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Garnier Eye Wrinkle Cream

Garnier Eye Wrinkle CreamOn last night’s episode of How To Look Good Naked, it was eye wrinkle creams that were put to the test. In both the previous episodes I managed to watch, the cheapest products scored the highest points (Palmer’s Cocoa Butter for stretch marks, and Nivea’s Goodbye Cellulite for cellulite) so I thought it was about time a more expensive product won and proved you get what you pay for.

But I was shocked to see that yet again it was the cheapest eye wrinkle cream that scored the highest number of points. Garnier Ultra Lift at £8.99 scored more points than both Clarin’s Super Restorative Eye Concentrate (£42) and Chantecaille Stress Repair Concentrate (£145).

I’m starting to rethink my entire skin care range – just because there’s an expensive name associated with a product clearly doesn’t mean that product’s effective. In fact, from these results it looks as though the more expensive products are actually less effective than the cheaper ones! I just hope next weeks episode can restore my faith in the brands I’ve handed over plenty of money to in the past.

One Response to “Garnier Eye Wrinkle Cream”

  1. The New Pink » Blog Archive » Olay Everyday Sunshine Says:

    […] I was pleased to see an expensive product win last night’s How To Look Good Naked competition, after the last three episodes began to prove you pay for branding and not the product itself. Last night it was moisturisers with fake tan that were put to the test, and Make Believe Tan Extender (£25) scored highest with 75 points out of a possible 100. […]