Peter Thomas Roth Water Drench® Hyaluronic Cloud Hydrating Eye Gel.

I am back with the review of yet another eye cream. I told you not that long ago that when I get obsessive over something on my face, it is usually my eyes. I am pretty sure that I am not the only one so once again I want to tell you a bit about my experience.

Water Drench®Hyaluronic Cloud Hydrating Eye Gel

I have to admit that my experience with Peter Thomas Roth is quite limited. I had a few of the brand’s products over the years, including some in full size, but they all look the same to me. They might come in different shapes and forms and textures and all that, but they all feel and look so unnatural and yet, kinda cool. Safe to say that this is not my to-go-to brand.

When I got the Water Drench®Hyaluronic Cloud Hydrating Eye Gel in the Revolve Beauty Advent Calendar, I decided to give it a go. I already had the product so I did not see the harm in actually trying it. There was none, harm that is. Since I actually even managed to finish the tiny tube, there was absolutely no harm.

Okay, so the first thing I noticed about the Water Drench®Hyaluronic Cloud Hydrating Eye Gel was the texture. The product has a gel like texture which also feels a bit cooling and definitely wet. It is not as watery as I expected it to be though. It is more on the thick side. I am pleased to repot that the cream is not sticky which in my opinion is very important.

Okay, so the Water Drench®Hyaluronic Cloud Hydrating Eye Gel has a nice texture, but is it any good? Hmm, it depends on what you are looking for. If you want extreme tightening of the skin and achieving a more youthful look, then perhaps this is not the product for you. Well, actually, it depends on what you consider youthful. No, it does not make wrinkles disaster nor does it make them seem less visible. However, the Water Drench®Hyaluronic Cloud Hydrating Eye Gel brightens the under-eye area a bit, it makes it more luminous somehow and more able to deal with cold weather. That glow like it creates can be interpreted as more youthful.

As I was saying, the cream not only has a nice texture which apples like a dream, but it also makes the skin underneath your eyes less sensitive to cold weather. There was none of that burning sensation I sometimes get when exposed to -10 *C. No, my skin felt like it does at any other time. Also, the cream makes the skin feel a bit more velvety and smooth.

However, what I actually liked the very most about the Water Drench®Hyaluronic Cloud Hydrating Eye Gel was the way it applied and how it felt on the skin. The product is easy to apply with it being gel like and all. It also feels a bit cool and soothing on the skin and it even absorbs quite fast. The experience itself is more pleasant if nothing else. Even though I do believe that the effects are nothing to throw aside either.

Overall, I kinda enjoyed using the Water Drench®Hyaluronic Cloud Hydrating Eye Gel and I would definitely not mind getting a jar of it in the future. This is a good cream and perfect for those who have no additional needs from their eye cream than a bit of hydration and some additional protection, but it works even for those with more concerns. The word I guess I am looking for is maintenance. Yes, the Water Drench®Hyaluronic Cloud Hydrating Eye Gel is a good maintenance eye cream. I recommend it.

Where can you purchase the Water Drench®Hyaluronic Cloud Hydrating Eye Gel from?

How do you feel about Peter Thomas Roth as a brand? Have you tried this eye cream before?

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