</TD></TR><TR><TD class=globalSiteTxt width=359>Eye DoctorÂ® Moisture care for skin around eyes</TD></TR><TR><TD height=15>
</TD></TR><TR><TD class=globalSiteTxt width=359>When fragile skin around eyes shows crinkly dry lines and other unsightly flaws, a twice-daily dose of botanicals are just what the "Doctor" ordered to help them disappear. Nature's highly recommended caretakers, including cooling Cucumber, soothing Rosemary and energizing Ginseng, offer rapid, visible relief. They act firmly to help counter crow's feet, de-pouf puffs and fade dark shadows from sight to make skin around eyes look and feel all better. And Green Tea Extract helps fight off free radical damage. Shows perfect bedside manners, night or day, under makeup or alone.
HOW TO USE: Follow â€œDoctorâ€™sâ€ orders: gently dab around eye area with fingertips, AM and PM.
Eye DoctorÂ® is great for all skins.</TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>
i just checked their site to give you the proper names of what ive tried, and they seeme to have discontinued one of my fave lipsticks! i cant recall the exact name, but its a creamy sheer l/s with a tint of color. there were about 5 colors. argh!
everyone used to rave about the underwear for lashes until every company came out with a lash primer. origins version totally stinks. jmo, of course.
the never a dull moment facial scrub is quite nice, but i wouldnt say it works any better than any other scrub. it has a fun thick texture and a nice smell, though. it has fruit enzymes and is extremely similar to kiehls pineapple papaya facial scrub.
if you were going to try a single product from origins, i would go with the ginger body scrub or the ginger souffle whipped body cream. they have the most amazing fresh ginger scent.
a perfect world for eyes is a decent eye cream, but i didnt find it to be any different than other eye creams, except it smells better.