The ONLY reason I tried this was because the spa in my neighborhood was changing lines and this $150 cream was half off. Now, easily on my 4th or 5th tube, I've savvied up on where to score significant discounts. You'll never see that stuff on sale on Sephora, but I can always find it on Amazon for a third of the retail price. As long as they make this stuff, I will purchase it. It works in one use and continues to work over time. I disliked the Intensive Wrinkle Eye cream; to me it's just an expensive version of Lancome (right down to the scent) and seems too dense to even penetrate your skin. It just weighs a lot and sits on top. But watchout! If you do buy on Amazon, make sure you distinguish between the two products! I mistakenly purchased eye cream I did not like because I thought it was the facial wrinkle reducer I did like. I hate the tube immensely. It's opaque so you NEVER know when you are getting low. Just, surprise! You go to use it one day and get only an empty sputter. Also, the clear plastic cap on top ALWAYS breaks. Every tube, every time. I'm ridiculously careful with it, and I'd like to be able to travel with it occassionally, but there's no way I'm trusting my investment to that cheap crappy cap. Prior to this product, I hadn't realized it was possible for clear plastic to dry rot? LOL it literally will chip and disintegrate right before my very eyes -- and as sparingly as you apply it (a little of this serum goes a long way) the *inner chamber* containing the actual product is no where near the size of its opaque outer shell. You'll get two months use absolute max from this thing and that's only using half a pump at a time. I don't know what I loathe more; the inappropriate security of the container, or the deceptively large and impressive size of it, when only a few precious drops are hidden inside. Results are results though and for me it's like magic.