This £47 eye cream is the most Googled beauty product of 2018

This £47 eye cream is the most Googled beauty product of 2018

December 19, 2018

Is this the world’s best eye cream? £47 formula claims to mimic the effect of Botox in a jar – and it’s the most Googled beauty product of 2018

  • French brand Filorga’s go-to beauty product has received five star reviews 
  • Contains Tripeptide and Hyaluronic Acid to mimic the effect of Botox
  • Became a hit after it was included in the M&S advent calendar
  • Beat GHD and Fenty Beauty to become most searched for product 

An eye cream that promises to mimic the effects of Botox has been revealed as the most Googled beauty product of 2018. 

French brand, Filorga’s Time-Filler Eyes eye cream had more searches than cult brands such as GHD straighteners, Huda Beauty, as well as Urban Decay and Fenty Beauty cosmetics this past year.

The company, which was founded in 1978, creates products that promise similar anti-ageing effects to injectibles have in an at-home formula. 

The £47 product came to the fore when Marks & Spencer’s included its beauty advent calendar, prompting searches to soar in the past few months and the retailer to sell out. 

Skincare products have proved to dominate Google search over the last year, which makes it no surprise the most popular item is an eye cream

Filorga’s Time-Filler Eyes has been ranked the number one beauty and skincare product of 2018 as it has been most searched for 

The highly coveted item, which contains ‘Botox-like active ingredients’ targets three main issues people want to address; wrinkles, eyelids and lashes, as well as under-eye hollows and dark circles.’

It contains wonder ingredient Hyaluronic Acid, which helps the skin retain its natural moisturise and promotes the production of new cells. 

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Tripeptide works to stimulate collagen production, which can plump up wrinkled skin.  

The formula, which costs $59 from Nordstrom in the U.S., acts to plump hollow areas to help reduce the appearance of dark eye bags, the active ingredients act to firm the area around the socket. 

What’s in Filorga’s Time-Filler Eyes cream? 

Hyaluronic Acid: Holds in moisture and stimulates the skin to repair cells. 

Tripeptide: Amino acids that help stimulate collagen production to lift and plump up tired or wrinkled skin. 

Meanwhile, a lifting complex helps to volumise lashes to give the appearance of looking wide-eyed. 

Only a few drops of the Filorga product should be applied around the eyes contour, as well as upper eyelid and root of the eyelashes every morning and evening.  

The product has received numerous five star reviews online. 

One customer raved about the item on Feel Unique website, which stocks the item: ‘Filorga is one of the best brands I have ever used as far as moisturisers go.

‘It actually does improve the texture and quality of the skin, both eye cream and face cream, smoothes fine lines and wrinkles and the eye cream also does a very good job conditioning the lashes thereby enhancing any mascara used.’

The product has received numerous five star reviews online and has sold out at M&S after it was included in the retailer’s beauty advent calendar 

A second wrote: ‘At the moment this is my favourite eye cream. Even my upper eyelids started showing promising changes in a very short time. 

‘I like the texture and it applies easily, not much is needed. I’m glad I purchased it. My skin is very very sensitive, no issues with this cream.’

Although Filorga’s Time-Filler Eyes has sold out at M&S, it is still available to purchase from Feel Unique, Debenhams, Look Fantastic and Amazon.  

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