this might be the worse eye cream i have ever used..didnt do anything for me,and took ages to sink in,pure rubbish
I finished an entire tube and never saw any results. It was decent in moisturising, but a moisturiser would do that as well. No reduction in fine lines or dark circles.
I like that this eye cream comes in tube, it is also very light and so absorbs very well so makeup won't slide off. That being said, it is not the perfect eye cream for me. I would prefer something a little richer and more moisturising as I have dry skin. I would purchase again as generally it is a good eye cream but in the meantime I will keep searching for something more suitable. I would recommend this for oil/combination/sensitive skin, and I agree with the other reviewers that those with normal/dry skin would most likely need something a little richer.
I bought this eye cream at a Boots in London during my junior year abroad last year. I haven't seen it in America at all. I like it quite a lot, previous eye creams I've used (no matter how careful I was) always seemed to get in my eyes and sting really bad. This one hasn't done that at all. It's a good light eye cream, not for someone with particularly dry skin around the eyes. It also absorbs pretty quickly, so you only have that oily look for a little bit. It's hard to gauge its "defending" capabilities (I no longer have the box so I can't recover what exactly it claims to do); but I think if it were wrinkles I was concerned with, I'd go after something with vitamin A for that though, this doesn't seem to be that kind of product.
I've been using this on and off for 3 years and it doesn't give me little white cysts around my eyes. I live in South-East Asia, and a tiny drop will do for my eyes. This cream comes in a tube, which isn't common around here. Very hygienic as I can't imagine dipping my fingers every night in a jar. Eeeww.
An excellent eye cream for daytime use. I find the light, fluid consistency absorbs so well and so quickly into skin! However, I find I need a slightly richer cream at night (so I use Benefit Eyecon which also works on dark circles). N.B. This may not be moisturising enough for people with more mature or dry skin.
This product beats so many high-end, expensive eye creams hands down. I'm 34 with fines lines and dark circles, so if there's one beauty product I would shell out for, it's a good eye cream. Over the years I must have dozens high-end eye creams, and so far I've found 3 favourites which I use regularly - Shiseido Benefiance, Bobbi Brown Hydrating Eye Cream, and this one.
This light-textured eye cream comes in a squeeze tube and is priced at S$18 (about US$11) for a 15 mil tube, and is widely available at drugstores in Singapore. Simple products are fragrance free and supposed to be good for sensitive skins (can't comment on this as my skin is normal/oily).
I love that this absorbs easily even with a generous application (I find you have to use quite a bit for best results). Now the best part - not only did this soften my fine lines, my under-eye concealer went on smoothly with minimal creasing, which is a miracle for me. All I can say is that I'm extremely pleased with the results!
Incidentally, I used this both in humid Singapore and in cold dry European weather and found it provided enough moisture in both conditions (my eye area isn't that dry to start off with though). Not sure if it wll provide enough moisture for extremely dry skin though, as the texture is very light. I still prefer a richer eye ceam like Benefiance for night, but this is now a staple for me during the day.