Our Six-Week Eye Cream Expose
Photo evidence of how swanky brands stack up against drugstore gems when it comes to fighting wrinkles
Right eye (appears left): StriVectin-SD Eye Cream, $59.
StriVectin-SD review: "This is a wonderfully emollient eye cream designed for twice-daily use. I found it to be too greasy for daytime, but perfect before bed. It has a luxurious satin finish and a faint yet pleasant fragrance. This product is worth the price, especially for people with drier skin."
Olay review: "This system touts itself as at-home microdermabrasion. It can be used up to three times per week as a supplement to daily eye creams. Its fun (but wasteful) packaging makes application simple: Simply squeeze the cream from a single-use pod onto the attached applicator pad and apply to the eye area. At this price point, I would recommend it."
Results: "After one week of using StriVectin-SD, I noticed that the skin around my eye was smoother and well hydrated. After using the Olay, my skin felt firmer and smoother."
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