After 28 nights of applying Garnier Ultra-Lift Miracle Sleeping Night Cream, I feel better in the mornings, right from the first moment that I blink myself awake. I hadn’t realized that “tired eyes” was actually a condition, until I noticed I was getting out of bed easier in the mornings and was curious as to what changed, other than the night cream I started using. It was getting to a point where I could sleep all day, and never recoup from a rest. And it wasn’t like I was flat out tired throughout my entire body – that action only happened around my eyes, but it was enough for me to want to hit the snooze button more than 10x each and every morning, until about a month ago. Now I’m down to about 5 snoozes on average (sometimes as low as twice,) before I finally get up to start the day, and I’m attributing this improvement to Garnier Ultra-Lift Miracle Sleeping Night Cream.

Why would I do such a thing? Simply, the muscles/skin around my eyes aren’t already feeling as strained/tired/puffy immediately when I wake up now. Instead, I have this light, bouncy feeling on my skin that started 28 days ago. Like gravity has decided to go easier on me for a bit. I’m no longer waking up sleepy, and that’s improved my days in ways that I can’t even explain without writing a book.

Perhaps part of it is falling asleep easier, thanks to the Lavender Essential Oil infused within the cream, a scent that Jay truly loves as well. After one good whiff recently, while we made our goodnights, I offered (*cough* threatened?) to slather the cream all over his face so he could enjoy it all night long himself. Lavender is known for its relaxing properties, and I’m convinced I’m sleeping better with it, even with all the other bad sleeping habits I have. I’m a chronic face-smusher, but despite this, the cream (nor its scent) never transfers onto my pillow, which means I don’t have to worry about sleeping with a stinky pillow after each use.

It’s said that Garnier Ultra-Lift Miracle Sleeping Night Cream is meant to visibly reduce signs of fatigue, wrinkles and rejuvenate skin, even after one night’s use, and I still agree with myself from the “Don’t Frown, You’ll Get Wrinkles” blog post that this is true. Seven powerfully active ingredients, such as Hyaluronic acid, and LHA are creating an auto-smoothing texture that are quoted to be “anti-aging”, but I see it more like, “anti-lethargic”. You look more alive, healthier, with a better glow to your skin. And people notice when you look more “with it”, instead of zombie-ish, sleeping on your feet-ish.

Read this next tidbit in that golden-age, 1940’s radio-commercial voice that could do no wrong…. If you haven’t yet, (and what are you waiting for anyway?), try Garnier Ultra-Lift Miracle Sleeping Night Cream so you can experience an overnight miracle of your very own! For fabulous results, use nightly (and it will instantly become part of your night-night routine,) with Garnier Ultra-Lift Miracle Sleeping Eye Cream; available in retail stores across Canada. (avg. retail price is $24.99 CAN each. And is anyone else addicted to Zoomer Radio’s Theatre of the Mind??)

Garnier Ultra-Lift Miracle Sleeping Night Cream Grand Prize Giveaway

It’s time to call all five winners from my previous post! You know who you are! <3 Come back here and tell me, in the comments below, what you loved the most about that miracle in a jar.

If you weren’t one of the lucky gals to win and give Garnier’s Ultra-Lift Miracle Sleeping Night Cream a spin, the Grand Prize is not for you, sorry! But do check out the comments below to see how the winners enjoyed their new BBFF (Beauty Best Friend Forever!)

Grand Prize Eligibility

  • Must have won and sampled the product awarded in the blog post “Don’t Frown, You’ll Get Wrinkles” contest
  • Must leave at least 1 comment on your favourite thing about Garnier Ultra-Lift Miracle Sleeping Night Cream below this post
  • Must provide the same full name originally used to enter the contest in “Don’t Frown, You’ll Get Wrinkles”
  • Must leave a comment by Thursday, April 9, 2015, 12 pm EST.
  • Full contest Terms & Conditions are available at

Although this post has been generously sponsored by Garnier Canada, the opinions and language are my own, and in no way do they reflect Garnier Canada.