ViVexin Intensive Eye Cream has presented itself as a high-end solution to common under-the-eye problems like dark circles, puffiness, and fine lines and wrinkles. If you suffer from any or all of these conditions, you might be interested in taking a look at whether or not this product is right for you.
In this review, we’ll be looking at how the ingredients in Vivexin work, whether or not they deliver, and some pros and cons to purchasing this eye cream.
ViVexin is unique in that it promises to solve all three of these skin conditions with one, once-a-day eye cream. The company claims that it does this by combining three trademarked ingredients that each fight one of these problems—Haloxyl tackles dark circles, while Eyeliss fights puffiness, and Matrixyl seeks to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Here’s how they say they do it.
Haloxyl contains a variety of ingredients common in skin creams, like the moisturizer glycerin and the anti-inflammatory chrysin. It was trademarked by the longstanding cosmetics company Sederma, and has since been used in several reliable eye creams. It fights dark circles by strengthening leaky capillaries under the skin that lead to dark pigments.
Eyeliss, also produced by Sederma, is a combination of three different peptides that work to drain fluid from the puffy bags that form under the eyes. Used on a regular basis, many independent healthcare workers believe that improvement can be seen in about two months.
Matrixyl is the commercial name for the peptide Palmitoyl Pentapeptide-3, which helps to boost the production of collagen in the skin. Eventually, the skin will be able to eliminate wrinkles and prevent further fine lines from appearing.
What We Like About ViVexin
What we like most about ViVexin is the blend of tried-and-true ingredients it contains. Some—like Eyeliss—have even been clinically tested in independent trials, where 70 percent of users showed improvement in two months.
We’re also happy to see the inclusion of so many peptides. Peptides, which function as “mini proteins” have been increasingly used in skin cream because of their ability to naturally boost the body’s collagen production and we think they’re an important factor in any successful skin cream.
As to the company itself, we’re impressed with ViVexin’s inclusion of a free trial and 90-day money back guarantee. Besides helping you to try the product in a risk-free environment, we think it shows a confidence in the eye cream that is encouraging.
What We Dislike About ViVexin
The biggest complaint we have with ViVexin is its price. It retails at $59.95 per bottle on the ViVexin website, and other deals online are scarce.
However, if you’re willing to front some more cash up front you’ll be able to save money by investing in the three-month supply of three bottles at $119.95. There’s also a six-month supply costing $199.95.
Because of the peptide-heavy formula, we’re fairly confident that ViVexin is an effective product and if you decide to purchase it, you’ll probably be pleased.
However, the price tag is a little hefty and if you’re not concerned about all three under-eye problems, we recommend you look elsewhere for a product more tailored to your needs with a more moderate price.