28th June 2021

Biossance Squalane + Marine Algae Eye Cream- Reviewed

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This post is part of the Biossance Brand Takeover in June 2021, if you’d like to know more about the brand you can click here or view all posts about the brand here.

The Biossance Squalane + Marine Algae eye cream is better suited to someone who wants deep hydration under the eyes.

The formula is heavy on the moisturising properties, as well as the hero ingredients squalane which hydrates and pink marine algae which soothes, during the time I was testing this I found it also offered a gentle colour correction from the peachy tint which was nice, because it offered instant gratification as well as longer term results.

The texture is gorgeous, it’s a whipped, cushiony cream that delivers balm- like moisture, but a little does go a long way so I can see this lasting a while.

One of the best things about this formula is it has been testing to go around the entire eye area, including the eye lid which is less common than you would hope. I’ve tried this and luckily it didn’t cause any puffiness like eye creams I have tried this with in the past and meant my eye area could be treated as a whole, instead of just my undereye area.

I love layering this on top of their Squalane + Peptide eye gel when I have the time to target all my concerns, but if you’re not sure which one to pick, maybe think of this one as being better for the evening and the gel for the morning; and if you like changing up skincare depending on the season this sits more comfortably in Autumn/Winter whereas the gel is lighter and better in Spring/Summer.

Biossance is cruelty free (like all skincare sold in the UK). The brand is available at Selfridges stores and online, Cult Beauty, Sephora and Biossance.com. 

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