Reducing wrinkles, eliminating dark circles, and de-puffing pesky under-eye bags may seem like a task worthy of Hercules, especially if you’ve spent more than one night without good sleep.
But your frustrations are what fueled the creation of ViVexin Intensive Eye Cream, and this company promises to do away with all three of these common under-the-eye problems with just one product.
What you want to know is if ViVexin delivers on their promises, and that’s what we’re going to find out. We’ll take a look at the ingredients in this eye cream to find out exactly how it ticks and whether or not it’s a good deal for you.
What Does ViVexin Do?
ViVexin claims that using just a dab of Intensive Eye Cream every day will help eliminate the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, de-puff bags under the eye, and restore a normal, healthy color to dark circles.
Not only that, ViVexin promises a quick delivery—the company claims that if you use the product faithfully, you’ll start seeing improvement in two weeks.
How Does ViVexin Do It?
ViVexin’s secret to younger looking skin is its blend of three trademarked ingredients—Haloxyl, Eyeliss, and Matrixyl.
Here’s a quick rundown of all three of these ingredients, what they contain, and how they claim to help combat under-the-eye skin issues.
• Haloxyl is a trademarked blend of multiple ingredients, including glycerin, chrysin, and palmitoyl. Developed by the long-standing cosmetics company Sederma, Haloxyl has since been used in many high-end eye creams for its ability to reduce dark circles by strengthening leaky capillaries under the eyes and using natural enzymes to break down dark pigments in the skin.
• Eyeliss also contains a mix of ingredients, with the prime ingredient being hesperidin methyl chalcone. This substance works to drain fluid that collects into the puffy bags around the eyes, and thus decrease the appearance of puffy skin.
• Matrixyl is the commercial name for Palmitoyl Pentapeptide-3, a “mini-protein” known as a peptide. Long believed to boost the skin’s production of collagen, peptides work at the DNA level to eliminate wrinkles and provide protection against everyday wear and tear.
What’s The Financial Cost Of Using ViVexin?
The price tag attached to ViVexin is probably the Achilles’ heel of the eye cream. Retailing at $59.95 for just one bottle, ViVexin is on the higher range of eye creams. There are deals to be had though—purchasing the three-month supply of three bottles will cost you $119.95, which equates to $40 a month and the six-month supply at $199.95 will bring the cost down to $33 a month.
ViVexin also offers a free trial minus the cost of shipping as well as a 90-day money back guarantee
This allows you to try ViVexin in a risk-free way, which we think is a good deal for a product with this kind of price.
Should I Try ViVexin?
Considering the tried-and-true ingredients in ViVexin, we think the product is likely to work. Whether or not the eye cream is in your price range is up to you, however.
While we like the three-in-one aspect of ViVexin, the cost can still seem a little staggering so we recommend that if you’re only in the market for one or two of the promised benefits, you should look elsewhere for a deal that might be a little more affordable.
But if you’re equally concerned with wrinkles, dark circles, and puffy eyes, ViVexin may be worth a shot.