I learn from the best (my mother, of course!) so I know that when it comes to maintaining young looking skin you can never start too early. Naturally, my mother was the first to tell me about M LAB. Their line of skincare products has higher than average clinically-active ingredients – 45 to 74% versus the average 10 to 20%, and though I have no way of assessing those percentages, there is no denying that after using their Anti-Aging Eye Cream for a little over a week, my eyes have less discoloration and puffiness (though part of that surely has to do with the Memorial Day Weekend relaxing-effect 🙂 ) (Jump for more!)

While M LAB does not come cheap, looking naturally young is priceless, am I right??! Personally, I also happen to like the packaging which is somewhat sterile – shiny black (a la Chanel) with a white label. The products look wonderful atop my dark-colored vanity!

I haven’t had too much experience with anti-aging products, so I like the travel kit because for $130 you can test out which products work best on your skin before dropping the big loot on a specific cream or cleanser. Unfortunately though, someone needs to tell Barney’s to wake-up! No U.S. retailer carries the line, so you’ll have to order M LAB products online or better yet, jet-over to London’s Harrods!


  1. June 2, 2008 / 8:44 pm

    OOh, I have a few sample packs of that eye cream and I will definitely be putting them to use now. I have been putting it off in order to use many of the products together, but as I am always looking to lighten, tighten, and de-puff, I will start using this asap.

  2. Sharon
    June 3, 2008 / 11:27 pm

    The eye cream is actually my favorite M LAB product! As you mention, the other products are meant to be used together and most of us don’t always have the time/energy to put on cleanser/toner/serum/day treatment…the eye cream is an easy way to freshen-up your face..hope you end-up liking it too!

  3. November 8, 2009 / 4:00 pm

    I purchased the eye cream when i visited Florida this year, but cannot find any of their products in the UK, any ideas (dont want to import as most of my stuff gets stopped at Customs)

  4. June 17, 2011 / 2:30 pm

    Would love to try a sample of M lab products but it sounds rather expensive for what it is.

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