At what age should you start to worry about wrinkles? The answer will vary depending on who you ask. Some may even say that it’s never too young to start! I’m 31 years old and am only now beginning to think about wrinkles. I have been blessed/cursed with oily skin so that has helped to slow down the aging process, but I know that it won’t last forever.
The main area that I am concerned with is wrinkles around the eyes so I was excited to try out the new star product from Sampar called Age Antidote – Eye Rule. As with all of Sampar’s products, it contains powerful antioxidants designed to neutralize the negative effects of pollution and give your skin a healthy glow. Some key features of this product include:
- Nourishes and revitalizes using the powerful antioxidant, Red Raspberry Seed Oil.
- Inhibits muscle contractions responsible for the formation of expression wrinkles.
- Stimulates the production of collagen, reducing the length and depth of wrinkles.
- Lightens dark circles under the eyes.
- Anti-oxidant shield protects the skin from harmful effects of pollution.
I have been using my Eye Rule on a daily basis and I must say that it does help reduce that tired look I get in the morning. You know that puffy, half asleep look? It helps make me look more alert and I am happy to say no dark circles! As for wrinkles, I don’t have that many yet, so its hard to say how it worked. However, I am confident that it is a great tool to have to slow down the wrinkles as much as possible so I plan to continue to use it.
Its very simple to use- you just gently massage it around the eye in light, circular motions. It is meant to be done daily for the best results. They also recommend you refrigerate it for optimum benefit. This is a bit inconvenient for me since the kitchen is downstairs and the bathroom is upstairs so I must always go up and down to do my daily skin regime. It’s a minor inconvenience to brighten up these peepers!
The price of a 10 ml bottle of Sampar Age Antidote Eye Rule is $89 so it is a bit high if you are on a tight budget.
Sampar’s full product line can be purchased Sears, sears.ca and scienceandnatureonline.com as well as several independent boutiques.
Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample of the product for review purposes. The opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product.