Although we can’t turn back the hands of time and prevent the damage and dark circles we see on our skin now, many products have been developed to help women look younger without undergoing serious procedures. As a woman ages, one of her greatest allies should be an eye product that minimizes wrinkles. Hydrolyze is one product that claims to do double duty for the eye area. Firstly, is claims to be able to moisturize and reverse the signs of wrinkles and secondly, it boasts an ingredient that is designed to help reduce dark circles.
Hydrolyze The Product Details
Hydrolyze is an eye cream that is manufactured by Hydroxatone LLC. The website for this product claims that Hydrolyze can fight wrinkles and dark circles simultaneously. The product lists two active ingredients. The first ingredient is Matrixyl 3000, a powerful and proven hydration agent. Matrixyl 3000 had been used in several other moisturizers and eye creams and has independent research that points to its effectiveness. The second active ingredient in Hydrolyze is Haloxyl. The website claims that Haloxyl will reduce dark circles. The website does not provide any clinical studies regarding this ingredient and this researcher was only able to find amateur reviews of this ingredient’s effectiveness. The website does not give much other information including no list of other ingredients, money back guarantees, or clinical trials.
Strengths Of Hydrolyze
- The product does contain Matrixyl 3000, a proven powerful moisturizer and wrinkle fighter.
- The website provides sample testimonials and product reviews from satisfied customers as we make reviews of Plexaderm and products like this.
Weaknesses Of Hydrolyze
- The website does not list any ingredients contained in the rpoduct, active or inactive.
- The manufacturer makes no guarantees about the effectiveness of the product and does not offer any type of money back promise.
- The website does not mention data or research for Haloxyl, the ingredient mentioned to reduce dark circles
Hydrolyze The Bottom Line
Although this product will give the eye area a good dose of moisture and may make wrinkles appear less prominent, there is little known about the ingredient that supposedly fights dark circles. Also, without a full list of ingredients or concentration levels, it is hard to say how effective the product will be but you may read our Skinception – Eyelasticity reviews and consider buying this product as an alternative.
The most common eye area issues are puffiness, dark circles, wrinkles and crow’s feet, and loss of hydration. There are countless eye creams available on the market today, making it seem nearly impossible to find the “right one” that meets our specific under eye needs. It is imperative to find a product that has been formulated to address a variety of complex eye area problems.
Below you’ll find some of the most effective eye cream formulations on the market today, in our opinion.
Verdict on Claimed Benefits: Below is our summary of the available evidence for the claimed benefits of below mentioned anti-aging eye creams and eye serums based on the available research:
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