Monday, November 24, 2014

Gloss48 + Furlesse Crows

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Gloss48 + Furlesse Crows

  I approach any eye product with trepidation and most the time, I just ignore them.  I've got bags and circles as a birthright and my best defense, through trial and error, has been to simply leave them alone.  When I first saw the Furlesse Crows line reducing patches, I was very skeptical and quite honestly dreaded and so procrastinated reviewing them (yes, my past experiences have been that bad).  These things are different, though-- they're patches and they're targeted to the outer corner and very outer perimeter of the eye, leaving the delicate undereye skin best left untouched completely alone.



Gloss48 + Furlesse Crows review
Gloss48 + Furlesse Crows

  The idea is that these thin little patches hold your squinty areas stationary for your desired amount of time (whether it's overnight or just an hour).  It's basically a little piece of skin friendly tape, not a long term solution, but rather a quick fix-- and one that works, beautifully.  It sounds rather bizarre, right?  Well, I'm sold.

Gloss48 + Furlesse Crows
Gloss48 + Furlesse Crows
  Each packet comes with a 30 day supply.  They peel easily off their backing, apply easily, and remove easily from skin.  Everything about these is easy peasy, and surprising!  The difference in my eye area smoothness, even after the minimum hour, is highly noticeable, with no untoward crepiness or excessive puffiness.  I'm using these things, guys and gals!  

Gloss48 + Furlesse Crows
Gloss48 + Furlesse Crows
  The Furlesse line includes patches for brow crease ("Elevens"), forehead ("Rows"), smile lines ("Lip-sticks"), and of course, crows' feet ("Crows").  Right now, Furlesse is a featured product on gloss48.com, regularly priced at $20 a pack but on sale for $16 until November 20th.  Gloss48 orders ship for a flat rate of $5.95 for anything under $50; orders over $50 ship for free.

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  Thank you for reading and have a beautiful, line free day!! ♥
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22 comments:

  1. This looks like an interesting product. How long do the effects last? I haven't really forayed into any eye creams or similar products but maybe someday I might need something like this. ;)

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    1. Well, I don't have much of a problem yet and after 9 hours of work, the effect might be starting to wear off. I wore them for just under an hour this morning. I think, the deeper your lines, the more beneficial it is to keep them on longer.

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  2. Hmmm, this might be interesting for those days you need to look fresher than you feel...

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    1. Well, that's just it and I don't really have much of a line problem yet... The fact that I could still see a difference was cool so yeah, great for a sort of pick me up, definitely :)

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  3. What an interesting idea behind this product.

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    1. Totally! I think the forehead ones would be fun to try.

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  4. Sounds promising! I want to see a before and after!

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    1. Lolol, no. My unmade-up under eyes are scary, lol. I'd have to do some serious cropping. Well, maybe I could, now that I think about it...

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  5. These things sound awesome! I'm always weary of trying new eye products because I have such sensitive eyes. I could benefit from the forehead ones! lol

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    1. These are latex free and hypoallergenic, if that makes a difference... My eyes themselves aren't so sensitive but my undereye skin sure is and I think my amazement that these didn't exacerbate anything impressed me more than the actual effects. lol.

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    1. Yes, nothing you have to worry about yet, but they are pretty great :)

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  7. How cool! I've never tried anything like this before. I'm glad you liked them!

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    1. Right?! I'd never seen anything like it! They're awesome and I want to try more :)

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  8. Sounds like a good idea. Though I'm a bit iffy about using things on my eyes :-| Don't even wear mascara or eyeshadow :-| :-O

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    1. Well, doll, these are hypoallergenic but I know not even that matters when you're super sensitive.

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  9. Hmm..looks interesting I'm always looking for something to smooth out my undereye area

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    1. Do try these, then! Bear in mind, though, that they smooth the very outer perimeters only.

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  10. I've tried something similar & they were nifty!

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    1. Yeah, they're just kind of cool, right? :)

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    1. It is! I'm stoked I got to give them a shot because I never would have sought out something like this.

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