Olay • Age Defying Revitalizing Eye Gel • Treatments (Eye)
|Would buy this product again.||60%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Red Eyes: Blue
This eye gel is amazing. I got it at Walmart for less than $10, and with the tiny amount you need, it will last you forever. I'm only 20 so I don't need anything heavy but I do sometimes wake up with puffy eyes (hormones/stress/etc) and using this has helped SO much. I use it mainly at night but will sometimes reapply when putting on my makeup if my eyes are extremely puffy and it goes in very smoothly under my makeup. I will definitely be purchasing this again.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I used this product for awhile and found that it did help my eyes "wake up" in the morning, getting rid of some of that puffiness and darkness before I swiped my foundation on top. However, the dip-your-finger-in pot irks me out and I won't be repurchasing since I used it up. For a drugstore eye product, this is probably one of the more effective ones. Still, there has to be something better out there.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Olive, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I'm only 22 but want to start using eye creams. I have used other eye creams before but never felt they were necessary so I never stuck it out. I have fine lines around my eyes from smoking and sun exposure and just wanted something to hydrate the area and maybe even prevent any future lines.
I love this eye gel! I'm usually in a rush when I put it on and get it in my eyes half the time but it doesn't sting or irritate them at all. I had a few areas near the inner corner a week ago that looked as they were going to become more lines but after using this they have already disappeared. My eyes appear brighter and I think this is definitely a good eye cream if you just want hydration or are new to creams in this area. It's also cheap and you only need to use the tiniest bit, I can easily see this lasting over 6 months.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Other
If I recall correctly it was expensive back when I bought it-like 20 bucks. Right now I looked online and it's fairly cheap like 10 bucks. It really does tighten the eye skin area at least for awhile and maybe temporarily reduces wrinkles a little. I don't really have that many wrinkles yet so it's hard to tell how good this works. My main peeve is that I kept the product for awhile since I was using other creams as well and it mostly all dried up and disappeared in the stupid bottle they packaged it in. Other issue is it gets all sticky and hard on my skin like a glue or something. I think I will just stick to a good moisturizer from now on because that helps more.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
Love this eye gel, have re-purchased it repeatedly. Have tried loads of creams etc. in this area but definitely think gel is the better of the two. I have sensitive eyes and this one agrees with my skin and I think it is helping keep deep lines at bay. You can apply make-up straight after using it, and I am often able to find it on 'offer' if I shop around and stock up and save some pennies. It is fragrance free, inexpensive and pleasant to use so will continue to be a staple in my routine.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Black Eyes: Black
I think this works better as a daily eye moisturizer for younger skin than as a way of diminishing wrinkles. I'm not finding it sticky, probably because I'm not applying too much. It feels nice and cool when applied but it feels almost the same as a fragrance-free, facial moisturizer. So overall it's ok but I don't think I'll repurchase.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Dry, Medium Brown, Warm Hair: Brown Eyes: Black
I apply this right before bed and it feels great...I have to be more consistent but I think it's worth trying if you have tired eyes or fine lines
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Blond, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Blue
Hmmm, would I buy this stuff again? Well, I have bought it repeatedly, but I think it's more based on the price than the results. This stuff is pretty inexpensive, but I can't really tell if it's doing anything for me. I do like to put it in the fridge and apply it once it's cooled down, feels awesome and does seem to de-puff my eyes a bit after a rough night or bad allergies. If you're looking for something based on anti-aging properties, this stuff might not top your list. It is good for day-to-day, though.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Olive, Neutral Hair: Black, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Black
I've read mixed opinions of using eye creams from different cosmetic experts . The cosmetic cop Paula Begoun claims , moisturizers for the eyes are NO different than facial moisturizers ...
I'm 29 and the fine lines under the eyes starting to show up more... I thought it's time to take care ..So i bought this ...I've always loved Olay ...The eye creams from their Regenerist and Total Effects line are expensive...So i chose this one. It cost about $ 12
This gel has cucumber in it... It is refreshing to the eye area..
But the container is not in a Pump form ..I hate to dip my fingers into the container again and again everytime i use it .So i dip a q-tip and take the product from it and apply it with my fingers ..( I'm very careful using the products around my eyes in particular ).
Though it is affordable and cooling I don't like it bcoz once it is absorbed or dried , whatever that is ,it feels kind of sticky and I feel like washing it off immediately .
I've only used it couple of times at night.. So don't know about the Age defying part .I don't use it in the morning bcoz i use my moisturizer with built- in SPF .
Not buying it again !!!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily Hair: Black Eyes: Other
I've found this to be a basic moisturizer without being greasy. It also doubled as a light all-over-the-face moisturizer. While it kept my eye area from flaking, it didn't stop my first crow's feet from forming during these past few months of usage. I think this gel may be suitable for younger skin only. I would only repurchase this as a backup product.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
this is the first eye cream i have ever tried and i am using it as a preventative measure as i am still in my early 20s.
since birth, one of my eyes has ALWAYS been way puffier than the other (i dont kno why, its not genetic) and i never used to use anything to treat it until i started noticing how PROFOUND it was in pictures. immediately, and without researching, i picked up a drugstore eye treatment to see if it would help. it did. in fact, both eyes have reduced in puffiness tremendously. hardly noticeable in pictures anymore and im glad.
and even though i am ever so grateful for the results, i would still like to see if there is another better product out there which is the only reason i would say no to repurchasing.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I finished the product today, after a daily usage for 6 months.
It makes the eye area feel comforted,refreshed and moisturized.If you keep it in the fridge,the refreshing effect increases.
Though,it is not very useful for morning usage since it does not have SPF.So, I used it only at nights.
I guess the "age defying" part of the gel did not work for me;I did not see any improvement in my eye area-the fine lines stayed where they were before.
I have not observed any bad effects.
It is a nice,light moisturizer for the eye area.But I will not repurchase it since I am looking for a deeper moisturizing effect.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Oily Hair: Black Eyes: Black
It's okay, helps concealer go on smoothly (for my dark circles). Not sure it's helping wrinkles diminish but it doesn't clog my pores unless I put too much on.
I just wish it came in a squeeze tube, more sanitary that way.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Normal Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
Terrific eye gel. I keep it in the fridge which makes it work even better. Helps depuff, serves as a primer and hydrates the eye area. I often slap this on first thing upon wakening, just feels so invigorating. Highly rec.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Blond, Straight, Medium Eyes: Blue
At 31, I'm getting the onset of fine lines around my eyes and more crepeyness around the delicate skin in that area. I'm really not panicky about that. . . I am ok with aging and know nothing can stop the march of time. But I'll take any little improvements and perks that come my way at a reasonable cost.
Enter this eye gel. It's reasonable—around $12 full price. Soothing and feels light and easy on the delicate eye area. Hydration is great—which surprises me a bit since the product is not at all "heavy" like many moisturizers I have used. After using it for a week, only at night, my eye area skin feels a little firmer and just healthier.
No drastic changes, but I feel like my eyes look fresher.
I have hereditary dark circles, and this does not diminish them (it doesn't claim to), but concealer glides smoothly over the area, and I'm cool with that.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
i happened to really like this as a day treatment under my makeup. i used to use very creamy eye creams during the day and it just doesnt work with oily lids. this olay gel sets and works well under a primer, and i never get any creasing. it goes on as a liquid and sets up to an almost dry consistency, but its still moist, just not wet. this isnt a really intense eye cream so if you have very deep onset crows feet you may need something more age appropriate, but for daily wear this is a great moisturizer. and its so much cheaper than department store. i think i paid $11. great for the money
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Very Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
i read reveiws on play and they were great and i read about the product and thought nothing could go wrong because i read alittle goes a long way. so i went to walgreens and asked them to opent his for me and it was about $14 and i thought well its gel so it must not be oily and i hate oily stuff, i seriously think i have oil phobic or something haha. anyways i got it and i was excited to use this because its my first eye cream thing. but once you put this on, nothing happens, theres no smell and no effect. i like that its cheap and olay is an alright brand and that its not oily but how is it suppose to be moisturizing without some oilyness. after it dried, it felt like some matte primer and i saw no results, if anything it probably caused me to have deeper fine lines lol from seeing no results. i even used this as a moisturizer for my whole face because it dries so matt and quick just to waste the product positively. so i just use this from time to time when i feel bad for it.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette, Fine Eyes: Hazel
This stuff is just ok. Not great. It is somewhat moisturizing. Although I do find that it doesn't moisturize the inner corners of my eyes all that well. On days I decide to put a little shadow there, its kinda just sinks in to creases. Also, does NOTHING for dark circles or discoloration.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
Bought this mostly for hydration and it does an ok job,but what can you expect for 12.00 Canadian.Its colorless and fragrance free and doesnt irritate the skin around your eye.Leaves it a cooling sensation and does help depuff abit.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Hazel
I've recommended this so many times, can't believe I haven't reviewed it! I used this for years, probably between the ages of 25-35, until I needed something a little sturdier. Absorbs well, makeup can be easily applied over it without the moisturizer causing your mascara to dissolve all over your face. No noticible fragrance, so none of that pesky irritation some eye creams cause. No milia, no breakouts. Runs between $13-15, and you can generally find it on sale at your drugstore. I view this eye gel as a preventative product, so don't expect retinol-quality repair! Truly a great drugstore product, especially for oily-skinned gals.
This is probably not a product for women in my age range, unfortunately. If you're 40's-50's, I recommend Clarins Advanced Extra-Firming Eye Serum.