While anti-aging skin creams and quality wrinkle serums can be quite good at what they do, the treatment of dark circles under the eyes can be a stubborn problem requiring a more specialized product. This is especially true since, for most people, dark circles under the eyes have more to do with exhaustion, stress or even genetics than simply just aging. To be effective in treating dark circles, a product has to be more than just a repackaged anti-aging cream. Hydroleyes is one of several products that claims to specifically target the under eye area for a reduction in puffiness and dark circles.
Hydroleyes is not an anti-aging cream, but a cream that is supposedly designed specifically for the dark circles that appear under the eyes and often have nothing to do with aging. If anti-aging creams worked on dark circles, there would be little need for such a product, but it has been clear that the stubborn swelling and discoloration under the eyes requires a special approach. Hydroleyes claims to contain the ingredients necessary for that special approach, targeting the cause of dark circles as well as the visible effects.
There are many different, effective, well known skin care ingredients that have been shown time and again to reduce the signs of aging on the skin. One of those well known ingredients, Matrixyl 3000, is the active ingredient in Hydroleyes 3000. Matrixyl 3000 is an extremely effective ingredient in the fight against aging skin, as it functions much like Botox does. Like Botox, though, the Matrixyl 3000 present in Hydroleyes does not address swelling, puffiness, broken capillaries or skin discoloration - all of the signs and symptoms that make up dark circles. If Hydroleyes truly targeted dark circles, it would likely contain ingredients like Palmitoyl tetrapeptide-3 to improve skin texture and Retinyl Palmitate for elasticity.
In order to buy Hydroleyes, you must first sign up for a free trial. This may seem unusual if you are motivated to purchase the product, but instead of buying Hydroleyes outright, the manufacturers instead send a free trial for only the cost of shipping and handling, which can be between $7 and $18. You are free to try Hydroleyes on your own dark circles for 30 days, and if you are not satisfied with the appearance of your dark circles, you can return the product within those 30 days. If you do not, the full price of the product, which is incredibly difficult to find on the website, will be charged to your credit card. The cost is $70, plus shipping and handling, and it will be renewed when a new jar of Hydroleyes is automatically sent every month.
The problem with Hydroleyes is that it bills itself as a cream designed specifically for dark circles. As anyone who has struggling with dark circles under the eyes knows, they are not merely a product of aging. Therefore, a product that relies on anti-aging ingredients to take care of a problem that can have little to nothing to do with aging is not likely to have the desired effects. Add the limited results to the convoluted purchasing process and Hydroleyes is a product not worth attempting.