Exclusive Reader Offer: Pai Echium Organic Eye Cream

pai sensitive skin care

I’m a long-term fan of Pai’s Echium Organic Eye Cream. I get terribly sore skin around my eyes after beauty shoots and I find it instantly calming and soothing – I often use it in a thicker layer as a leave-on mask during the day as well as a normal eye cream at night. If you have very sensitive or easily irritated eyes (mine seem to react badly to certain black eyeliners and kohl pencils and black shadow pigments) then this is your dream cream. It’s incredibly gentle.

Gentle, but not in a sappy and useless way; the cream is rich in powerful forms of Omega 3 & 6 to keep the delicate skin around the eyes feeling soft and looking plump and fresh. Alcohol free, sensible  packaging and a completely transparent list of ingredients, which you can find right here.

Pai are offering readers of A Model Recommends a free full-size Echium Organic Eye Cream, worth £30, with every spend of £45 and over. If I could be so bold as to make a suggestion: pick up one of the gorgeous Christmas gift sets (£20 here)…

pai organic skincare gift set

…which include travel sizes of the calming or balancing skincare routine, and then a Copaiba AHA Mask (review here, mask is £30 here) and you’ve got a full-on sensitive skin beauty set! (Or if you’re in the giving mood, a mask for yourself and a really lovely present for someone special. Whatever floats your boat.)

pai organic skincare gift set

Every order of £45 or over will receive a free eye cream and this offer will run from now until midnight on the 9th December. The code you need to use is AMREYES. If you’d like to read my original eye cream review (I think it was about three years ago now) then you can find that here.


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