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Wednesday, 10 August 2011

Esmeria Wrinkle Repair Eye Serum

This was bought during my stay in Malaysia last year, and I would say, it's really a great big steal! Esmeria is a brand that I totally have no idea of if not for the recommendation of its Intensive Body Cream by My Women Stuff. It is also a brand that touts natural ingredients, which really caught my attention when I read it.

Esmeria Wrinkle Repair Eye Serum


Available: Caring Pharmacy, Malaysia

Volume: 15ml

Star Properties: Best of nature - No harmful chemicals, PEG, Parabens, SLS, Artificial colourants, and Fragrance. 100% Bioactives and essential oils.

Description

 
Ingredients

Able to last for 9 months upon opening.

Texture

Nothing much to say, because all serums really feel more or less the same. Roughly thick, roughly watery. Easily absorbed, but a little goes a long way.

Effectiveness
Oh, this is the part that I really want to say. YES, the Esmeria Wrinkle Repair Eye Serum is really effective! I find that it does reduces my undereye lines, which is so pervasive ever since I started putting on contact lenses. =( Up till now, I have not come across really effective potions before, other than the Dead Sea Serum. But the Dead Sea serum is more costly than this.

Cost
I would say that all Esmeria products are affordable. I wanted to purchase the full set while I was in Malaysia, but did not as I was still not sure of it. I think that if I go back to Malaysia now and come across a Caring Pharmacy, I would definitely pick up a handful more of Esmeria products!

I love it: 5 hearts.

PS: In fact, my bottle is running so low now that I feel scared. I do have the urge to make a special trip into Malaysia to look for Caring Pharmacy.


Packaging

The paper outer packing is very attractive, with well-balanced colour combination of navy blue, white and a bit of purple.

The container itself is even better! It has to be as the ingredients need to be protected. The plastic is hard plastic that allows it to be vacuum sealed, forming those kind of press-dispense bottles that will automatically be sucked up, and push up the remaining serum, so that there will eventually be nothing left. This means that you get every cent worth of product, with no wastage. It is absolutely my favourite type of packaging.

The plastic cap is also tight, so it wouldn't come off should you decide to bring it overseas.

4 comments:

Valerie Low said...

This was 2 years ago, do u think they still have it now? Because i went to their website, but didint find this :(

Joey Anna said...

Hi Valerie,

this is sad news for me! I do not have Esmeria in my country, so I am not exactly sure if Esmeria still carries the eye serum. Where are you located? If in Malaysia, then I think you might have to make a trip down to the pharmacy to find out. I got it from Caring Pharmacy in Johor Bahru last time.

Valerie Low said...

I live in kl and caring is everywhere, bt i got no time lol, i think ill just call up to ask, whats is the best substitute to this? Mah eyes :`(

Joey Anna said...

haha! I see, I see.

It is extremely difficult to find an eye cream that actually works!!

I think the closest could be Hada Labo Hyaluronic Eye Cream, or Kiehl's Abssiyne Cream (which is very expensive).

 
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