Avon • Ageless Results Renewing Eye Cream • Treatments (Eye)
|Would buy this product again.||63%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
My mom didn't like using the eye cream and I refused to let her throw it away and I started using it. Its a really nice thick cream suitable for night wear and its kind of yellow. There weren't any mica particles in my eye like some other people had and it moisturized my eyes pretty well. I was kind of hoping it would tighten any fine lines that were starting to form but I didn't see any difference in my eyes when it came to that. Eyes are a lot softer though. But i just wished it had some firming properties
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Well this is an ok eye cream. I don't notice any anti aging properties but it does moisturize nicely. As noted before it is a rather thick cream more suited for night. I would buy again only because it was so cheap ( i got it for free when i purchased the line filler which actually works quite well).
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium Eyes: Black
The cream is a pale yellow and has tiny mica particles. It has a slight tangy smell, that remind me of glycolic acid or other renewing acids. It was a nice, creamy consistency to put on.
I believe I stopped using it because the mica irritated my sensitive eyes after sleep. But I think it would be good for daytime use.
I don't have wrinkles and wasn't sure why I got this (probably the buy 1 get 1 free promotion). It seems quite moisturizing and I don't think it broke me out. But these cream types might be too much for milia-sensitive eyes like mine.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
This product doesn't do anything for the bags or darkness under my eyes. It does, however, help with the fine lines. Sometimes I use it as an all-over facial moisturizer at night because the cream is very thick. Although the price was fairly cheap, I don't think I will purchase again because it didn't help with the bags like the description said it would.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
At first I really liked it. Felt it was very moisturising and made the skin around my eyes very soft. Maybe a third of a jar in I noticed little bumps under my eye, milia... Stopped using right away and went back to my nothing special Nivea DNAge and the milia has gone. So no, too heavy for my eyes after all, will not buy again.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
I tried this one for only two nights and just on one eye to test it out. Seemed to make the bags smaller. It caused dryness on my upper brow and also a white bump. Don't like the container type either.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Hazel
this is very tiny jar but a little of this product really goes a long way. the cream is VERY thick so you only need a small amt. it says to apply day and night, however i really only use this at night since it is really thick. it doesn''t really seem to sink in right away, but i am sure throughout the night it absorbs. My eyes are looking a little better already ( I have only been using this for a week, will update later). I have really dark circles and this seems to give it the moisture they need. i don't really rub it in, i just apply a thin layer..it is a little sticky but i forget about it and go on with my night.. overall, seems like it's effective.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I really like this cream. I was using it day and night but found it was pilling under my makeup, though it did have a nice 'lightening' effect, I wound up wiping it off.
Since using it at night my under eye skin has been very moisturized and when I wake up my bags are a lot smaller and my eyes look more refreshed. I haven't noticed anything on the really fine lines I have yet, but I am more than happy with how much more awake and rested my eyes look first thing in the morning.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Olive Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
Really thick eye cream. This is great for a night treatment, but I would never use this in the day. After trying it once and getting raccoon eyes within an hour, with no bottom lash mascara application, I learned my lesson. Great price for a really good eye moisturizer than definitely minimized crepiness. The lower rating is only because it is not something that works out as a good day product.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Tan, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy Eyes: Brown
Unfortunately, this eye cream stings my eyes very badly, and makes them tear up uncontrollably (it buuurns it buuuurns). Now I know this cream shouldn't come in direct contact with, well, my eyeballs - obviously. But throughout the day it slowly gets in there whether I like it or not. Let's just say, if I'm applying something centimetres away from my eyeball, it better be formulated gentle enough for No Tears at the off chance it ends up in my eye. No thank you.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I like Avons range but this didnt work for me.. its so thick that it creases my undereye skin and cannot go inside the wrinkles.. if it was a bit thinner it would have been great but.. not for me
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I used this for two weeks as an evening eye cream and found it was too thick for my skin. It never seemed to sink in properly and it didn't moisturise very well. My eye area looked slightly worse at the end of the two weeks, simply because it wasn't moisturised. As soon as I stopped using this and went back to my normal eye cream, everything was fine. Glad it's working for other people though.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
Once again, thank you MUA! This eye cream is a winner because it keeps the skin around my eyes moisturized all day long w/out smearing my mascara and eye makeup.
When I first tried this, I was sure this would be a nighttime only cream because of how rich it felt. But I quickly realized that it somehow doesn't disturb my makeup, but still manages to deliver on all day long moisture. Even more impressive is the fact that the skin around my eyes looks better - those fine lines are very much softened, and trust me, I am definitely my own worst critic. This is one of the most impressive things I own in what is a large arsenal of products LOL!
Try it! The very best thing about this eye cream is that it makes good on its promises and it's DIRT CHEAP! Avon, I'm really impressed!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Hazel
Im in love. Im only 20 so Im not looking for a product to treat wrinkles or fine lines yet. Im just focusing on prevention right now and this product delivers. It makes my normally extremely dry eye area sooo smooth. I use it everyday morning and night. It makes eye makeup application so much easier (I do use a primer though as well!) My undereye area has also been a bit scaley lately thanks to the harsh, dry winter. This really perks up my eye area and makes it look so much brighter when I use this. The only negative I can possible think of would be the fact that it comes in a little jar so you have to use your fingers to scoop it out but thats not a big deal for me because my hands are always clean when I go to apply it! and you can buy a little cosmetic spatula if it really bothers you! This is a fabulous eye cream :)
Age: 25-29 Skin: Very Oily, Tan, Warm Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
This is a super thick version of hydrofirming eye cream (by avon). Its a thick luxurious eyecream for around $10, nothing special. Moisturizes well, but its a lil harder to blend so I prefer the hydrofirming better. Its good for its price range, alot of products on the market are not as moisturizing.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I LOVE this eye cream. It's very thick but my under eye area is dry so I like that it's very moisturizing. It's fragrance free and contains shea butter along with other beneficial ingredients. I don't particularly like the day and night cream of the same line but the eye cream is awesome.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
This is a thick eye cream that has a mild scent. It contains palmitoyl oligopeptide to increase collagen production and decrease wrinkles. It stings my eyes a bit when I apply it. Really does perform. I noticed an improvement within a week in my eyelid crepiness. I won't repurchase this only because of the eye irritation which I rarely have and so I suggest that you request a sample first.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Other Eyes: Brown
I have to say that my mother works at a lazer surgery clinic and gives me all the expensive eye creams that I could ever need.. None of them have gotten rid of the "feather lines" like this product.. I am 32 and even getting some longer lines that they are minimizing. I really like this product.. The packaging could come with a little scooper so that you dont have to keep dipping your finger back in but for the price and how it works I will live with it!!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
Sigh.... I bought this eye cream for two reasons - Avon is cruelty-free (Yea!!) and the high ratings here. It is pretty inexpensive (especially if you find it on ebay) and it does seem like a nice cream. But I'm not impressed. As the last reviewer said, it does have some really nice ingredients in it, but it just didn't do the trick. It's the consistency of whipped butter but it feels heavy or greasy on my eyes. It doesn't sink in like I'd like. I even think my lids are a bit more red than usual. I hate to say it, but the best facial/eye moisturizer I've used is Oil of Olay. I refuse to buy it anymore because Proctor & Gamble refuse to stop using animals to test their products.
Back to the drawing (makeup forum) board...
Age: 36-43 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
Every year I go through this: Trying to find a lower priced eye cream that works as well as my HG (Holy Grail) eye cream, Lancome Progres. Why do I do this? Simply because when I look at the ingredients in my Lancome Progres cream and then think about how much I pay for it (about $50.00 for a half ounce), I cringe and think to myself, "somebody surely has made a similar cream with an affordable price"..but alas, it never happens.
Which brings me to Avon's Ageless Results Renewing Eye Cream, which I only tried due to the super high ratings it received here. I really have mixed feelings about this eye cream. First of all, I will say that it did not irritate my eyes, which is a miracle because Avon facial skincare products tend to do that to me, although I have only tried two in the past from the Anew line. And I purchased this eye cream for under $10.00 from Ebay, so it was too cheap to pass up trying, especially with the great reviews it garnered here. The consistency of this cream in the jar is like butter, and when you spread it under your eyes it is a bit thick and doesn't sink into the lines and crevices as well as I'd like it to..either my jar was old or this is the normal consistency of the cream. The ingredient list on this eye cream is quite impressive, and here are the major standouts: Shea Butter, Cocoa Seed Butter, Palmitoyl Oligopeptides, Ceramide 2, Soybean Seed Extract, Yeast Extract, Glucosamine HCL, Hydrolized Milk Protein, Retinyl Palmitate, Vitamin E, Algae Extract, and Squalane. Those aren't all the ingredients, just the "heavy hitters". So with all those great ingredients, how can you go wrong right? Well, even with all those great ingredients, the ONE ingredient that you will notice immediately after applying this eye cream is a fairly common one that does nothing to actually improve your skin, it simply makes it APPEAR to be improved, and that magical ingredient is Mica. Mica is a shiny mineral, and in cosmetics, it's ground into a super fine powder that basically acts like a fine glitter to brighten your skin tone. Never in my life have I seen an eye cream with so much Mica as this one, and it truly does brighten up your eyes. However here lies the problem: The eye cream is so thick and filled with Mica, that it doesn't sink into the deeper eye wrinkles very well, which means the Mica ends up surrounding the wrinkles, thus making them more noticeable. Sure, your eyes look brighter and healthier from a short distance, but anyone coming up close to you will be able to see your eye wrinkles, thanks to all that Mica surrounding them. If you don't have alot of eye wrinkles or deeper wrinkles then this eye cream will probably work great if your looking to brighten the under eye area. However, if you do have deep wrinkles, you might want to be careful using this product to make sure they don't accentuate your lines. Maybe if you apply a regular eye cream or gel before this one it would help things, but I haven't tried that yet.
So in closing, this is not a super rich eye cream like my Lancome Progres, which I am about to buy again..lol..but it does seem to do a good job at light daytime moisturization with ALOT of shiny brightness thanks to the Mica mineral mine it has inside. I would definitely only use this during the daytime, as it doesn't feel rich enough for nightly use. Good luck!
UPDATE 5-31-08: I can only tolerate this eye cream for 2-4 hours because it migrates into my eyes and makes them water. So depending on how hot it is outside, I can use it for a short while. The hotter outside, the shorter the time it takes to migrate into my eyes as the silicones melt and migrate faster into them. So if this happens to you, only use it for short periods of time. It's too bad this happens, because otherwise it does a fabulous job of brightening the under eye area. Avon stop using silicones in your eye creams!