A Good Nights Sleep In A Tube: Time Bomb Black Ops Dark Circle Rescue

If there was one thing I’d pay a small fortune to rectify, then it would be the dark circles and discolouration underneath my eyes. As soon as I have a dodgy nights sleep it appears underneath my eyes like a bad reminder of a nightmare; there’s no escaping the grey tones, dull skin and sagging area that meets the top of my cheeks. I’m always on the hunt for eye creams that will not only improve the appearance of this delicate skin area over time, but also provide instant relief and help reduce my dependence upon heavy duty concealer. I’ve been trying out a number of eye creams over the last few months, but this little gem from Lulu’s skincare range ‘Time Bomb’ has beaten them all hands down.  Black Ops Dark Circle Rescue eye cream is lightweight and quickly absorbed, leaving under-eye circles feeling tighter and instantly brighter.

Thanks to the clinically tested formula, this eye cream helps to reflect the light and provide the appearance of brighter eyes while simultaneously neutralising dark areas. Even on the mornings where I look like a truck parked underneath each eye overnight, a dab of this can help plump skin and make me look much more awake. The formula contains Vitamin B3 to promote blood flow and prevent accumulation that often appears as darkness, Horse Chestnut Extract which diminishes swelling and acts as an anti-inflammatory, Chia Oil to improve skin quality and suppleness, Caffeine to speed blood flow and help skin look brighter, as well as a melanin inhibitor to counteract hyperpigmentation and discolouration.

I adore the fact I can apply a dab of this, add a touch of serum to my face and get on with styling my hair, knowing that within a few minutes my eyes will look ten times better.  The Black Ops Dark Circle Rescue means I only need a small amount of concealer to even out my skin tone, rather than a shovel and a pot of thick gloopy beige stuff. At £36.00 for a small tube it’s certainly not cheap, but I could honestly say I would re-purchase this in a second as soon as it runs out – very few eye creams leave me wanting more, rather than moving on to the next thing, but this ensures just that.

Are you a fan of eye creams? Have you ever tried the Time Bomb range?

The Black Ops Dark Circle Rescue eye cream is available online or via QVC priced £36.00



  1. magan
    December 26, 2014 / 2:53 pm

    I need it desperately!!

  2. Mary Bloomy
    December 26, 2014 / 10:26 pm

    I'm not a huge fan of eye creams, never seem to notice a difference but this one looks promising! It's not the cheapest but well if it works it's a great investment 🙂 xx Mary Bloomy

  3. Tricia
    December 27, 2014 / 1:19 am

    I wanna try this out. It seems like a good one based on your review. So curious about it…..

  4. Dannie - Famous in Japan
    December 27, 2014 / 12:03 pm

    Oh wow 🙂 this sounds amazing! I haven't tried anything from Time Bomb but I know that my friend tried some of their skincare and she said it was amazing 🙂 Dannie xwww.famousinjapan.co.uk

  5. Heather Nixon
    December 30, 2014 / 7:01 pm

    Sounds like a great product, I will have to look out for this! Heather | Of Beauty & Nothingness

  6. Morgana Lefay
    January 1, 2015 / 2:52 pm

    I love that kind of products…

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