The Bottom Line: Burt's Bees Radiance Eye Cream is very similar to Burt's Bees radiance night cream, which I found to be a good moisturizer, but that is where it ends. The same can be said of this eye cream. It will moisturize the delicate skin around the eye area, but it will not reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Absorption This cream does not absorb well at all, and that is fine if you only use it before bed time, but you definitely cannot use it successfully in the morning before putting your make-up on. I found that it stayed quite tacky for at least thirty minutes after application, which kept me from using my BB or CC cream right afterwards like I normally would. So my recommendation is to just use it at night. Effectiveness If you compare the list of ingredients in this eye formula, with the list of ingredients in the sister product Radiance Night Cream, you will notice that they are pretty much identical. So the formula remains the same, just in a much smaller container. And the results also remain the same: this eye cream does a great job of moisturizing the eye area. It will not, however, minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles over time. By keeping the skin moisturized, it will naturally appear smoother and healthier, but that is only temporary. As soon as you wash your face again, your skin will seem to look the same as it did before. This is not a bad product, by any means. I love Burt's Bees product, but there is absolutely no scientific proof that this cream actually reduces the appearance of wrinkles. It will moisturize your skin around the eyes and make it look plumper and healthier and that is that.