Innarah Eye Treatment Ultra-Hydrating Eye Crème

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My mom always told me to take good care of my eye area since it's delicate and prone to show the signs of aging. Considering people often think that she's 10 years younger than her actual age, I generally try to heed her advice like starting to use eye cream when I was in college. Over the years I've probably used all manner of eye creams and this seems to be the one product category where I still haven't found "the one". Following wonderful experiences with the Innarah Veno Defense Hydrating Treatment Créme and Innarah Line Smoothing Treatment Serum, I tried out the Innarah Eye Treatment Crème Ultra-Hydrating Eye Crème. Read on to see if I've found the one.

About the Brand: Backed by decades of research, by one of the beauty industry’s leading chemists, Innarah has created the first ever skin care line that works in cooperation with your skin’s biology. Their range is made using a revolutionary fermentation process that combines blends of unique natural botanical oils and minerals. This process creates highly effective products that maintain the potency of the ingredients so they can be easily absorbed while encouraging the skin’s own reparative abilities and optimizing vital defense from the inside out. Each Innarah product is purposely formulated to address specific skin issues due to natural aging and environmental factors, offering benefits to nourish, purify and re-energize skin. They do not contain any parabens, petroleum, propylene or butylene glycol, sulfates, phthalates, artificial dyes or synthetic fragrances.\

Product Claims: Innarah Eye Treatment Ultra-Hydrating Eye Crème is a silky and luxurious, highly moisturizing eye cream designed to improve the natural functions of the skin in and around the delicate area around the eye. This product contains a proprietary complex of anti-inflammatory ingredients that help strengthen the tissue around the eye, diminish the appearance of dark circles and puffiness, soften lines and wrinkles, and reveal healthier, more revitalized skin. This product is suitable for all skin types.

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Key Ingredients: Mangosteen extract provides potent anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant benefits. Elk antler velvet contains powerful cell growth factors which aid in cell development and cell regeneration. EVA is made up of essential amino acids which are the building blocks of protein smooth the appearance of lines and wrinkles instantly and over time. Apolactoferrin increases natural hyaluronic acid production for immediate and long lasting hydration while also working to help eliminate dark spots. Marine phytoplankton is an immunostimulant that strengthens the connective tissue around the delicate orbital area. Plant stem cells brighten and even out skin tone and reduce the appearance of dark circles.

Packaging: A substantial opaque black glass jar. This product could've used a spatula for hygienic dispensing.

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Price: $150 for 15 ml/0.5 fl oz

How to Use: Apply a small amount to orbital eye area. Pat gently until absorbed. Can be used day and night.

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My Impressions: The Innarah Eye Treatment Ultra-Hydrating Eye Crème has a pudding-like consistency in the jar and it has no discernible fragrance which is always a positive for me. Upon application, the product's texture is smooth and gel-like and feels lightweight and refreshing. It absorbs easily when lightly tapped into the skin. I've used it both and day for just over two weeks and haven't experienced any type of irritation or sensitivity. This eye cream is sufficiently hydrating but it doesn't feel as nourishing as I expected. That's okay since it's summer right now but I don't think this would work for me during the colder months. Overall this is a decent eye cream and the roster of natural ingredients are lovely but performance wise it's not special enough to justify it's price tag. For me, I think it has worked best on treating puffiness especially overnight but this eye cream does very little for dark circles which are my primary eye concern. While I was quite impressed with both the Innarah Veno Defense Hydrating Treatment Créme and Innarah Line Smoothing Treatment Serum, I just can't say the same about this eye cream. I will continue using it and report back if I see different results.

Innarah Eye Treatment Crème Ultra-Hydrating Eye Crème is available for sale through the Innarah website where you can also learn more about the brand and their full range of products.

What eye cream are you using now? What do you like about it?

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Innrarah and features products received for review purposes and may contain affiliate or referral links. For more details about my product review policy, copyright, and information about affiliate links, please refer to the Policies page of this blog.


Ivana Split said...

Your mother gave you a sound advice. It is true that the skin around the eyes is the most sensitive one and so it only makes sense to take special care of it. It is great that you pay special attention to the eye area. I must admit I'm a bit lazy in that sense but at least I never forget to apply my day cream (or day and night cream if that is what I'm using).

This seems like a lovely cream. It is a plus that it applies easily and doesn't have a fragrance. Too bad that the performance wise it is not as good as it should be considering the price tag.

Have a great start of the week.

Paola Lauretano said...

Cool, I need to try this eye treatment!!!
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Jackie Harrison said...

This its what I need for my under eyes since I travel it has been dry thanks for this great review and introduction of the product.

Anonymous said...

Pudding-like... I want to feel what that's like :-D

Emmylou said...

You know, I'm almost glad this product is just so-so because if it was amazeballz, that price would've driven me bonkers:P
Your mom is bang on with her advice. :) Right now, I'm just using a CeraVe one...well, whenever I remember to so forgetful lately.

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Blackswan said...

Sounds luxurious, babe! Nice review! xoxo

Shireen L. Platt said...

Oooo, the price is so steep for only 15mL and that's too much money for something that performed 'just okay'. Thank you for an honest review, Rowena.

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No, I have not used this Innarah Eye Treatment (eye cream), but I appreciate the review. I would want something for dark circles since I tend to stay up too late. I am almost out of some eye cream, so I will probably go back to using coconut oil. :) Thanks for always taking the time to visit and comment on my posts, Rowena. Happy new week to you dear! /Madison

ann-marie said...

Sounds luxurious and wonderful but so very pricey! Thanks for sharing this review! x

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Elle Sees said...

Sounds like a not bad choice for summer. I need that hydration though!

Corinne said...

The IAV sounds mental! I love it when products have strange or new ingredients in them.

Corinne x

Doctor Anne said...

I am constantly changing my eye cream as I have yet to find one that really excites me.

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ALLIE NYC said...

Funny I am looking for something exactly for puffiness there are plenty of moisturizing creams out there does not have to be for the eyes but puffiness is a tall order, it it actually made a difference with this it would be worth the price tag.

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Kelsey&Kenecha said...

It sounds like a lovely product.


Midnight Cowgirl said...

Hmm, I don't think I'd spend that much on an eye cream unless it was a miracle worker...

Kate said...

Oooh this looks so good! I love finding out about great creams!
-Kate //

Rebeca Muñoz López said...

It is true, we must be careful with that area because it reflects the passing years, I find a reliable product and would like to test their benefits.

Unknown said...

It's so hard to find a really brilliant eye cream that justifies a luxe skincare pricetag!

Effortlesslady said...

Too bad it doesn`t remove dark circles. That price though!

Beauty Editer said...

Very lovely! I like this so much.

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Gabrielle said...

I think the day a product works brilliantly on dark circles is the day everyone will be emptying their pockets to purchase it haha, it's such a hard quality to find with eye creams. Though, I'm very pleased to hear this has helped with puffiness :) Thanks a million for the reminder to pick up an eye cream by the way, I ran out of one I was using a while ago and forgot to re-stock, oops!!

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A Very Sweet Blog said...

There's always one dud out the group! LOL Rowena, I appreciate your honesty because these products are pricey. I'm currently using an Intensive Wrinkle Reducer by Murad. It's really good, but so far it's just a temporary fix. A blog friend of mine is using Fresh's Ancienne Eye Cream and really loves it. I have yet to try it. Bobbi Brown's Vitamin Enriched Face Cream is helping my skin all over but I haven't found my holy grail eye cream yet. I have faith we will find one! LOL

Margaret Dallospedale said...

I think that I really need this product for my eyes.
Thank you for sharing
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Anonymous said...

Thanks for your honest review. Sorry to read that the eye cream doesn't fully meet your expectations :(


Kasztanowy Domek said...

Great product!!! Greetings! Kisses:))


Ileana said...

This sounds perfect! Im really not good at using eye creams... they feel super heavy and always try to avoid them. But after reading about your mom, I will definitely give them another try!


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Imperfectly Rachel said...

This is one of the most in depth product reviews I've ever read! That is quite a hefty price tag!!

Johanna said...

I have never heard about this brand before but I am always looking for new products for my skin, thank you for sharing your opinions about this, I might give a try if I find it.
Have a wonderful day doll,

little luxury list said...

Hmm so I guess this is ok, but not great! I love Fresh Creme Ancienne which Kim has helped me track down. I've also started using Cleau de peau and kadaku cream so let's see how those go!

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Jane said...

moms always give the best advice :)

Stanislava E. said...

I started using an eye cream 1 year ago but I haven't found the perfect one yet, so I cannot advise here, sorry. Thanks for being honest, Rowena. It's very rare that beauty bloggers say what they really think, and I truly appreciate it. The price is quite high indeed.

Unknown said...

Allie, have you found anything for puffiness yet?

Unknown said...

Allie, have you found anything for puffiness yet?