B.seen by B.liv I’m Wrinkle Eraser

Hello lovelies…

As my age has enter 30 series, I started noticing a few changes on my skin, especially my eyes area. To be honest, eye care routine was beyond my concern during my teenage and early adulthood stage. I skipped using eye cream and sometimes I slept with makeup on my face.

And now…I regret my negligence 😦

How I wish I can turned back time…

Noticing some fine lines and discoloration around my eyes area hit me like a lightning and since that day, I started looking out for a good eye cream that could erase my eye problems.

Recently, I purchased a B.seen by B.liv I’m a Wrinkle Eraser eye cream from an online shop. The retail price is MYR 127.36 (USD 30.82). Quite expensive, I know… but luckily I bought that for MYR 39 (USD 9.44).

That is huge different, right?

The bottle is in a lightweight silver plastic with an eyeball shaped lid. That’s look little bit scary tho’!

Oh well…Halloween is just around the corner, anyway! Maybe I could use that together with my Halloween costume :p


This what the description a.k.a introduction of this product:

Injections, surgical, harsh and expensive treatments – these are the things that women over 35 don’t need to do to fade wrinkles and firm up the skin around the eye-area. I’m wrinkle eraser uses apple stem cells for their well known ability to make up for the cells that die during the aging process. Other key ingredients come to aid damaged cells and improve the skin’s elasticity. Make a pact with i’m wrinkle eraser and you’ll give back what you don’t need anymore, years off your face!

They claim that the product is non-cosmedogenic and hypoallergenic that helps to:

  1. lightens deep & crow’s feet wrinkles;
  2. lifts-up droopy eye lids;
  3. improves the elasticity of the skin;
  4. prevents hollow under eyes; and
  5. hydrates the skin.

The ingredients:

Water (Purified Aqua), Aloe Vera (Aloe barbadensis) Leaf Extract, Silica, Butylene Glycol, C12-15 Alkyl Benzoate, Placental Protein (Placenta Extract), Glycerin, Squalane, Apple (Malus domestica) Fruit Cell, Culture, n-Hydroxysuccinimide, Chrysin, Palmitoyl Oligopeptide, Palmitoyl Tetrapeptide-7, Hydrolyzed Soy Protein, Oat (Avena sative) Kernel Extract, French Rose (Rosa gallica) Flower Extract, Damask Rose (Rosa damascene) Flower Oil, Galactoarabinan, Dioscorea Villosa (Wild Yam)Root Extract, Tea (Camellia oleifera) Seed Oil, Cetearyl Glucoside, Behenyl Alcohol, Shea Butter (Butyrospermum parkii), Alaria Esculenta Extract, Glyceryl Stearate, Vitamin E (Tocopheryl Acetate), Sodium Hyaluronate, Chlorphenesin, Allantoin, Fragrance.

The texture is like a lotion. Not too thick and not to watery like an essence. It’s fast absorbing and hydrated my skin without feeling sticky or greasy.

I love it!

And the smell is good, too!

After a few weeks of trying this product, I would say this product does hydrate my skin but I don’t see any effects on my fine lines and my dark circles.

Maybe the effects will show if I religiously using this until the last drop and till that day, I would decide about repurchase this item ever again.

Girls…what’s your favorite eye cream/gel/serum? Please share your opinion or suggestion in the comment below. I would love to hear from you 🙂

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11 thoughts on “B.seen by B.liv I’m Wrinkle Eraser

  1. I’m in the same boat…I turned 30 last year and never thought about eye creams until recently. Now I’m panicking about it haha. Great review 🙂 I haven’t found any I love yet so it’s good to hear about products in depth!

      1. I’ve been using Skinceuticals for the retinol but retinol has been around for so long that I think any brand will have the same effect. Peptides and EGF are newer. Theordinary.com has Matrixyl which has some good peptides. I’ve also tried the nurse Jamie EGF for eyes but it doesn’t seem to work. I’m in Seoul now and they seem to have some good brands with EGF here. The brand I like so far is Pretty Skin 24K, placenta and EGF. Not sure if that’s allowed in the U.S. though

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