Belif is definitely one of those brands where after you’ve tried one thing, you fall in love so hard that you feel like you need to switch everything in your skincare routine just to their line. I’ve been a long-time devoted fan of their The True Cream Aqua Bomb, Moisturizing Eye Bomb (reviewed here), First Aid 360 Eye Care Mask (reviewed here) and Classic Essence Increment, and have converted quite a few of existing products in my daily routines exclusively to theirs over the years. If you’re new to Belif and don’t know where to start, they have some really good value and gift sets that can work as great introductions to the line. Their latest value set is Do You Belif in Miracles ($58 exclusive – limited edition at Sephora). It’s a curated anti-aging regimen that gently exfoliates and supports natural skin turnover for a youthful-looking glow. This three-piece set is comprised of three favorites from their famous Peat Miracle Revital line. Belif’s Peat Miracle Revital line is powered by antioxidant-rich peat extract and cutting-edge Korean skin care technology to increase skin elasticity, visibly smooth fine lines, and nourish.
In case you’re not up to speed on your soils, peat is basically the stuff you find in bogs, aka, wetlands, swamps, marshes, etc. While the wet and decaying plant material does not exactly sound that appetizing to put on your face, Belif hand-picks the peat particles, extract and water sourced from the tundra peatlands in Finland’s Lehtosuo region for their products. So no, none of the yucky stuff! Peat is a powerhouse rare blend that is loaded with herbs, minerals and is ultra-rich in humic and fulvic acids that helps normalize skin turnover for a smooth and youthful-looking complexion, while also promoting skin elasticity to help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
The set includes:
- 0.84 oz/25 mL Peat Miracle Revital Eye Cream (full size)
- 0.33 oz/10 mL Peat Miracle Revital Cream
- 0.2 oz/6 mL Peat Miracle Revital Serum Concentrate
First is the full-size Peat Miracle Revital Eye Cream. My absolute favorite brand for eye cream is Belif. They have been the most consistent and reliable for me regardless of what state my eyes are in (dry, flakey, dull, emphasized dark circles, etc.) or what season it is. This is my first time trying the size Peat Miracle Revital Eye Cream formula and I love it! It’s a little thicker than their OG Moisturizing and Firming Eye Cream as well as the Moisturizing Eye Bomb but feels almost gel-like and absorbs really well and quickly into the skin with a weightless feel. The velvety texture smooths product seamlessly into the eye area leaving it visibly smooth and plump. This is super hydrating and has quite a rich formula but not so rich that it’s not wearable. Usually eye creams that are either too rich or heavy can cause a very mild case of milia underneath the eyes for me but Belif’s creams just work in perfect tandem with my skin.
I have had mindblowing results using the combination of Moisturizing Eye Bomb and First Aid 360 Eye Care Mask in terms of the reduction of fine lines, so I was really curious how the Peat Miracle Revital Eye Cream was going to stand out against that. On its own this has performed beyond my expectations in the months that I’ve been testing it. Not only has it completely remedied the eye wrinkles I had due to allergies and excessive eye rubbing the recent weeks, my dark circles have brightened up so much even my guy started noticing it. Like I said, fine lines have not been an issue since I’ve been using the aforementioned combo since last year, I do however feel like my overall eye area looks a lot more youthful and I swear the cream has very slowly started chipping away at the deeper squint lines I have. I do believe that overtime the Peat Miracle Revital Eye Cream will produce even more significant results in terms of perhaps keeping future fine lines and wrinkles at bay. Also, I feel like that the skin in my eye area is much more smoother and supple, I definitely notice it when I’m applying makeup.
For my often temperamental skin, the Peat Miracle Revital Serum Concentrate is the most gentle but effective serum outside of my trusted Murad Advanced Acne & Wrinkle Reducer. The Peat Miracle Revital Serum Concentrate is a supercharged serum which is packed with 20% concentrated peat extract that supports skin turnover for younger-looking skin. This is a really good serum for both short and long-term hydration. You only need a tiny bit to cover the face entirely, skin is left feeling moisturized, hydrated, bouncy and glowy. I use this after essence and under my moisturizer/sleeping mask. My skin looks plumper, smoother and brighter. I can really see a difference in the tone and texture of my skin. For a serum it has the right consistency – not too watery, sticky or thick and absorbs very nicely into the skin within no time.
Belif seriously has some of the best moisturizers on the market I think and their Peat Miracle Revital Cream is in my opinion considerably underrated. Both The True Cream Aqua Bomb and Moisturizing Bomb reign supreme as far as their moisturizers are concerned but nobody should sleep on their Peat Miracle Revital Cream. This is formulated with mineral-rich peat extract to provide hydration and support anti-aging. For a cream it’s a little thicker than I’d prefer but is not greasy nor does it leave a goopy residue and absorbs really well leaving my skin moisturized and plump all day. Hydrating but still lightweight. It’s a truly breathable cream and looks like your face has a natural glow to it. This cream is really good for someone who suffers from dry skin issues.
Bottom line, I really love the Do You Belif in Miracles set and think it’s a great way to try best-sellers from the brand and is also perfect for travel. This was the first time trying the Peat Miracle Revital Eye Cream and Peat Miracle Revital Serum Concentrate and I definitely found some new favorites to incorporate into my daily routines. Right now Sephora has three value sets available that features Belif’s most raved about and I recommend any one out of three.
If you have any Belif favorites, let me know in the comments. Would love to hear if you’ve tried any of their products!
Many thanks to Belif for providing the Do You Belif in Miracles set for review. As always, opinions are strictly my own.