Disappointing. I went through a whole jar of this in the hope that it would help with my undereye circles and puffiness. Unfortunately, it didn't do anything. It didn't irritate my skin, but was completely ineffective as an eye treatment cream. I would not repurchase.
I do not recommend this product at all. It left the skin around my eyes feeling tight and dry (not what I want in an eye cream). It just did not live up to what I expected.
Well, I have to continue with the negative reviews on Clinique All About Eyes. SEriously, this product provided me with no results. NO improvement with dryness, shadows,fine lines.. nada... WEll, Milia...it gave me that. I used this product for about 2 weeks maybe, and I got milia...wtf....my advice is to skip on over to another counter and find something with a good rep...what a waste of my precious dinero...: (
Wow.. I'm so surprised by the negative hype for this product! I absolutely love it! I have VERY sensitive combo skin and my eye lids tend to get very dry. I use All About Eyes after my normal facial moisturizer in the morning and evening. If feels wonderful! It's so hydrating and makes my skin incredibly smooth. I CAN'T go w/out it!
i tried a sample of this (which i recommend doing) and didn't like it. it wasn't particularly moisturizing, less so than my facial moisturizer (cerave). it was nongreasy, drying to almost a powdery texture. as far as lines or dark circles go, it did nothing (not that i expected it to. i think claims like that are prett y much bogus). but the worst part was that it gave me millia. i've stopped using aae when i realized this, and it's slowly starting to go away. i think i'll stick to my facial moisturizer from now on.
Below average...I didn't see any difference. Very blah...waste of money.
I think the old version of this eye cream works better for me. The new one is too rich.
Don't even bother.
Seriously. Don't waste your money, your time or that other bit of money that went missing in your handbag last week and you only found it this morning. It's eye moisturiser for 15-year-old girls who want to use eye moisturiser because it feels like a grown-up thing to do but don't actually need it yet because they're still plump and dewy and nubile (stop rubbing it in my withered aging face, seriously).
It dried the skin around my eyes to the extent that I was getting flaking and peeling, and given that I'm prone to getting allergy and/or dermatitis reactions around my eyes (redness, puffiness, rashes), this product exacerbated any reactions tenfold and on one memorable occasion, triggered one. Trust me, this stuff burns when it comes into contact with tender skin.
In summary: if you're 15, skip this and just drink some more water and have a decent night of sleep. For the rest of us, just keep going with trial and error until you find something that actually works. Right now I'm having some luck with Cosmedicine's Opti-mologist AM cream, and am trying to put this disaster of any eye product far, far behind me.
Ingredients: Cyclomethicone polysilicone-11, purified water, isostearyl palmitate, polyethylene, butylene glycol, cyclomethicone, ethylene/acrylic acid copolymer, saxifraga sarmentosa extract, grape extract, shey protein, mulberry root extract, caffeine, phytosphingosine, wheat sphingolipids, scutellaria baiccalensis extract, green olive extract, green tea extract, cholesterol, linoleic acid, tocopheryl acetate, magnesium ascorbyl phosphate, pyridoxine diplamitate, sucrose, glyceryl laurate, lactose, dimethicone xopolyol, quaternium-18 bentonite, petrolatum, cetyl dimethicone copolyol, propylene carbonate, sodium chloride, disodium edta, iron oxides. continued >>
I've never experienced an eye treatment that actually made my browbone skin so dry it flaked ... until now. Other than eyebrow dandruff, I cannot say I noticed any positive hydration with use of this product. I put it on and the outer corner and undereye area feel and look exactly the same. Some mornings I couldn't remember if I'd completed this step and did it twice -- with exactly the same results.
I've got normal to oily skin that is breakout prone. I do not require moisturizer on a daily basis, even during the winter. I'm in my mid-30s with little or no lines around the eyes. My eye area concerns are preventative and most eye treatments are far to rich for my skin type and needs. When offered a deluxe sample of the All About Eyes, I thought the lightweight gel cream formula would be hit. Except that All About Eyes did nothing good for my eyes at all!
My advice is to ask for a sample of this before laying down any money. For me, eyebrow dandruff ensures that l will not be finishing my deluxe sample, nor will I replace with a paid full size ... ever.