No, this isn’t a SPAM post. Every so often I try real products that I write honest reviews for. Sometimes I pay for those products and other times they’re given to me for my honest review. This product is the latter. I was given this product for free in exchange for an honest review.
I love eye cream. As I get older, it seems to be one of those things I use more often in my daily moisturizing regimen. I’ve tried them all. From Aveeno and Mary Kay to Avon and yes, Micrite 3D All Use Eye Cream. Let’s face it, I need something to help me keep evidence of age, sleepless nights, and long work hours at bay. It is what it is.So I’ve been using this for about 12 days now and as one would with this sort of product – I took a before and after photograph so we can compare them side by side.
I have very delicate skin. The good news is this cream did not burn my skin or cause me any grief.
The bad news is that I’m not sure my 44-year-old eyes look any better after using the cream. I used it on both the undereye and the lid.
The verdict? After having used about 15 different types of eye creams I would say they’re good for moisturizing, but they don’t really stave off wrinkles or aging. The Micrite 3D Eye Cream is no different. It is a great moisturizer and is gentle on my sensitive skin, but it’s not a product I would go out of my way to purchase.
With a price tag of $30 a tube, it seems a bit pricey for the lack of visible results. There are far cheaper eye creams that do the same thing. Or maybe I just have lovely, young skin so eye creams don’t have that kind of effect for me.
I’ll give it three stars.