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Wei East Eyes Alive Eye Cream – The Overview
Wei East Eyes Alive is an anti-aging eye cream that claims to reduce crow’s feet, dark circles, decrease bags and puffiness using an all-natural blend of ingredients. It is made by the company “WEI Beauty”, a manufacturer of several skincare products that are all sold on their website. The website is reasonably informative and includes an FAQ section, secure ordering page and manufacturer contact details. However, it is not professional in appearance and hard to navigate. There are no background details about the manufacturer, such as how well established they are, and there are no customer success stories or reviews. The manufacturer does not offer customers discounts on any orders. There is no mention of a money-back guarantee, so all sales are assumed to be final. Free samples do not seem to be available either.
Ingredients Contained in The Product
Green Tea, Cucumber, Mulberry, Safflower
Wei East Eyes Alive – Product Description
Despite the claims made for Wei East Eyes Alive the formula only contains a few key ingredients including Green Tea and Mulberry. Although these ingredients are often used to help reduce signs of aging in the eye area, the amounts used in Wei East Eyes Alive’s formula are not disclosed, and they are usually accompanied by other beneficial anti-aging ingredients. While Green Tea and Cucumber are high in antioxidants and said to have hydrating properties, there is no clinical data that shows they can produce the results claimed by the manufacturer. It is recommended that Wei East Eyes Alive is used as part of a complete anti-aging routine along with other products in the manufacturer’s range and applied at least twice a day for best results.
Good about Wei East Eyes Alive
- Wei East Eyes Alive?key active ingredients are listed?
- It is said to work on multiple signs of aging around the eyes
Bad about Wei East Eyes Alive
- There are no customer success stories
- There is no money-back guarantee offered
- It only contains a few key active ingredients
Wei East Eyes Alive – The Bottom Line
Even though Green Tea and Cucumber are known to help reduce signs of aging around the eyes, most products of this type use other active ingredients to provide comprehensive treatment. Without seeing actual clinical proof that these ingredients produce positive results, and given the absence of customer reviews, consumers must rely solely on the word of the manufacturer which may not always be reliable. While Wei East Eyes Alive is more affordable some anti-aging eye creams, this could be an indication that the formula is not maximum strength or completely pure. Not being shown exactly what’s in the product is a concern for several reasons especially for people with sensitive skin types that are prone to irritation. Overall, Wei East Eyes Alive may produce some positive results, but possibly only if used in conjunction with other anti-aging products made by the same manufacturer.
The most common eye area issues are puffiness, dark circles, wrinkles and crow’s feet, and loss of hydration.* There are countless eye creams available on the market today, making it seem nearly impossible to find the “right one” that meets our specific under eye needs.* It is imperative to find a product that has been formulated to address a variety of complex eye area problems.*
Below you’ll find some of the most effective eye cream formulations on the market today, in our opinion.*
3 Tips to stop eye wrinkles forming:
1. Avoid looking at small screens, such as your phone, for extended periods of time to reduce squinting.
2. Add foods rich in Omega-3 fatty acids to your diet, like flax seeds, walnuts, and salmon.
3. Never pull or tug at the skin while applying or removing eye.
**This is a subjective assessment based on the strength of the available informations and our estimation of efficacy.
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