I wasn't sure if this was a concealer or if it was just a brightener, and I've settle on that it's both, but it's only for under your eyes. You wouldn't want to put a brightener on a spot. Another thing that I wasn't sure about was the shade of this concealer. It was the lightest one I could fine, and I still felt as if it wasn't exactly light enough. But, as it turns out, it's perfect for me. I bought mine from Walmart for about $6.29. When I looked the concealer up online, I saw that there were four colors: fair, light, medium, and honey. There is also a brightener and a neutralizer. According to the bottom of my concealer, I bought the brightener, but on the package it said light, so again, I am confused as to what I exactly bought. Are they all brightener concealers or was it labeled wrong in the factory. I don't really know.
Other than that whole confused mess, this concealer is a pretty nice concealer. It covers my under eye circles as much as any other concealer I use, but it also brightens my eyes up. The little sponge is a little annoying, especially since it doesn't work like a brush, and blending is really hard with it alone, so I always go back and use a brush to blend it out. It blends really well into my skin tone, I was really surprised by that.
As for age rewinding, I don't know. I do have creases under my eyes and I can still see then while using this product. Also, I still have under eye circles. That could be because I don't use the concealer every single day, but I've used it enough that I should be seeing some kind of change, I don't.
This concealer lasts for around three hours. It will also crease in that time.
Pros: Brightens, conceals, blends
Cons: Labeling, little sponge
Do you like this concealer? Let me know!