I got a sample of this and it really moisturizes well! The sample was quite big, about 4ml while the full is I think 10ml! Honestly, I find it expensive for an eye cream (that's the only bad) while my other fanoyrite Lierac Age Defense Cream is good enough and the pharmacy where i buy it is half the price of dermalogica! If it runs out I' ll try get a sample again!
I've been using a sample of this product and I'm liking the results so far. I don't really need eye cream at the moment, seeing as I'm only 22. However I squint a lot (I need to go to the opticians for a higher prescription!) and some days the fine lines that are starting to appear can be a tad noticeable. This cream helps to plump that area out and gives a surge of hydration.
I'm enjoying the sample, but I've yet to determine whether or not I'll be purchasing the full size.
This product is fantastic. I'm only 22 so not particularly worried about ageing, but I get really dry skin around the eyes.
I was freaked out by eye creams ever since an Avon cream gave me milia, but when I bought a new concealer I was told I should really invest in an eye cream because of the dryness and creping around my eyes. I figured Dermalogica would be a save bet as they promise no congestion, etc. I have a few other products from them I also love.
I've only been using this for a few days but I can already see a huge difference in my undereye circles and especially the dryness. Very expensive (I paid about $71 Australian, everything costs a fortune here) but I'm SO glad I didn't buy the $100 eye cream the girl at Mecca recommended because I just had the feeling I'd hate it.
Dermalogica, you have yet to let me down.
Very good product - having tried many already and not a huge believer in a cream/product specifically for the eyes - this is impressive. It's got retinol in it, which is really the only thing that helps with lines. I use a spray toner which makes it slip on real easy and it doesn't cause my eye makeup to run at all. I use it 2Xs a day, not just at night like they say. I see a difference, it's subtle, but it's there.
The tube lasted 3+ months for me, and would probably last longer if I used it only once a day.
This is a nice eyecream, but nothing special...it is quite "thick" in some way...very expensive (as usual with Dermalogica)...but does nothing special and does not "feel special" either.... It does not contain any spf, so I guess this is for the night...
Don't waste your money, try it before you buy...
Im using this after my dissapointment with Olay serum. I have been using this only for few days and seems okay so far. (I got a sample from Ulta, will not purchase it until I'm sure I like it).
UPDATE: Have been using for about a week and can tell that actually Olay serum was much better. This one seems little too thick and also it does nothing for dark circles. I thought I didnt have any!... but after I stopped using Olay and switched to dermalogica, I noticed some difference - in a bad way. And I do not like that this can't be used on the eyelids. Great I didn't buy this, it was very expensive ($48.00) so I asked for a sample in a little container.
2nd UPDATE: I have been using this for about 2 weeks and now I have got little red dots under my eyes. I got the same reaction after using Shiseido eye cream. Will stop using immediately. This is teh reason I take off 2 lippies.
This product did more harm than good!!! Extremely disappointed...wanted some help with the fine lines under my eyes, instead this created dark puffy undereye bags for me as well as doing absolutely nothing for the lines. Had to go out an get a very good concealer thanks to this rubbish also. Bags and puffiness diminished once I stopped using this product, not too sure whats in it that causes so much harm to this delicate area?
This product works great for me. I have pretty normal combo skin but within the last year I've developed a bit of dryness/eczema under my eyes. My skin is dehydrated from my lack of water intake and I can see it mostly under my eyes. This product works great for hydrating the under eye area and it makes my concealer look less cakey with it underneath. It's not the most expensive eye cream or the cheapest but I think it's a pretty reasonable price for what it does for me. All other eye creams ive tried haven't been as hydrating or give me a weird reaction. This stuff has been great!
I am surprised at all the negatives reviews for this, but in my case it is just a glowing one !
I'm a dermalogica junkie, actually almost have the entire ranges , so as you can guess, it would take quite some time for me to get past my usual cleansing, toning moisturizing routine and dive into the specific area oriented products.
Anyway, just last week, I was flying overseas from LA to S'pore, and while packing a small cosmetic bag for the week, this cream ended up in it, instead of the eye cream I have been using for the last few months ( called Once upon a time which is a mostly unknown, sought after niche french brand). I've had the dermalogica cream available at home for a while and never reached for it ( have to go through many others first ,,,,or so I thought !), anyway, before flying, I actually applied the Dermalogica hydrating serum which HG for me as it never lets me down in extreme conditions ( due to my flying a lot , and no I am not a flight attendant) and then I applied this one, just really to protect my eye area a bit more.Well, 16 1/2 hours later, I was pleased to see that my eye area was still hydrated, and looking fresh. SInce then, I have applied this morning and night right after my day/night cream, and I am very please with this cream to the point that I think it will become a permanent fixture in my routine, so now I am in week 2, and the thing I have noticed the most on top of the hydration is the fact the any dark bag that might be tempted to settle there, just doesn't. I went out 2 nights on row and forgot to apply the cream, next morning, I could see the premise of darkness come back, I applied the cream, and within 24h, all gone.
So for me, this is really working well, When I get home, I need to check if I have a few other tubes just to ensure I can have one in a each travel bag!
I can't comment on the price because This actually was part of a huge lot that I bought when a salon closed down, so I guess, I would have paid about $7 for a tube if that, and I know it's around $30 or $40 normally, but I'll be willing to pay full price, as even $40 is still on the cheaper side for the reseults, compared to what I usually spend on eye creams ( ie; my Once upon the time is about 80 euro for 10 ml !)
This product makes my eyes tear. It doesn't sting for me, as some of the other reviewers have noted, but it makes them tear. It's really queer, and quite dangerous while driving - it sometimes tears so badly that I can't see out of one eye!