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Kate Avatar

I second. I am 26 so I don’t need an eye cream that does super fancy things. The Avocado Eye Cream is wonderful. Hydrates any dry areas around my eyes and makes my skin so happy if I just had to scrub waterproof mascara off.

Elena Avatar


This is *very* rich. The tiniest amount goes a long way and it’s affordable compared to some that I’ve seen. I’ve been using it for months and have barely made a dent. I love this stuff!

kurohana Avatar

The DHC Concentrated Eye Cream is the moist hydrating one i’ve tried so far i’ve repurchased it twice.
Right now i’m using extra repair eye cream from Bobbi Brown i haven’t seen any change wont be repurchasing that again but I will try her other one i also want to try the Orgins ginzing eye cream

Amanda R Avatar

Paula’s Choice Skin Recovery Mask. It can be left on overnight and it’s so hydrating, but still doesn’t cause milia (at least on my skin).

stacey Avatar

I used to be able to use Clarins- balm eye cream.
Now I have to use Sisley’s eyecream. I am going ot get samples of all the ones described above. Because Sisley is wonderful…but so so so expensive. It has been the only one that has worked on me and I have tried many samples of many brands.

Jacy Avatar

I’ve tried many eye creams in the last couple years and mostly they do NOTHING but occasionally burn my eyes.
I continued on my quest and a couple months ago picked up the Body Shop Vitamin E eye cream when it was on sale. I went on a trip a couple weeks ago and got a facial and had listed “puffy eyes and fine lines” on my chart. The girl came in and was like, “WHERE??” I really looked at my eyes and my fine lines are EFFING GONE. Completely. Entire and TOTALLY.

Kami Avatar

I have really dry skin and hereditary dark circles so eye creams are definitely the items I love buying the most. Out of all the ones I’ve tried the most moisturizing were the Shiseido Benefiance, Shiseido White Lucent and ROC Complete Lift Eye Cream. These have definitely helped my eye area. ROC has done wonders at thickening the skin and really hydrating it, and it’s really reasonable priced as well. Shiseido ones are definitely great but definitely more expensive than ROC .The Benefiance one targets wrinkles and dry skin and the White Lucent one targets dark circles. At the moment I am rotating between the ROC and Shiseido White Lucent. My mom swears by the Benefiance one. She is 47, has dry skin and no wrinkles around her eyes.

xamyx Avatar

I’ve tried many, but most have burned/stung the eye area (not the eye itself, but the delicate skin), so I’ve been simply using pure vitamin E oil, or a vitamin E stick. Philosophy Miracle Worker Anti-Aging Cream is great for actual “issues”, however I don’t feel it really moisturizes. I do have drier skin, though, and require alot of hydration.

Ryou Avatar

I rely on rosehip oil to make my moisturizer richer as well. I usually go for 4 drops when it’s really cold and 1 drop when it’s warm. I think it’s more practical than rotating 2-3 different moisturizers throughout the year, it also helps you use up products before they go bad.

Alia Avatar

I have tried numerous eye creams and have yet to find one I really love…I have Bobbi Brown’s Extra Repair Eye Cream and although it is hydrating it is nothing special. I have dark circles, dry around the eyes and am starting to get laugh lines around my eyes. If anyone has suggestions please let me know!

Amanda Avatar

I’m 20 with combo skin, so I can’t really use a super hydrating eye cream. I used Origins Plantscription eye cream and it was so thick and rich that it gave me milia under the eyes. I should have purchased the equivalent treatment instead because it’s supposed to be lighter!

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