Ole Henriksen Visual Truth Eye Cream will "not" do much for your eyes. It is supposed to help with wrinkles or lines around the eyes, but what happens is barely noticeable. This crème has strong humectants in it. It is supposed to bind moisture into the skin, but I am not sure if it does that. It has a lot of different ingredients in it, including oils and alcohol. I think the alcohol in it makes your eyes water and sting a little bit. Upon occasion, it will make your eyes itch too. That is not good for an eye cream. The eye area is definitely fragile. This eye cream would work on most skin types, except for acne prone or sensitive skin. This eye cream is very expensive. It comes in a very small container, and it is not going to last long. You are supposed to apply it morning and night, so it will be gone in a flash. If you are lucky, it might last a couple of months. The texture and smell of it is nice. It has a very faint and sweet smell to it. This cream is supposed to help treat skin conditions, but I would advise against it. It has African red tea and Vitamin C in it, two things that are good for the skin. It absorbs pretty quickly. It did not clog my pores. I do not think this eye cream holds up to its claims. You can find this cream at high-end stores or online. I give it a "3.5" on a scale of 1-10, and that is why it gets "2 STARS".