I needed some Hydraluron as mine was running very low and Boots had skin care on 3 for 2 including Indeed Labs, so I picked up the Eysilix Instant Eye Rescue, Hydraluron and Pepta Bright.
Eysilix claims it is "A breakthrough eye contour treatment that delivers visibly instant and long term results, it is a complete formula that combines 10 of the most active peptides and the finest botanical extracts that specifically target major concerns surrounding the eye area"
"The first ever 10 peptide eye cream that instantly lifts, reduces the appearance of puffiness and dark circles while targeting fine lines, wrinkles, crows feet and tired eyes"
But do these claims actually work?
Eysilix with the box it comes in RRP £24.99
The tube out of the box, against my hand it shows the size of the 15ml tube
I have never found an eye cream that has really shown any sort of results, I've used quite a few but never re purchased any of them, the only one I liked more than others was the Origins Plantscriptions, I found it really hydrating but wouldn't re purchase it as I didn't see any results at all with my dark circles or fine lines and crows feet. After seeing Carolines review of the Eysilix cream I decided I would take some photographs of my eyes before I used the cream and then a week later to see if I noticed any difference.
Before I used the Eysilix Instant Eye Rescue
I have very bad dark circles because of my lack of sleep,
I cannot get comfortable due to my pain so only manage to snatch 15-20 minutes
of sleep here and there most nights, some nights I don't sleep at all.
One week later after using Eysilix Instant Eye Rescue.
I used it morning and night under my eyes and on the area's where I
have developed those pesky fine lines and crows feet.
The amount of Eysilix I use morning and night
I use the same amount for each eye and use my ring finger to dab it on
I think the photographs speak volumes, I have never before seen results like this, and was so thrilled when I looked back at the first photograph, I honestly didn't think the difference was so obvious until I looked back at the photograph, my dark circles are much better and my fine lines and crows feet have improved also, I was so pleased and really glad I took the photographs as I don't think I would have realised just how much of an improvement there was without referring back to them.
The only bad point I have about Eysilix is that I find it a little drying but I do suffer from very dry skin and eczema so it doesn't take much for something to be drying on me, but to solve that I just pop some of my moisturiser over the top of where I have applied it and it's totally fine.
The price tag of £24.99 I didn't think was too bad, I have paid more for eye creams in the past and I have paid less but none have had results like this, I am so impressed with it and happy with the difference it has made a difference to my fine lines and crows feet as well as my dark circles. I would highly recommend Eysilix Instant Eye Rescue especially if you suffer from dark circles like I do or have those pesky fine lines or crows feet. I also liked how I only needed to use a tiny amount, a little goes a long way, the cream isn't runny but it does spread nicely, it doesn't have a scent as such, there is a slight smell of something but I couldn't put my finger on it and it disappears as soon as the cream is rubbed in.
Eysilix Instant Eye Rescue is the first eye cream to do exactly what it says on the box and I am very impressed, 10 out of 10 Indeed Labs.
Have you tried the Eyslilix? Do you have a HG eye cream you can recommend? If so please share in the comments below, I'd love to hear your recommendations.
Thank you for reading, much love as always,