" look more than 10 years younger in just 4 weeks"- bahahahaha! Iím familiar enough with Lauder products that I donít really put major stock into their miraculous claims. Estee Lauder is an excellent above average brand with a ton of cutting edge products but their marketing division needs to take it down a notch... Time Zone Eye cream is neither here nor there. Does it moisturize the delicate eye area? Yes. Will that prevent or slow down the wrinkling process? Yeah I suppose so with regular preventative use. Will it eradicate any wrinkles you have? Nopes. Especially considering it has no sunscreen in it. Shame on you Lauder! I highly encourage everyone to skip this $45 paper weight. Do yourself a solid and use Advanced Night Repair for Eyes instead (a couple bucks more than TZ) which is an amazing product.
Moisturizing, but gives me milia.
I'm just not convinced this product is a must have. I like its smell, a bit like cherries. But I haven't noticed any visible effects so far. It feels and looks like your average drug store brand cream.
And I must say that however I can usually wear creams in my eye area (even ones that aren't meant for it) without them causing irritations, this one does irritate my eyes. It makes them water and sting a little. Worse, I can actually peel this cream off. An eye product that leaves particles that can easily end up into your eyes is a bit of a " no no" for me.
I thought this was ok. I bought it in part of a combo pack with the time-zone face cream. For the price, I would expect a more rich cream. I prefer Shiseido Benefiance eye cream.
I'm meh about this product. I got this as a GWP otherwise I would not have bought it due to the jar packaging. The product seems to be having an identity crisis - not quite a moisturiser and yet not effective enough to be a treatment product.
I've been using it cautiously around my eyes and more generously on my forehead and it doesn't seem to be doing either harm or good. I should note that this doesn't feel moisturising enough around my eyes to skip my nightly slathering of Cetaphil lotion. It seems to me to be one of those products that exist to be sold - not to meet a specific need.
This is a gel-cream, so it's not very moisturizing. It left my dry skin looking even more dry.
I been use this hopefully help my early winkle not that much b/c i'm 28. Everything come with longterm use, so i also purchase the full size + sample size from free gift. I use almost up everything but nothing change and not event moisture. Won't buy again, cont. to use up the jar but never come back to this.
I've tried this eye-cream for a whole jar, which the ad states that will make you look ten years younger: but I found it NOT working at all! It even dries out the eye area and I feel a bit harsh for my skin. The cream is expensive, does not work in any way that the instructions or the ad claim. It's a total waste of money. I'd rather go for another brand no matter they're more expensive or not -- I need to search for a new brand eye cream that WORKS!
Compared to the regular Time Zone creme, I like this better. It's a lighter, gel-type version of the original, supposed to be used as an eye cream. However, I think it's too light for that purpose and used it over my entire face instead, including the eye area. Gone was the shine and eye irritation (due to the SPF) I get from the face creme. This sinks into my skin and leaves it feeling soft and silky. My mineral makeup went on smoothly and there was no brush drag or the 'too heavy feel' regular TZ leaves me with. That said, it's too expensive to use as a face cream on a daily basis. I won't repurchase.
I love Estee Lauder but this particulary product..i don't like. IMO i dont' think it did anything other than moisturize my eye area. My top eyelid has been flaky and really dry and i rub this cream sparingly at night before bed and in the morning and it moisturizes well but it doesn't do anything else. I've been using this for almost 2 months now and I haven't seen good results! bummer=(