ROC Brilliance Eye Beautifier: Shock Some Collagen Back Into Your Skin!

ROC Brilliance, Eye Cream, Anti-Aging, Collagen, Elastin, Clinical, Results, Review, E-pulse
In today's edition of bioelectricity skin care reviews, I bring you a great eye cream. I've already shared the science behind Johnson & Johnson's new bioelectricity Anti-Aging products.

I have to admit that eye creams are something that I've been finding to be more and more important lately. While I don't have any crow's feet yet, I have to admit that I'm becoming obsessed with keeping them away. I apply eye cream twice a day. I use sunscreen every day. If there's even a chance of squinting when I'm outside, I put on giant sunglasses (ok, that is nothing new, I hate squinting because it gives me a headache).

Just like the other products by J&J featuring bioelectricty, the first step to using this product is to apply the "Biomineral Concentrate" to areas of concern, in this case my eye area.

The Biomineral concentrate (called Eye Activating Serum by ROC) has a light blue/grey color (it reminds me of a blueberry), and you can see looking at the picture that the Step 1 product for each of the brands looks identical (they all have the same ingredients, they truly are the same), so just use whatever Step 1 product you want without worrying about mixing up the brands.

Step 1 has silicone in it, allowing it to apply very smoothly wherever you apply it. It sinks into skin immediately without leaving any residual texture on the skin. Even on my pale skin you could not see the color of Step 1, it was invisible on my skin.

Step 2 here is a simple white, unscented lotion that comes out of a pump. 1 pump is the perfect amount for both undereye areas. The lotion is silky, sinks in pretty much immediately and leaves no residual stickiness behind. This product contains a lot of emollient moisturizers, and a humectant rather than occlusives (read about those in my moisturizer post), which helps a lot when it comes to makeup application over a product.

After a few weeks of using this product, I can definitely say it's a product that I would buy again. My eye area was really well moisturized, makeup application over it was great and I really think it made my concealer apply more evenly. I don't have any wrinkles in this area (yet), but I do have issues with under eye circles. I think this did help some with those, as the area was well moisturized and appeared more "full." That can only be a good thing.

According to the clinical results ROC shared with me, women did notice a difference with this product. They had 35 women with eye area issues apply this product for 8 weeks. The women noticed immediate improvement in things like Crow's Feet, undereye bags and circles, transparent skin and upper eyelid puffiness.

My Anti-Aging Ingredient Checklist

Hydroxy Acids: Citric Acid
Additional: The electricity recharging system that I explained on Tuesday

Roc Brilliance Eye Beautifier
Roc offers $20 off if you register on their website


  1. Christine, did this product give you an problems with milia? I have a tendency to develop those - so I am extra careful about trying new eye products. I have been wondering about this one, though - but have been afraid to try it!

  2. Hi Christine, I love your blog. I found you a little over a week ago, and I'm becoming more obsessed (and informed) about my skincare/beauty routines. Being a little older than you are I'm very interested in knowing more about the various products for eyes. I won't likely get crow's feet (neither parent has, and at 47 no signs yet), but I have bags under, and saggy, baggy, crepe-y upper eyelids. (And my allergies and hypertension combine to give me lovely puffy morning eyes!)
    Anyway, I tried to "Read more" of this post but the link takes me to a post from yesterday. Is it me or does it need to be fixed?
    Thanks for all your great work!

  3. Hi Jaime!
    I've had issues with Milia in the past, though not for a few years. I'm not sure what made the difference for me. I think the time that I test most products (4-6 weeks) would be enough to start seeing milia if I was going to have an issue. I didn't have any milia problems with this product though.

    Hi Wendy,
    I'm not sure why the Read More wasn't working for you, I've had a bunch of people try it and it seems to be working now. Maybe some strange fluke? Let me know if there are still problems. Unfortunately the "read more" thing is something that Blogger does and I can't control the link at all, but I can take it out so the whole post just goes to the front page.


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