Been testing and using eyecreams for long now and I have come down to a few favourites. I have been using a moisturizer which is too thick, but I still really like it. I've also been using it under my eyes which has now started to show in small tiny tiny white lumps (thinking milia but they're still very small and not so visible). So from right to left, I use the Neostrata PHA (which I bought , a light acid) to prevent that. The Origins Ginseng (bought myself after I tested a press sample) one I use if I am dark under my eyes thanks to the light reflecting and sooting properties the cream has. The Verso super eye serum with retionol (press sample) I just use occasionally, retionol is strong but it really does it's job if I've slept badly and very swollen under the eye.
If you are sensitive to retinol or just don't like it I really like the soothing stick from Milk Makeup in combination with the aluminium eye roller from Real Techniques. Just be aware that these products work for me and if you would like to test something make sure, or check if you can get a sample.
I quite like Milk Makeup! No worried, it has nothing to do with cow milk or any other animals. Vegan and cruelty free! Just started out of Milk Studios in NYC!
I've been using the original Skin Food for years and years. At times it has been a bit too thick and heavy for me but I've always liked the way it felt on my skin, greasy and very moiturising. And now (FINALLY) Weleda has produced the light version and it is amazing. Instant moisture and it glides on like a dream! As with all Weleda products I've used skin gets so, SO smooth! Truly recommend their products, organic ingredients and certified natural skin care!