A 1 oz. pump costs $39.50 on DHC's website. I do not know if you can purchase their products anywhere else, but it never hurts to shop around. This is currently my eye moisturizer of choice for daytime. The texture is like water, which is especially nice in the summer. It is not a miracle product, but it does seem to be doing a great job of keeping wrinkles at bay (I've been using this eye treatment for a little over a year). It is a little less effective on dark circles and puffiness, but on days that I notice a lot of that going on, I add another product to combat the problem. There are no oils, fragrances, or dyes in this product. It is not chemical free, but I'm starting to think that some of these advanced chemicals may do more good than harm, especially when it comes to anti-aging. DHC is a company that seems to want to balance nature with science (when creating their skin care products) to help skin look its best. According to their website, DHC states emphatically that they do not test their products on animals. I will probably try other products, just to see if there's anything I like better, but this is a pretty good eye treatment.