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Reduce dark under eye circles with this incredible cream.

Updated: Jan 12


By ALEXIS ROCHESTER


Last month, I shared this post with readers of Beneath the Surface News about a natural retinol alternative that fights wrinkles and aging.


Everyone seemed to really enjoy it and asked for more science-based skincare tips.

So I’m sharing another product from this brand I began using last April to treat some bad dark circles I had from pregnancy (so much morning sickness).


I also suffer from genetic dark circles, so it has been a goal of mine for years to find products and ingredients to treat the under eye area.


I was fascinated by the ingredients in this cream.


You can read the blog post for a complete list of active ingredients, but I will share two with you here. You can also check out some Instagram highlights when I first shared the details on this eye cream.

Adipoless


This is a patented ingredient created from quinoa extract. It helps to strengthen capillaries around the eye and improves skin elasticity. Adipoless is clinically proven to reduce dark circles within 28 days.


I noticed a difference in a little over a week. It continued to brighten my under-eye area over the next few weeks.

Eyeliss


This is an anti-inflammatory, which reduces puffiness and under eye bags.


My results


I started using this eye cream at the beginning of last April.


My dark circles were looking much more prominent at this time from lack of sleep, but I was also very sick from my pregnancy.

After one week, I noticed my under eye area lightening. After just a few weeks, my under-eye circles were very light, but the skin under my eyes was also tighter.


I continue to use this eye cream (code ALEXISROCH at checkout!) right now.


One tube lasts about two months.

Alexis Rochester is an investigative chemist, blogger and founder of Chemistry Cachet. She shares science-based skin care, cleaning, gardening and health tips. She was diagnosed with RA at age 10, so she has a passion for pain management tips and research, along with sharing her journey through this disease. When she’s not writing for Chemistry Cachet, she is taking Pilates or Barre classes, and also received her Barre teaching certification this year! She grew up in Stephenville and recently moved back with her daughter, husband and bulldog. You can find her posting pictures and fun stories daily on Instagram. Also look for Chemistry Cachet on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter and LinkedIn.


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