Contrary to what I guessed before, I do not see any matrixyl or other peptide on your ingredient list. What it looks like is that this product is loaded with about 10 different types of silicone. Even the first
ingredient on the list is a type of silicone, so that means there is ALOT of silicone in this formula...more silicone than water!
According to my ingredient bible (Consumer's Dictionary of Cosmetic Ingredients...I bought it at Borders), silicone is normally used a lot in hair conditioners but some facial products also have this ingredient. Basically it smooths the surface of the hair shaft or your skin. It is also supposed to be breathable, so your skin is not suffocated like it gets from oil or vaseline type formulas.
I have used products like this in the past, in particular a product I bought while traveling in Europe called Diadermine. It gave me a really smooth skin feeling (as you would expect from something so filled with very slippery silicone). The negative side of that product was that it tended to "crawl" around my face over time and eventually reached my eyes which made them very uncomfortable (a burning feeling
). No matter how of a gap I would try to leave around my eyes, several hours later I would find the silicone-y slipperiness had reached to the edges of my eyes.