Eyelastin is a product sold throughout the internet to specifically target all problems surrounding the eye and its skin. This being said, they claim to reduce dark circles, puffy eyes, and even crow’s feet. To do all of this, you would have to reduce inflammation and ideally speaking produce more collagen and elastin to thicken and repair the skin in order to reduce wrinkles and thicken the skin to cover the stains and blood accumulation often associated with dark circles.
History of Eyelastin
Eyelastin is sold by a company known as Dermagevity. Dermagevity refers to themselves as a pioneer in the development of greater skincare products. They claim that you will be able to rejuvenate and repair your skin using their highly developed and sophisticated products. Apparently, they are “committed to delivering a new standard of excellence in the cosmeceutical industry.”
Eyelastin has a number of ingredients, two of which actually relax the muscles in the face. This means that with the right amounts, you could actually reduce wrinkles with the opposite mechanism of action of botox. However, they require very exact amounts, and frankly speaking most don’t have them. It is also important not to use too much however considering they could cause facial sag. They have no anti-inflammatories for baggy eyes and they have no collagen and elastin producers that would cover up and reduce dark circles. They don’t even seem to know what all of their ingredients are.
Possible side effects include redness, feeling of warmth, irritation, itching, peeling, redness, hyperpigmentation, increased sun sensitivity, stinging, and dermatitis.
We would not recommend using Eyelastin. There are too many questions, and frankly it will not show the results you are looking for. They don’t disclose a full ingredients list meaning that they probably have quite a few irritants and frankly small amounts of the important ingredients, not that their so called important ingredients are all that great. This being said, we would highly recommend finding