Eyesential is a product based out of Europe which claims to give you the secret of the stars. They say you can expect to lose up to 10 years off your face in just seconds, and it “really works”, even having been used for 30 years in Hollywood.
They name stars like George Clooney, who, if you haven’t noticed doesn’t have “youthful” skin around the eyes, and he definitely isn’t known for it. But they name others like Madonna and Sarah Jessica Parker to try to push supposed results.
Price: 39.95 Euros
Ingredients and Mechanism of Action:
Eyesential does not actually list any ingredients at this time. They make a lot of claims, but have no substance to back it up. Companies do this essentially speaking because they don’t have any valid ingredients to speak of. So they’re hoping that you will pay attention to the hype and forget to ask about the facts.
Overall Impression of Eyesential:
Eyesential is a waste of your time. It doesn’t have any of the right ingredients. It doesn’t have any of the right amounts. It doesn’t have anything to back its invalid claims in fact. It just has hype. So if you want a real product that Hollywood stars might actually use were many of their prime examples to use something besides surgery or other expensive procedures, they would probably look for real ingredients.