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Does Eyeliss Work on Dark Under Eye Puffiness

by Carson
(Ireland)

Does Eyeliss Get Rid of Dark Under Eye Puffiness?

Does Eyeliss Get Rid of Dark Under Eye Puffiness?

I'm wondering if Eyeliss works on dark under eye puffiness. I've tried so many different products and am still frustrated because I haven't had much in the way of results.


I've read a little bit about this new ingredient that combines a variety of different treatments all in one product. Is this true? Does Eyeliss work? If so, where can I get a good quality product that includes Eyeliss?

Thanks so much for your help.

Carson

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How Eyeliss Works to Reduce Dark Under Eye Puffiness
by: Sue

Eyeliss combines three active anti-aging ingredients specifically formulated to reduce puffiness under the eyes.

Here is detailed information:
Eyeliss Skin Rejuvenation Treatment

A quick summary...

The three ingredients in Eyeliss are:

  • Hesperidin Mythl Chalcone: Reduces "leaking" from capillaries that cause that bruised appearance under the eye.

  • Depeptide Valyl-Tryptophane (VW): Increases circulation to reduce "puffiness".
  • Lipopeptide Pal-GQPR: Improves elasticity, reduces inflammation, firms and tones.

Try the Dermajuv Eye Revolution Gel with Eyeliss, Matrixyl, Haloxyl, and Stem Cells for a complete comprehensive treatment for all the aging symptoms around the eyes.

These three clinically proven facial rejuvenation ingredients work together in concert to decrease the permeability of capillaries so they don't leak, increases circulation, firms, improves elasticity and reduces inflammation.

The combination of these three active anti-aging ingredients in Eyeliss also has the added benefit, to smooth fine lines and wrinkles.

If you have puffy under eye bags too, don't forget that using ice under your eyes every morning, even for five minutes will really help reduce the swelling as well.

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