3Lab gets its name from the idea that it apparently promotes 3 times the results. They also claim that it was developed by 2 chemists and a dermatologist, who use Promatryx and Hydranox in their formula.
They say it can fill lines and wrinkles, and it is supposed to be comparable to professionally administered wrinkle fillers. Major benefits besides wrinkle care include brightened skin, even skin tones, and diminished discolorations, brown spots, liver spots, and sun spots. It is based around collagen and elastin in part.
Ingredients and Mechanism of Action:
3Lab uses nano Claire GY, promatryx, aquaxyl, lumiskin, unisurrection, sodium hyaluronate, sodium levulinate, and hydranox. There is however, no full ingredients list. We see no collagen or elastin, and the ingredients they do include are really not meant to reduce wrinkles, let alone around the eyes. Sodium hyaluronate can cushion the skin, but it does not reduce wrinkles.
Overall Impression of 3Lab:
3Lab has no basis to their claims. They have no true wrinkle fighting ingredients, let alone those that would target the skin around the eyes. And especially at $400 for a 2oz jar, you would expect to see some level of substance in the form of peptides or something that would make a difference and substantiate a long term difference. 3Lab is a substantial waste of money.