Milk has been a prized beauty ingredient since ancient times--Cleopatra was rumored to indulge in milk baths as well as the Biblical figure, Bathsheba, who wooed King David when he spotted her bathing in dairy.
, an indie beauty brand has capitalized on this ancient beauty secret, just as the nationwide yogurt craze
has reached critical mass.
The company’s “Eye Caramba
” cream (retail value: $26.99 for two 2.5 oz. cups) will "moisten and tighten and brighten" the “sensitive area around the eyes,” and is “also beneficial for the whole face,” according to the company.
The cream, which comes in cute yogurt-sized cups, is formulated with high-fermented milk fat, which “helps to break down and remove dead skin cells and...stimulate collagen production.”
A company rep recommends leaving it on for 5-20 minutes, 3-4 times per week, but says that most “see results after the first time.”
Best of all, they tout that the eye cream works on skin-types across the board--“normal, radiant, highly sensitive, dry, oily, combination or just plain undernourished.”
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