Over the years, our eyes accumulate heavier bags and wrinkles which reveal our age and for those of us who want to still get carded when we go to local bars, this can be a bad thing. Kumaara claims to help solve these problems. If you think it's worth looking into, then...
The question is, will Kumaara product “do the trick” as well as they say it will?
Kumaara is an eye kit that contains three individual products that, when used together, will help enhance the appearance of your eyes dramatically while offering lasting quality results. Inside the kit you will find: a Daily Anti-Oxidant Eye Serum, Luminizing Eye Treatment*, and Radiant Finish Concealer. Kumaara comes in two different formulations- one for lighter skin and one for darker skin. By matching your skin tone, not only can you expect wondrous results but you can also expect the results to look completely natural. Nothing worse than wearing a product that is too light or dark for your skin and drawing unnecessary attention to yourself!
On the website, you can also find user testimonials and an overload of information that will help you decide whether or not the product is right for you. Although you may feel bogged down when reading their massive amount given of information, keep in mind that it is better to be over rather than under informed.
Kumaara is a very expensive product. It's nearly $100 for a two month supply, which is way more than comparable products. It also is not made of all natural ingredients, which is a downer.
Everything that goes into the formula is chosen for its effectiveness. There is a combination of natural and synthetic ingredients.
The naturally occurring ingredients are: Acai berry, goji berry, passion flower, gooseberry, and hibiscus. The man-made ingredients include: Actiflow, Oligogeline, Haloxyl, Eyeseryl, and Matrixyl 3000.
Kumaara is an expensive product compared to its copmetition, and even worse, it doesn't even use all natural ingredients. It's always a risk when you use synthetic ingredients on sensitive parts of your skin, such as your eyes, making this product one to pass on.