Filled with trademarked ingredients said to be “proven in clinical studies,” Eye Contour Serum is formulated to reduce dark circles, puffiness, and wrinkles around the eyes to help you achieve youthful appearance.
If you’re considering Eye Contour Serum as a viable solution, take a look at what I’ve researched about it.
Some of Eye Contour Serum’s ingredients are trademarked blends comprising of 2 or more substances. While there are 10 distinct ingredients, some of the more prevalent ones are discussed below:
Eyeliss™. Based on its containing of water and glycerin, Eyeliss is an emollient. Its most potent substance is hesperidine methyl chacon, which some studies suggest inhibits dark circles from forming. 
Haloxyl™. Also made of water and glycerin, Haloxyl’s function is likely similar to Eyeliss. The most effective substance found in Haloxyl is hydroxysuccinimide, which “helps eliminate blood cell pigments that contribute to dark circles around the eyes.” 
Homeo Age™. Homeo Age contains ascophyllum nodosum extract. According to a group of scientists, this substance is rich in phlorotannin (which is beneficial to the skin). They also said ascophyllum nodosum “could be used in topical therapeutic formulations against aging.” 
Crodamol CAP. This “high quality” ester is a clear, colorless liquid which acts as an emollient. 
Nano-Lipobelle H-EQ10. A type of coenzyme Q10, it is an antioxidant which reduces UV damage, stimulates the production of healthy collagen, and minimizes skin damage. 
There are several reviews online of Eye Contour Serum, and there appears to be slightly more who recommend it versus those who don’t.
Here are a couple of reviews reflecting their thoughts:
“I’ve been having puffiness and dark circles from hormonal fluctuations and nothing worked…. sleeping helps but I would still wake up with some puffiness…. anyway, as soooon as I put this on one eye and while I was applying it to the other, the other eye was already smooth and less puffy….I dont get how that works but its amazing… I’m one of those very skeptical people who think most creams on the market are crap….. Xtend life is really amazing… this is the best eye gel, better than Murad Resergence, that didnt do squat next to this…. try it!!” – Shawty187, MakeUpAlley.com, 4 out of 5 stars
“I am sorry to say that with the price I expected it to do something but it has done absolutely nothing for my eye bags/wrinkles after several weeks od daily use.” – Marilyn Williams, Amazon.com, 2 stars
Purchasing Eye Contour Serum
When I looked online, Xtend-Life.com and Amazon.com seem to be the only two websites selling Eye Contour Serum, and both have the price listed for $37.
While Amazon.com may have shipping rates $2 less than Xtend-Life.com, I recommend purchasing through Xtend-Life since it offer a 100% money-back guarantee to unsatisfied consumers.
Also, there is one version of the product for men and one for women, but a company representative informed me the formula in both is identical.
About Xtend Life
Xtend Life is a health supplement company based in New Zealand. Unlike most other companies in the health supplement industry, Xtend Life manufactures all of its own products.
I communicated once with a customer representative via its chat service, and she was courteous and responsive to my questions and concerns.
With conflicting reports about Eye Contour Serum’s efficacy from customers, it’s not easy to know whether you’ll find beneficial results.
But, my research on its ingredients indicates it will likely reduce dark circles around the eyes. I don’t see the harm in giving this product a try to see if it works—especially since there’s a 100% money-back guarantee.
 “hesperidin methyl chalcone.” Paula’s Choice. Available from: http://www.paulaschoice.com/cosmetic-ingredient-dictionary/definition/hesperidin-methyl-chalcone
 “Hydroxysuccinimide.” Melbourne Dermatology. Available from: http://www.treatment-skincare.com/Active-Ingredients/Hydroxysuccinimide.html
 Dutot M, Fagon R, Hemon M, Rat P. “Antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-senescence activities of a phlorotannin-rich natural extract from brown seaweed Ascophyllum nodosum.” Appl Biochem Biotechnol. 2012 Aug;167(8):2234-40. doi: 10.1007/s12010-012-9761-1. Epub 2012 Jun 13. Available from: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22692848
 “Product details Crodamol™ CAP.” Croda. Available from: http://www.croda.com/home.aspx?view=dtl&s=149&r=346&p=2204&prodID=1782
 “coenzyme q10.” Paula’s Choice. Available from: http://www.paulaschoice.com/cosmetic-ingredient-dictionary/definition/coenzyme-q10