StriVectin • SD Eye Concentrate for Wrinkles • Treatments (Eye)
|Would buy this product again.||44%|
Age: 44-55 Skin: Normal, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Black
I have used this cream for over 2 years now and I see no improvement whatsoever. The ads claimed that I would see improvement in a month but NOTHING, NADA, ZILCH, NANDEMONAI!
I am a professional man that meets consultants and I need to look my best. I was really hoping that this cream would help. When I finish what I have I am planning to look at other products.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Brown
Irritated my eyes like crazy.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
This claims that in 2 to 8 weeks, lines, creases and dark circles look less visible. Well, I used up an entire tube of this eye cream and my lines, creases and dark circles look exactly the same or worse than when I started. I don't think this eye cream caused my eyes to look worse, I think it just failed to fight aging. It's pretty emollient and with my naturally oily skin, it didn't work well under makeup either. I think the only people who might like this are ones who have dry skin and just want a very basic eye cream. I've since moved on to Neutrogena's rapid wrinkle repair eye cream and I like it 10x better than the StriVectin AND it's cheaper!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Very Dry, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Love this stuff to death! If I had to buy only one anti aging product this would be it! I've tested so many products, but this was the only one that worked right before my eyes. My eyes have been sagging and when I sleep I get wrinkles over night. But when I started using this stuff the sagging was lifted some kind of way. I don't know how it did it, but it did. Next I noticed my skin seems to resist the wrinkling over night. Though I know I've got to sleep differently, point is I couldn't believe how my eyes were de-aging. I really hate paying big money for skin products but this one works so well its not even a big deal. I'm just glad to finally find something that works and works so well!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
Did not see an improvement at all...worse, maybe i'm paranoid, but i think i have more wrinkles..?!?!?!?!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
Got a free sample of this at Sephora. Tried it numerous times but it burned my eye area so badly I threw most of or in the trash.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Normal Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
I received a sample from Beauty.com, and I decided to use it last night. I woke up this AM with wrinkles and bags that weren't there yesterday. Total crap. Save your $$.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Brown
This does absolotely nothing exept making you look like a panda bear because you need to wipe the mascara stains from under your eyes all day long and give you more fine lines ( not kidding).I realy gave it a try for about 4 weeks as the reviews where fairly great but first off al the cream is to consistant so you need to rub wich is a pretty bad thing and it stay's greasy all day long and to be honnest,my under eye skin looks worse now.No, very over rated and way to expensive!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
I used up an entire 0.25 oz of this stuff on my fine lined eyes. I am 23 years old and I did some tanning in my day to start some fine lines.
I wore this day and night for 1-2 months until my sample sized was used up. It did cause my eyes to tingle a little bit after applications but it dried out my under eye area. I would wake up with more fine lines and it did nothing for my hereditary dark circles. To undo the damage, I had to use tons of hydrating lotions under my eyes to restore the dehydrated skin. This did nothing for my fine lines but make them deeper. The packaging makes it hard to get every last drop out of the bottle. This is too expensive for what it does. I will never buy this again. I got this in a birchbox and paid for that box with my own money. If i put it anywhere near my eyelids, it did burn my eyes. Therefore, if you are looking for something sensitive this is not your eye cream. It made my under eye concealer apply cakey and uneven. I would not recommend this to ANYONE. Those older than me are most likely going to have more issues with dryness and lack of results.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Dry, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
Sorry to be the naysayer here, but after a month's usage, I saw absolutely nothing improved and went back to my regular product that I know works. I didn't find this moisturizing enough for my under eye area either, but rather more on the drier side.
After I wash my face, my skin is on the drier side, post-menopausal. I have fine lines and the beginnings of crows's feet.
Perhaps this might be good for someone younger that is just beginning to see lines, etc., or for someone with an oilier skin type, but for someone with post-menopausal skin that already has lines, this product didn't do anything. However, according to their site, it is a product that should work for crow's feet and wrinkles, in addition to puffiness and dark circles (those two I don't have). Strivectin also says that after two months of usage, which is their "clinically proven timeline", I should see a difference. I gave them a month to show me something and the results were negative in being able to show me some type of improvement. I firmly believe I should have seen something in the first four weeks, at least, but I didn't.
I've used other products that have given me results much more quickly that I've been much happier with in a far lesser time period. In addition, other products also gave me better hydration. This is just not a product for my skin and I wouldn't conceive of wasting another month waiting to see whether or not there might be an improvement in my eye area.
Dispensing it from a tube might seem more sanitary to some than a jar, but I always take a small amount out of my jars and put that into a tiny container to use for a few weeks anyway. The jar remains untouched by human fingers, and it goes back into my refrigerator. So touching the tip of a tube with your finger can still place germs into the cream, while taking cream out of a jar with a tiny spatula won't.