I haven't had this for too long but I like what it has done so far. I got it on clearance at Target so I didn't pay a lot for it. I feel it has helped my dark circles but mainly has put a lot of moisture back to my under eye area. I haven't had any problems with any irritation. The ingredients are so natural and nice. To the reviewer sfchrisrom with the review down below- You said "who would put a perfume into an eye product?" because of the smell. Well if you look at the ingredients, there is no perfumes. The smell is just the natural smell from all the extracts. There are a lot of extracts including blueberry (which is the top ingredient) that do have smells.
I don't have a lot of undereye issues, but the skin under my eyes can get very dry and flaky. I bought this to add moisture and to help my concealer go on better, and it works perfectly for that. In the morning I use one tiny dot for both eyes, let it sink in for 5-10 minutes, then apply makeup. I also use it at night (a slightly larger amount). My first bottle lasted around 6 months and I have repurchased it. I haven't had any problems with eye or skin irritation. At some point I will probably upgrade to a more intense eye cream for nighttime use, but for daytime hydration, I will continue to use this. It does exactly what I want it to do. EDIT: I forgot to mention that when the bottle was empty, I took it apart to make sure it was REALLY empty, and it was. The bottle is opaque so I wanted to be sure. It's a well-designed little pump that really does give you all of the product, so yay for that.
I got this on a swap and I'm happy I didn't waste money on it in a store. It did absolutely nothing for me and I started getting milia around one of my eyes! I will never use this product again. The only good thing about it was the packaging, which is a pump, and is therefore nice and sanitary.
I am not sure if I will buy this again. Within a very short time period there was a noticeable difference in the fine lines around my eyes, which was very exciting. Then I developed milia in the treated region. I also feel like my face got used to it, if that makes sense, as the benefits I saw at first are no longer as starkly apparent, after about 6-9 months of intermittent use. Just for reference, this did nothing for dark under eye circles, but I don't think is is advertised for that purpose.
I don't have wrinkles or crow's feet yet. I mainly purchased this eye cream as a preventive measure and to add moisture to my eye area.
This eye cream really does add moisture and makes the skin around my eyes smooth. I only can use this at night as it stings my eyes a bit and dosne't sink in enough to not interfere with my concealer and eye makeup.
The reason I will not repurchase is that I swear this blocks my eye lash follicules and gives me styes if I use it too many days in a row. I always wash my eyemakeup off asap and keep my products and tools clean. However without fail, i always get pain and swelling at the base of my eyelashes if i use this regulary. As soon as I give myself a break, the problem stops.
The quest for a good eye cream continues..
I received a free sample of this at Wholefoods. The texture and consistency are nice and very light, but it didn't do anything for my eyes. The smell is gross, like a mildewed Blueberry Shortcake doll.
Wow, I really like this eye cream. I have very dry, very sensitive skin under my eyes, and this does a good job at keeping things hydrated. I don't have lines yet, so I'm not sure how it works for that. It doesn't burn my skin, like other eye creams (anything by Origins, and even Clinique's All About Eyes Rich to some extent). I *love* the packaging - pump is so much more sanitary, and keeps the ingredients potent longer.
It is too greasy. Like if I am trying to rub in a chunk of butter. Will not sink in for hours of application. Did I mention the SMELL? Like an old person or unwashed body. And who’s the genius that thought it’s a good idea to add perfume in an eye cream???!!!???
Did not improve my puffy eyes and dark circles.
This was an impulse buy that I returned. I love 100% Pure eye creams and I guess this reminded me of them. While the ingredients look exciting, the lotion does not seem very natural to me. I did not like anything about it. It doesn't sink in that well, and just feels like a drugstore brand. It is a basic white lotion for your eyes. It is unscented which is preferable over a bad scent. I was hoping for some berry scent, but none here. Last but not least, it didn't play well with my eye makeup (Pixi). So glad and relieved I returned it. Its definitely pricier since you are only getting 0.5 oz as well.
I have never used an eye cream that made me believe it was really making a difference, except for Eminence Wild Plum Eye Cream, which I had a few samples of once, but never shelled out the $60-70 for a full tube. I have found that while this cream doesn't have the same delightful scent as the Eminence, it feels very similar and does a great job of moisturizing the eye area. It's too soon to tell if it's actually "working"/doing anything for my dark circles and fine lines, but for now, I give it good grades and it's a nice cheaper alternative to the Eminence.