The perfect trifecta: depuffs, reduces dark circles, and prevents wrinkles. Unfortunately this roller does none of those. Tried diligently for a month; no results. Seriously, the best thing is how the rollerball feels. It glides on well, and when cool, feels marvelous. Don't know what to do with the rest? Place it into your fridge, ladies, and at least it'll feel good going on.
The search continues :(. Anybody have other recommendations I should try? Been writing a story and adding chapters to organize my experience with the products I tried: http://echoed.com/#!story/1ecbfdb8-6c6e-411e-ae9a-dacab668566c
This doesn't de-puff my under eye. It even kind of dries it, for some reason. This is not worth the steep price. It has the same effect as the Garnier roller ball, which is to say, nothing.
I think this rollerball does a good job at increasing circulation and reducing puffiness. I have dry skin so it's not particularly hydrating but it's gentle on my sensitive skin. It absorbs nicely and works well under makeup. I have a very thorough review about it on my blog if you're interested in more details about it: www.sensitastic.blogspot.com
I had a really bad allergic reaction. The area around my eyes swelled up with red bumps and raised welts. Took a Zyrtec and put hydrocortisone cream on, and now it feels a little better but still looks pretty bad. Unsure of what caused this reaction, but I'm also allergic to cucumber, if that helps anyone else.
I always look for Clinique GWP's that contain this product because I love it for travel. It feels so nice going on and is wonderful to refresh your eye area on a long flight. It fits nicely in my TSA allowed baggie and decreases the puffiness under my eyes after a late night.
I use the All about eyes serum everyday. The metal roller ball is such a nice massage for the eye area and the formula is light and quickly absorbed so great for use beforing applying make-up.
I've used this every morning and night for about 9 months and while my eye area hasn't really gotten worse it hasn't exactly improved greatly.
Still have dark circles and in winter I think a richer cream is better than this thin serum. Nice packaging, quite expensive and actually I think the Garnier roller ball eye serum is alot better for dark circles and puffiness.
This stuff does nothing but feel awesome when you put it on. And either I don't use it a lot or it lasts forever. I do enjoy having it in my makeup bag. Sometimes when I have a headache or am hung over it's just what I am looking for. I know there are other products that are similar and cheaper, and will probably do equally as little as this one.
I'm glad I didn't spend money on this because I don't like it at all. I don't feel that it made any difference in my eye area in any way, not puffiness or moisture or anything else, after 2 months of use. I'll stick to creams.
I really like this. I decided to use it for at least a month before reviewing. It does what it says. It totally depuffs my eyes. I bought this in the middle of a seasonal allergy attack when my eyes were at their puffiest, and it took the puffs right down. I won't ever be without this. I use it morning and night and it goes a long way, it looks like a tube will last six months or more.
Received this product as a GWP and as I have dark circles under my eyes, I figured I'd give it a serious try. The metal ball feels lovely and the serum is thin enough to apply before makeup, but I didn't notice a significant difference in the undereye circles.
Another commenter said that this would be a great product to have in her makeup bag for use during a long flight and I agree, as it's very refreshing. If I get another sample, I'll probably tuck it away for the next time I take a trip, but I won't purchase this as I didn't feel it made a difference with my day-to-day concerns.