Tula Revitalizing Eye Cream Review
I have had the great pleasure of using this Tula Revitalizing Eye Cream with Probiotic Technology for the past two weeks. I have used way too many eye creams in the past and none of them compare to this stuff.
I discovered it after seeing the suggestion for the page on Facebook. I went to their website and found out so much great information. Tula, (Balance in Sanskrit), is created using probiotics. You know, the same probiotics that are good for your insides. Dr. Roshini Raj created these amazing products with idea that if probiotics work great for the inside, they will work wonders for the outside as well. If you are not hooked yet just visit the website and let your knowledge grow. MIND BLOWN!
Did you see her photos? She is gorgeous! I am sure it is mostly genetics but damn, if I can use some cream and get close to those results, I AM IN.
On a more serious note, I have used the cream for two weeks. The Tula Revitalizing Eye Cream has a consistency of a creamy yogurt and it didn’t have a perfume like smell. That always baffles me. Why would you want an eye cream that smells like perfume? Don’t add all of that extra junk to your product! Tula knows what they are doing with a clean, natural product.
I applied it gently around my eyes, including my eye lids. The thing I noticed after the first week is that the skin right under my bottom lash line was lighter/brighter. I did a closer inspection and noticed that my under the eye skin was smoother as well. I have since started extending the area that I apply the cream to because I have deep wrinkles about half an inch from the bottom of my eye. I am confident that I will see results there as well. It will take a bit longer because they are the Grand Canyon of wrinkles. On my eyelid I noticed that the skin looked firmer. This makes me happy because 40 is not looking good on me right now. I need all the help I can get.
Speaking of help, I have 6 tips for healthy eyes!* I do my best to maintain these habits so my eyes don’t look older than they really are. My tips were originally posted over at Our Mini Family as a guest post.
- Eating plenty of greens, like spinach and kale, is important to eye health. Making leafy greens a regular part of your diet can decrease the risk of vision loss. Don’t forget about carrots either. Their benefits are really true.
- Get plenty of sleep. The less sleep you get, combined with any stress you may be under, can equal dark circles. Dark circles are your enemy.
- Buy those sunglasses! That’s right, sunglasses that block 99 to 100% of UVB and UVA rays are the ones you want. The more they cover your eyes the better they are for you.
- Be gentle with your eyes when applying makeup. For instance, don’t pull so hard on your eyelids when you are applying eye liner. In my 20s I didn’t think about how much the tugging to put on the black kohl liner could affect my eyes later. The gentler you are now, the better your eyes will look into your senior years.
- Always use a cream formulated especially for your eyes. They are created because not only do they target what you want to diminish or prevent, but they won’t hurt your precious vision. Never go to bed without having gently applied an eye cream like Tula Revitalizing Eye Cream paired with your overall face cream.
- Always wear sunscreen formulated for your face and eye area. Reapply after being in water for at least 60 minutes. Keep your skin safe from becoming the next leather face.
*these statements have not been evaluated by a doctor, all tips are mine alone.
I want to give a HUGE Thank You to TULA for providing this full size product for review. I truly appreciate your generosity.
** I only review products that I personally try. I was sent this product for review purposes only. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions or concerns.