Vanilyx Eye Cream
In the 1960’s the rage for skin care was all about sweat. Jump in that sauna and sweat away all the impurities, wrinkles and age. Who had time to sit in a sauna everyday in the 60’s?!
Luckily today we have easy to use products to help combat the signs of aging and lessen the looks of things about our skin that we don’t necessarily like, without having to commit to sauna time every day.
Vanilyx Eye Cream is an under eye concentrated cream that claims to drastically reduce the appearance of dark circles and puffiness.
With the 1960’s on the brain, we’ll discuss the good, the bad and the ugly of Vanilyx Eye Cream .
Vanilyx Eye Cream – The Good
• Ingredients: Vanilyx Eye Cream contains Aloe, Cucumber Extract, Horsetail Extract, Sunflower Seed Oil, Green Tea and Chrysin. Aloe and Cucumber Extract have been shown to help hydrate and calm, which could help reduce puffiness. Horsetail Extract has diuretic properties, which could also help with reducing puffiness. Sunflower Seed Oil is an effective moisturizer with lasting smoothing and softening properties. Green Tea is a powerful anti-oxidant which helps combat free radicals that damage our skin cells and speed up the aging process. Lastly, Chrysin has been shown to have anti-inflammatory properties, which could also help reduce puffiness.
• 30-day Money Back Guarantee: You can return unused product to the manufacturer within 30-days for a full refund.
• Price: Vanilyx Eye Cream can be found online for $30-40.
• Double-Blind Clinical Trial: The manufacturer ran a study wherein all participants suffered from severe dark circles. More than 72% of the subjects saw a visible reduction in the color and severity of their dark circles.
• Safety: The ingredients in Vanilyx Eye Cream are safe to use cosmetically by the FDA and Cosmetic Ingredient Review Board.
Vanilyx Eye Cream – The Bad
• Sketchy Guarantee? The 30-day guarantee may be questionable. The product needs to be returned with unused product in it (so not empty) AND the company recommends that you use the product for 4-6 weeks before you will see results. This does NOT add up.
• Parabens: Although proved safe to use cosmetically by the FDA, parabens are still controversial. If you have issues with parabens, this product is not for you.
Vanilyx Eye Cream – The Ugly
• Lightening Ingredient(s)? We cannot find the ingredient(s) that should help with lightening dark circles. If this is HALF the product claim, they need to be clearer about which ingredient is helping with this issue (if there even is an ingredient that will help with this).
Vanilyx Eye Cream Overall Value
There are plenty of ‘goods’ about Vanilyx Eye Cream, but the ‘bads’ and the ‘ugly’ are really tripping us up. We have a lot of ‘ifs’ and ‘whats’ that have not been answered.
So if you have some light to shed, please feel free to while we take a minute to think and sweat it out in our sauna.