Last month I notified you that Freeze 24-7 was having an unbelievable friends and family sale in which everything was half off. Therefore, I couldn't help but get my hands on some of the products that I'd been clamoring to try out. Case in point: the Anti-Aging Eye Serum ($115). I'd heard great things about the serum — mainly that it was like topical Botox — and really, it should be for that price.
The first thing that I noticed was how much product was dispensed with each pump — definitely much more than what is needed for both eyes. Unfortunately when I've tried to pump less I've failed; it's definitely an all-or-nothing affair. Since there's no way to get the excess back into the bottle, I applied half of the serum to each eye. Once applied I noticed a slight tingling sensation. It's not uncomfortable in a Lip Venom type of way, but there's a certain tightening feeling. "Oh, it's working its magic," I thought to myself. What I didn't expect was that the white cream would harden, leaving a slightly dry paste on my face. (You know what it looks like when your skin peels after a bad sunburn? Ugh.) So although it's something that I wouldn't recommend for the day, I use it at night before I go to bed in hopes that it's keeping wrinkles at bay.