It smells very good, the texture is nice, no breakouts (other eye creams have caused to me in the under eye area), it hydrates very well and has helped a lot with some inflammation and bags i had under eyes.
I just got a sample of this stuff, but I really like it so far. I think this is meant for a early or mid 20'er. To me, I don't feel like this really helps with minimizing already existed wrinkles, but I do feel it moisturizes (which is great to prevent wrinkles). I love the feeling of this gel, it kind of wakes up and refreshens my eye area. I will totally buy the fullsize.
It feels nice and hydrating, but that's it. The benefits will be restricted to having your eye contour area properly moisturized. Cute packaging. This eye 'cream' ('refreshing gel' is more like it) not as expensive as any other high end eye cream, I'm guessing that it is just meant to moisturize so it doesn't have other fancy expensive ingredients, which is why Dior cut down the cost. It feels light and refreshing, wears well both under makeup and at night before bed. Good if you're young with no actual eye-contour-issues like wrinkles or dark circles, and you just want to up the hydration as a preventative measure. I may or may not repurchase, will probably try something else.
- Haven't done anything for my eyewrinkles/fine lines, puffiness and dark undereye circles. I won't repurchase.
I've been using this product for over two months so far. I can feel that it works from reducing the puffiness, but I don't see more advances on diminish dark circles, that is my main concern and was the reason I tried this product. Aside from that, I love the sorbet texture, not creamy nor fluid that helps the skin absorb it quickly, without the greasy or sticky feeling. The moisturizing action is very good as well. Overall, I think that Hydra Life Pro-Youth Sorbet Eye Cream has an average result, and that's a little dissapointing, because it's expensive.
Really do love this eye cream, it's like a gel/cream fusion. Very soothing, cool, pats on perfectly and hydrates amazingly, makes my eyes look awake. This pot will last you forever believe me, so even though it's on the higher end of the pricing you really won't have to buy often.
I got a sample of this and having read the positive reviews here, I was really excited to try it! But... it caused me to break out around the eyes. I developed about 5 to 6 small pimples within a week of using this product. :( the search for the HG eye cream continues...
For me this product is so so.. not so bad, not so good!! But I can see better result compare to Lancome genefique yeux and Lancome primordiale eye skin recharge or Clinique eye creams. It gives silky, smooth and moist my under eye, but I can't see the differences for my dark circle. I guess I need my beauty sleep to avoid dark circle.
Packaging wise is very stylist, with light blue color and comes with the little spoon/stick.
Still can't decide whether I will buy this product again in the future, I might buy it again if I can't find good reviews on other products.
I am so mad, because I tried a Shiseido eye cream and was disappointed, so I exchanged it for Dior Sorbet Eye Cream....and now THIS product sucks too, but I am scared to do another return. This made my undereyes dry and gave me more lines then I had in the first place. Also has a weird astringent feeling to it that sort of burns. I don't know whether to just use it all up or toss it and go back to my Origins cream. Lame!
This did absolutly nothing for me. I love Dior products, but the Hydra line is absolutely horrible!! I wanted an undereye cream that would moisturize well; that was my number 1 priority above anything else like reducing puffyness or diminishing under-eye circles. This cream did not moisturize at all. My under-eye area felt tight, uncomfortable, and was therefore more prone to getting wrinkles in the first place.
I hated this cream so much but felt like it was such a waste of money letting this expensive cream go to waste. In the end, I used it as a hand cream and on my cuticles. I felt like I had committed make-up blasphemy by doing that. This cream was absolutely ineffective used anywhere, so I just threw it out.
-The entire Hydra line is horrible (I've tried the face cream, undereye cream, and moisturizing mask and not one product was good).
- I think I'll stick to Dior makeup (I love their makeup) rather than their skincare, which is horrendous in my experience.