I could write two completely different reviews of this eye cream. I was first introduced to it, after a long flight, in the middle of the night, at an airport shop. The sales lady loved it, told me she applies it throughout the day. She let me apply some, but did not have a sample to give me. I really liked it, it was a thick, yellowish-green (yes, avocado coloured) cream. It was very moisturising and I was tempted to buy a pot of the stuff on the spot. I did not however. But in the back of my mind I kept thinking about this wonderful eye cream.
I searched the internet high and low, but could not find anyone else complaining of this. I accept that I am weird and alone in this, but I will continue my search for a perfect eye cream.
It does not have a strong smell and is very soothing and not irritating at all.
Kiehl's claims on the packaging: This creamy preparation with Avocado Oil, gently moisturizes the delicate eye area. Our unique, concentrated texture does not migrate into your eyes. Tested under ophthalmologist and dermatologist control.
I could only find one South African review. You can read it here.
I was looking very hard for other people who did not like this cream in an effort to figure out why I thought it felt watery, and found this rather negative, rather short review on Paula's choice.
She said: Creamy Eye Treatment with Avocado is good for dry skin anywhere on the face, but the amount of antioxidants is tiny and they won’t last long once this jar-packaged product is opened.
I spoke to a Kiehl's shop assistant yesterday. He had me try the eye cream and showed me how it turned watery when you rub it. It is supposed to turn watery and he told me that it shows how much it moisturises. It changes my opinion of the product that it is supposed to do that, but I still do not like it. I would rather have a creamy eye cream than rub water onto my eyes. I guess that is why we try various things before we find our favourite.