I was not at all impressed with this product, despite the advertising campaign promises. It neither moisturized nor illuminated my eyes one bit. I actually stopped using the product before it was half gone.
It was not that moisturizing and it was not easy to rub in. I guess this is good for eye circles, but not as good for moisturizing, wrinkles, or firming. It also has a reflective shimmer in the product so eye circles aren't as visible. The cream was okay overall. I don't know if it's worth the price.
I've always had trouble with dark circles, no matter how much water I drink, how much I sleep, or how many vitamins I take. I have noticed a positive change in my under eye circles with using this product. No, it's not an absolute miracle worker, but it does help and people have commented on how much better my eyes look. One reviewer commented that the product gets suck in her fine lines and ends up calling attention to them, but if you gently massage the product in, I find this doesn't happen.
I have been suing this product for 6 months. During this time I have noticed a slight increase in little wrinkles under my eyes. The shimmer in the cream is the only thing that lightens dark circles though. I don't feel it is an actual treatment, just atemporary fix.
After using it for a few weeks, it does cause temprary stinging under my eyes when I apply makeup, but it seems to subside ina few minutes.
The packaging is good. I feel I can get every last drop since it pushes the product from the bottom up
This smooths out and lightens the skin under my eyes. Not much in the way of a moisturizer, but it definitely brightens. Love the package and I'm a sucker for a nice looking bottle, but I'd rather try something else than get this again. Not bad, but not HG material.
I really liked this. I noticed the skin around my eyes become a bit firmer. I am 44 and I thought it reduced the look of my wrinkles. It made my dark circles less apparent (although it is temporary - you have to reapply every day).
nice packaging but it doesnt do anything for my eyes except burn them
Packaging is groovy, pump makes it really sanitary and helps determine how much to use, but I don't see the "Illuminator" properties, except that it does have an irridicent look in the pump. It works fine for an everyday eye moisturizer- the texture is light (not thick like a heavy cream, but heavier than a gel- perfect for me.)
This is the eye product that has the spiral of pearl creme twirled through clear gel. Pretty neat looking. However, if you have a single line around your eye, that pearly creme will highlight each one!! I'm over 50...what did I expect? Except that Definity is marketed to my age group, so I don't get what Procter & Gamble was thinking. All of that being said, if you LIKE that look, then this is a nice, light, fast absorbing eye product. The consistency is lovely and it feels good on. It's $30 at CVS. For Olay! What happened to the reasonably priced drugstore products? continued >>
for skincare products I'm really trying to hold off reviewing them until I've used the whole bottle.
So, now that I've used the whole bottle of this stuff I'll say that it didn't do a thing for me. Didn't cause any problems, but it just didn't "do" anything.
No illumination (did someone here say there was glitter in their bottle? not mine...) didn't help with moisturing, didn't do anything for my little crow's feet.
I did notice that it stung a bit when I first put it on, but I think that was when I got it onto the area that I use Retin A.
It's cool, neato packaging, but that's about it.