The packaging itself is already so pretty. It comes in the cutest paper box ever.
The box is seriously pretty. Check out the cute little purple flowers printed on the sides! Totally superfluous, I know, but it's just so pretty!
Inside the box, is a small 10ml tube of eye cream. I do wish it was in a bigger 15ml tube like most other eye creams I have, but the quality of the eye cream is good enough for me to be willing to repurchase another 10ml tube. And I personally like the tube packaging when it comes to eye creams, because it's a lot more hygenic and a lot neater when you're using the product inside. I absolutely hate jars for skincare products. It's just begging to be contaminated. Seriously!
Here's a shot of the nozzle of the tube. It's very fine-tipped, so you'll be able to squeeze out exactly only what you need, and no more. One of the things I've come to appreciate about Liz Earle, in addition to their quality products, is the sensible packaging that comes along with it. I've yet to come across a product that made me think, "What stupid packaging this thing comes in!", which happens from time to time with other brands. So kudos to Liz Earle for that.
The eye cream itself is a plain, white, unscented eye cream. Don't be fooled, though, this is one of the most luxurious eye creams I've had the pleasure of trying. Some of the other eye creams I've used feel rather thin or watery, but not this one. This one has a thick, rich, creamy texture that was absorbed fairly easily by my skin. I do feel like it really does moisturizes and really hydrates the area around my eye. I was also glad that it didn't cause any irritation or sting my eyes (believe me, it has happened with eye creams).
Another good thing about the cream is that it works well under makeup, and did not interfere with my concealer or powder. It also contains a physical, as opposed to chemical, sunscreen, which would please people who have sensitivities to chemical sunscreens, but still wish to have an SPF in their eye cream.
The Daily Eye Repair is also billed as having light-reflecting particles to brighten the skin, which worried me quite a bit initially, as my past experiences with creams with such "light-reflecting" properties have been universally decidedly negative. Usually, these were either very gimmicky (think craft store shimmer in your eye cream), or irritated my eye to no end (shimmer bits in your eye - sexy!). However, I didn't even notice any light-reflecting particles in my cream, and when I applied the cream, I didn't notice that my skin had shimmer particles. I think there was a slight glow, but I couldn't really be sure. In any case, this turned out well for me - no eye irritation, and no huge shimmer bits on my undereye.
So would you like it? Yes, if you're looking for a rich eye cream, and want an eye cream that doesn't contain chemical sunscreen, this is worth checking out. I'm quite happy with this cream, and I imagine that the only people who might not like it are people who prefer their eye creams to have a thinner or more gel-like texture.
(Product was sent for review. Review is my complete and honest opinion. I am not affiliated with/compensated by the company.)