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Bliss Firm, Baby, Firm Total Eye System Review

December 4, 2013

During the Sephora VIB sale last month, one of the few things I hauled was Bliss Firm, Baby, Firm Total Eye System, a dual-ended eye treatment that claims to firm and smoothe the eye area while reducing the appearance of dry fine lines and wrinkles.

Bliss Firm, Baby, Firm Total Eye System review

The two treatments – Upper Lid Firming Gel and Under-eye Hydrating Cream – are hooked together through a connector and contain 0.25 oz of product each. The 99% active, water-free formula contains patented, irritation-reducing ingredients you find in the Firm, Baby, Firm Facial available at Bliss Spas worldwide, along with a soothing aloe base.

Key ingredients are:

X-50 Cell Targeting Peptides to add volume by plumping skin from the inside out.
Gardenia Stem Cells to improve skin laxity by supporting natural collagen and elasticity for a lifting effect.
Phyto-Retinoid to minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Instalift Goji to lift and firms the look of stubborn browbone sagging while providing a long-term tightening, smoothing, and lifting effect to the eyelid.
Actiflow Technology, which increases micro-circulation under the puffy eye area, diminishing the look of dark circles and puffy undereye bags and contain a powerful line filler for instant wrinkle filling.

The Upper Lid Firming Gel is a clear gel that can be used on the upper eye area in the AM and PM. The second I patted it on, I felt a lifting and firming effect and the multiple creases problem I have seemed to have improved a bit over time.

The Under-eye Hydrating Cream, on the other hand, is a light cream for the undereye area. It can be used in the morning and at night as well. It had a semi-velvety texture that sank in immediately, just like MAC Fast Response Eye Cream. To me, it was a very basic eye cream that kept my undereye area moisturized and worked nicely under foundation and concealer. I did not notice any significant improvement in my undereye circles and I cannot comment on how well it works against fine lines or winkles since I do not have any.

Bliss Firm, Baby, Firm Total Eye System is available at Sephora for $68.

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1 Comment

  • Reply sarah December 6, 2013 at 3:32 pm

    thats great that you noticed your multiple creases diminish over time. sometimes im very skeptical of these firming products. i feel like a crazy person checking in the mirror every couple of days.. i always think i see a difference, but maybe its just me looking too hard?

    xoxo Sarah (xlicious girl)

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