If you have an interest in dark circle eye creams, there can only be one reason, you’re tired of waking up, looking in the mirror, and appearing worn-out because of the black circles under your eyes. And, since you’re in a business that requires alert people, you hope that a good eye cream may be the answer.
So, the question is, will RevitaLume eye cream repair the skin under your eyes, or draw attention to it anyway, while you pay cash for the privilege?
RevitaLume claims to be a natural repairing solution for leaking capillaries that form the dark circles under eyes and deliver you from the swelling that makes your eyes look puffy, which would mean – ultimate problem removed.
They do provide a link to reviews on the product site. The price of $79 seems pretty fair considering it is a 6-week supply instead of one month. One of the important parts of supplying a product that will restore your fresh appearance is the replenishing of moisture and restoring skin cells. They claim that Palmitoyl tetrapeptide-3 and Palmitoyl oligopeptide will encourage the growth of new cells by enhancing the collagen levels. The combination of ingredients is supposed to smooth away fine lines and wrinkles, and the product site has pictures to show you what they mean. The company does caution, however, that there is no application that can “recode DNA”. They show what all the ingredients are and what they do. And that covers the primary list of real pluses.
Regarding the minuses, there are only a few worth mentioning, but the two that stand out the most are: 1) no clinical studies have been provided, and 2) no information is provided to estimate time it will take for the product to make a visible difference. Frankly, that’s probably not enough for most of us, but the lack of independent customer comments is somewhat puzzling, but that covers the primary list of real minuses.
Though the list of ingredients is short, it doesn’t appear they left anything out. Additionally, on the product site, they do break down what each ingredient is intended to do. The only downfall is that the potency of each ingredient is not mentioned, which could make a difference if you are allergic to one. And of course, just to make sure you aren’t, you need to read the list.
Ingredients: cucumber extract, green tea extract, and chrysin extract, Hesperidin methyl chalcone, Palmitoyl tetrapeptide-3 and Palmitoyl oligopeptide, Retinyl palmitate [ a form of Vitamin A], Shea butter
They have quite a few on-site reviews, mostly positive, but it is not clear if these are actual customers who tried the product. Unlike some third party stores, like Amazon, the company decides which reviews to post and this could skew the results of honest reviews. They indicate that the product has been tested, but offer no information if the tests were by an independent laboratory, their own research department, or a shaman in the Himalayan mountains. Just the fact that no clinical studies are provided means that this may not be the best product for your hard earned money.