I buy a crazy amount of eye creams because I'm determined to fight wrinkles in that area as long as possible. I swear, I've been using them since I was like, 21 or something. Which sounds impressive, but since it takes about 15 seconds to put it on in the morning and another 15 at night, it's not exactly a big inconvenience in my life. (But one that damn well better pay off one day when I should have wrinkles and don't!) Recently I tried MLA Skincare's Eye Serum and I'll definitely be adding this one to my eye cream rotation. I really like the consistency of this cream - it's thick enough to blend in easily without running down your face, but not so thick that you need to tug at the eye area to rub it in (which would only cause more wrinkles). And it has a ton of good ingredients in it including Goji Berry Extract, which is an antioxidant that helps reduce redness and irritation (fantastic when it's the middle of allergy season). I've been using it for over a month now and during that time I haven't been getting much sleep (because I'm terrible at going to bed - every night, I vow that I'll be in bed by 11pm, midnight at the latest, and every night I'm still watching TV or doing something equally as frivolous at 2am). Obviously I can't vouch for how well it reduces fine lines/wrinkles because at the moment, I don't have any noticeable ones yet (thank God) but it does seem to help with the dark circles that inevitably appear under my eyes after one of those 2am nights. (I swear, a Jerseylicious marathon just sucked me in the other night and before I knew it, it was practically morning). It also keeps my under eye area smooth and moisturized, which has to be a good thing. The serum is kind of expensive at $75, but you do get a lot of product for your money - 1.7 ounces should last you for months, as long as you don't accidentally drop the tube, kick it across the floor, then somehow manage to step on it, squirting all the product onto the floor and wasting most of it, like I did with an eye cream last year. (True story).
To read more about the Eye Serum and order it for yourself, go to mlaskincare.com.
Note: A sample of this was sent to me by a PR representative working with MLA Skincare