Maybelline Instant Age Rewind Eraser Treatment for Dark Circles Review

Happy December! I can’t believe there’s only 24 more days until Christmas. I hope to show off some great holiday finds this month but first let’s cover those dark circles!

When you’re over 40 covering dark circles is a must and being that I have fair skin I often look like part of the cast of The Walking Dead without a good under eye concealer. I just found the Maybelline Instant Age Rewind Eraser Treatment for Dark Circles and I’m in love with this formula!

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What’s to love?

First, I am such a package geek and the Instant Age Eraser looks like something out of Star Wars. There is a clear hard plastic tube that holds the concealer and a half-round puff at the top to apply.

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Now I have to say that it took me a few minutes to figure this out. You need to twist the red band (it will click) to get the product flowing out of the top.

I picked the Fair (110) shade and it matches my skin perfectly. I just used the stick like a marker under my eyes and blended a bit with my finger for the perfect coverage. I was thrilled with the results.

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According to Maybelline the product is “infused with goji berry and collagen to tighten and improve skin elasticity.” and I have to say that my skin did feel tighter after application.

The product has very little scent and feels like a high-end brand to me. It’s Made In Canada.

I got my stick for $6.79 at Target which is a great price. My only concern with this product is that you probably have to replace it every month or so because of the fluffy tip which is fine because it’s not very expensive. Maybelline does state that it’s got an anti-microbial system to which is good.

Overall I am very happy with this stick and would purchase it again.

Also check out my Over 40 5-Minute Makeover Challenge on YouTube. I use the Maybelline Age Rewind as part of my routine.

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17 thoughts on “Maybelline Instant Age Rewind Eraser Treatment for Dark Circles Review

  1. beautyglossips says:

    I just bought this two days back and have been loving it! However I find it really tricky to use it with the applicator alone. Do you use a brush/sponge to blend the product? I tried a damp Real techniques sponge but the sponge drinks up most of the concealer and I hate the drag when using brushes, maybe I’m using the wrong brush. My last tool – my finger- blends well but takes way too long.

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