So you’ve decided to do some research into eye creams, and you’re now wondering if a tired puffy look is starting to develop around your eyes. Or, worse still, wrinkles are starting to over take your cute little crows feet. You have decided that a good eye gel is needed to help solve the problem, and guess what?
You are correct!
The Question That Needs To Be Asked is...Will Retinol Eye Gel revitalise your eyes and give you a more youthful appearance?
Claims have been made that a good anti-aging product will not merely conceal a problem it will release the user from it. A good eye gel must cosmetically address an issue instantly whilst working away at creating a long term solution for healing it.
Retinol Eye Gel is a well-formulated, well-presented, anti-aging product that is well-promoted in a very competitive market. It receives very positive reviews on the internet.
There are not too many negative observations to be made, but consideration should be given to a couple of things: firstly the home company, Skincare Cosmetics, does not have an official website or provide any clinical evidence to back up claims made about the product. Secondly, a clear description on how to use the product does not seem to be listed on any of the third party websites promoting this eye gel.
Every one knows that vitamin A and E are crucial elements required for nurturing healthy looking skin, that’s why our mums made us eat citrus fruit when we were kids. Well those two important vitamins blended together with some Collagen synthesis and a whole raft of other well-researched ingredients structure the formula for Retinol Eye Gel.
Ingredients: Methylparaben, Zea Mays (Corn) Oil, Diazolidinyl Urea, Water (Aqua), Glyceryl Polymethacrylate, Retinyl Palmitate, Triethanolamine, Disodium EDTA-Copper, Mica (CI 77019), PEG-8, Polysorbate 20, Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate, Tocopheryl Acetate, Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891), Propylparaben, Propylene Glycol, Iron Oxide (CI 77489), FD&C Blue 1 (CI 42090), Carbomer, and Yellow 5.
The lack of any clinical evidence behind this product isn't a good sign. They have a good appearance, but without being able to back it up with science, it makes this product a shot in the dark that we cannot recommend.