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Sun Feb 25, 2007 6:07 pm      Reply with quote
I think it is about time I switch eye creams, simply because my beloved Guerlain one is starting to make my eyes sting lately for some reason. So I'm thinking of trying something new, but for my skin it has to be very hydrating (my skin is very dehydrated Sad ) but also lightweight, fragrance-free, and help diminish dark circles & puffiness...if there is such a *miracle* product. Rolling Eyes But I was thinking I trying a Clinique eye cream Think (also seeing as they have very generous GWP out now Razz), but I have never used them before so I'm not sure which one is best.

Can anyone please share their experiences with Clinique eye creams??

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Lots of people are loving the new All About Eyes Rich
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Will you try something other than Clinique? For your requirements, sisleya eye cream probably is comparable with Guerlain and is the best fit. It's expensive but just a tiny bit lasts a long day. Also don't use more than you need. I use it only in the winter.

You can also try La prairie cellular eye cream, Cellcosmet eye contour cream, sisley eye and lip balm, decloer harmonie eye gel. They are listed in decending orders for the hydrating intensity and price.

Hope this helps.Smile

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Sun Feb 25, 2007 7:49 pm      Reply with quote
For clinique product I love all about eye rich.
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Sun Feb 25, 2007 8:12 pm      Reply with quote
For clinique I have used moisture surge, repair wear and all about eyes rich.
Currently the one I am using right now is all about eyes rich. It is pretty good and moisturizing. I dont really have bags, or dark circles. I get a bit of puffiness in the morning and this cream seems to help. I looove repair wear for eyes- it is extremely moisturizing and is supposed to do wonders for fine lines- I will be re-purchasing that after finish with all about eyes.
Moisture surge is ok, not that great.
I liked repair wear over all about eyes rich because it is more moisturizing and I have really dry eyelids.

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I tried repairwear eye cream and mse eye gel, they all make me disappointed.

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Thanks for the recs, I want to try the All About Eyes Rich, but I think it might be a bit too rich for a 23 year old. Question Question

Jasmine, I have tried all of the eye creams you have listed without much luck. Sad The Sisleya was very nice but again was too rich for me & I got very bad milia, I didn't like the balm either I found it way too sticky. I didn't mind LP Cellular eye cream, but the Cellcosmet was too highly fragranced imo & Decleor was nice but nothing too fantastic. Thanks for your help though! Smile
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Mon Feb 26, 2007 7:20 am      Reply with quote
I have used Cliniques All About Eyes Rich and I'm loving it! I am 30...not sure if the eyecream would be to rich for 23yr old but I'm having great results. I have noticed a change in my dark cirlcles and my fine lines. I am prone to milia and I have not gotten any from this product. I have noticed a bit of itching when I get it close to the lash-line but nothing too bad.

I have also used Dermalogica Intensive eye repair and it is my HG...great eyelash cond too...I tried clinique bc I wanted to try something diff. I've used DIER for close to 3 years. It is really rich but still worked on my eyes.
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Mon Feb 26, 2007 3:08 pm      Reply with quote
I dont think the all about eye rich is a question of age. I think it just depends on your skin type. I use eye cream to prevent wrinkles not really to moisturise.I use moisture surge for now. Try both all about eyes. The regular one feel like it contain silicones, I did not like it. The rich one is just too much.

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Mon Feb 26, 2007 3:18 pm      Reply with quote
Safire wrote:
Thanks for the recs, I want to try the All About Eyes Rich, but I think it might be a bit too rich for a 23 year old. Question Question

Jasmine, I have tried all of the eye creams you have listed without much luck. Sad The Sisleya was very nice but again was too rich for me & I got very bad milia, I didn't like the balm either I found it way too sticky. I didn't mind LP Cellular eye cream, but the Cellcosmet was too highly fragranced imo & Decleor was nice but nothing too fantastic. Thanks for your help though! Smile


Sounds like you probably tried as many brands/products as me, if not more. To me, Clinique ones are worse that the ones I listed. All about eye has the sillicon feel after I put it on, and I got milia from it. But our skin seem to be very different. It maay work for u. Smile

One more eye gel I like, Chanel age delay. But again, you may not like it Smile
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Mon Feb 26, 2007 3:28 pm      Reply with quote
j0g6345 wrote:

Sounds like you probably tried as many brands/products as me, if not more. To me, Clinique ones are worse that the ones I listed. All about eye has the sillicon feel after I put it on, and I got milia from it. But our skin seem to be very different. It maay work for u. Smile

One more eye gel I like, Chanel age delay. But again, you may not like it Smile


j0g6345 yes I have tried quite a few different brands of eye cream just to see which ones actually work for my skin Razz . I have actually tried the Chanel Age Delay & I thought it was a great product but then I discovered Guerlain Happylogy which has been my HG eye cream for almost 3 years now, even though lately it is really starting to irritate my skin/eyes. Sad But I think you are right about Clinique, everytime I have tried to use their products my skin has gone crazy! Shock So I'm thinking the eye creams will probably be the same. Confused
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j0g6345 yes I have tried quite a few different brands of eye cream just to see which ones actually work for my skin Razz . I have actually tried the Chanel Age Delay & I thought it was a great product but then I discovered Guerlain Happylogy which has been my HG eye cream for almost 3 years now, even though lately it is really starting to irritate my skin/eyes. Sad But I think you are right about Clinique, everytime I have tried to use their products my skin has gone crazy! Shock So I'm thinking the eye creams will probably be the same. Confused


Ok, last possible good one I can think of, I heard good words about valmont eye cream. Haven't tried it myself. Good luck Smile
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Mon Feb 26, 2007 4:21 pm      Reply with quote
I tried a few Clinique eye creams - the samples that came in a little bag free with purchase. Can't remember the names at the moment, but I don't recall falling in love with them enough to buy the full size.
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Mon Feb 26, 2007 10:21 pm      Reply with quote
How about Lancome?
Have you tried this band?
It is very light and sink to your akin.
Unfortunately, it is quite expensive and I don't like it. because it is quite light.
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Mon Feb 26, 2007 10:52 pm      Reply with quote
I would highly recommend Sisley Sisley Eye and Lip Contour Cream. It's very moiturizing and comes in a big size. It might seem a little expensive, but it does last a very very long time. I also have very dehydrated dry skin with fine lines under my eyes, but this product has really helped. It takes quite a while to sink it, so I'd recommend it for night time use unless you don't mind having to wait before applying makeup. For a less expensive option, I'd recommend Babor Sensational Eyes Eye Cream. You can get it on EDS and it's quite cheap and works very well. It's light in texture, but moisturizes well and sinks in quickly. I've tried Clinique eye creams before and they all really irritated my eyes. However, if you really feel like splurging, La Prairie Eye Contour Cream is also a very good option to consider. It's very rich and very moisturizing. Hope that helps.

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