The Dior Anti Fatigue Firming Eye Serum is an anti-aging eye treatment gel in a pen applicator created to relax the skin around the eyes; firming it and reducing fine lines, dark circles, and puffiness.  It’s packaged in a pen applicator that precisely measures the amount of product you need and dispenses the same amount each time, taking the guess work out of how much product you should apply.

The Dior Anti Fatigue Firming Eye Serum is part of The Dior Homme Dermo System Collection and is the first dermatological skincare system designed to preserve the youthful appearance of men’s skin.  Created through close collaboration between the vision of its creator—Hedi Slimane from the Dior Innovation Center—and a scientific research center of international renown, Dior Homme Dermo System exemplifies the latest progress in dermatological technology.  Hedi, the former Homme Dior menswear designer, designed the masculine container.

Dior Homme Smoothing Revitalizing Eye Serum relaxes skin around the eyes, firming it and reducing fine lines, dark circles, and puffiness.  This product claims to have restructuring action on the eye contour because of a tensing effect whereby the tissues are reinforced, eyelid skin is firmed up and the eye appears to actually lift.  The Cafexyl Complex ensures dark areas and puffiness are diminished also.

The pigments around the eye are neutralized and the fat-buildup that causes puffiness is relieved.  Dior claims that the longer you use this product, the greater the results will be.

And as for the texture it is a cool gel that simply melts into the skin immediately, not leaving the skin oily or dry.  This claim seems to be true and customers report loving how it goes on.  It seems to diffuse quickly into the skin and leave it feeling silky smooth.

This also makes it great for under other creams and makeup because it sets a great base for application.

Now when it comes to getting rid of fine lines and wrinkles this product is questionable at best.  Most people report seeing a minor reduction in fine lines initially but not much after.  So using this product for longer-term doesn’t seem to result in any visible benefits, despite the suggestion from Dior that longer use will result in better results.

As for the dark circles and bags under the eyes, this product gives minimal results at best.  The majority of consumers who tried this product report little or no difference with their dark shadows after using this product and bags and puffiness was only slightly diminished in most cases.  The same results as if you used a cucumber daily.

So there were quite a bit of positive responses to this cream but, most ended up feeling a tad bit shortchanged.

We must say that this is a great marketing strategy employed by Dior.  Men naturally gravitate to a product that is “formulated” just for them and this holds true for products such as deodorant and hair products.  Men want to feel masculine.  Men do not want fru fru packaging and products that smell of lilac and vanilla.

Many studies conclude that the chemical makeup of a man’s skin does not differ from a woman’s and therefore a man would not need to care for his skin any differently than a woman would.