Unboxing The Ordinary Multi-Peptide Eye Serum
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The Multi-Peptide Eye Serum Review
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All about The Ordinary Multi-Peptide Eye Serum
- What does The Multi Peptide Eye Serum do?
- When to use Multi-Peptide Eye Serum
- How to use The Ordinary Eye Serum
- Conflicts – what should I not mix with The Ordinary Multi-Peptide Eye Serum
- Reviews of Multi-Peptide Eye Serum
- FAQS – All your questions answered
What does the Ordinary Multi-Peptide Eye Serum do?
A multi-technology peptide eye serum to target signs of ageing around the eye.
The Ordinary Multi-Peptide Eye Serum Targets
- Signs of Ageing
- Dark Circles
How do I use The Ordinary Peptide Eye Serum
Apply a small amount to the eye contour in your morning and evening routine. Some people apply directly after cleansing, some people apply after 1 water-based product and some after all their water-based products. Do what feels right for you. I like to apply directly after cleansing.
Texture & Smell of the new eye serum
This is a very lightweight water solution and feels lovely on my skin. There is a slight smell to this but nothing too intense.
Price: 29.60 CAD | 25.00 USD | 19.90 GBP
The New Eye Serum Conflicts
The Ordinary´s response when I asked them about conflicts. The Ordinary Multi-Peptide Eye Serum is formulated for use around the eye area; as such, there are no product conflicts. However, it should be noted that this product contains peptides and, if used on other areas of the face, is susceptible to degradation when used alongside direct acids, Direct & Ethylated Vitamin C, and Resveratrol + Ferulic Acid!
- Direct Acids
- Direct Vitamin C
- Resveratrol & Ferulic Acid
PAO of The Ordinary Peptide Eye Serum – Period after opening is 6 months
Reviews of The Ordinary Multi-Peptide Eye Serum
This product is new, so there aren´t any current reviews. I can tell you that this product has a lovely texture. It glides on beautifully around the eye area and leaves it feeling hydrated for hours. So far, I really like it, but will it brighten my under-eye area? Let´s see! I´ll keep you updated.
FAQs about The Ordinary Multi-Peptide Eye Serum
Some of these questions have been asked and answered by The Ordinary on Social Media.
Does The Ordinary Multi-Peptide Eye Serum work? 74% of the #deciemaddicts love it.
I asked The Ordinary if there were any conflicts with this product, as direct acids, direct vitamin C and Resveratrol & Ferulic Acid are all listed as conflicts on the website. The Ordinary Multi-Peptide Eye Serum is formulated for use around the eye area; as such, there are no product conflicts. However, it should be noted that this product contains peptides and, if used on other areas of the face, is susceptible to degradation when used alongside direct acids, Direct & Ethylated Vitamin C, and Resveratrol + Ferulic Acid!
How does this new Multi-Peptide eye serum compare to NIOD FECC? NIOD FECC and The Ordinary Multi-Peptide Eye Serum target puffiness, dark circles, and multiple signs of ageing around the eyes. However, FECC is formulated alongside advanced delivery systems and a wider variety of peptides, allowing it to further target the looks of crow’s feet, under-eye lines and wrinkles, and loss of elasticity.
Why is this new The Ordinary Eye Serum such a high price? This formula comes at a higher price point than many other products due to the high concentration of actives required to address multiple eye area concerns at once. However, a little does go a long way to target multiple signs of ageing, puffiness and dark circles. To target puffiness and dark circles specifically, you may want to explore our Caffeine Solution 5% + EGCG.
Can I use Multi-Peptide Eye serum on top of the Buffet + Copper Peptides? You can use both if you wish
More FAQs about The Ordinary Eye Serum
Could I use this product with the Caffeine solution? Yes, it can. Apply this product first.
Could you use this with NIOD FECC? Yes, you can. Both are similar in texture, so apply either first.
What is the difference between this product and the Caffeine Solution? Caffeine Solution 5% + EGCG does not target signs of ageing.
How does the Multi-Peptide Eye serum compare to Hylamide Sub Q Eyes? Hylamide SubQ Eyes was formulated in 2015. Rather than directly matching SubQ Eyes’ ingredient list, we have learned from its success—borrowing some of its most effective ingredients and combining them alongside new technologies in The Ordinary’s Multi-Peptide Eye Serum. This new formulation includes acetyl tetrapeptide-5 bio-technologies such as n-acetyl glucosamine (NAG) and a combination of niacinamide and ash bark extract. These work synergistically to address common eye concerns, such as puffiness, dark circles, and crow’s feet.
How different is this from the Multi-Peptide Serum + HA (Buffet)? The Ordinary Multi-peptide Eye Serum contains a blend of peptides specifically targeting the signs of ageing around the eye area, such as lines and wrinkles. While our other peptides, such as Multi-Peptide + HA, Argireline, and Matrixyl, can be used around the eyes, they were not explicitly formulated for the eye area and do not have the capacity to reduce the look of puffiness and dark circles!
Other The Ordinary Multi-Peptide Products
- The Ordinary Multi-Peptide + HA Serum (was Buffet)
- The Ordinary Multi-Peptide Lash & Brow Serum
- The Ordinary Multi-Peptide Serum for Hair Density