|Press Samples. All opinions are my own.|
Sometimes, a product ticks all the boxes that you look for in skincare, and it works great. And sometimes, it ticks the boxes, and for some reason, it just doesn't work for me. I tried two products from New York Biology as part of my skincare routine last month, and both things happened to me!
Right off the bat, I thought the packaging for these products was pretty high-tech. Shiny chrome, acrylic cap, push-button dispenser.
That shiny chrome made taking my pictures pretty hard, though! Like most eye gels, dab it around the eye twice a day, and can be used all over the face if you want. I kept this treatment to mostly under the eye, and on the outer side, by my cheekbones. If I had cheekbones.
So, this one isn't the eye gel for me. I don't know what caused the reaction, so I don't know what to look out for. Lots of great reviews on Amazon, but also a few that experienced redness or burning, and a similar allergic reaction to what I experienced. As always, Your Mileage May Vary.
On the other hand, I liked the Retinol Cream. Still same high-tech, interesting packaging. Though, I'm not sure how I feel about swiping the product off the dispenser. I still prefer a good pump dispenser.
|The high-shine of this packaging is matched by the new chrome powder/gel polish trend! I loved the mirror shine I got on my nails.|