer to inner eye to avoid stretching the delicate and very thin skin in the area. We applied with the ring finger that exerts the least pressure using a very sweeping motion or a very light pat for applying. 38 years later, no crow’s feet,here!

by sandi57 Thursday, November 15, 2012 at 07:19AM Report as inappropriate

I agree! your totally pulling at your eyes, causing wrinkles when you do that!

by Chris213 Wednesday, November 14, 2012 at 06:42AM Report as inappropriate

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