Nude Bright Eyes Review

I hate feeling and looking tired after a long flight but I don’t like applying makeup right after I land. For a long time I just relied on moisturizers alone to protect my skin so you can imagine my surprise when I stumbled across an eye product that made me look and feel more alive than ever!

The lightweight, oil-free Bright Eyes (14ml) gel contains Aloe Vera and Green Tea to calm and soothe the skin, and Caffeine to energise, stimulate and ease the appearance of fatigue. The native Australian ingredients such as Kakadu Plum, Quandong and Desert Lime also help nourish and protect the delicate eye area from the visible signs of ageing. The roller ball gives a fresh feeling upon application and conveniently delivers just the right amount of product without pulling or pinching the sensitive skin around the eyes. (except from nude by nature)

Nude Bright Eyes promises to brighten the skin around the eyes and make the face appear more awake. I tried out the lightweight and oil-free gel during a flight from Sydney to Copenhagen and I must admit, I’ve never felt so awake after a flight. The roller ball made it easy to apply and the solution really helped calm my skin.

The thing I love most about Nude products is that they’re made from natural products. I’m prone to eczema so it’s nice to find a product that is oil-free so that I don’t break out in a painful rash. Nude bright eyes always makes me feel more refreshed after a flight. It takes a little while before the dark circles start to fade so I usually apply it a couple of times during long-haul flights and again when I get off the plane while I’m waiting in line at customs.

The product is the perfect size for carryon luggage and lasts quite a while. At $19.95 it really is a steal!

I give Nude Bright Eyes five stars.
5 stars


Nude Bright Eyes by nude by nature


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