Meant for wrinkles, puffy eyes and circles, it addresses all the needs.
I've been using mine for about 10 days. So I can't say if it's line reducing yet . Thankfully puffiness and circles aren't an issue . What I like is the more natural aspect , the wrinkle and free radical fighters in it and that it is light but gets the job done. It's lightly moisturizing , not greasy, sinks in fast and feels good on the eye. There is a slight herbal smell but nothing offputting.
Quercetin is an anti-inflamatory if I recall correctly. For allergy relief I used to use a natural vitamin blend that had Quercetan as a main ingredient. And I had decent success in reducing allergy symptoms when using it.
In addition to the Quercetin, the eye cream also has myrtle ( elasticity), Rhodiola rose extract( to combat puffiness) .There are a few more you can read about on their site if you're interested .
Quercetin and Oak eye cream is of 93 % natural content and has no mineral oil, silicones, parabens , synthetic dyes , animal by products, and is suitable for vegans.