Boots' £10 'Botox alternative' serum is said to work so effectively on sagging eyes that a bottle sells every 30 seconds
13.02.2024 - 11:54
An anti-ageing eye cream that's been hailed a 'Botox alternative' and is claimed to reduce the visibility of fines lines and wrinkles around the eyes, as well as lightening dark circles, has been reduced to £10 for one day at Boots. The anti-wrinkle cream, which typically retails for £27.99, is said to work so effectively one bottle sells every 30 seconds.
For today only (February 13) the RoC Retinol Correxion Line Smoothing Eye Cream has been slashed to £10, offering a total saving of almost £18. The product promises to visibly reduce puffiness, brighten the skin around the eyes and reduce fine lines by 50 per cent within the first four weeks, whilst having zero irritation.
The Correxion Line Smoothing Eye Cream has been formulated with pure retinol and RoC's mineral complex which 'promotes cell turnover' and helps to nourish and care for your eyes. The cream is said to work 'so well' that bottle is sold every 30 seconds, according to the brand.
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Designed for dramatic results but gentle enough for daily use around the delicate eye area, the clinically formulated cream reduces crow's feet by 50% with continued use in 12 weeks. To use, apply small dots around the eye area in the morning and night, gently smoothing until fully absorbed
The RoC Retinol Correxion Line Smoothing Eye Cream has racked up an impressive 4.5 star-rating from over 4,780 reviews. One Boots customer said: "I really like this eye cream. I use it at night and my under eyes are so much
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