Sunday, 23 July 2017

Christian Breton Eye Priority

Christian Breton, an expert in Eye Treatment has, using his 25 years of experience created a range called Eye Priority and it is a range which comes together to care for the most sensitive part of your face - the eye area.  That extensive range has an impressive 18 products which are designed to tackle a variety of eye concerns based on the use of Cryotherapy, something that really interests and intrigues me. The area around the eye is five times more sensitive than the rest of the face and is always the first to show tiredness, lack of sleep and because of that sensitivity, it is here that the first signs of ageing begins to appear along with wrinkles and fine lines.
Christian Breton Eye Priority
For me, my main eye concerns as I've mentioned in previous posts is that I find it incredibly hard to sit back and relax, switch off and sometimes insomnia sets in and sleep becomes a luxury, so for me, eye products are an absolute must. TO that end I have three lovely products which I have been using.

Eyecare Anti Fatigue - If you have tired eyes, the kind that you just want to rub with your fists until you either wake up or fall asleep, then this is the product you need.  Inside the pot is a cooling gel formula and it is said that helps to relieve signs of ageing and fatigue around the delicate eye area and pays specific attention to and targets puffiness, dark circles and fine lines. 
Christian Breton Eye Priority
I find it incredibly relaxing to apply and because the non-oily gel delivers a cooling sensation upon application there is no need to use a rollerball or any other form of facial tool, it does everything for you in one application. I also found that it absorbed effortlessly into the skin and because it has both and melts in effortlessly to calming and decongesting properties any darkness and puffiness under the eye slowly fades away. Priced at £45 for 15ml it is worthy of the investment if you want to alleviate any of the issues mentioned and you can find it here.

Masque Yeux Perfection - This is described as being a perfecting and lifting eye mask and it is a really nice treat for those tired and weary eyes. I find that spending most of my day in front of a computer does irritate my eyes, they do become dry and itchy and I rely on facial masks to keep me alert and add that much-needed moisture throughout the day.  
Christian Breton Eye Priority
This product has a luxuriously rich texture which,  not only replenishes moisture but is also designed to target signs of ageing and fatigue around the delicate eye area.  Using ingredients such as Aloe extract and antioxidant Vitamin E, the eye cream delivers what is referred to as 'a comforting veil onto skin' and it is hydrating and it does to restore lost moisture to leave my eyes feeling a lot smoother and refreshed. I just don't have enough lines and wrinkles around my eyes (thankfully) to confirm whether or not it does visibly reduce the appearance of lines and creases.  Again, this product is priced at £39 and you can find it here.


The final product is my favourite of the three I have tried and they are the Anti-wrinkle Hydrogel eye contour masks which claim to transform skin in just 25 minutes. The anti-ageing patches are quick and simple to apply; simply remove the film and place on the under-eye area, much like any other eye mask you might have used.  
Christian Breton Eye Priority
Once they have been applied, the masks provide an instant boost to visibly awaken that eye contour.area.  They are enriched with Kaolin, Vitamin E and Collagen, all of which work to offer essential hydration and nourishment to the eye area. Then Ubiquinone works to visibly smooth the skin to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Priced at £27 for a pack of three, you can find them right here.

If eye care is important to you, then this range is well worth looking into. I have absolutely loved using it and it is a brand that lives up to its claims and it promises!

















*this post contains PR samples unless indicated otherwise

17 comments:

  1. I love the idea of the eye cream being cooling. I feel like my eyes have been hot all summer!

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  2. I really enjoy some of this range too!

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  3. I could definitely do with trying some of these products! xx

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  4. I love the idea of the eye contour masks. I'm currently trying their SOS balm and it's wonderful.

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  5. Oh wow this whole range sounds amazing! I really struggle finding good eye care so I'll definitely need to check this out!
    Chantelle x
    The Girl In The Tartan Scarf

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  6. Another brand I haven't heard of - it sounds great x

    www.ofbeautyandnothingness.co.uk

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  7. I've never tried anything from the brand before, although I've heard good things. The range sounds fab! X

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  8. I love the sound of these eye contour masks! x

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  9. I like those masks, they're a good treat for tired eyes x

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  10. Everything here I need for my eyes, those eye masks sound absolutely amazing xx

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  11. Oooo they look so good! I love the idea of it! I need to be better with eye care!

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  12. The masks sound so interesting! Such a fab brand.

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  13. Yes I need the anti fagiue! I am a serial eye rubber Rach xxx

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  14. These all sound amazing, I need all the help I can get with getting next to no sleep, those masks sound great, nice to know they live up to their claims too, sounds like a great brand xxx

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  15. Eye masks are amazing! They really help reduce puffiness x

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  16. The anti fatigue product sounds lovely!

    Rachel | Hey Rachieface

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