Wow - well, I was going to publish some other posts on more popular products before I got to these, but now that I've tried them, I don't want to hold off at all because I feel it's important to pass on this information.
As cream/mousse shadows go, these are quite good if your skin can tolerate them. One woman mentioned on MakeupAlley that she'd had one on for ten hours without primer and experienced no creasing or fading, and I did notice that once they dried and set on my arm (after about a minute or so), they didn't smear or transfer at all. I was impressed by what I saw, and got all excited to try one or two on for an EOTD... but once I did, it was a disaster.
Jane's advertising claims that these eyeshadows have a "cooling" effect on the skin. Normally, this is a good thing - it makes me think of an tea tree oil-aloe gel my aunt used to put on me whenever I got sunburns as a kid - so, in my eyes, this makes for some pretty misleading advertising. In this case, the cooling agents in question are comfrey and lemon balm leaf extracts, which are both unregulated ingredients known to be potential skin irritants above certain concentration levels. (Of course, we have no way of knowing what their concentrations are in these shadows; I called Jane's customer service and left a voicemail, but have not heard back yet.)
The point is, these HURT my eyes. About a second after I started to apply one (Still Horizon) to my eyelid, my lid started to burn. I told myself that it was probably just the "cooling agent" and it would go away before long, so I waited. I finally gave up and removed it after about two minutes, by which point my eyes were watering so much I had tears streaming down my face. The skin on my eyelid felt painfully sensitive, but I was determined to have an EOTD for this blog post, so I thought maybe I'd have better luck with another color, and tried Barracuda on for size. Oh no, no, no - this was even worse - this time, I left it on for maybe 30 seconds before I was reaching for my eye makeup remover. Once I got it off, I could see that my eyelid was slightly swollen, even more pink than before, and blotchy in a couple of places, like I'd caused a blood vessel to burst or something. That was several hours ago, and I haven't put anything on my lid since then; it still stings.
I posted about this on the Makeup Board on MakeupAlley and received responses from several users indicating that I was not the first to have had a reaction to these shadows, so buyer beware. I wish I could encourage you to try these on a "safe" area like your arm before you try applying them to your lids to see if they bother you, but I experienced no sensitivity when I swatched them on my arm. They do feel mildly itchy when applied to the inside of my elbows, so perhaps if you tried that first, you'd better be able to tell. Just please be cautious with these, if you really want to give them a try.
For your reference, I took a picture of my eye after I removed the eyeshadow for the second time. The lighting wasn't perfect, but you should be able to see that my lid area is pink and moderately puffy, as well as the spots that look like burst blood vessels (but if not, please take my word for it)... thanks for reading.
Aguaceuticals Aguamousse Eye Shadow: Barracuda, Beachcomber, Sandstone, Seashell, Silver Dollar, Still Horizon, Washed Ashore