DHC Eye Bright is a clear gel. It goes on cool without any sticky residue or buildup. It dries quickly and sits well under makeup or moisturizers. I used it twice a day, morning and night. I did notice that it helped get rid of any puffiness that may have built up overnight but it did little to nothing for my dark circles. Furthermore, it was not at all moisturizing for me. In fact, on some days I felt like it made my eye area even more dry than usual (though it never actively irritated the skin around my eyes). It did help decrease puffiness, but it didn't 'brighten' or moisturize... if puffiness is an issue for you, I'd recommend it but only in conjunction with an actual moisturizing eye cream.
Treatments -MD Skincare by Dr. Dennis Gross - Correct & Perfect Spot Treatment
jinjooh 8/12/2008 2:09:00 AM
Loved this spot treatment!! i have occasional mild breakouts of pimples of the 'little red raised bumps' sort (nothing cystic, nothing 'white', nothing gigantic). applying this spot treatment to a new pimple at night instantly made the pimple less painful and slightly less inflamed; by the next morning the pimple was either gone or considerably smaller. fantastic stuff! cons are that it smells a bit funny (sulfur) and it is a tad expensive ($28 for half an ounce - but you only need a little bit each time, my .5 ounce tube lasted me over a year and a half!).
I've been using this product for about three months as my only acne treatment. I usually have moderate acne (a few pimples all the time) and many more old acne scars but the AminoDerm Gel has both decreased my number of breakouts AND helped my scars fade. i have very fair, sensitive, acne-prone skin but the gel didn't dry-out or irritate my skin. after applying it and letting it soak in i did notice that my skin looked 'shiny' and felt just a TINY bit 'tight' but a little bit of of moisturizer fixed it right up. the gel is a greenish-brownish color and it smells a little bit like raw peeled potatoes (but the smell fades pretty quickly). the packaging is simple - a squeeze tube made of plastic. i didn't find it troublesome but it's hard to squeeze the last bits out (not that big of a deal considering 2 ounces is about $8.00).