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ExPürtise Effective Anti-Aging Eye Serum

Size: 0.5 oz (15 ml)

ExPürtise Effective Eye Serum is your go-to eye treatment for a myriad of concerns. With a generous dose of wrinkle relaxing peptides and anti-aging actives, energize, it refreshes the entire eye area for a wide-eye, youthful appearance. Use it every day to reduce fine lines, crow's feet and dark circles, for a more lifted and youthful appearance each time you use it. Our unbiased community has reviewed this item for over a month and found it exceptional, so you can get it for yourself knowing it'll benefit your skin.

Formulated with all natural skin lightening ingredients, antioxidants, and sodium hyaluronate spheres, ExPürtise Effective Eye Serum . Meanwhile, nourishing vitamin K softens the appearance of dark circles, puffiness and minimize fine lines and wrinkles around the eye. This serum will bring your skin back to a neutral pH balance and is suitable for all skin types.

Tested for At Least 30 Days & Reviewed by Marta

I have been using Expürtise Effective Anti-Aging Eye Serum for a month and am as impressed by the results as I was when I first perused the ingredients list. I am using it day and night (and can thankfully report no puffy eyes or crusty eyelashes – as can be the unhappy result with some eye serums) on lids and the entire peri-orbital area. What I can say is that my eye area skin skin feels and looks smooth and my eyelids are so lifted that I have a wide-eyed innocent look (well, not really, but I couldn’t resist the thought). Truly, though, my lids are firm with no creases.

Now, to be clear, I’ve been using some of the greats mentioned at the start of this review for some time. And so I’m not saying that I have witnessed a transformation. But what I have seen – and this is a very rare experience – is that Expürtise is easily keeping up the good work.

 I do not suffer from dark under circles, but given that the skin brighteners  - licorice and bearberry extract – are amongst the top ingredients, I imagine Expürtise Effective Anti-Aging Eye Serum could be helpful. What I really like is they share the top spot with palmitoyl tripeptide-5, a newish peptide that activates an epidermal growth factor (TGF-beta) that stimulates collagen in the skin. This is followed by peptides: Matrixyl 3000 and the newest in the Matrixyl dynasty, Synthe’ 6, which is supposed to stimulate collagen and five other components of the skin matrix.

Antioxidants include CoQ10, which helps to neutralize free radicals, and a slew of vitamins including vitamin A and, unusually, vitamin K. This ingredient is known as phytonadione and is credited with helping to fade dark circles. So too is anti-inflammatory chrysin.

Botanical extracts are certified organic and include passionflow (a source of the above mentioned chrysin), cranberry, gotu kola and mangosteen. One that is worth a shout out is Globularia Cordifolia Callus Culture. This is a high-altitude living daisy that is used by the makers of Matrixyl in an ingredient they call Resistem and has an enzyme that contributes to the longevity of cells.

Finally, there is nothing nasty – even the preservative is radish root ferment.
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It’s pretty much up there with the greats, Your Best Face Correct, AQ Eye Serum, E’shee Alpha & Omega. Yes, there’s a new kid on the block. No, it’s not going to wipe out your skincare budget for the year. Actually, it’s $65 (in the shop). Let the drumroll begin for... read more

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  • Mariana

    (4 out of 5)

    I really like this product, but be aware that it doesn't have the consistency of a serum, it's a cream. It works great in winter, you can put on top your eye cream.
    For summer, I prefer other products, with more liquid consistency

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  • Karen

    (4 out of 5)

    I forgot to rate it!

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  • Karen

    I like this product a lot but have some of the same concerns as some other reviewers. It's very thick, and I do not like to rub around my eye area. However, if I dot it on and then wait just a bit to let it warm up, I can then tap it in with no rubbing. And it does seem to be helping with all problems around my eyes. The other concern that many have with the container, I have, too. At one point, I thought it was empty and couldn't believe it, but then after repeated tries, some came out. It just seemed to have some extra air in it. Not a deal-breaker, though!

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  • Eliza

    (4 out of 5)

    Love this product. It has made such a difference on the dark circles and sagging skin around my eyes, I use the extra (I still haven't mastered the pump) above my lips for those lines. The only issue I have with Expurtise Eye Serum is the container! At first I thought it was broken so I contacted TIA. Customer service told me the container took about 50 pumps to get going. More like 100. That's the only reason I gave it 4 stars. Other than that, the product is awesome!

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  • Angela

    (5 out of 5)

    I have tried several very good eye creams from TIA and this is the best I've found. This seems to be the only one that actually does lighten my dark under eye circles. It also smooths my wrinkles, plumps up sagging skin and leaves my eye area looking smooth and refreshed. I only need half a pump for both eyes, so a little goes a long way. I've used AQ eye serum, YBF, Sciote and Skin Owl. I believe ExPurtise beats them all and I think I may be done trying anything else!

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  • Jessica

    (4 out of 5)

    I would definitely agree that this product is a cream. That being said, it does a wonderful job FOR ME of working on my tenacious under-eye circles. I bought this to replace the Amarte Eyeconic Eye; the two are like night and day. As Marta pointed out in one of her comments, this product is much like an aesthetician might apply for a treatment, NOT like the thinner products such as AQ Eye serum (which I love, love for pm use). It is slightly drying, so I use it with Sciote's Firming Eye creme (Sciote under this product). I've had tons of friends ask me recently if "I've had any work done?"!! (In my age group late 50's to early-mid 60's--this is not considered a pejorative!--simply, if/when...I just turned 59 a few months ago).

    The cream (even though it is call a "serum") is scentless and I've not experienced any pilling, even with my first several applications. My only "con" is that I've several days of 'thunking'/'thacking' on my hands and on my oriental rug in my bathroom--usually upside down--to get product to come out of the pump. There is one brand of products--many of which are in airless pumps--that I store upside down to make sure they will work. This maneuver has not helped w/ consistent delivery with this pump. A very little product goes a long way. I've learned how to slowly push down on the pump to prevent too much from being delivered--it took a few "oops" times of not be conscious of how hard I pressed on the pump--to learn how to "regulate" the amount I pump out. Improvement in the delivery system will definitely go a long way to my giving ExPurtise Effective Anti-Aging Eye Serum 5 stars.

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  • Marta

    Hi Ann, I am really sorry to hear this. One thing that I would say is that this is formulated for estheticians, who are the main customer for this product. This means that the cream is intended to be thicker than something the consumer is used to. When estheticians use the product on their clients during a treatment, they need a thick, dense cream that they can really massage around the entire area. The thinner creams that consumers are used to just don't work for this. One of the upsides is that this product is packed with actives and doesn't have the thinners and solvents that typically go into a consumer cream that is formulated for "light weight". Finally, the pump has had issues, which Expurtise are overcoming. Simply connect with customer service and we will work with Expurtise to get a replacement and open that second bottle for the same.

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  • Ann

    (1 out of 5)

    What a disappointment! This product ticks no boxes for me. From start to finish, I've found it lacking. To start, the dispenser is inconsistent. It's a surprise as to how much product you'll get - lentil or Lima bean, you have no control. It's always clogged and has to be thumped or primed. Then the next night you touch it and get a giant, wasteful blob. Urgh. The cream is so stiff and difficult to spread, I found myself having to rub rather than just tap. So, not a pleasure to use. And then I got no results at all. The skin around my eyes was getting so dry and I always looked like I needed a good night's sleep. I was developing puffiness I'd never had before. I found it very picky about other products. Any and every sunscreen that even came close would pill up - so annoying. The final insult was that I purchased it as a buy one, get one! I have a whole unopened one sitting in a drawer. I hated it, so I can't in good conscience "gift" it to someone I like. I'll have to check my contacts for a frenemy...

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  • AH

    (2 out of 5)

    I agree with Noreen's review. This is a thick serum rather than an eye cream. I have yet to get it out of the pump even though I have tried repeatedly. I opened up the bottle and had to use a Qtip to get the cream out. It does not easily blend into my under eye skin and the concealer now creases. It has done nothing for the dark circles. I wish I could exchange it for another product.

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  • Gail

    (4 out of 5)

    I've just reordered this eye cream, after first ordering it six months ago. I'm very happy with it; it's performed even more beautifully on the skin around my eyes than YBF Correct Eye Cream, at almost half the price. I should compare ingredients one of these days. I agree with a few other reviewers who mentioned that this is a cream, not a serum. But no matter.

    I do find that a little of this cream goes a long way. I'm 57, with very fair and oily facial skin, though for some reason the skin around my eyes doesn't benefit from the oil on the rest of my face :( . The older I get, the worse our Chicago winters have been on the skin around - especially under - my eyes. But not this past winter! Admittedly, this winter was milder than the last two. But I credit ExPürtise Eye Serum for the smooth and well-moisturized skin under my eyes. I use it morning and night. I had tiny cross-hatch fine lines under my eyes, but now they're barely visible, even to me. I also have always had bagginess under my eyes, even as a child; just a hereditary feature. ExPürtise has minimized it, not completely, but slightly. I'll take it!

    One "nitpick" about the tube this eye cream is in - it's hard to tell how much is left. I opened it a few weeks ago and thought I might be running low, but wasn't really sure. I'm wondering if the container could have a clear area running up the side so the contents could be visible.

    A few times the cream has been hard coming out of the pump. I try to soften it up a little while applying it, but I end up just wiping some of it off with tissue because I can't work it into my skin. Any ideas as to how I can prevent the hardening?

    For now, ExPürtise Eye Serum is a keeper in my routine!

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  • Aimee

    (5 out of 5)

    After using it for 3 weeks my eyes look more open and vibrant. I'll definitely keep this in my routiner forever. This eye cream is absolutely miraculous. It made me look more rested and alert than I had been in a year. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a great eye cream, but use it sparingly!

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  • Angela T.

    (5 out of 5)

    After using ExPürtise Effective Anti-Aging Eye Serum, my overall experience has been positive. On the first day of my trial, I noticed that my corrector and concealer weren’t creasing as much as usual before being smoothed out and set with powder. I actually liked it better as a base than E’shee. However, during my trial, there were times that I dispensed too much cream and I had issues with pilling. You really only need half a pump or less for both eyes (and I have pretty large eye areas).

    I was nervous about not using my E’shee eye cream for 30 days. However, the ExPürtise not only did a good job of maintaining the successes I’ve had with previous eye creams, but also actually improved some areas in which I hadn’t noticed any improvement in for a while. I experienced a reduction in some of my fine lines. I also noticed some smoothing of the crepey part of my inner lower eyes and that they were less prone to scrunching.

    As for lightening my dark circles, I can say that my area seems a tad bit lighter. Honestly, though, I am so pale and my skin is so thin and see-through, that I don’t think there is any eye cream out there that can really correct for the basis of my dark circles.

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  • Stephanie

    (4 out of 5)

    I almost gave up on this serum as it felt a little drying around the eyes (so many things do unfortunately), but then I noticed if I used it as a serum and applied it first then followed up with a little of my la vie celeste eye cream, the skin around my eyes looked and felt amazing. I got the benefits of all the anti-aging ingredients in this serum with the intense hydration applied by the la vie celeste cream.

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  • Janice

    (5 out of 5)

    I also had trouble using my concealer over this treatment. But I ended up buying a second bottle anyway. It does a remarkable job smoothing out my crows feet and under-eye creases, as well as tightening up my droopy upper lids. I finally realized that I did not really care about using the concealer any more!

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  • Preksha @ TIA

    Hi Noreen, Kelly & Imelda
    We've just ExPerimented with the eye treatment in the TIA offices!

    It seems that if you use a full pump, you will very likely see some pilling. The formula is creamy, but concentrated. It might help if you opted for half a pump or less to get the most out of the cream.

    Definitely give it another shot and see if that helps with your application and hopefully you'll begin to see some results! Do come back and let us know should anything change!

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  • Marta

    I must admit to finding this odd. True, its not a thin gel like AQ, but I wouldn't call it a very thick cream. I haven't experienced any of this pilling either.

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  • Imelda

    (2 out of 5)

    I agree with Noreen and Kelly. This is disappointingly not a serum. It is a very thick cream and it should have been named so. It appears not to be diminishing the fine lines especially when it piles after putting make up so that it seems to show the wrinkles more. I went back to using the dependable and truly "effective" AQ Eye serum.

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  • Mark

    (5 out of 5)

    Over a month’s time I found I really like this product. It had no noticeable fragrance, absorbed quickly without residue, provided light hydration throughout the day and kept the eye area feeling firm.

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  • Kelly

    I have to completely agree with Noreen's review. I received Marta's email on the option to pre-order this & after reading Marta's positive review, I immediately purchased it. Unfortunately this is a dud on every level. I'm not sure why it's called a serum because it really isn't. It wasn't moisturizing at all, it pulled up under make up no matter how long I allowed I waited, and it actually increased the crepey look under my eye area which the opposite of what I had hoped for. There seemed to be a slight shimmer to it as well which accentuated everything I was hoping to not accentuate. I would call this one of my worst purchases in a long time. Win some lose some. Ugh

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  • Noreen

    (2 out of 5)

    I purchased this eye cream through Amazon. I have sensitive skin especially around the eye area so that was one of my concerns when purchasing this. It did not cause irritation and for that reason alone, I rated it 2 stars. After using it for 5 weeks, I found it did nothing for reducing wrinkles or dark circles. In fact, I found this cream less than moisturizing and it didn't absorb well for me; when trying to apply my concealer, this product pilled terribly (and I used 1/2 pump for both eyes). While the ingredient deck seems to contain everything you would want in an eye cream, I found the results were just not there.

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  • Howard

    August 7, 2015

    Howard

    EXCELLENT. I was at Neiman Marcus perusing SK-II products recently and was suggested the Revive Eye Serum. When asked...it was $350 I made the comment that it did not contain any dark circle ingredients (Thank You TIA) I was told by the rep that I did not have dark circles !! Now that I have had dark circles all of my life (so I believe) , this was a revalation................not to buy the $350 Revive, (which I had no intention) but what a fantastic product Expürtise is

  • Marta

    July 27, 2015

    Marta

    Hi Jaysie, we'd been waiting on the INCI version of the ingredients list from the manufacturer - so thank you for reminding us to add it. You now have a full list including the forms of vitamin C etc. The two forms of Matrixyl do different things. You can read more here: https://www.truthinaging.com/review/matrixyl-synthe-6
    and here https://www.truthinaging.com/review/what-is-it-matrixyl

  • Jaysie

    July 27, 2015

    Jaysie

    In what forms are the Vitamin C and Vitamin A? Also, why the two forms of Matrixyl?

  • Marta Wohrle

    July 14, 2015

    Marta Wohrle

    As a postscript I should add something about texture and application as there have been some questions emailed to customer service. First this eye cream absorbs beautifully. A tiny amount can be massaged around the entire eye area. It glides on very smoothly. There is no pilling and although I am not a big eye makeup person, I did not have an issue putting foundation over it under the eyes. In my case, no additional moisturizer has been needed.

  • Marta Wohrle

    July 14, 2015

    Marta Wohrle

    Hi Pat, as I mentioned, because I have been using AQ and YBF Correct for so long, those aren't issues for me so much. Expurtise has done a fantastic job of maintenance so I would think it would help treat those conditions as well. You could always alternate it with your Correct, to eke it out longer.

  • Pat

    July 13, 2015

    Pat

    I have used AQ and currently am back to YBF to try their new formula. Expurtise is a much better price point for me. My biggest concerns are sagging and crepiness. Would this be a good choice for me?

  • Water (Reverse Osmosis)
  • Glycerin
  • Caprylic/Capric Triglycerides
  • Licorice Root Extract
  • Palmitoyl Tripeptide-5
  • Bearberry Leaf Extract
  • Vitamin C
  • Matrixyl 3000
  • Hyaluronic Acid
  • Matrixyl Synthe 6
  • Cocoa Butter
  • Shea Butter
  • Allantoin
  • Sodium Phytate
  • Linoleic Acid
  • Vitamin A
  • Vitamin C
  • Coenzyme Q-10
  • Vitamin E
  • Simulgel
  • Glyceryl Stearate SE
  • Sweet Almond Oil
  • Mica
  • Titanium Dioxide
  • Pro-vitamin B5
  • Vitamin K
  • Chrysin
  • [Certified Organic Extracts: Gotu Kola
  • Echinacea
  • Rosemary
  • Mango Seed Butter
  • Acai Berry
  • Blueberry
  • Matricaria Flower
  • Cranberry
  • Cucumber
  • Goji Fruit
  • Apple
  • Green Tea Leaf
  • Mangosteen Peel
  • Noni
  • Passion Flower
  • Pomegranate
  • White Tea Leaf
  • Grapefruit
  • Sesame Seed Oil
  • Globularia Cordifolia Callus Culture]
  • Caffeine
  • Yeast Polysaccharides
  • Radish Root Ferment Filtrate (Leuconostoc).

Marta's tips on using ExPürtise Effective Anti-Aging Eye Serum (VIDEO)

Want to know how to get the most out of ExPürtise Effective Anti-Aging Eye Serum? Watch this video for my tips and tricks on how to best use this exceptional anti-aging product.

Duration: 2:09

How to Get the Most Out of Your Airless Pump (VIDEO)

Airless pumps are great because they keep your products fresher longer; but they can sometimes be tricky to work with! Here, Marta offers a few tips on how to get the most out of airless pumps.

Duration: 1:17

Use a small amount around the eye area day or night. Apply very sparingly to avoid pilling.

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