I particularly like this baby when it comes to triggering puffy eyes and eye bags as such. Nothing can hide naughty late nights or salty food indulgence like this does. It apparently contains ingredients that work at collagen production and at reflecting light off the skin's surface. It also claims to sooth and smooth the skin whilst tightening and firming skin in the area. I found this to work brilliantly at tightening, firming and soothing but not so much at light reflecting, which I didn't mind at all. Light reflecting is a superficial property of any eye cream and doesn't lead to any long term benefits. I'd rather want it to firm and smooth out the under eye area in the long term and I can definitely feel it doing that pretty well.
The mini little roller balls due to their texture provide an instant cooling effect to the eyes especially when applied in the mornings. Even better, I like to keep it in the fridge overnight and it's like a party for the eyes next morning. Although it could have been a tad bit more moisturising, I haven't found it to dry out my under eye area. Just a dab of Weleda's Skin Food is what I opt for on top of this, concentrating on the crows feet as I am kind of obsessed about that.
On the whole, a lovely quality product from GOSH as usual. For £7.99 it can definitely be compared to the likings of Origin, minus the price tag.