Bulldog Skincare For Men Eye Roll-On Original: Analysis And Alternative

The Bulldog Skincare for Men brand designs their products especially for men, and they never add parabens, SLS, artificial colors, synthetic fragrances or ingredients of animal origin, so it looks good in principle.

Among its Original range, there is the eye contour with a roll-on applicator, to facilitate the application and cool the area, thus reducing inflammation.

But what really interests us are its ingredients. That is why we are going to analyze them one by one, and then I will tell you if the product is worth it, or not.

As a reading for later, I recommend this interesting Analysis of the Best Eye Contours for Men , where I analyze the INCI of each of them.

Bulldog Skincare for Men Eye Roll-on Original Review

  • Glycerin : Tested in ClarinsMen’s anti-wrinkle cream .
  • Ethylhexyl stearate : Analyzed in Caudalie’s Premier Cru contour .
  • Persea gratissima (Avocado) oil : Tested in Nezeni Cosmetics anti-wrinkle cream as Avoca oil.
  • Cetearyl alcohol : Analyzed in Kiehl’s Midnight Recovery contour .
  • Cucumis sativus (Cucumber) seed oil : Tested in Clinique For Men’s wrinkle cream as Cucumis Sativus Fruit Extract.
  • Pfaffia Paniculata Root Extract: Extract from the root of Suma or Ginseng from Brazil, a root rich in ecdysteroids, capable of eliminating free radicals throughout the body. Additionally, it has been shown to increase superoxide dismutase in human skin cells, protecting them from damage. Ecdysteroids can also speed up the skin’s healing process. When applied to the skin, it can reduce the appearance of dark circles under the eyes. These dark circles (periorbital hyperchromia) occur as a side effect of inflammatory activity, which causes blood to become congested in the narrow capillaries around the eyes, resulting in a dark or bruised appearance. Suma root extract improves the appearance of “dark circles” in up to 90% of users. The root also contains pfaffosides,
  • Ptychopetalum Olacoides Bark / Stem Extract : Extract from the bark / stem of the muira puama tree, with antioxidant compounds that help reduce dark circles and puffiness and puffiness under the eyes.
  • Borago officinalis seed oil : Borage seed oil , a rich source of the essential fatty acid gamma linolenic acid (GLA). The most beneficial aspect of using borage oil is that it has strong anti-inflammatory effects. That is why it is of great help in the treatment of inflammatory skin disorders, such as eczema. GLA has been shown to correct deficiencies in skin lipids, which result in increased inflammation, leading to rashes, including those typical of eczema.
  • Panicum Miliaceum (Millet) Seed Extract : Extract from millet seeds that has no established benefit for the skin, but is added to cosmetic preparations as a skin softening agent.
  • Lilium flower extract , Harmonic Calm on Decleer contour analyzed.
  • Sodium stearoyl glutamate : Organic compound with little information about it, but it is known as a surfactant, consistency regulator and moisturizer.
  • Benzoic acid : Analyzed in Mercadona’s Sisbela contour .
  • Xanthan gum : Analyzed in L’Oreal Men Expert’s Vita Lift 5 anti-wrinkle cream .
  • Tannic acid : Tannic acid (also known as tannins) is a compound rich in plant polyphenols, powerful antioxidants that can protect against free radical damage caused by exposure to UV light. By direct interaction with proteins, condensed tannins have been shown to protect collagen and elastin against degradation, two important dermal matrix proteins in the dermis that form a mesh-like layer that provides flexibility, stretch, and strength to the skin. Phytosterols reduce redness, inflammation, and help relieve itchy skin.
  • Pentaerythrityl distearate : Non-aqueous ester that acts as a thickener and binder, derived from isostearic acid.
  • Caprylyl / capryl glucoside : Non-ionic surfactant and surfactant obtained from raw materials of plant origin.
  • Sodium polyacrylate : Tested in Clinique For Men wrinkle cream .
  • Dehydroacetic acid : Tested on Nuxellence contour from Nuxe .
  • Ethylhexylglycerin : Analyzed in Nezeni Cosmetics anti-wrinkle cream .
  • Benzyl alcohol : Analyzed in Nuxellence contour from Nuxe .
  • Potassium sorbate : Analyzed in ClarinsMen’s anti-wrinkle cream .
  • Phenoxyethanol : Analyzed in ClarinsMen’s anti-wrinkle cream .

Bulldog Skincare for Men Eye Roll-on Original Review Summary

The first part of this outline is very promising. It contains a lot of active botanical principles that act as antioxidants, anti-inflammatories, and preventing water loss.

In the second part of the INCI things change, and the ingredients necessary for the formulation and consistency of the cream begin to appear, which do not provide us with anything.

There is hardly an antioxidant, and it includes a possible irritant and a toxic ingredient last, which, although in a very low proportion, is there.

If we think about the combined effect of this and the other facial care creams, these compounds should be avoided as much as possible.

Alternative

For this reason, I always recommend the Nezeni Cosmetics contour, without any toxic or irritating ingredients, and without any other ingredients that we do not want to put on our skin.

In the article that I recommend at the beginning you have the INCI of the Nezeni contour analyzed in depth.

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Kathie Sand always saw the world of beauty as the terrain on which to build her professional career, a goal that was clear to her when she was only 15 years old. Her great concern to expand knowledge led her to settle in Paris where she studied hand in hand with the best beauty professionals and with the most advanced techniques for skin care.

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