Dermagist Eye Revolution Gel Review
Dermagist Eye Revolution Gel has been featured on NBC, ABC, People Magazine and a few other public places. It has extremely bold claims; promising to reverse fine lines and wrinkles, diminish puffiness and bags under the eyes and totally obliterate dark circles. It says that it uses the highest advances in science and the best ingredients on the market to be able to meet these high claims. They also promise extremely quick results and no harmful or reverse side effects.
As someone who has been around skin care for as long as I have and as someone who works hands on in the skin care field, I can’t help but be a little skeptical when it comes to the claims they are making, especially when this Eye Revolution Gel is made by such an unknown company and there are not any clinical studies provided.
How does Dermagist Eye Revolution Gel work?
Dermagist Eye Revolution Gel says it uses “powerhouse” ingredients and advanced science techniques to be able to meet the claims it is making.
The first thing I noticed when looking at the ingredients/science behind Dermagist Eye Revolution Gel is the fact that they use Stem Cells in their eye gel. Stem cells are said to be able to go into you skin and directly communicate with the cells so that the cells know what it is expected to do. In this case they say that these stem cells will promote regeneration of new cells and the healing of wounded cells in the skin.
The next thing I noticed were these 3 compounded and patented ingredients. These ingredients can be found in many different products and can be quite effective when delivered into the skin properly. These ingredients include:
Matrixyl- Martrixyl is a copper peptide that is able to penetrate into the lower levels of the skin. This peptide is said to be able to promote the skin produce more collagn. By adding collagen into the skin your skin looks and feels much more youthful. Peptides are fairly new technology and are taking the skin care industry by storm.
Eyeliss- It is said to increase lymphatic drainage around the eye area and improve capillary permeability which means that the eye area will be able to flush away the excess fluids that cause puffiness and bags.
Haloxyl- this ingredient is made specifically to diminish dark circles that are caused by the build up of blood under the surface of the skin. Haloxyl is said to be able to break down the blood that has pooled under the eye area, therefore reducing the dark circles at the source.
How much does Dermagist Eye Revolution Gel cost?
1 bottl of Dermagist Eye Revolution Gel costs $99, while 2 bottles of Dermagist Eye Revolution Gel costs $129.
They offer quite a hefty price cut on the 2nd bottle in hoped to get consumers to buy more then just one.
Verdict: should you purchase Dermagist Eye Revolution Gel?
Honestly, I think Dermagist Eye Revolution Gel isn’t what it claims to be. I think the idea behind this eye gel is great and the ingredient are impressive but that the product as a whole falls flat and is unable to meet the claims. If you are looking for a good eye cream, look for one that has a lot of good reviews, clinical studies and proven ingredients.