Not a bad eye cream! The Mizon Snail Repair Eye Cream is an eye cream formulated with 80% snail mucin, and claims to hydrate, tighten fine lines, and brighten while simultaneously strengthening the skin's moisture barrier. Like the rest of the Mizon Snail Repair line, this eye cream contains a good amount of snail mucin. It also has some other noteworthy ingredients, such as Niacinamide and Meadowfoam seed oil, both of which protect the skin's barrier and lighten hyperpigmentation, and Palmitoyl Pentapeptide-4, which promotes collagen and elastin production. According to CosDNA, Cetearyl Alcohol is the only potential acne trigger/irritant in this product. Application is fairly easy; this is the last step in my routine, and I take a pea-sized amount and dot it directly under my eyes, and then pat it in with my ring finger until it absorbs. It doesn't feel sticky afterward like most eye creams do. The skin around my eye area does look and feel a lot more moisturized after applying this, and it actually makes me look more awake. It doesn't really provide any anti-wrinkling power long term, but the day to day effects do make a difference in how tired and dry my eyes feel. Overall, I really liked this eye cream, more than I thought I would. I don't think I necessarily need to use an eye cream daily, so I usually leave this for those days when I feel like my tired eyes could use a pick-me-up. It's definitely a great bargain as well, one little pea-sized amount is enough for both eyes, so this $14 jar will last quite a while! I just don't think I'll be getting into the habit of buying eye creams all the time, as I still stand by the notion that a regular moisturizer should work just as well for the eye area. Still, for those who routinely use eye creams, this one's great, and one of the only eye creams that I actually saw results from using.