On the fence about this one , haven't seen any changes , then again only using this for a month .it is too heavyweight for my liking ,you need to pat it many times so that it sinks .On the other hand it kinda gives me a reassurance that something so thick should be moisturizing, too ..
I will update later on .
My dry, 47 year old undereyes really love this product. Its so moisturizing and plumps and smooths the area immediately. It's a basic formualtion (mineral oil), fragrance free and no fancy ingredients or actives, just moisture. Comes in a tube, little thick, I warm between my fingers for a couple seconds, takes a minute or so to sink in (worth the wait!). Not sticky at all. It's definitely for dry, mature skin and I can understand why some of the younger reviewers may not be excited about it. I went overboard with my Retin A usage under my eyes and was so dry, this really took care of the dryness. Suggest looking for it at TJ Maxx or Marshalls for a much better price than dept store. A keeper!
I use this in the morning and in the evening. It is thicker but what I love about it is that it stays in place. I'm 32 and I don't know if maybe the people that don't like it are in their early 20's. I'm not sure I would have used it then. I hope they don't discontinue it--the only other eye cream I have ever liked is Renergie but it is twice as much.. And, I have used them all-- La Mer, etc...
The first thing I noticed about this eye cream is the texture. It's very sticky and tacky, almost like spreading Elmer's glue or a Mac lipglass around your eye area. This is probably not good for the delicate skin around the eye area since it leads to excessive tugging in order to spread the product above and below the eye. I think I prefer other eye creams I've tried, like Kiss My Face eyewitness cream, or L'Occitane's Imortelle eye balm, but will update if anything extraordinary happens.
I got this cream at Marshall's for $5.99. This cream is too heavy for my eyearea, it did not do anything for dissappearance of my wrinkles, I am wondering if it actually causes some additional wrinkles. I wouldnt repurchase it and wouldnt recommend it. Doesnt do its job.
This eye cream is incredible, I don't understand why anyone would complain about it being to thick/heavy. Night eye creams should have a thick and heavy consistency because you apply at night and needs to work extra hard while you sleep. I had a scar on the corner of my eye for about 6 years and nightly use of this eye cream made it disappear - NO JOKE! That alone has proven to me and this cream will do wonders for the future of my eyes (i.e. wrinkle prevention, undereye circles). It's expensive ($40 USD per tube) but sooo worth the money. I'm 26 and have been using the Millennium Eye Cream for about 4 years now. It's definitely a major part of my preventative beauty regimen and probably will remain a nightly ritual for me to use it until the day I die (or if it gets discontinued).
It is not safe product loaded with unsafe ingredients and parabens
ELIZABETH ARDEN “ Ceramide Eyes Time Complex Caps” is way better option.
You cannot use such a heavyweight cream on your undereye area.
This seems to be the most emollient of all the EA eye creams. Super expensive, but I love it, even though I am pretty young. Great under my Bobbi Brown concealer. I hear they are once again trying to discontinue the millenium line?
this is not bad. i've been using it for about 1/2 a year but i don't really notice anything significant. it does a decent job of moisturizing.