CoQ10 Eye Cream

DHC CoQ10 Eye Cream richly textured moisturizer is specially formulated with firming CoQ10, nourishing vitamins A, C and E and emollient shea butter and olive oil. Helps firm skin by encouraging collagen and elasticity to diminish the look of crow’s feet and fight sagging.* After age 30, our…
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By Val

from Washington

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I noticed a difference the first time..

 
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I noticed a difference after the first use.. Wonderful!!


By Dee

from Tucson, AZ

Still trying

 
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I have been using Olive Leaf Cream under my eyes, and have been very pleased with the effect. On a whim, I decided to try the CoQ10 eye cream. I am not as pleased with the CoQ10 cream as I am with the Olive Leaf Cream. However, I am still using it, because I am concerned about droopiness developing above my eye, and I will use the eye cream above my eye. The eye cream doesn't seem to address the wrinkles as well as the Olive Leaf Cream. It does seem to help with firmness, like the Olive Leaf Cream.


By Sharon

from Dayton, va

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Only eyecreme I can use!

 
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Only eyecreme I can use! Love it.


By Pet

from Indpls, IN

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So rich and creamy!

 
5.0

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I am a big fan of the original Q10 eye cream.. BIG FAN! I am expecting to love this as well. I use it at night b/c it is so rich and creamy. A litte can go a long way! I pat it with my pinky finger.I like the original for day use. I like to apply just a dab around my eyes to keep the laugh lines moisturized and less noticeable :) So I hope DHC keeps it around.


By gael girl

from upstate NY

best eye cream I've found

 
5.0

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very creamy moisturizer, I use it all around my eyes and after a few months fine lines are greatly diminished. if you have sensitive skin, just pat it on with fingertips, don't rub in.


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