Pros:Good consistency, hydrates decently and doesn't feel greasy.
Cons:Overpriced, doesn't work for everyone.
The Bottom Line: Average product, overpriced in my opinion. Hydrates and absorbs moderately well but not for a $45 eye cream. $20 drug store brand would work just as well.
I was so excited to try Dr. Emu's Airbrush eye cream. After all, Oprah's magazine had recommended it, I read positive reviews on it, I had been reading about what a miracle emu oil is and I couldn't wait for my package to arrive.
Recommend this product?
First of all, for around $45, you'd think the packaging would be nicer. You get a cheap, white plastic jar with green writing. No big deal for me though, since I am more concerned with what is inside the cheap white plastic jar.
The cream itself is a good consistency. It's relatively thick but easily spreadable. It absorbs well and does not leave a greasy feeling behind.
The fragrance is clean, if not a bit drugstore perfumey. It's not very strong though, so not too bothersome if you don't care for it.
I think overall it's a good cream. It's not a great cream and it's not a bad cream. It moisturizes and isn't greasy. I see no difference in the little areas of crinkly skin under my eyes. I can't imagine that it would have any effect on deep wrinkles since it did nothing for the small wrinkly areas (which I refer to as "crinkly skin") under my eyes. It does hydrate pretty well and it absorbs within 5-10 minutes.
I took a break from using my Clinique Anti-Gravity Firming Eye Lift to try this stuff. As soon as the jar is empty, though, I will switch back to the Clinique.