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Reviewed and recommended: Sundari Chamomile Eye Oil

Is a Solution for:
Puffy Eyes
Reviewed by Marta April 8, 2008 2 Comments
While I love my Ischia Thermae Eye and Lip Cream, I've been on the look out for something that isn't a cream to use from time to time in order to prevent blocked pores. I narrowly escaped being suckered into buying a vastly over-priced and unimpressive product from Sisley and then came across Sundari's Chamomile Eye Oil.

As well as chamomile (from Germany, although I don't know why that would matter), it has avocado and palmarosa oils, vitamin A, E and C, and that's it. It is extremely light and absorbs quickly and is really nice on dry and crinkling days when a bit more hydration seems necessary.
  • October 7, 2016

    by Marta

    Thanks Teena. I didn't know there was a difference. But thanks to this helpful article, I now do: http://www.spafromscratch.com/german-and-roman-chamomile-essential-oils-%E2%80%93-what%E2%80%99s-the-difference/

  • October 6, 2016

    by Teena

    I have a love hate relationship with this web site. I can not believe the above reviewer states the above: (from Germany, although I do not know why that would matter) YET, extremely opinionated reviews are left on this site. One who bases most reviews on ones personal ingredients preferences should in the very least know the diff. between roman and german chamomile!! wtf

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