As you shop around for an eye cream that aims at getting rid of dark circles, there may be a few that make references to clinical testing. For starters, it’s important you know what clinical testing actually is.
A clinical test is a rigorously controlled test of a new drug or a new invasive medical device on human subjects; in the United States it is conducted under the direction of the FDA before being made available for general clinical use.
With that definition understood, it’s important to know which products are clinically tested and which just make references to clinical tests that involve ingredients used in their products. One product I recently saw advertised to get rid of dark circles, aptly called the Dark Circle Serum and made by Wrinkle System, an anti aging skin care brand that markets several targeted skin treatments, is clinically tested to reduce the appearance of dark circles by 35%. That’s a HUGE improvement, any time you can get numbers in the 10% range, it’s considered highly effective by most parties. 35% is just amazing.
What’s different about this product? That was the main question I set out to answer as I did some investigative research for this new dark circle cure. For starters, it uses seaweed extract, which is usually a common ingredient in some of the most luxurious spa’s around the world. Seaweed extract is a staple in many anti aging masks, acne treatments, and deep peeling procedures. A natural anti-oxidant, it’s used in this eye serum for those abilities.
The eye serum comes in a medicinal dropper, making it very simple to dispense and apply to the affected area. In some quick testing, I found this was not only a great dark circle eye serum, but also a great eye serum that has been working wonders on my puffiness. Puffy eyes are a serious complaint among people that don’t get enough sleep, and I for one living in South Florida don’t always get to bed when I am supposed to. If you look at the Wrinkle System website, they reference clinical studies and the effect the serum has on puffiness. I was shocked to see it also helps reduce puffy eyes by a clinically tested 31%. Dang!
So, that’s my 20,000 foot view of this new dark circle treatment. I would highly suggest this to people who are serious about getting rid of dark circles and puffiness. It’s among the best rated eye creams on some of the most notorious anti aging portals, and being clinically tested is no joke. It takes years of preparation and perseverance to get an eye cream formula to the point where clinical tests point to it as a leader in the industry.