Eye Cream Blogs Can Mislead Consumers

If you do a quick Google search for the “best eye cream,” you need to really think to yourself what types of sites you are going to look into with a grain of salt, and what types of sites you should just ignore.  Today’s article will explain the difference between people out there to make a quick buck and those who are out there reporting facts.  This is a must read if you find yourself constantly questioning the views and opinions from these so-called “bloggers.”

Let me explain….

Many of the eye cream blogs out there are simply affiliate marketing sites.  While I have nothing against affiliate marketing in most capacities, affiliates in the eye cream niche certainly go a little far in their marketing.  For those of you not familiar with this term, in short, an affiliate is a paid marketer who earns commissions each time a sale is made from someone who visited their site prior to purchasing a product.  In the case of eye creams, affiliates will earn up to 50% of sales made if they convince YOU to go to the next page and buy the eye cream they speak so highly of.

In a nutshell, the affiliate will go to great lengths to get you to hear all of the great information about the “reviewed” eye cream.  They will talk about personal experience, point to testimonials (which in the case of Prototype 37-c are FALSE, points out one affiliate blogger here), and give their all to get you to make that purchase. Yuck!

While some eye cream bloggers will tell the truth, give a good eye cream review, and genuinely represent the product they market well, the bad ones spoil this for the industry. They simply misrepresent the products so much that all they really care about is making the sale.  This is bad for the eye cream manufacturers – they have to live up to the false hype and probably deal with a lot of returns and customer service issues.

For this reason, it’s best to stick to authority blogs and portals.  What exactly do I mean by this?  Let me show you an example….

A portal is a domain that is designed to carry out research, news, and information on a certain topic.  For the most part, they are the “best” domain name in the entire industry.  Luckily, in the eye cream industry, there exists such a portal.  You can visit it online for yourself by following the link:  Eye Cream Reviews.

You see, this is a true portal.  It’s updated daily with eye cream information.  It does not slant any product or company.  There are ZERO affiliate links on the entire site, and best of all, they are upfront with the audience and tell the world that there are indeed advertisements on the website.

Now, compare this to an affiliate site.  An affiliate site is usually written in the first person.  It can say “Hi this is Maxine from Chicago, and these are my favorite eye cream products. ”  Come on.  You really think people are that passionate about products that they take photos of them, write about them, put up a blog about them, and then spend all the time and money to get them indexed and findable in Google?  Come on folks, these are marketers who know what they are doing.  It takes time, money, and a lot of dirty work to get a site findable in Google.  That first page ranking is NOT easy to obtain, and when it is, that’s where the big money flows in.

I don’t say this to slam affiliate marketers, I say this so that people can truly find the best eye cream they are looking for.  If you take a good look around, and figure out who the obvious affiliates are, you can really go a long way to helping you find the best eye cream on your first try.

Eye Cream Reviews Don’t Lie: Elite Serum is Crowned Best Eye Cream

If you follow the anti aging eye cream industry, you know how competitive the market is.  There seems to be new, improved products introduced each and every day.  There are always new products that seem to be “advanced” in formula concentration from the previous months “best eye cream,” and there are alway special offers that keep consumers enticed and inclined to try the latest and greatest products.  So, how do you truly find the best eye cream?  Well, that question has been posed to me several times, and my response is always simple:  read eye cream reviews.

I’m not talking about an eye cream review you can read on some bogus blog put up by Nancy from Ohio, that talks about how much her wrinkles were reduced in depth while she was in her second pregnancy.  Those sites do nothing but take your information on a web-based form that leads you into a free trial on most occasions.  The only thing free about most of those trials is that the companies behind them are free to bang your credit card endlessly until you find someone who will let you out of the long term billing arrangement they lock you into.

What I am talking about is real, consumer submitted reviews from authority sites.  Authority sites, such as EyeCream.com, EyeCreams.com, and EyeSerum.com, are the largest websites on the subject of eye creams on the Internet.  Not only will you find a plethora of eye cream reviews, but you will also find in-depth information on causes of dark under eye circles, eye wrinkles, and other symptoms of aging.  These website stay informational, objective, and unbiased.  The marketing companies behind them have no relation with the products listed, and you shouldn’t find an affiliate code (which means they are obviously being tracked for sales they represent for respective products).

In addition to that information, these authority websites talk about ingredients in an in-depth manner, so that consumers like YOU can understand how they rank eye creams.  Not only do they spell things out in a clear, well-written manner, but their job is done through factual events, not just some opinion that has no bearing or weight behind it.  The editors are quick to point out the positive things about an eye cream, as well as citing what ingredients are in each said formula that work to treat the various signs of aging.

If you take a look around those websites, there is a common factor that has somewhat changed the landscape of anti aging in 2009:  Elite Serum has been crowned as the best under-eye serum by consumers, editors, and skin care experts.  The reviews don’t lie.  You can pull up any one of those sites and see what people are saying at any time you wish.  The eye cream reviews are always being updated as more and more consumers get their hands on this cutting-edge serum.  It certainly has taken the anti aging skin care industry by storm, and has also changed the way people look, one at a time.

Elite Serum has come up with this formula after over a year of research & development.  The formulators worked extensively at altering the formula in order to obtain the best concentration of ingredients.  The ingredient mix is NOT based on organics, herbal formulas, or anything of that nature.  This is strictly advanced science at it’s finest.  If you take a look at the ingredient mix, you will find three ultra-scientific ingredients that are obtained from world class laboratories and used for their ability to treat symptoms of aging.  The three advanced, marquee ingredients include:  Haloxyl, which treats dark under eye circles, Eyeliss, which stomps out puffy eyes, and Argirlene, which has been called by many as the best needle free alternative to botox.  Simply put, it eliminates wrinkles over time.

It’s been fun tracking the success of Elite Serum, and it will be fun seeing what the Elite brand introduces next.  The flagship product of many to come, Elite Serum has won over consumers and changed the shape of anti aging creams forever.

Karla A. Sutton is an anti aging expert who regularly writes for several online healthy publications.

Anti Aging Cream Reviews: Why They Are Important

Every0ne has questions about products they consume.  Anti aging creams are no different.  What if I told you there are places you can visit to find valuable information on various anti aging creams?  They certainly do exist, and when you stumble into them you will find a wealth of information pertinent to your purchases of anti aging creams.

Product reviews in general help people who are in the market to buy something make the best decision they can.  When they read product reviews by other people, they have real-life experience that is spoken for, documented, and in-depth, right at their fingertips.  Just like you read consumer reports when you look for a car or electronic apparatus, you can read anti aging cream reviews in order to find the best product for whatever symptoms you are trying to treat.

Below is a short list of some places you will be able to find real consumer reviews of various anti-aging creams.  Use these sites as a guide when you buy products. Be sure to submit your own reviews if you have experience with any of the listed creams.

For facial wrinkles, most people use anti-wrinkle creams.  The best wrinkle cream review site I know of is one that I helped start.  It’s called WrinklesErased.com, and it has a wealth of information that pertains to wrinkle prevention, wrinkle creams, and of course, it goes into detailed wrinle cream reviews.  Many products are discussed on this website, and the consumers that have spoken so far have been pretty adament about the product called the Wrinkle System – Diamond Edition.  Check it out for yourself should you be in the market for a wrinkle cream.  There are dozens of products listed with real consumer reviews.

Another website I have taken a liking to is actually the largest database of eye creams, eye gels, and eye serums.  It’s appropriately viewable at EyeCreams.com.  This site not only puts out a great eye cream review for each product, (done by experienced anti aging marketing experts) but they also have a portion of the site dedicated to education on various ingredients.  Of course, user-submitted eye cream reviews are on the site as well.  This site has so many different eye care products, that it really is helpful should you have any of the usual signs of aging that you wish to treat.  Some of them include:  dark circles under the eyes, eye bags, puffy eyes, and eye wrinkles.

Lastly, there is a site I like called EyeSerum.com.  An eye serum is nothing different from an eye cream, but it may have a different viscosity in some cases.  Some people look for a serum when they look online, and this is due to the medicinal angle that a serum implies.

If you have used any of the anti-aging creams on the sites I mentioned, go ahead and submit your own review.  You can help others as they search for the best anti-aging creams.