Elizavecca Gold CF-Nest White Bomb Eye Cream

Hi there! Today’s post is about my (relatively) new Elizavecca Gold CF-Nest White Bomb Eye Cream. I bought this eye cream in early December last year, and I started to use it about 6 weeks ago (after I lost 2 part-used Superdrug eye creams to my underwear drawer…).

Now, what does this Elizavecca eye cream claim to do? It promises to brighten skin and to help with wrinkles – well, that’s what I gather from Elizavecca’s web site. But I cannot be entirely sure because it appears they overdid it with google translate! 😀 Moving on… like I said, I’ve been using this eye cream for 6 weeks now, so let me tell you if it’s any good.
This eye cream is probably the most nourishing eye cream I’ve ever had. It’s quite rich, but it plays very well with my make-up. I haven’t noticed any issues with make-up balling up or sliding off. However, I don’t think this eye cream has had any brightening effect, and I don’t think it would have an effect on wrinkles.

I would recommend this eye cream to anyone who’s looking for a hydrating eye cream that sits well under make-up. I paid £9.99 for a big 30ml tube (TK Maxx). So whilst this eye cream doesn’t work wonders, I think it’s good value nonetheless!

Have you tried Elizavecca’s Gold CF-Nest White Bomb Eye Cream or any other Elizavecca products? Feel free to get in touch via the comments. And thanks for reading!

Mrs Strawberry Blonde

8 thoughts on “Elizavecca Gold CF-Nest White Bomb Eye Cream

  1. I want to hear more about how you lost your Superdrug eye creams in your underwear drawer! XD
    Is Elizavecca a Korean brand? The word “nest” and “bomb” in the product name leads me to think so…

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    • Yes, it’s a Korean brand. 🙂

      About the drawer… well, I have lots of stuff I use on a daily basis on top of the drawer. And sometimes it just happens that, whilst I’m going through the drawer, I knock over a bottle or something else… larger bottles or body butter tubs are easy to find, but these tiny eye cream tubes are gone the moment they hit fabric. But I’ll go through the drawer soon, I promise. Mission ‘retrieve’ is about to happen. 🙂


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