Born in southern California, Jennifer Pena studied at Fresno State to earn her degree. There she met her now husband Rick. Now a mother of four, Jennifer works diligently for her daughter's PTA. Considered by many to be an expert in the field of anti-aging and anti-wrinkle products, Jennifer has combined her scientific knowledge and real world experience to help guide others in their decision making process.

Neocutis Eye Cream Review - Will It Work For You? Let's Find Out!

Neocutis is specifically designed to improve the look of your eyes by providing a way to get rid of lower eye circles with a dose of caffeine that will help to reduce puffiness. Clinical studies on the Neocutis formula have found that using this product improved the look of stressed skin in just 6 weeks for those that used the product twice a day. This sounds like it might merit further investigation.

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So, the question is, will Neocutis Eye Cream really live up to these clinical study claims, or is this formula lacking in areas that other eye creams excel?


Neocutis eye cream includes a blend known as PSP which includes human growth factors, interleukins, and cytokines. These ingredients will help to promote a more youthful look to the skin around the eye, which is very delicate and prone to damage if it is not cared for properly. In order to use Neocutis eye cream, gently cleanse the skin and then apply the cream to the area around the eyes. This should be performed twice a day for the best results. You cannot purchase the eye cream from the official Neocutis website, but you can find it at for around $80 for a 15ml bottle.

What's the Word On The Street, Then?

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There are a variety of before and after photos of individuals that used Neocutis eye cream during a clinical study which can be viewed before making a purchase. While some webpages offer the eye cream for a high rate, there are also websites such as which offer the same eye cream for a lower price.

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Regarding minuses about this product, it is a bit strange that you cannot buy this product through the official Neocutis website. There is also no free trial or money back guarantee offered for the product. Finally, there is no ingredient list offered for the eye cream which could be disguising some real minuses.

You Have To Know What You're Putting On Your Body

Neocutis offers a somewhat comprehensive list of items that are included in their eye cream, though they do admit that this list is not a full list of ingredients that go into the blend.

Ingredients: Tocotrienols, palm oil, ascorbyl palmitate, ascorbic acid, potassium cetyl phosphate phytosterols, carbomer, ascorbyl tetraisopalmitate, bisabolol, caffeine, caprylic triglyceride, water, butylene glycol, C12-20 acid peg-8 ester, glycerin saccharide isomerate, caprylyl glycol, peg-8 cetyl alcohol, disodium EDTA, phenoxyethanol, methylparaben, processed skin proteins, phospholipids, glycerrhetinic acid, sodium polyacrylate, sodium hyaluronate, citric acid, ethylparaben, polylaraben, tocopherol, isobutlyparaben, and beech tree bud extract.


Neocutis Eye Cream is specifically designed to be used on delicate skin which can be helpful for those that are worried about putting harsh products near their eyes. The formal website does not provide a lot of information about this product, but they do provide a PDF which outlines a great deal of information from a clinical study performed on the brand. There is a bit more information available from third party websites, but this may be because the eye cream is not for sale on the official Neocutis page. Unfortunately it comes down to the fact that there is no satisfaction guarantee for this product. This makes buying this product a true risk. Add to that there is no ingredient list, and this product starts looking kind of shady indeed.


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