I'll admit that I'm a bad judge of eye creams. I mean, you can slather the stuff on day in and day out but how can you really tell if it's actually doing something to improve your skin or help prevent wrinkles? I've come to the conclusion that there's really no way of telling, so as long as the delicate skin beneath my eyes is soft and moisturized, I assume I'm fighting the signs of aging. Caudalie has a great contour cream for the eyes and lips that, while it's expensive, it really does make the skin around my eyes incredibly soft. I haven't used it around my lips because I find something weird about that. I know, I know, when I'm sixty I'll be saying "wow, I wish I had used cream for around my lips to prevent these wrinkles" but alas, it's just an extra beauty step I can't be bothered to take right now. The cream is good for contact wearers, is scent free and a little goes a long way so it will last you a really long time. It's even made with liquorice which makes me laugh because I picture them grinding some Twizzlers into it (I'm guessing that's not what they do). Overall I like this cream and I would continue using it. A real bonus for me is it doesn't make my eye area sticky. There's something really nasty about sticky skin and lips (okay, okay, I get the sexual undertones here).