Everybody who suffers from problems around the eyes is probably sick of them. If you like having dark circles, puffy bags, or crow’s feet, you would be one in a million. Well, I take that back. Some people think that crow’s feet give character to a face….in men. But the other two don’t know matter how you spin it. This being said, there are plenty of products out there claiming to get rid of those problems once and for all, and Eyelastin is one of the more popular products. It is cheaper than most at half the price of some eye creams we have seen, and they give you appealing illustrations.
But the question is does it work? When evaluating an eye cream, there is one thing you should know. Most ingredients do not work around the eyes! It’s tragic yes. But it’s true. There are ingredients that have been proven to reduce wrinkles. But when it comes to the area around the eyes, it is much thinner, and you just won’t see results! This being said, unfortunately, while they focus on relaxing muscles, there are no ingredients of that nature that have been proven to work around the eyes.
This being said, they don’t disclose a full ingredients list. So there are quite a few harmful ingredients hiding there. That goes without saying. But the other problem would be the fact that realistically speaking, most of their ingredients that they do name have nothing to do with wrinkles at all, and they even named one ingredient improperly. They called palmitoyl tetrapeptide-7 matrixyl. Matrixyl is otherwise known as palmitoyl pentapeptide.
We would not recommend using this formula. The makers of Eyelastin claim to be groundbreaking and new. But they don’t even know what they’re talking about, let alone what they’re doing as is evidenced by the fact that they don’t know what matrixyl is or for that matter what ingredients would affect the area around the eyes. Most companies at least give the ingredients they do have the right descriptions. This is created with pure incompetency at best.