In all honesty, have you EVER found an eye cream that works?

I've spend tons of money trying both cheap and expensive eye creams, oils, vaseline etc and it seems none of them have even managed to decrease the speed at which under eye wrinkles occur. I don't expect miracles wishing the lines to just vanish but it would be nice to know all the stuff I used did at least some good. Apart from milia or drying the skin out I have had no results whatsoever. It also seems to me that the ingredients people claim to have had success with, such as DMAE or niacinamide are bad in long term.

Therefore I'm just using some cheap Vaseline lotion all over my face. It probably doesn't do anything but what does?


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expand whole threadIn all honesty, have you EVER found an eye cream that works?snowblind11/18/2012 6:39PM

Tretinion and Glycolic acid are the only things that work.morganna77711/22/2012 7:28PM

depends on what I'm going for. puffiness - Mychelle magnolia serum is fantastic. dark circles +saraevamaya11/22/2012 2:56PM

eye cream that workssophialuvz11/22/2012 12:03PM

YES! QUA Eye Serum (instant tightening)&Beaute Pacifique eyecreme, anti dark circles, really worksSoffy11/22/2012 9:53AM

Save your money and get yourself some botox. So worth it. NYvirgo197211/22/2012 7:59AM

I have given up on high-end, use Cetaphil cream.zingss11/22/2012 5:01AM

stormm11/22/2012 2:53AM

I have tried MANY eye creams that promise to lift, firm, help...ROPraenamercedi11/22/2012 12:46AM

Yes, the revive lifting one, it's very expensive and the effects are not permanent, but it works++enamacheylove11/22/2012 12:31AM

The only thing I have found that worked....glamourbytch11/21/2012 10:50PM

i agree. the only thing that has worked for me.. everything else gives me miliajustinetindall11/22/2012 12:16PM

MUrascal11/21/2012 8:20PM

Yes. Is Clinical Youth Eye Complex.madaket11/21/2012 6:33PM

you are definitely on the right track w/the vaseline. I get botox, but have stopped using +diana711/21/2012 4:26PM

YES! Neutrogena rapid wrinkle repair+trisheee11/21/2012 12:11PM

The simple answer is no. Just use a regular moisturizer.historian1211/21/2012 12:06PM

No luck with any eye cream. I dab a bit of Cerave Cream under my eyes now and works as good as +caitiebug11/21/2012 11:27AM

Prevention before correctionmonicaandree11/21/2012 11:25AM

LRP Toleriane Ultra. Keeps eye area plumped and moisturized. Nothin' fancy! CET1311/21/2012 10:51AM

kikamadonna11/21/2012 3:46AM

i love kiss my face eyewitness eye cream++sterlingk11/21/2012 12:05AM

a few i've used moisturize, but don't change anything. most irritate or make eyes look worse.gna11/20/2012 11:22PM

castor oilmuatotal11/20/2012 10:33PM

sebamed q10 lifting eye creammuatotal11/22/2012 1:53AM

this! one of the few things that makes a difference with my dark circles. Jason vit K cream also +slobrina1711/21/2012 2:39PM

I've been using the Jafra eye cream and its the best so far that I've tried ;)brownspize11/20/2012 8:18PM

Yes, Cellcosmet & La PrairieElegantStyle11/20/2012 6:54PM

Cellcosmet has done nothing for me.tiredofbs11/20/2012 10:09PM

double posttiredofbs11/20/2012 10:07PM

No need to get a specific "eye" cream. They're just regular moisturizers in too tiny jars. ropLizzy2811/20/2012 4:45PM

Rosehip oil has definitely softened the lines around my eyes.jessicak6111/21/2012 9:19AM

Yes. Topix Replenix Eye Repair Cream--see P'ville +++MaryEllen11/20/2012 3:31PM

2nd this, I like it b/c I doesn't dry out the skin like other retinol eye creams. I feel it has +++Jewelx1711/21/2012 9:26PM

Vichy Reti C Eye, discontinued.missdewinter11/20/2012 3:43PM

I love Clinique's All About eyes.Susan2148a11/20/2012 2:58PM

Yes. It's nice and I haven't had any bad reaction to it.Martha61011/20/2012 10:17PM

eyecreams are a giant ripoff. Moisturizer in a small jar that costs more money. ++jetfan11/19/2012 9:54AM

isn't retin a supposed to be good for wrinkles? + catsmiaow11/19/2012 12:03AM

Not yet. But I'm not losing hope. I just ordered Skin medica TNS and MD forte eye creams deepgreen11/18/2012 11:23PM

TNSjanney11/20/2012 1:43PM

Perricone's Eye-lid Serum works wonders IME. Check P'villeoohlalasamira11/18/2012 9:55PM

Does this only improve the look of the eye while wearing it or doesanastasia_beaverhausen11/18/2012 10:30PM

it's very expensive, but i noticed improvement within days of using ReVive Moisturizing Renewal Eye pablowiley11/18/2012 9:39PM

Good moisturizersnowblind11/19/2012 3:17AM

I love Elta md's eye serum.. I use it in the am.. I use taz pm around my eyeskattt9211/18/2012 9:26PM

SS & if you're trying to prevent crows feet ropDebinSA11/18/2012 7:53PM

Dang..forgot to type sunglasses after SS-very importantDebinSA11/18/2012 7:55PM

most eye creams are overpriced hydrators - any moisturizer that you tolerate on the eye area will ++gizmorules11/18/2012 7:18PM

4th - oil, ss, and sunglasses + dab a bit of retin-a 2x/wkgabiinchicago11/19/2012 7:49PM

This plus BBrown Extra eye creams - it is the Retin A that makes a differencesusanmary11/22/2012 1:14PM

Thank you!snowblind11/19/2012 3:22AM

2nd thisjessart8511/18/2012 9:00PM

3rd... special "eye" cream is a myth.... any moisturizer will do.curlyqmishee11/18/2012 9:40PM

I used to the love Olay's eye gel. It really helped with puffiness and minor dryness.kf201211/18/2012 7:13PM

I seem to be in the minority here, but I love Olay Regenerist Eye serum!slim3411/18/2012 7:11PM

2nd.I use the Regenerists: eye serum,face serum & microsculpting cream, and results are amazing!Neopatra11/20/2012 2:15PM

3rd!! Absolutely love it plus it makes my lashes growchinadoll1311/22/2012 5:21PM

Nope. I don't use 'em. Most have alcohol which dries out the area. melinda_11/18/2012 6:47PM

I don't use one either. Usually end up with irritated eyes...tmgant11/20/2012 3:32PM

Eye creams are often no different than regular moisturizers; they're just packaged in smaller +meggan80811/18/2012 6:42PM

Dmae & niacinamidesnowblind11/18/2012 7:27PM

niacinamide is safe and beneficial at the concentrations found in our skin care creamsxenobabe11/19/2012 12:35AM

*nods* stick with what works and has been around for enough time that any long term effects+vonns8411/18/2012 9:48PM

OMGOSH! Could this be true??Sh*t>>>>>>>>>>>>>UpErMei11/18/2012 9:39PM

snowblind11/18/2012 7:26PM

I tried eye creams before just as novelty products, generally just got milia and irritated eyesvonns8411/18/2012 6:42PM

2nd! Just turned 50 & have tried quite a few & milia ropDebinSA11/18/2012 7:30PM

3rd when I use nothing and get adequate sleep my eyes look bestavironneur11/18/2012 8:05PM