I will start by telling you I'm 55, and the area around my eyes are probably my biggest aging skin concern. Part of this is due to having allergies which swell and itch my eyes which leads to over rubbing. The other factor would be due to heredity. The skin around my eyes are often sensitive due to those factors so often times creams that claim to soothe or depuff wind up stinging. 

The very first thing I felt when I applied Kahina Giving Beauty eye cream ($65) was it was quite soothing, this may be due to the white and green tea ingredients which also are beneficial as antioxidants. The whole list of ingredients are impressive, 99% of which are from natural origin, 74% from organic farming. This is a feature that has become more important to me as I am aging.
I really liked this eye cream, in addition to being soothing it was hydrating without being at all greasy. My eyes felt more supple and makeup applied beautifully over this product. It's a perfect consistency, not being either too thick or watery, and very little goes a long way. It just felt really good after applying. I will purchase this again and will consider their face products just based on this.
Also it's good to know that a percentage of this companies purchase go to the Berber women of Morocco who harvest Arran oil used in many of their products.

Ingredients in Kahina Giving Beauty eye cream: aqua, argania spinosa (argan) kernel oil*, caprylic/capric triglyceride, cetearyl olivate, sorbitan olivate, glycerin, populus tremuloides (aspen) bark extract, betaine, cetyl palmitate, xanthan gum, p-anisic acid, sodium hyaluronate, hexapeptide-11, aloe barbadensis (aloe vera) leaf juice*, rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) leaf extract*, helianthus annuss (sunflower) seed oil*, crithmum maritimum (sea fennel) extract, oryza sativa (rice) seed extract*, camellia sinensis leaf extract, olea europea (olive) leaf extract, saccharomyces cerevisiae extract, rhodiola rosea root extract, aroma