In that regard, this is a fantastic product. It’s very light – closer to a lotion consistency than a typical cream, and it absorbs quickly. It moisturizes my skin plenty, and it does seem to have a bit of a brightening effect, as it claims. I can’t attest to any real long-term benefits, as I haven’t used it very consistently, but given the light moisturizing quality, I’m sure that it would encourage at least a slight improvement in the skin quality of your eye area.
The one major complaint I have is that it doesn’t sit well under makeup, and since that’s a touted benefit, I think it’s absolutely worth bringing up. I tried a few different concealers over it, and they all caused the product to ball and pill on my skin – one of my all-time greatest beauty pet peeves. If you don’t wear any undereye concealer, then this can definitely work as a daytime product for you, but if you apply anything at all under your eyes during the day, this will strictly be a nighttime eye cream. This is the main reason I haven’t managed to use it consistently…since I tend not to wear much on my face at night (again, I don’t have dry skin, and I also prefer to let it breathe while I sleep), I just haven’t used it a whole lot. If it didn’t have this issue with my makeup, I would have used it daily without hesitation.
For anyone that does consistently use skin care at night or doesn’t wear much makeup, I’d say this is a very nice eye cream for people that don’t need intense hydration. It’s a lovely consistency and – at least instantly – does do what it claims in boosting radiance. I’ll definitely keep using it on days I go makeup-free or nights when my skin is feeling a little dry.
You can purchase the Foxbrim Youthful Radiance Eye Cream at Amazon.I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.