Giorgio Armani Regenessence [3.R] Eye Rejuvenating Serum Review

Yesterday, I talked about Giorgio Armani’s Regenessence [3.R] Multi-Corrective Rejuvenating Cream which can be found here. Today, we will be focusing on the Eye Rejuvenating Serum from the series. Still within the Regenessence [3.R] family, this eye serum has something different than most eye serums.

The Armani Regenessence eye serum has a standard volume of 15 ml, available at for $75.00.

The eye serum is claimed to eliminate puffiness, reduce lines and wrinkles and transform the eye contour. While looking at the ingredients list, I did see yeast extract, and caffeine. The ingredients are supposed to be able to help make you look younger around the eyes.

On the tip of the tube, there is an innovatively designed beveled metal applicator. While you apply the eye serum around the eyes, it feels super refreshing and cooling to help sooth the tired eyes.

The serum is in a light gel form that is easy to apply. It absorbs pretty well and feels silky smooth to the touch. If you take a closer look at the serum, you’ll notice the subtle shimmers in it. After smoothing out, the skin seems very luminous and glowy.

This eye serum is a one of kind eye treat with its ground breaking technology and innovative packaging design. The tube itself is a 2-in-1 container/applicator that’s portable and convenient. Usually, there is a spatula with a metal end for applying eye cream or eye serum, but with this applicator you will never loose that spatula again. It is also very easy to carry this eye serum on travel because of how small it is. I was able to see immediate smoothing and depuffing results the next morning since I started using this eye serum. Now it’s been about 3 weeks, I feel that my eye area look more radiant and the fine lines are disappearing. The light consistency also makes it a great eye serum for all year round.

Giorgio Armani Regenessence [3.R] Multi-Corrective Rejuvenating Cream Review

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8 Responses to Giorgio Armani Regenessence [3.R] Eye Rejuvenating Serum Review

  1. eMickey December 31, 2011 at 8:37 AM

    That applicator looks amazing. I bet after usage the eyes wouldn’t look so puffy because of the cooling reaction.

    • admin January 2, 2012 at 5:40 AM

      This eye serum does feel cooling and refreshing after use. It’s very comfortable.

  2. Joanie Schmell December 31, 2011 at 2:26 PM

    I have been looking for a review on an eye serum. I suffer from dark baggy eyes and have not found a way to cure it. Do you think this would hit the spot?

    • admin January 2, 2012 at 5:41 AM

      It sounds like the Regenessence eye serum was made for your problem. Give it a try and let us know if you like it.

  3. Elena R December 31, 2011 at 7:07 PM

    This looks so similar to the Shu Roll-away you had wrote about a while back. Do you recommend this or Shu more?

    • admin January 2, 2012 at 5:44 AM

      I cannot give you a perfect recommendation. I can tell you that I have the roll away on my desk for combating fatigue from looking at the computer too much. This metal applicator is usually used after showering for me. Both has it’s strong points but it all depends on whether you like a ball mechanism or not.

  4. Peachy Divine January 1, 2012 at 7:44 AM

    Does this stay cooler or those roll away metal ball eye serum applicators? I am looking for the “coolest” one.

    • admin January 2, 2012 at 5:45 AM

      Both are cool depending on what you want. The roll away is a constant cooling ball mechanism whereas the metal applicator on this one is more like a flat piece of metal.


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