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I've tried many of these eye products, and while they are okay, I would like to share what works for me. The very best eye firming creams I've ever tried (and trust me, I've spent a ton of time & money trying to find great eye products) are, in reverse order: 3. Dior Capture Totale Multi-Perfection Eye Treatment, $93 2. La Mer Eye Balm Intense + La Mer Eye Concentrate, $180 each 1. Chanel Sublimage Eye Cream, $225 This Dior line is great overall, and decently priced. The results are quite good. If you have a little extra to spend and are really out to find AMAZING results, try the La Mer duo or the Sublimage by Chanel. In all honesty, the Chanel Sublimage line is by far my fave, and not just for the eye area (the serum and face lotion is awesome, but this article is about eyes, so...!). The La Mer, like I said, is great, but I discovered that to get the very best results, you really need to buy both the Eye Concentrate and the Eye Balm and use them together. I decided that buying both was a bit pricey, so I tried the Chanel Sublimage eye cream. That alone worked better (for me, at least) than both the La Mer eye products together! Compared to $360 for both La Mer eye products, $225 for the Chanel Sublimage is the winner, hands down. Perhaps the Sublimage line doesn't get the hype that La Mer does, but it should!

by sarah_kelly_saenz Tuesday, April 2, 2013 at 09:36AM Report as inappropriate

WOW! Olay, Mary Kay, Estee Lauder, and Lauder are at the top of my list. Also included here should be Ole Henriksen's "Ultra Lift Eye Gel." It is cooling, comforting, and extremely effective!

by GigiSD Friday, March 15, 2013 at 10:32PM Report as inappropriate

i realy realy love this Mary Kay Firming Eye Cream

by gartlenecherrie Thursday, March 14, 2013 at 09:59AM Report as inappropriate

I wanted to try The Vitamin Enhanced Face Firming Serum from Made from Earth even though it had some mixed reviews. I have using it daily for almost three weeks. I am just starting to show my age and I don't really have wrinkles, just a few fine lines. I do however wake with puffy, tierd looking eyes that last most of the day and they make me feel like I look old and wrung out. It is a little heavy compaired to what I usually use. I found I don't like it under full makeup, which I only do 2 or 3 times a week for work when I have to go in. Most days I do simmple 5 minute makeup and then I use it twice a day. Now the best part, my sad eyes do seem to respond to the Vitamin Enhanced Face Firming Serum. I didn't expect much so I am thrilled to see any change. I took before pics and in a few more weeks if I feel brave I will post the afters. My husband and I see a change. My upper lids have a little more lift and are not as puffy/tierd lookig. It's subtle and not a miracle or anything but I have gotten compliments that I look good, or healthy several times this week. I'll take it!

by kim_young Tuesday, January 29, 2013 at 11:46AM Report as inappropriate

good list

by LittleBunny Monday, January 21, 2013 at 10:39AM Report as inappropriate

I do a great deal of research on the web. A while back, I found a few independent sites that rate cosmetics. One, and I'm paraphrasing, stated that experts say that consumers do not need to buy eye creams at all! Less expensive facial moisturizers often contain the same ingredients. They specifically mentioned Olay Daily Regenerating Serum had almost identical ingredients to Olay Regenerist Eye Cream. The serum is more than three times the size of the eye cream and they sell for about the same price. Experts say both are perfectly suitable for any area of the face, including under the eyes and for eyelids. They did say that creams with caffeine are better for puffy eyes. I have been using the serum around my eyes and feel it works as well as various eye creams I've used in the past. I use only Olay products and like that this is a multi-use product so I'm saving money.

by ronist Sunday, January 20, 2013 at 06:36AM Report as inappropriate

Excellent tips... Just wish te eyecreams wasn't so costly...

by Tlee Wednesday, January 16, 2013 at 07:08PM Report as inappropriate


by EricaC123 Friday, December 28, 2012 at 05:13PM Report as inappropriate

I find most Clinique products to be highly overrated.

by robyne00 Tuesday, December 11, 2012 at 03:53PM Report as inappropriate

Some products are so pricey, it might be a cheaper option to see a doctor.

by lilas Thursday, October 25, 2012 at 11:52PM Report as inappropriate

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