REVITALEYES INDEPENDENTLY REVIEWED: The Eyes Have It

The Lumixyl REVITALEYES Brightening Eye Cream was introduced to the market just a few weeks ago.  This is Lumixyl’s definitive answer to the nagging problems of dark under-eye circles, crow’s feet, puffy inflamed bags, and dry dull skin, that all of us deal with to one degree or another.  There are many lotions and potions out there touting their ability to help; however, this is the first and only alternative on the market that incorporates the sensational Stanford University discovery – Decapeptide-12 – for fading hyperpigmentation and age spots in skin.  With that as an anchor, the Revitaleyes formula includes several other skin health technologies to comprehensively address all of the different problems we encounter in the delicate skin around our eyes.

Decapeptide-12, or the Lumixyl Peptide as it is also known, is uniquely qualified for an eye cream, as it has a completely non-irritating profile compared to other skin brightening and lightening agents.  As a result, it can be used at full professional strength on the skin of the delicate eye area.  That is great news to people everywhere who are looking for the right solution, or have given up looking because they are tired of trying products that just don’t deliver.  So how well does it work?  Thanks to the early adopters in the skincare community, and their mighty pens (or should I say, keyboards), there are a number of reviews from people using the product themselves to help you know what you can really expect:

What Independent REVITALEYES Users Are Saying

The website Truth in Aging was founded with the mission to offer “truthful and unbiased guidance to people seeking to improve their physical appearance” and to be a uniquely “curious and honest voice”.  They do so by making product samples available to a group of their readers/subscribers, on an unpaid basis, so that those users can record their experience with the product and provide feedback on the TIA blog.  This was the case with one such reader and mother of two, named Michelle.

Michelle notes that she has always had dark circles, in what she calls a “lovely gift of heredity” and she is quite skeptical when it comes to the prospect of changing that.  Until she tried REVITALEYES:

“During the trial, my eye area did look much more plump and hydrated, but I wasn’t totally sold on the product’s ability to reduce dark circles. I put it on every day, looking in the mirror, and I saw those purple rings still there. Hmmm…was it actually doing anything? Fortunately, at the beginning of the trial, I had snapped a photo of myself to reference and I was SO very glad I had! Four weeks later I snapped another photo to compare and saw the results were actually more impressive than I had realized. The change was so gradual I hadn’t noticed, but my dark circles were actually lighter! No other cream I have tried (and there have been many!) has ever been able to do that – not even a tiny bit.”

Michelle’s entire review and her before/after pictures can be found at the TIA website HERE.

Next, let me introduce you to Laura.  Laura is a freelance lifestyle writer.  She was one of the first people, not associated with ENVY Medical or involved in product testing, to try the product and write about it.  Here is some of what she said:

“It’s not often that I say a skin care or beauty product is transformational, but for me it is the honest truth with this eye cream.

I am no longer wearing concealer under my eyes because my zombie like black circles are so improved, to the point where I really don’t see any discoloration. My under eye area is also hydrated and plumped, and this is all from one product! I know. I can hardly believe it either! I have tried so many eye creams and frankly there have been a few that provided results but usually I am unmoved when it comes to what they promise versus what they deliver. Well with this, the cream does what the name implies AND MORE.”

Laura’s entire review can be found HERE on her blog, lauracarsonmiller.blogspot.com

Still not sure?  Meet Shelley, married 28 year-old voice behind the popular lifestyle and sweepstaking blog “sweeptight.com”.  Reviewing products may not be her normal focus, but she felt compelled to let people know about Revitaleyes:

“Those days laying out in the sun and baking in the tanning beds are coming back to bite me in the, well, skin. Luckily, I was able to try this great brightening eye cream. I’ve been using it for a couple of weeks and have seen pretty great results. I noticed the dark circles and puffy bags diminishing in just a couple of days. Now, I am starting to see my crow’s feet fade a bit.”

The full review is found HERE.

The reason every review is so enthusiastically positive is because REVITALEYES is truly unlike anything you have tried before – it’s not just about puffy eyes, though it has botanical anti-inflammatory ingredients that do wonders for decreasing eye tissue puffiness and soothing inflammation.  It’s not just about fine-line wrinkles and crepey skin, though the combination of Decapeptide-12, Palmitoyl Tetrapeptide-7 and Palmitoyl Oligopeptide are an amazingly effective synergy of peptide stimulation to improve skin function and texture.  It’s not just about those impossible dark rings that form under your eyes making you look like a raccoon with a hangover – though the Revitaleyes combination of Chrysin, N-Hydroxysuccinimide, and EDTA remove the mineral deposits that build up in the eye-area skin.

No, it’s not about any one of those things that Revitaleyes does so well.  It is the way the Revitaleyes formula does all of those things so well, in one step.

To find a dermatologist, cosmetic surgeon, or medical spa near you that carries the Lumixyl brand of topical skin brightening products, enter your zip code for a listing in your area HERE.  Or get more information on how Lumixyl works at the company website by clicking HERE.

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