Murad • Resurgence Renewing Eye Cream • Treatments (Eye)
|Would buy this product again.||57%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
This eye cream is way too expensive. All it does is just deep hydration. Murad isn't viewed as a high end and luxury brand but it keeps listing high prices. I am not sure why that is. Their products are really superb but just ok so I would rather buy eye creams from L'Oreal and Olay than Murad.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
It moisturizes well and doesn't sting, but it didn't improve my eye area at all. I used Murad's SPF eye cream during day and this at night, not worth the $$$ folks!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
This is pretty much one of 3 products I would NEVER be without, the other 2 being the Murad Renewing Night Cream and the Night Repair Glycolic Treatment (which has been discontinued so soon I will be without it!). Even then, if I had to choose just one product, it'd be this eye cream.
I am going to be 45 next month. My skin is decent from staying out of the sun, and I look younger than I am but the under eye wrinkles and crepe-y-ness are starting to happen, which is depressing to be honest. I've tried EVERY eye cream and lotion known to woman kind to try to soften the lines under my eyes and nothing has worked like this. This is like a miracle cream. I don't know what is in this stuff, but it definitely softens lines to a point where you noticeably do not see them as much right after you apply it. It's like an eraser. There must be some sort of a plumping agent in this cream is all I can think of. It also works on eye puffiness better than anything else I've tried.
I use this at night, and also during the day. For day use, I use the Essential C eye cream with SPF 15 first under my eyes, and then I apply a few small dots of the Renewing Night Cream only on top of places where I'm starting to get deeper lines to plump them up.
When I smile, that is when my under eye wrinkles really show up and I look old. This cream dramatically helps with that and I don't feel so self conscious anymore when I smile or laugh. I could even see the difference in pictures.
I noticed some unfavorable reviews written by women who are in their 20s and 30s, that this product did not work for them. I think that not every skin type is the same so not every product will respond the same for each person. And that may be the case with this one. I'm still surprised this doesn't work for everyone equally as well because like I said, I've tried everything and this is the only product that worked to decrease my wrinkles.
I'll buy this again and again.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
Really unimpressed with this eye cream. It did leave my eye area feeling well moisturised and soft, but I saw no difference in the look of my skin at all. I bought a 30 day kit of Murad's anti ageing products and I am glad that I didn't pay full price for this. I have had better results from drugstore products than this eye cream. Definitely wouldn't purchase again.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Brown
This is one of the best eye area creams I ever tried! I really didn't find any negative things to say about this product, because this is just awesome. I like it's texture, it goes on smoothly; it hydrates well and leaves your skin silky. It also doesn't irritate my eyes as many other eye treatments do. I like everything about this product and I've tried almost anything out there (also La Prairie cellular, etc).
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Grey
I told my Esthetician that my lower eyes often feel heavy or tired due to stressful job and start to have fine lines but not noticeable yet. She recommended me this product - I shelled it out for $80 and was expecting to see immediate result.
After eight weeks, there was no result - I followed instruction, eye cream then moisturizer - sometimes I'd use serum before eye cream but didn't see the difference. My pump broke so I removed that pump and the cream inside became chalk-like and hard.
I had a talk with the owner at a high-end medical spa and asked her if she knows any good eye creams then she asked me what I normally use? I told her about Murad then she shook her head and told me not to use any Murad products. They are nothing but fillers and Murad is just a celebrity doctor who wants money, not result.
The owner recommended me La Roche Posay's intensive eye cream. I used two times and already saw the immediate result. The price is half less than Murad's.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
This works okay, it's moisturizing but not enough for me. The cream hardens at the pump every time i use it and it bugs me.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Dry, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Hazel
This is not a moisturizer.
This is an eye treatment intended for women who are undergoing or past menopause.
After applying this, follow with a moisturizer, as the directions say, so i sometimes put 100 Percent Pure Coffee Bean Caffeine Eye Cream on my under eye after applying this.
I do not have bags or dark circles under my eyes. But i do have fine wrinkles and crepey skin, and have recently developed crows feet. So i have been looking for something to help relieve them. This stuff is pricey. But after trying several well regarded DS brands, as well as some *very* expensive eye creams, and having mostly failure, and often eye irritation, i decided to give this a try.
It comes in a well-designed pump bottle, and you can see how much is left, as the bottom moves up with usage. I have no trouble controlling the pump to get small amounts out to apply on my upper orbital bone, crows feet, and under eye area. And, hurrah! it does not irritate my often sensitive eyes.
I am not surprised that a number of younger reviewers did not find this worked for them - it is, after all, intended for women who have passed or are undergoing menopause. It is not intended for women who are hormonally relatively normal.
I have been using Murad Resurgence Renewing Eye Cream for 3 weeks, morning and night, and i am actually seeing a lessening of under eye crepeiness, and even my crows feet have gotten less deep! I am quite a skeptic, and i am amazed that this stuff is actually working! I did not expect miracles, but i am surprised and pleased that i am getting the results i was hoping for. This is definitely a keeper!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
Luckily I got this for free for purchasing a Murad book, so I didn't waste my money on it. I would not repurchase. I have been using it for abouta month and I feel as though it barely moisturizes and doesn't really do much. After applying I have to put a tiny bit of Burt's Bee's Attar serum because my undereye area looks so dry. I have relatively young looking skin (only 28), but my undereye area is my bad spot because of my allergies and sleeping on my side, and I had high hopes for this, but off to search for another eye cream!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Dark, Warm Hair: Black, Relaxed, Medium Eyes: Brown
I bought this eye cream after an intensive online search. From reviews on MUA and other sites, this seemed to be the best option for me, so, i gladly shelled out 72 dollars 3 months ago hoping I would see some improvement in my eye area. Results? absolutely no difference. Nothing.
While this goes on very smoothly and caused me no irritation whatsoever, I didn't see any difference in the creases and lines around my under eye area. It may have some mild brightening effect, but since I have no problem with dark circles, its not going to change my rating of 2 lippies for this product. This also contains the littlest amount of product ever in any eye cream I ever purchased. Less than 3 months down the line, I'm completely out. No love lost here