#Review: Bee Naturals Peeper Keeper Eye Balm

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For review, I was sent a little jar of Bee Naturals Queen Bee Peeper Keeper Eye Balm. I was excited to try out this product because I’ve never tried an eye balm before. I’m not one to use chemicals on my delicate eye areas, so I was pleased to see the ingredients list contains all natural ingredients, and I can pronounce everything!


As Bee Naturals states, Peeper Keeper is designed to keep wrinkles away, hydrate and rejuvenate damaged skin, and is made specifically to target trouble areas (like crows feet and smile lines). It contains only a handful of ingredients, which are: Oil, Jojoba Oil, Unbleached Beeswax, Sunflower Oil, Avocado Oil, Sesame Oil, Carrot Seed Oil, Meadowfoam Seed Oil, Shea Oil, Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E), Coconut 0il and 0at 0il.

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I like the consistency of the balm. It doesn’t feel too oily, yet it still feels hydrating. I’ve been enjoy using it as an overnight balm. It’s good for all the delicate areas around my eyes, as well as the top of cheeks. I have pretty sensitive eye areas and this balm doesn’t bother me. My eyes have a tendency to water if I put much of anything near them, but this Peeper Keeper does bother them.

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Overall, I’ve been enjoying using this Peeper Keeper Eye Balm and intend on continuing to use it until it is all gone. If you’re in the market for an eye balm, I would suggest checking this one out to see if it’s right for you. I know I would much rather be using Peeper Keeper than and eye balm with ingredients I don’t even know.

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6 thoughts on “#Review: Bee Naturals Peeper Keeper Eye Balm

  1. The timing of this post is great. I’ve been looking for a great eye balm I can use to rejuvenate the skin under my eyes. Thank you for sharing this. I would sure check it out.

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