Alongside eye creams, eye serums have become a must have in the world of anti-aging products. Serums generally have a silky texture and can absorb into the skin fast and are able to replenish subsurface moisture.
This style of eye moisturizer should penetrate deep into the skin to work from the inside-out to heal the effects of aging, reduce wrinkles, tighten sagging eyelids, stop eye puffiness and even have ingredients to help with dark circles.
An eye serum is something that needs to be applied consistently to work towards getting the results you desire. Ultimately it works not only as a corrective measure but also as a preventative one.
Finding an eye serum that suits your skin type, is affordable and has an optimum formula to diminish lines, creases and wrinkles isn’t necessarily an easy task. Cutting through all the noisy marketing and advertising of hundreds of brands to choose from can be really overwhelming.
Oro Gold 24K Anti Aging Eye Serum is a gel that should be used daily to help diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It contains 24K pure gold nano particles which they believe are small enough to move through the skin barrier where they are quickly absorbed to work on skin cells.
It is a light gel that is specific to moisturizing the dry delicate skin around the eye area with hopes of rewinding the clock on aging.
Has some positive reviews online. Smells great and contains some powerful ingredients including botanicals. It contains specks of gold!!
The reviews online are very mixed with many complaints pertaining to super pushy sales people who badger anyone walking by an Oro Gold kiosk for a product demonstration. This selling process just ends up making people feel bullied into purchasing the product as well as others. To avoid the pain of an aggressive sales team, buying online would make for a better shopping experience. It is a very expensive product with many results not living up to its claims so research intensely before purchasing.
To the right is a complete list of ingredients included in this product.
Water, glycerin, 24K gold, alpha hydroxy acid, polysorbate 20, palmitoyl oligopeptide, sodium hyaluronate, calendula officinalis flower extract, camellia sinensis (green tea leaf) extract, aloe barbadensis leaf extract, ginkgo biloba leaf extract, pueraria mirifica root extract, sodium PCA, hydrolyzed wheat protein, ascorbic acid (Vitamin C), scleratium gum, sodium polystyrene sulfonate, allantoin, butylene glycol, carbomer, disodium EDTA, triethanolamine, DMDM hydantoin, iodopropynyl butylcarbqamate, fragrance
A 30 ml bottle will set you back $198 as per their website. Think this purchase through as it’s not a cheap mistake to make especially when it could take at least 3 months to see any kind of result. That adds up to nearly $600!
There is no money back guarantee and there doesn’t seem to be any clinical research or trials done so supporting this product is difficult.