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Eyederm X is an anti-aging cream designed to eliminate the signs of aging around the eyes, like crow’s feet, dark circles, and puffiness. The cream is also marketed for the reversal of fine wrinkles and blemishes on the face and neck.It is usually combined with another product, Alaria X, for enhanced effects.
The makers of Eyederm X offer a risk free trial. Sign up, and you will receive one bottle of Eyederm X for free (just pay shipping at handling).
The website that distributes Eyederm X is not forthcoming with information about the manufacturer. No company address of history is available. Ads that are supposed to allow you to order Eyederm Xfrequently re-direct to trials for other products.
Distributors of Eyederm X do not provide a detailed explanation of how the cream works, although the ingredients they advertise in their formula do shed some light on its mechanism. The cream is described as increasing the production of collagen, a substance that makes up the molecular scaffolding which holds the skin in place. Some product descriptions also state that the cream strengthens the blood vessels in the skin, preventing the leakage of blood that causes discolorations. However, none of the active ingredients provide a mechanism for this claim.
The distributor of Eyederm X lists five active ingredients included in the cream’s formula:
Vitamin C is a natural substance, usually extracted from fruits or berries, which boosts the production of collagen and releases antioxidants to combat the damage from free-radicals caused by UV-light exposure, smoking, poor diet, or stress.
Tetrapeptide 7 is a synthetic peptide that stimulates fibroblast cells, the cells in your skin tissue that produce collagen.
Propylene glycol is a chemical product that is commonly included in anti-aging creams to reduce the appearance of wrinkles. However, the substance has been accused of causing harmful long-term side effects, such as drying the skin or acting as a fixative.
Red algae extract is a natural product that contains hyaluronic acid, the industry favorite for helping skin to retain moisture. Red algae extract also contains antioxidants, which fight free radicals.
Citrustem is a natural product, extracted from oranges, that works by organizing the inner structure of the skin for a younger appearance. It organizes and increases the density of the dermis structure, repairs the extracellular matrix, and improves cellular adhesion.
- Formula includes ingredients that have a good rep in the anti-aging industry
- Free trial gives you the opportunity to form your own opinion about the cream
- Information about the manufacturer is unavailable
- Details of the free trial are difficult to come by
- Overstated marketing techniques are red flags that the product might be a scam