Hi there. Yes, all the available products on the market can be pretty confusing and intimidating. I know that many people feel that there is a “set age” at which you should start looking at eye care, and I suppose if one is giving “generic advice”, then 25 is a fair estimate as to when you should really concentrate on maintaining your eye area. The bottom line is this… You have to use the product best indicated to the condition around your eye area. So look at what is happening around your eyes. Do you have dark circles? Do you have fine lines and wrinkles? Do you have eye bags? Is there dryness or sensitivity around your eyes? Based on that information, you can then make an educated decision as to what you should use around your eyes. I have some suggestions: If you are just wanting to maintain your eyes as they are (ie no real “issues” around your eye area), I suggest using the Nourish eye cream (made by Lamelle). If you are starting to see fine lines and wrinkles, I suggest the Dermaheal eye cream (made by Lamelle). If you are having fine lines, and some dark circles or puffiness, then I suggest the Illuminating eye cream (made by Skin Medica). If you are wanting something that’s a little bit of an “all-rounder”, and you’re just starting to have some minor concerns and starting to see some minor changes, the the Bionic Eye Cream (made by Neostrata). I’ve recommended these specific products because I’ve seen them tried and tested, and I’ve used most of them. They are great, active products that will give you great results.