Post # 1
If one more person from Sephora comments that I need eye cream I’m going to cry. Okay not really, but I’m tired of hearing it. I’m also tired of trying different eye creams. I thought Philosophy’s Miraculous Anti-aging eye cream was going to be the end of my search, but it hasn’t really been doing anything more than normal moisturizer was. I think it’s actually drying the area under my eyes a bit.
Any suggestions on what cream to try? I have some fine lines under my eyes and some hereditary dark circles.
Post # 3
Shiseido Benefiance eye cream is the only eye cream I’ve tried that doesn’t cause a reaction to my sensitive skin. I put it on before my moisturizer, then I use Bobbi Brown’s concealer in bisque, then Dior moisturizing concealer on top. Totally covers up the dark circles and my eyes don’t get cakey/flaky by the end of the day.
Post # 4
I use olay serum, but I mostly use it for the extra moisture.
Post # 5
i use caudalie eye serum at night http://sephora.com/browse/product.jhtml?id=P216646&categoryId=C10479 and caudalie cream during the day. http://sephora.com/browse/product.jhtml?id=P6027&categoryId=C10479 it has actually reduced my “fine lines”, and i never thought any cream would do that. it is also creat for sensitive skin.
Post # 6
I used Dr. Pericone’s stuff once and it was like surgery for my eyes. My eyes were dramatically different in the morning. I got a free sample from the Nordstrom counter – try it, it may work for you!
Also – if you aren’t drinking enough water, it starts to show up in your eyes over time. Maybe up your water intake, if you aren’t getting enough now.
Post # 7
@Pomapoo: i use the same eye cream from Shiseido, it’s about $50 for a small bottle, but a lil dab of that stuff goes a long way!
Post # 8
@Pomapoo: Okay I’m going to head back and trade in the Philosophy stuff for the Shiseido! Plus I like it comes in a jar instead of a pump so not as much gets wasted from being stuck in the container.
Post # 9
@oracle: I’ll have to get a sample of the Pericone stuff. Great call on the water. When it’s cold out I don’t drink nearly enough.