What You Should Know
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There does not appear to be an official website for the anti-aging cream RestorEyes. It can however be ordered from online shops. We are told that it is a cream that has been developed to deal with the signs of aging, such as lines and wrinkles around the eyes.
We are given a full list of ingredients for RestorEyes. The ingredients in this product include Sweet Almond Oil and Shea Butter. These are ingredients that can be found in a whole host of anti-aging products on the market. We are, however, given no information as to what makes RestorEyes superior to other anti-aging creams that contain similar ingredients. Competition amongst the manufacturers of anti-aging products is tough. Consumers now expect a maximum amount of information on products. This is particularly so when products are in a certain price range.
RestorEyes cream is available for purchase from on line shops at $85. This is relatively expensive and potential purchasers of this cream will want to know why they should pay this price, when there are other products available containing the same ingredients at lower prices. We know that as we age the amount of collagen in the body decreases and that this can lead to signs of aging such as lines and wrinkles. Clinical trials have shown that peptide combinations such as Matrixyl 3000 are effective anti-aging ingredients. RestorEyes however does not appear to contain any effective peptide based ingredients.
- We are given a full and comprehensive list of ingredients for RestorEyes.
- Shea Butter, which is present in RestorEyes, does have good moisturizing qualities for the skin.
- RestorEyes can be ordered directly from online shops.
- RestorEyes is expensive to purchase.
- We could not find an official website for RestorEyes.
- The claims made by the manufacturers for RestorEyes are not backed up with the results of clinical trials.
- There is no offer of a free trial sample of RestorEyes.
The Bottom Line
It is normal that when an anti-aging product is above a certain price consumers are more demanding. They want to know for example why they should buy the particular product in question rather than a cheaper version of it. The manufacturers of RestorEyes ask consumers to pay $85 for their anti-aging eye cream, but we are provided with no information which explains why it is more effective or superior to other eye creams on the market which contain similar ingredients. The emergence of powerful anti-aging peptide combination ingredients such as Matrixyl 3000 means that the competition is stiff and manufacturers really do need to work hard if they are to convince consumers to purchase their products. As things stand we cannot recommend RestorEyes over and above other anti-aging products for sale.