EyeRise: Does EyeRise Work?

3.7 / 5.0
Page Review: 
Advertising Disclosure ?

Advertising Disclosure

FTC Disclosure

As the owner/sponsor of this e-commerce website, we have the full intention to be compliant with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) rules about the use of testimonials, endorsements, and overall content in advertising and marketing. Accordingly, we want you as a visitor to understand the instances we get paid to sell all products or services on this site.


The content that appears on this page is presented as a nominative use product overview. The provided information includes product information, overviews, buying guides, and product specifications. All trademarks, registered trademarks and service-marks mentioned on this site are the property of their respective owners. If any content is factually inaccurate please contact us and let us know so that we can address it appropriately. By contributing your product facts helps to better serve our readers and the accuracy of the content.

Our Top Selections Box - Promotional Sales

The table below identified "Our Top Products" does not include all companies or all available products in the market but those that we promote as the owner of and/or resellers of all products listed within it. In full compliance with the FTC guidelines, please assume that any and all links on the table are sales links, and we receive compensation if you click one of these and make a purchase through our website. We are independently owned and the opinions expressed here are our own. All editorial content is written without prejudice or bias, regardless of product sponsor associations.


EyeRise – The Overview

EyeRise is an innovative non-surgical technique developed by Dr. Bracci that involves a tailored combination of different injectable fillers around the sides of the eyes, the mid-face region, and the cheek bone areas. According to the manufacturer of the product, EyeRise provides a more natural look by restoring the architecture of the eyes without making permanent changes to the face. The official website for the brand is very informative and the manufacturer provides details about the company, customer success stories with before and after photos, and complete contact details. The EyeRise treatment ranges in price from $2999 to $3499. Pricing is based on getting results and not based on the cost of each individual filler.


EyeRise – Product Description

According to the website, the EyeRise technique works to restore the original architecture and, ultimately, reduce the appearance of eye bags. This is compared to surgery, which involves cutting away what you currently have. EyeRise does not involve any cutting or repositioning of the skin and tissue. EyeRise provides instant results, and may be performed in a lunch time appointment. The procedure requires little or no downtime after treatment. EyeRise allows for adjustments in the future, making it easy to maintain the results from the procedure.

Good about EyeRise

  • Information about the company is provided
  • There are customer success stories with before and after photos
  • Provides instant results

Bad about EyeRise

  • Treatment is expensive
  • There are no free samples
  • The complete formula is not disclosed
  • Statements aren’t backed by clinical data
  • EyeRise may contain chemical-based ingredients

EyeRise – The Bottom Line

EyeRise cannot be recommended as an effective anti-aging treatment for several reasons. Because details about the product are very limited and, while it is said to address multiple signs of aging around the eyes and claims that it provides instant results, there is no data from any clinical studies to back this up. Not only that, but EyeRise is expensive, customers have no protection safeguards. There are many alternative brands of natural anti-aging eye creams available online and in retail stores; consumers would be advised to choose a brand that has been clinically proven to work and preferably made by a reputable manufacturer who is well-established in the skincare industry.