New in Beauty: Neostrata Hydra Filling Eye Gel Cream

As we continue to wear my masks and have only the top half of our face show, I’m even more critical of my under-eye area. One day it’s puffy, the next day it’s sunken, and it’s always noticeably blue.

neostrata hydra filling eye gel cream

Fortunately for me, Neostrata just launched its new Hydra Filling Eye Gel-Cream.

The Neostrata Hydra Filling Eye Gel-Cream ($48 CAD) is marketed as a quenching gel-cream formulated with Hyaluronic Acid and Polyhydroxy Acids (PHAs) that deliver plumping moisture to the eye contour area to visibly refill and smooth fine lines, resulting in skin appearing intensely hydrated and visibly firmer. It is fragrance-free, Ophthalmologist tested and made for dry and normal skin. Since this product has purple packaging, it is part of Neostrata’s “Correct” collection (I feel like I’ve been living under a rock not knowing that Neostrata’s products are colour-coded).

Key ingredients:

  • Hyaluronic Acid (1% HA Blend)
  • 4% Polyhydroxy Acids (3% Gluconolactone and 1% Lactobionic Acid)
  • Vitamins A, C and E

It comes in a small squeezy tube and contains 15 g of product. The formula is thin and light, but not runny.

neostrata hydra filling eye gel cream

The Neostrata Hydra Filling Eye Gel-Cream is available as of April 1, 2021 – no foolin’!


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