Target Area(s): Puffiness and fine lines – Use as a day cream
7 Second Eye Lift claims to be able to reduce signs of aging around the eyes such as puffiness and dark lines, as well as make the skin smoother and younger looking; all this within just 7 seconds of using this cream. It claims to make use of very powerful ingredients and peptides that will help improve your eyes in no time at all so that you may look younger and have glowing eyes.
Most Effective For:
- Improving the skin and reducing wrinkles due to its very good ingredients
Other Factors to Consider:
- Does not provide the results that customers want
- Received a lot of negative user reviews
- Makes outrageous claims that they cannot live up to
Description: The combined actions of all these ingredients should be able to eliminate wrinkles, improve your skin, decrease puffiness of the eyes, eliminate dark lines and many more. Unfortunately, this might be too much for a cream to have and the concentrations of each of these ingredients might not be enough to produce the results that you want. When you look at the customer testimonials about this product, you will see that it has received a lot of bad comments and reviews. This is most likely due to having too many of these ingredients in just one cream. It is not a good idea to use all of these at once. The combination of these ingredients don't necessarily increase its effects, even though individually they would work well on the skin. Another problem with this product is that it makes claims that would be very hard to live up to. Almost no cream would make you look younger in as fast as 7 seconds, which is probably why a lot of people were disappointed with this cream. It should make realistic claims that it can live up to so that people would not end up being disappointed with the results.
Ingredients: Some of the ingredients used in the 7 Second Eye Lift are retinyl palmitate, eyeseryl, syn-coll, vitamin C, pepha tight and matrixyl 3000.
JEN says: Its price of $24.95 may seem like a good price for an eye cream. But with all the negative comments it got from its users, it is not a good idea to spend this amount of money on a cream that would just disappoint you. Do NOT buy this cream. If you're looking to treat your dark circles, instead of 7 Second Eye Lift, you may check our BioElements Multi Task Eye Cream Review, it is an eye cream for dark circles, but not really recommended if you have overall eye skin problems.