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Skin Care Review: Estee Lauder Renutriv eye cream

by Marge, Clarkston, GA, USA


Feels good when applying. Not too greasy. I liked the texture.

Expensive! Never seems like enough in the jar at $80.

I liked this product better than anything in a regular drugstore as far as texture and non-greasy feeling in an eye cream; I did not see any astounding results as claimed to warrant the price. It did not appear to lift or de-wrinkle the eye area. For $80 any amount is not enough, so the jar seemed small, applying it once a day at night has allowed me to squeeze more life out the small jar it comes in. The creamy texture is not too greasy and I liked that about it. Feels much better than the cheaper products out there.

I would recommend something else in Estee Lauder for lifting, but not renutriv.

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