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Eye Protection with RoC + a Giveaway!

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Traveling just stresses my skin out. Not only that, but since we have been out exploring Iceland nearly back to back, we have barely slept. This leaves my face situation a little rough. Before leaving for our Europe trip, I made sure to pack my RoC Brand eye cream into my beauty bag. It has been saving me a lot these days. Seriously…

Everyday we’ve been here, I have been running on caffeine and maybe a 3 hour nap (I can’t even call it sleep). Waiting for the Northern Lights to appear is a grueling feat, and that’s only one of the adventures we went on. So, as part of my skincare routine, I apply an eye cream before falling asleep, to let the product can revive my worn under-eyes while I rest. For the mornings, I like to wash my face then add a fresh layer before applying makeup so I have it working throughout the day. Even though I’m not showing many signs of aging yet, I truly believe that your mid to late twenties is the time to start preventive care. You don’t want to wait until those fine lines and wrinkles start appearing to treat. Plus, having eye cream really helps with the signs of exhaustion around my eyes.

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When I was preparing my list of things to pack, I got some RoC eye care products. The RoC Brand can be found on the shelves of Duane Reade in the skincare section of the store. I’ve heard so many positive things about this brand, especially the eye cream that I was excited to give it a go. I was not disappointed.

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There are three different eye creams available – suitable for different needs. RoC carries its Retinol Eye Correxion in its original formula and retinol-sensitive formula. In addition to that, there is a 5 in 1, Multi-Correxion cream with Hexinol, which is what I brought with me on the trip.

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For New York metro area residents, RoC Brand will be at Duane Reade for their “Walk the Aisle” event, where you can speak with prominent dermatologists and health experts. They will talk about the benefits of using the different RoC products. So bring your anti-aging and skincare questions!

May 1, 2014

6-7:00 PM

Duane Reade
40 Wall Street, New York, NY 10005

If you are out of town….

There will a Twitter party on April 24th from 12:00-1:00pm Eastern, join in with the hashtag #Eyes4NYC

AND

This giveaway.

PRIZE INCLUDES

RoC® RETINOL CORREXION® Eye Cream
RoC® RETINOL CORREXION® Sensitive Eye Cream
RoC® MULTI CORREXION® 5 in 1 Eye Cream
RoC® RETINOL CORREXION® Deep Wrinkle Night Cream
RoC® RETINOL CORREXION® Deep Wrinkle Daily Moisturizer with Sunscreen BROAD SPECTRUM SPF 30
RoC® RETINOL CORREXION® Deep Wrinkle Serum

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** Open to US residents over 18 years of age **

  • Heather ツ

    Well, in hindsight, I wish I would have started in my early 20’s.

  • http://chachamisu.blogspot.com/ Nataya A

    20s too but I wish could take care of my skin better since at least teenager. I hope this is international giveaway!

  • Kristy

    I can’t wait to try out this eye cream. How exciting about all your travels too!! #client

  • Apneet Kaur

    i’ve actually been thinking i might put an eye cream into my skin care routine. iceland looks like so much fun dude, see ya when you get back <3

  • Julie S

    Can’t start too young. Even as a child you should wear a good spf sunscreen to protect against sun damage. I wish I would have started earlier.

  • Latanya

    mid to late twenties

  • Mahdi Martin

    I think you should start using anti-aging products as soon as you’re born. Tee-hee!

  • HS

    I should start at 20s.

  • Maria J.

    I think it’s safe to start using anti-aging products in your mid 20’s

  • Vera K

    Probably by your late 20’s you should start taking better care of your skin.

  • Brittany Koelmel

    I think mid to early 20s. Especially if you have dry skin.