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Nulexin is an “As seen on TV” skin cream that claims to specifically target under eye circles and discoloration, and according to its website, it claims to be the first product developed specifically for this purpose. Many of its ingredients are similar to Hylexin, and Nulexin is believed by some to be another knockoff of that very popular skin cream.
Nulexin’s approach is very simple and very focused — simply reduce dark under eye circle and discoloration around the eye. It is said under eye circles are the top indicators of old age, and reducing this will de-age your skin. Nulexin believes this approach is better than de-aging the entire skin area. Just dab around the affected area, let it set, and go about your day. Nothing about Nulexin is complicated, which is an encouraging start.
Nulexin was previously advertised through TV advertisements for $39.99, but you can find it on various Internet websites for the same price plus the cost of shipping and handling. Like other “As Seen on TV” products, the manufacturers of Nulexin also offer a generous 30 day money back guarantee. People can also find Nulexin for sale on other websites for under $39.99, but these sites are not very reliable. “As Seen on TV” products are notorious for being ineffective, and we will explore how effective Nulexin truly is.
Nulexin’s official ingredient list is unpublished, but on their official website, they state several key ingredients, including hesperidin methyl chalcone, dipeptide valyl-tryptophane, Lipopeptide Pal-GQPR, and Pal-GHK. According to Nulexin, these are scientifically-formulated ingredients proven to decrease dark pigmentation and puffiness around the eyes. This appears to be independent research conducted by the company. According to various scientific and medical sources, this is not entirely factual. Hesperidin Methyl Chalcone, for example, is a potent supplement that helps decrease hot flashes and flushing in the skin, but does not target dark pigmentation around the eyes. Dipeptide Valyl-Tryptophane, another key ingredients, helps increase lymphatic circulation, but does not specifically target eye puffiness. Lipopeptide Pal-GQPR is the only ingredient that targets eye puffiness and “eye bags”, but it is not clear how much of this ingredient is used in Nulexin.
It appears that Nulexin contains ingredients that will suppress puffiness and dark pigmentation, but these ingredients do not specifically target the skin. It would be helpful if Nulexin released a full ingredient list for proper evaluation.
- Contains Lipopeptide Pal-GQPR.
- Nuxlexin comes with a generous 30 day money back guarantee.
- Ingredients do not specifically target under eye circles.
- Little information is available about its ingredients.
- Is only meant to treat under-eye circles specifically, which are just one of the signs of aging.
The Bottom Line
Nulexin is enticing, but the lack of information available about its ingredients is a huge blow to this supposed miracle cream. It also only targets under eye circles and nothing else, and its use is very limited. Although their customer service is up to par, the scientific backing is not. Consumers might want to look into this if they only want to reduce under eye circles and puffiness, but for a more complete approach, they are advised to search for more complete skin creams.