(Closed) Help! I need a good eye cream

posted 8 years ago in Beauty
Post # 3
571 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

I love Clinique’s all about eye cream.  But when that is too pricey for my budget, Aveeno’s positively radiant eye cream is good too

Post # 4
1075 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

Oooh I swear by Origins.  I use their whole cleansing/toning/etc regimen.  I recommend their Origins Youthtopia firming eye cream.  They are a little pricey but I can’t remember how much just the eye cream itself cost since I bought all the products together.  I would say it’s probably around 25-30 dollars?  Maybe less, maybe more? I saw and felt a difference with in a week or so. 

Post # 7
5154 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: June 2010

I love Skyn Iceland…sephora carries it 🙂


Post # 8
192 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: May 2009

the reason why products are expensive is…unfortunately, the ingredients! (If it was expensive just for the brand name, then life would be better!! in my opinion at least~! ^^)

it really depends how effective, or how serious the things you mention are ~ (puffiness, fine lines, and wrinkles)~ because if that’s really gonna drive you crazy or upset you when it shows up in photos or videos or gets accentuated by using concealers (sometimes makeup artists apply it into the grain instead of against the grain…and accentuates the lines – some lines we don’t even have….!) then I would say just get the ‘good’ eye cream~~ if a ‘decent’ one costs 25-30, and it isn’t as effective, and you try another decent one for another 25-30, wouldn’t that be 50-60 already?

I used to do this to myself when I was younger~ i would buy 3 ten dollar mascaras, when I could have just bought one 30 dollar one that does the function of all 3~!

Post # 9
18645 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2009

I like Clinique All About Eyes Rich at night and Advanced Stop Signs Eye for day.  All About Eyes Rich helps with undereye circles, shadows, and fine lines and Advanced Stop Signs Eye brightens and prevents photoaging.

Post # 10
18 posts
  • Wedding: April 2012

I agree that Origins has some pretty good skincare, and I like the fact that it limits its uses of chemicals and harsh products. It costs a little bit more than Clinique, but with skincare, you definitely get what you pay for.



Post # 11
25 posts
  • Wedding: July 2012

I second the Icelandic Relief Cream! It has a nice cooling sensation and works really well on puffy eyes. It also wears nicely under make-up. I think it is around $45 and lasted me over six months using it twice a day–a little goes a long way. Good luck!

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