Olay Total Effects 7-in-1 Correcting Eye Treatment is okay - maybe it's trying to do too much? I typically favor eye treatments that are more on the light side, as this one is. It felt nice putting it on and it comes in clear little bottle with a nifty looking swirl of cream. However, if you actually examine how much plastic and packaging there is at the base of this bottle you will find an alarming amount of hard plastic that serves no other apparent function but to exaggerate its height. I realize that the container is a pump type and requires some space at the base of the bottle, but I think this package overdoes it. When I first applied it I detected that something was different (not in a good way!) but I couldn't quite put my finger on it. With further observation I finally realized that the Olay eye treatment had left a faint "illuminating" residue on my skin all around my eye. This residue was kind of iridescent gold and sparkly. It's the first and only time I've ever seen this kind of optical illusion by sparkly residue used in an eye treatment. Absorption It feels light but beware: it leaves an iridescent residue where you apply it. I didn't like that.