I tried one bottle. In the summer, it just changes colour, maybe oxidisation or something. I've no idea. I've asked the retailer but they just said not to use that part. I'm not too happy cause I've bought it a week earlier.
Smells great. Does nothing. So there.
this cream smells so good i really wanted to try and eat it, i put it around my eyes once a day and its been a month now i honestly havent seen a difference but the smell is amazing and i still have hope!!
I LOVE this eye cream! I have been using it for a few months, and it is the best I have ever tried, all natural or otherwise. It smells great, is affordable, and really reduces my undereye puffiness.
I've been using this eye cream for about a year now and I can honestly say that I like it.
It's no miracle worker in my opinion as it didn't banish away my dark circles or the tiny, incipient wrinkles at the corners of my eyes but in my experience, no eye cream I have ever used has managed to achieve that. I'm just happy with anything that moisturizes my eye area properly without giving me milia or an uncomfortable allergic reaction.
100% Pure's coffee bean eye cream does just that. The cream has a high quality smooth texture that sinks into the skin within a few minutes. I don't wear eye cream in the mornings so I can't say anything on how well it endures or interacts with makeup but it really doesn't seem to be the type of cream that would pill up. I will say that the caffeine in this product is sort of a bright little pick-me-up for the eyes as either the scent or chemical reaction of caffeine and skin does something magical for tired eyes.
If there is one caveat about this cream- it would be the packaging. I got both the tube and the glass bottle and between the two, I DEFINITELY recommend the tube as it's easy to use and you'll get your money's worth of the product. The glass bottle, while aesthetically pleasing, became a pain when I reached the last quarter of the cream on account of the pump failing on me (I had to resort to a Q-tip to get the rest of the product out). Heck, even before the pump failed on me, I hated it because there was basically no way to control the amount of cream that came out- which for the most part was always much more than I needed.
Would I buy this again? Maybe...more yes than no but definitely not in the near distant future because (1) I'm on a tight budget right now and 20 bucks a pop is sadly too steep for me and (2) I am sick and tired of the coffee scent. I've never been a fan of warm scents but I can endure/ignore them if the product is decent- which was the case here...but after a year of using this, I gotta say I'm bored and moving on.
I agree with most reviewers, the smell is delicious. It is hydrating, but also a bit greasy. I don't feel like it has change the skin around my eyes (for better or for worst) so, all in all is a good smelling eye cream, affordable and completely natural. I'm happy with it.
i purchased this product on a whim. i needed an energizing eye cream and mac's fast response eye cream was a bit out of my budget at the time so after reading some reviews i went out to find this. i had a $5 off coupon at cvs and was able to get this for 14+tax for 1oz. which is a great price for the amount of product you get. after trying this stuff once i was sold. it really does de-puff the under eye area and also hydrate. and it smells amazing!! like vanilla or cupcakes. something yummy! this cream, to me, is all about the short term effects as opposed to seeing results in the long term. it definitely minimized the puffiness and a little bit of darkness very quickly but i know caffeine is a very short term acting ingredient. for daily use, under concealer or alond, this is a great product. definitely brightens the eyes and makes you look more awake (even when you're not!).
I really like this cream. Its not a miracle worker, but its a good moisturizer. It smells fantastic and it helps with my undereye puffiness. Over time, it completely took care of the puffiness underneath my eyes. It comes in a 1 oz bottle, so it lasts quite a while. I'm currently on my 3rd bottle. Its not too moisturizing so its perfect under makeup and on summer nights. On other nights i like the beyond belief vita c cream or the clinique all about eyes rich. I sometimes layer it underneath those two. It doesn't work miracles but I'm really satisfied with it.
I was hoping this would be unbelievable and diminish my dark circles dramatically but it hasn't. iv been using this for about 3 weeks and so far its just slightly brightened the overall area but hasn't made a difference in my circles, but my circles arent bad so im not sure if this would have a greater affect on someone with intense circles. But as for the moisturizing aspect, its good, it moisturizes just enough and makes the skin feel soft and smooth. I dont have puffiness or lines/wrinkles so i dont know how it is for that. But the moisture is good. Also I think the smell is kinda odd, smells kinda like candy popcorn lol. And the pump is annoying, i mean i like that its in a pump bottle for hygienic reasons but the pump always pumps out too much so you really have to press slowly and firmly down on it to try and control the amount but overall not a bad product and just average.
I love this line and how much more you get in an eye cream as opposed to other brands but did ABSOLUTELY NOTHING lol. I tried this version after using the Acai Berry eye cream for a year with no results and same deal here. I give them props for good quality natural ingredients but both these eye creams are basically mositurizers being called eye cream. They do aboslutely nothing as far as firming, brightening, helping with lines, depuffing anything which is what I expect and from eye creams I use. If they packaded these in larger sizes and as regualr facial moisturizers I would buy them lol but that's about it sadly. Nad as said before teh packaging is horrible. Dont get we wrong teh diea of a pump bottle seems hygenic and better than a jar but the amoutn of product that is wasted and impossible to get out at the end is rediculous. I wish they would jsut make all eye creams in tubes.