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Milexin is an under eye treatment that is produced by a company known as SynoviaLabs. Although it would be considered to be a product strictly for dark, under eye circles, the possibility of Milexin doubling as an anti-wrinkle agent is now being explored. In this review we will try to determine if this product is capable of performing the task of an anti-wrinkle serum, as it has been claimed. Although the developers of this merchandise have not officially made this claim, we want to know if there are any truths to the rumors.
Milexin appears to contain all natural products that have been derived from rain forests and swamplands all over the world. Milexin claims to include the following ingredients: distilled water, squalane, sorbitol, hyaluronic acid, centella asiatica, chrysin, carbomer, haloxyl, and tocopherol. There was found to be two ingredients in this product that may possibly contribute to the reduction of wrinkles. The first one is centella asiatica. This is because the substance claims to stimulate the Type I collagen production beneath the skin. The other is Hyaluronic acid, which claims to help with improving the appearance of wrinkles.
- Seems to be no wasted ingredient.
- Appears to contain no harmful ingredients.
- Claims to contain centella asiatica,an ingredient thought to stimulate Type 1 collagen production.
- Contains hyaluric acid, which is already naturally existing in the human body.
- Appears to be only 2 of the ingredients that possibly fight wrinkles.
- No scientific proof of said claims is posted.
- Website testimonials do not include anything about wrinkle reduction.
- Website as a whole makes no claims of improving the appearance of wrinkles.
- Contains none of the proven ingredients that can be used in smoothing fine lines that are available in other products.
- Cannot locate any documents showing the scientific process of how centella asiatica actually stimulates the production of collagen.
The Bottom Line
While Milexin seems to have the possibilities of being a good product for reducing those dark, under eye circles, research shows that it may lack essential ingredients to effectively combat the aging process as a whole. The two ingredients that are drawing attention toward this idea are centella asiatica and Hyaluronic acid. Both show that there may be a strong basis to support this theory, but no solid proof exists. Furthermore, the most effective form of hyaluronic acid is not found within the widely available cream, but in the form it of an injection instead. This version of the ingredient, of course, is not available over-the-counter, which would be considered by some to be inconvenient. Although hyaluronic acid is approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), it can still cause swelling, redness, and skin rashes that can last up to a week. Although Milexin does contain 2 ingredients that are possible candidates for wrinkle reduction, there is no documented physical or scientific proof that has been found to support this theory. Milexin does not seem to be much of a financial risk to the potential consumer with the free shipping and available discounts, but it doesn’t offer any kind of risk free or money back guarantee. If you have a problem with dark under eye circles then Milexin may be worth trying, but until there is further proof that this product is in fact a wrinkle combatant, it is not recommended that it be purchased strictly for use as an anti-wrinkle agent.