Monday, June 27, 2011

Review: 100% Pure Organic Coffee Bean Caffeine Eye Cream

This is actually more of a rave than a review.  I have been using the Caffeine Eye Cream for about two years now.  I can't say enough good things about it.  I use it every morning before my makeup and go through a bottle about every six months.  

I have allergies, so every morning I would wake up with my eyes puffy and it would take hours for them to go down.  The first week I used this, the swelling issues went away.  I did forget to pack it one weekend when I was away from home and by Sunday my eyes had blown up again.  This works for me and is a Holy Grail item I will never give up.

Some people have issue with the smell.  To me, it smells like a latte and cream.  The product is 100% pure, so it is going to smell like the ingredients.  I don't drink coffee but really like the smell of it. 

I generally buy mine from during one of their sales.  Retail is $19 for 1 ounce.  Sale price is usually $16-$17.

Ingredients:Organic Green Tea1, Organic Calendula Hydrosol1, Organic Rosehip Oil1, Organic Green Coffee2 Vitamin E (a-tocopherol), Vitamin C (ascorbyl palmitate), Extracts of Coffee Cherry, Organic Rosemary3, Organic Oregano3, Organic Thyme3, Organic Grapefruit Seed3 and Organic Goldenseal4, Organic Vanilla Absolute3, Candelilla Wax


  1. Nice review! I have one review of this amazing product on my blog, too:) Cause I just adore this eye cream. For me is the best one till now. Well said that this is a Holy Grail item :) hehe

  2. I can't say enough good things about this product. It takes down the puffiness, lightens the circles and is just an overall good weight and texture for an eye cream. ♥

  3. We love this eye cream! It is absolutely wonderful! Check out our review on it too!

  4. Thanks for this! I've heard great reviews from a few bloggers.
    It's in my basket for July (when my Drugstore Dollars are active teehee)

  5. An amendment! link is $17.99 is 19.00

    SAME company different prices. How's THAT for marketing! heh

  6. The and inconsistency is laughable at times. Drugstore nearly always wins out.