this product unfortunately broke me out,i wanted to love it as im currently loving the advanced night repair serum.i didnt like the texture either it feels to heavy and gloopy like vaseline!
after day 7 i started to come out in millia and itchy red patches.
definately not for anyone partial to sensitivity.
This was a good product. Never had any bad experiences with it, in fact, my face did look re-newed. I would purchase again, however, it's just too expensive.
WARNING! This product really messed my skin up around my eyes. After a few applications it started making my skin really dry, read and it hurt like hell.
Then I experienced extreme dryness and lines due to dehydration. I actually had to wear really basic products for 6 months to correct the situation around my eye.
I assume that I am either allergic to one of the incredients or that this cream is really not good for dry eyes and sensitive skin
I would never buy again or recommend this product.
I just started my second jar....after five years I decided to come back try this one again. I find it to be a good de-puffer. While it didn't make my skin feel "soaked" in moisture ( like Shiseido and Philosophy) it gave my eye area a brighter and lifted look. This is interesting, but I like the result. I think this would be a great eye cream for the warm months. I'm very glad I bought it for the spring and summer to come. My only wish is that instead of a glass jar, this gel-cream could come in a light squeeze tube. For that reason I will be using the Clarins special eye balm for travel.
This was the only eyecream I loved until I started breaking out. Weirdly enough, on my third bottle(?) the skin around my eyes turned all red and it stung like crazy. I had to give away the eyecream to a friend who loves this product and is still pretty hooked on it, but I don't think I'll ever repurchase this eyecream again.
I actually broke out with this eye cream. I looked up the ingredients and it's just full of silicones.
the only thing that this product actually does, is hydrate. it doesn't take away dark circles, and doesn't minimize fine lines. i think it helped with puffiness, i cried a ton one night and put it on, and i didn't have puffiness like i should have. i can't really prove it was exactly that though. not worth the money for what it's supposed to do.
Hi ladies 35 or over, if you want great results from an eye treatment I recommend a product with Retinol in it! It's pretty much the best of ingredients for facial skin (or body) products.
Roc has line of products with retinol in them, well pretty every single product they sell as retinol in it. Check out their website. It's also VERY affordable, especially compared to estee lauder.
I originally intended to give this a very low rating because I can't use this product as an eye cream. It has a very silky, slippery gel-cream texture which feels wonderful going on, but whether I put it on at night or in the morning it seeps into my eyes, making them sting and burn. I thought I was just really tired for a long time and not getting enough sleep because my eyes would be very red and constantly hurt. But it didn't stop when I was getting 8, 9 or 10 hours of sleep! Eventually I realized it was this baby... even though it's super moisturizing (I can't say anything about reducing dark circles/fine lines/etc), it's not useful anywhere near the yes because, well, it HURTS! I gave this a 3rd lippie because I've started using this as cream for my neck and it works great for that. Right now it's making my neck soft and smooth (and hopefully that means it will stay wrinkle-free!!) Edit - a couple of weeks later, I realized that this smells terrible! Like herbal poo. Or medication. Eurgh.
I bought this 2 or 3 times in my early 20s - mid twenties. So I did not have wrinkles to get rid of. I thought it was a wonderful under eye cream/moisturizer it felt incredibly silky. However, other than moisturizer this doesnt do anything for wrinkles - but it will keep eyes moist so thats a plus. Wrinkles can either be lessed or prevented - active vitamin c, retinol, and other high level antioxidants to lessen future damage and sunscreen are the only things that are going to work on wrinkles...so I suggest obagi c serum for eyes or differin gel (but not every day).