According to consumer testers, this vitamin K oxideinfused treatment diminished darkness while moisturizing the eye area; the Good Housekeeping Research Institute beauty lab tests showed a slight improvement.
Soothing, nonirritating, and a standout hydrator, according to tests done by the Good Housekeeping Research Institute beauty lab. Consumer testers noted it reduced their crows feet, puffiness, and undereye bags.
In the Good Housekeeping Research Institute beauty lab, this balm-like moisturizer excelled at reducing crows feet, dark circles, and fine lines. Consumer testers found it firmed the eye area well and did not irritate delicate skin.
Oversized; left skin feeling clean and fresh according to consumer tester comments.