Miracle worker Miraculous Anti-Aging Eye Cream is manufactured by Philosophy, one of the most well-known names in the skincare industry. This product includes a hefty ingredient list that includes peptides and items that have been clinically proven retinoid technological boosters which will improve the look of wrinkles and fine lines in sensitive skin while simultaneously providing a boost of firmness and elasticity. This probably sounds like the claims of every other eye cream on the market.
So, the question is, will Miracle Eye Cream set the bar higher for those looking for a high quality eye cream, or is this just another product that is using the latest fad ingredients?
The Philosophy team does not make it particularly clear how their Miracle Eye Cream produces results based on the information on their official website. However, the formula has been clinically proven to improve the look of wrinkles and fine lines around the eyes. Results from these tests were from users that applied the cream for 4-6 weeks. Up to 95 percent of these subjects reported that they found their skin to be more hydrated and 70 percent saw an improvement in the appearance of deep wrinkles on their skin. Another 95 percent reported that they saw an improvement in fine lines around the eyes. The Miracle Eye Cream does contain retinoids that are known to improve the appearance of wrinkles which can largely be attributed to these results.
Philosophy is a well-known name in the skin care world and the Miracle Eye Cream has received a great deal of positive reviews from those that have used it. The formula has also been clinically tested and shown to provide results in combating wrinkles and fine lines. The product contains effective retinoids but not dangerous ingredients such as GMOs, triclosan, synthetic dyes, phtahalates, synthetic fragrances, parabens, or sulfates. The company provides a full FAQ page and 30 day money back guarantee for those that would like to investigate the product further. These are also real pluses.
There is a lot of information regarding what is in this product, but not much information about how these ingredients work. Those that would like to contact the company are only given a phone number. These are the only real minuses.
Miracle Eye Cream offers a large list of ingredients to sift through to get a better feel for how this cream works.
Ingredients: Disodium edta, citric acid, tocopheryl acetate, retinyl palmitate, water, stearic acid, cetyl alcohol, propanediol, diethylhexyl carbonate, beeswax, octylododecyl olivate, niacinamide, polyglyceryl-4 isosterate, glycerine, behenyl alcohol, tetrahexyldecyl ascrobate, caprlic triglyceride, peg-30 dipolyhydroxysterate, magnesium sulfate, hexyldecanol, myristoyl pentapeptide-9, cocoyl hexapeptide 23, retinol, glyceryl diretinoate, brassica campestris sterols, hydrolyzed safflower oil, glycine soja sterols, caprylyl glycol, cocoglycerides, acetyl cocoyl glycine, 1, 2 hexanediol, sodium hyaluronate, tropolone, microcrystalline wax, phospholipids, linoleic acid, cetylhydroxproline palmitamide, bisabolol, polysorbate 80, sd alcohol 40b, lysolecithin, potassium sorbate, pentylene glycol, hydroxyethylcellulose, sodium benzoate, xanthan gum, chlorphensin, and BHT.
Miracle Eye Cream seems like a good buy at first, but raises some questions with further research. It would be nice to get more of an idea for how the ingredients in the formula work before making a purchase, but overall there are no serious offenses in the marketing for this product. There are many products out there that offer all of these results, perks, and more information on their own products than this one, making it hard to recommend.