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Whether you indulged in a late-night House of Cards marathon or too many carefree teenage summers at the beach (read: sunburns), your face doesn't have to broadcast the effects of your past choices. This hydrating eye cream reduces dark circles and puffiness, while working over time to improve elasticity and soften fine lines. Just as importantly, it includes a mineral UVA+UVB sunscreen to block damaging sunrays to keep future signs of aging at bay. And thanks to its eye-brightening ingredients, you can continue enjoying Netflix binges well into the wee hours and still look fresh in the morning.
I kinda liked the teeny tiny sample. But I like cute little things. :)5
I liked the non-greasy texture of this sample but it was too small for me to tell whether it's an effective product.3
Eye cream feels great and seems to smooth out the little creases!4
I love me some eye cream, this one didn't disappoint!!!
Not my favorite one I've received from BB but not bad
This felt good going on and seemed to be effective.4
I don't think the sample is enough to get a feel for the product. I did like that it absorbed quickly and didn't irritate my skin like other eye creams.3
My eyes feel hydrated and the didn't burn my eyes. My eyes are very sensitive and usually anything with an spf burns my eyes. I'm happy with this product.5
This is the first eye cream I have ever tried that has an SPF. I was worried it would irritate my eyes, but it doesn't. Great vacation eye cream!4
It is alway good to get ahead of lines that can be caused by sun damage4
It was pleasant enough to use -- very gentle and non-irritating. The texture made it fairly easy to apply and it seemed to blend in just fine, and I like the idea of it and its SPF. But it didn't seem to have much effect on the dark circles or texture of my skin. It certainly wasn't bad, but its kind of pricey for just the peace of mind from the SPF, and doesn't really strike me as worth adding another step to my morning routine.3