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Best Eye Lift Cream

Updated on November 1, 2010

If you are looking for an eye lift cream you are most likely looking for a way to get rid of fine line and wrinkles around the eye area without an expensive and complicated face lift surgery. Our eyes are most distinct facial features and strong indicators of how old we are. As such, it makes sense looking for products that can help make the eye area look younger. Although there is no upper eye lift cream or low eye lift cream, which will completely chance our appearance, there are products that improve the way we look. Because there aren’t any scientific studies proving, which eye lift cream is the best, I decided to browse user reviews of popular eye lift creams to see what they had to say. I’ve seen articles out there claiming that an eye lift cream is an equivalent, if not better alternative, to a surgical face lift, which can take away those droopy eyes. This is quite simply not the case. Topical (products that you apply on your skin) can only do so much. They will get you some results, but nothing too drastic. I decided to look at each popular eye lift cream and see what users thought about it.

Avon ANEW ULTIMATE Transforming Lift Eye Cream: The few reviews on Amazon of this product were nothing impressive, although one user said that it did help.

RoC Lift and Define Eye Cream: The reviews on this product were overall, positive.

ESTEE LAUDER Resilience Lift Extreme Eye Cream: I could not find virtually any reviews on this product.

Phytomer contour lift eye cream: The reviews on this product were pretty positive, with most users saying that it helped with the dark circles and puffiness.

Caviar luxe eye lift cream: I did not find any reviews on this. But I did find out that this is really expensive! Over $200.

Contour Lift Extreme Eye Cream: Again, I did not find any reviews, but I did find out that this does not come cheap either, at $150.

LUMENE TIME FREEZE Instant Lift Eye Cream: No reviews available. Relatively inexpensive.

Clinique Anti-Gravity Firming Eye Lift Cream: No reviews available. Affordable at around $30.

MD skincare lift and lighten eye cream: Although I didn’t plan it to be this way, this seems to have the best reviews available. It’s available for around $60.

Although I can’t conclude much of anything, in terms of which is the best eye lift cream, I made some observations…Some eye lifting creams offer to only take care of baggy eyes and wrinkles while other make the claim that they can make the skin less droopy. Also, keep in mind that price does not correlate with effectiveness when you are looking to buy an eye lifting cream. If anything, it just means that the manufacturer has a well known name and a pretty bottle. Because eye lifting creams are not regulated by the FDA, the claims made by these manufacturers are not scientifically proven. Regardless, you may see some results, but nothing out of the ordinary.


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      diana D 

      5 years ago

      I wanted to try The Vitamin Enhanced Face Firming Serum from Made from Earth even though it had some mixed reviews. I have using it daily for almost three weeks. I am just starting to show my age and I don't really have wrinkles, just a few fine lines. I do however wake with puffy, tierd looking eyes that last most of the day and they make me feel like I look old and wrung out.

      It is a little heavy compaired to what I usually use. I found I don't like it under full makeup, which I only do 2 or 3 times a week for work when I have to go in. Most days I do simmple 5 minute makeup and then I use it twice a day.

      Now the best part, my sad eyes do seem to respond to the Vitamin Enhanced Face Firming Serum. I didn't expect much so I am thrilled to see any change. I took before pics and in a few more weeks if I feel brave I will post the afters. My husband and I see a change. My upper lids have a little more lift and are not as puffy/tierd lookig. It's subtle and not a miracle or anything but I have gotten compliments that I look good, or healthy several times this week. I'll take it!


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