La Roche Posay • Redermic for Eyes • Treatments (Eye)
|Would buy this product again.||64%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
It's really awesome eye cream. Its reduce fine lines and puffiness. My under eyes is more smooth and healty, i highly recommend
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I really like this eye cream! I agree with other comments regarding having to use it for a little while before seeing the results. Originally I used the tiniest (really stingy) bit because the price is rather high (about $45 AUD). It didn't seem to do anything, so after a week I stopped using it.
About a month later, I revisited it as I was experiencing dark circles and puffiness under my eyes from lack of sleep and work stress. I decided to be less stingy and used more than I had previously. It wasn't much more (I was SUPER stingy before!) but I immediately noticed a difference in puffiness and dark circles after 3-4 nights of use!
I haven't seen a whole lot of difference in improvement of fines lines, but to be fair, my lines are incredibly fair at this stage of my life. I may see improvement if I were a bit older. However, for dark circles and puffiness - this stuff is AMAZING!! And a little goes a long way (if you're not SUPER stingy like I was in the beginning). So the price is not that high when I consider that it lasted me more than 5 months (regular night time use).
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I think this is a great product but you have to give it time. I started using this and then stopped because I thought it didn't work but started using it again later on. I have been using this for 4 months onwards and I can really see a difference.
I definately think it makes my eyelids look less saggy and smooths out the fine lines.
Will keep on using this!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Black
So I've been a very inconsistent user of eye creams. I've used them on and off in the last 10 years, starting from when I was in college, but I'll be honest, it was more off than on. Now that I'm in my early thirties, my upper lids are starting to look a little crinkly and crepe-y, and I found myself panic-researching the best anti-wrinkle eye creams one evening, after which I panic-marched straight to the nearest CVS and panic-bought LRP's Redermic for Eyes. Having used the LRP sunscreens, I have a pretty positive impression of their products, as I think they're a pretty solid, no-frills kind of cosmetics company. After my dalliances with high end eye creams like La Mer Eye Balm and Chanel Sublimage, I'd resolved that it was ridiculous to spend a 3-figure sum on eye cream and I thought I'd try something from LRP--Redermic for Eyes seemed like the surest anti-wrinkle bet in the LRP stable of products.
I used it twice daily, am and pm, until all that was left was a pitifully emaciated tube. All cosmetic companies recommend that you give a product 8 to 12 weeks to take effect, but I gave this eye cream a 6 month trial. 6 months. All that is left is a pitifully emaciated tube, but I have to say that it made no difference to my eye area in the slightest. It may have kept my lids hydrated, but it appears to have done nothing for the emerging wrinkles and fine lines, which were my biggest concern. If I wanted to moisturize my eye area, I could've gone with Clinique's All About Eyes or bacon fat, you know?
That said, I believe I am younger than this eye cream's target demographic, and perhaps this is why it did not work as well, though I would have thought that it would be easier smoothing out young, shallow wrinkles and not deeper ones. I'm moving onto Shiseido's Benefiance WrinkleResist eye cream next, but I can't say I'm optimistic.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Normal, Olive, Neutral Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Violet
i've tried neostrata firming eye cream,it did worked great!then,i've tried revitalift eye cream,it did worked good.i did tried roc eye cream too,it did worked good. So, i've tried redermic face cream,and i've noticed a better difference on my skin! So,i've decided to buy the redermic eye cream.it does the same good job on my eyes! You can see the difference! The eyes are more relaxed,less stressed,more lifted! The skin is softer,all in all the lines are less apparent! It's a verry good eye cream! Love it!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
I got this on a whim when I was not seeing any results from my then-current eye cream Avene Eluage. I like it the best of all the eye creams that I have, and I wear it day and night. It comes in a hygenic, light-proof tube which helps keep the vitamin C from oxidizing, which I like. It has no discernable fragrance except for a tart smell of vitamin C (if you take supplements you know what I mean), and it has a light texture that's sort of a cross between a gel and a cream. I haven't seen any results in regards to lines since I only have the finest lines under my eyes currently, but as for moisturization this is perfect for me. I recently got a sample of a Strivectin eye cream I had been lemming and after using that for a while I've found that this is really superior. I would definitely recommend this to people my age who are trying to prevent any lines rather than correct them. But anyone of any age can use it because it's the perfect AM eye cream for those who want to use a vitamin C product during the day to protect from free radical and sun damage.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Other
I have used this cream for more than half year. I agree with some of the previous reviewers, I didnít see much result in the first couple months. I started to get disappointed and was tempted to try out other products. However, although the tube is not very very expensive, itís not cheap either. I kept using it and in the forth month, I saw the difference. The lines were less noticeable and the skin around my eyes was smoother.
But last week, I finally bought a new eye cream (even my Redermic was not finished yet) which also has rave reviews. I really appreciated what the Redermic had worked on me after I used the new eye cream for two days. My eyes got worse, obviously. So I went back to the Redermic. I didnít know it actually did a good job (smoothened the existing lines, and no new lines formed) on my eyes until I tried another product. I know I have to be consistent to see result but just like some other people, I didnít have the patient. I think I just expected too much from it but in fact, no skin care product can work like a miracle.
I know some anti-aging eye product could be not moisturizing enough or even drying. What Iím doing is I first apply this cream around my eye, then dampen my ring fingers (donít be too wet tough) using the LRP spring water and spread the cream. It makes a huge different. I always believe that I should apply eye cream or face moisturizer on damp skin. I feel it is more effective (to me at least).
Age: 44-55 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I got it from Shoppers Drug Mart in Canada, based on the saleslady recommendation. I use it more like a serum underneather Shseido benefiance eye creme. It smooths out my fine lines. It does nothing so far to the deeper lines. All in all, I think it is a good first defense against eye aging. Will purchase again.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Dark Hair: Brown Eyes: Black
Decided to try this out because I got it very cheap at a warehouse sale. I usually use Lancome or Shiseido eye creams, but bought this as a standby. The product itself a yellowish gel-cream that comes in a white 15 ml tube, which I like because it's more hygienic than a tub. I've been using this cream exclusively for a couple of months now (both day & night) and my eye area looks much smoother and refreshed. It's particularly great for day use under makeup because it never causes my concealer to crease. Overall I've seen good results comparable or even better to my more expensive Lancome and Shiseido eye creams, and I will definitely repurchase at full price.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Normal, Fair, Warm Hair: Red, Straight, Medium Eyes: Hazel
I personally love the tubes -- granted they do look clinical and maybe this fabulous skin care line is not loved as much in the US as in Europe.
I bought it in Paris a few years ago and got hooked -- it is my first line of defense against lines around my eyes. After I use this product I follow up with 2 other eye creams....lol, and then with the Shiseido Sun block for eyes. yep.. and I won't stop because so far it has been working.
my eyes are virtually without lines -- except when I laugh a lot... but they look good for an old bag. It sure beats paying for surgery.
great product and will continue to buy it.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Olive Hair: Blond, Straight, Medium Eyes: Green
You know the saying, "don't judge a book by its cover"? The same runs for cosmetics and skincare products. Just because the packaging looks great doesn't mean the product will work. This tube is very simple. It is suppose ti fill in wrinkles and its never to early to start to take care of your aging. The purpose: it can age gracefully. I'm 27 and I look 20. I've been using anti aging products for 3-4 years. Another plus is that the texture is that of a super expensive eye cream. No complaints. My friend whose great with picking out serum and eye creams (she has elephant skin under her eye) also liked the redermic.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
At first this was OK, but my eyes are really sensitive and it did get to them after a few days. This stuff is really potent!
I bought this in Taiwan, where in general pharmacists/salespeople always try to sell you stuff for women in their 70s (although I'm 30something....) saying it will 'stop aging' and it's overkill! When I asked a Canadian pharmacist, she was surprised someone recommended that cream to me and suggested I go with Active-C.
Anyhow, Redermic is too strong and the Vit C it contains does give a yellow hue to my pillow case (it does wash off but still not fun nor pretty.) I think I should give it to my mom!!!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
I've used this product for about a year. I love the texture and the way it feels on my skin but don't think it has affect my fine lines at all.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Normal Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
New product for La Roche Posay, love the feel of the product. Very good for sensitive eyes, time will tell if it does remove some puffiness
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I generally write reviews about products I like, but I have mixed feelings about this one. At first thought it was very good, especially that it helped reduce a small irritation I had under one of my eyes and since before I was using Botanics Eye Serum +Botanics Eye Moisturiser I thought should get something more...medicinal. I use a few of La Roche Posay face creams that I like very much, so I thought I would love this one too. But after a few days it started drying up my under eye skin, so I had to top it with LRP Cicaplast, to keep some moisture in. Will not buy it again, thinking of getting an eye cream from Roc.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Oily, Dark, Neutral Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
This did absolutely nothing for me. It actually seemed to make my eyes drier if that's possible. I gave this away!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
The first time I used this I was having a rare good skin day & it made my eyes look even better. I thought I'd found a good product, but each time I used it it seemed to make my eyes a little drier and more wrinkled. I tried putting moisturizer over it but no matter how I used it over time it made my eyes look worse. I've given up on most vit c eye products, my skin can't tolerate them. This didn't irritate my eyes and might work well for someone with oilier, younger skin?
Age: 36-43 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Blond, Coarse Eyes: Hazel
I have found that this softens fine lines around the eyes, and my makeup goes on nicely over this. This is by no means a *miracle* cream, but I don't think there is such a thing, and I did not have any high expectations when purchasing this cream. This is definitely one of the better eye creams I have tried, but probably will not repurchase. I don't know about long term results, as I have not been using long enough to know. I will say that it is a decent eye cream though, with stable packaging. It's $36 and available online through many etailers.
EDIT: I have since found my Holy Grail eye cream in MD Forte Skin Rejuvination Eye Cream.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
After using this product for a month or two, I still do not see any difference to my undereye area.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I've been using this eye serum for a few months now & I haven't noticed anything great about it. It stings when I first apply it, but that doesn't last long. It is not very moisturizing either. I don't think that I'll be rushing out to buy this when I'm finished, if I ever finish it.