What You Should Know
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Clinique Even Better Dark Circle Corrector is a specialized beauty product that, when dabbed under the eye, is designed to lighten dark circles leaving eyes looking brighter and less gloomy. Dark circles are a common problem for men and women, but just because a product claims to work does not mean consumers experience the results companies like Clinique claim will happen. When a consumer is expected to spend nearly $40 for a tiny tube of cream, they want to be sure the dark circle corrector actually curbs dark circles.
We located an official website for Clinique Even Better Dark Circle Corrector and a page on a popular beauty retailer website. Neither page offers consumers a look at the ingredients used in the product. There are instructions, means of buying the product and consumer reviews, but no ingredients. We also failed to find a list of ingredients Clinique does NOT use in beauty products. Consumers looking for paraben- and sulfate-free eye cream should probably choose a different product due to the lack of ingredients.
When there is no ingredient list consumers must depend on the reviews of other consumers to judge whether or not a product is worth the asking price. When it comes to Clinique Even Better Dark Circle Corrector reviews are all over the place. Some consumers claim the cream dries the delicate skin under the eye leaving the eye looking older, not younger. There are also concerns about the applicator, which dispenses far more cream than necessary for the under-eye area.
According to Clinique it takes at least 12 weeks or three months of continuous usage for changes to occur in dark circles. We doubt many of the disappointed consumers actually tried the product for three straight months, but we did find a few who claimed a reverse effect after multiple weeks of use. Dark circles got darker, for these consumers. There is nothing worse than seeing darker circles after using a product that is supposed to lighten dark circles.
- Clinique publishes both good and bad reviews.
- Consumers are not thrilled with the product.
- There is no list of ingredients on the Clinique website.
The Bottom Line
Clinique Even Better Dark Circle Corrector may be even better if the consumer leaves it on the shelf. There are quite a few negative reviews for the pricey eye cream and Clinique doesn’t bother to reveal the ingredients to substantiate claims or show consumers there are no parabens, sulfates or other concerning ingredients.