Secret key snail repairing eye cream
Recommended for those with dry skin
Ingredient analysis: Skincarisma
EGF- Epidermal growth factor (only read this part if you are interested)
EGF:s are naturally occurring proteins in your body that regulates growth at cellular level.
Might increase collagen production, thoughts are divided on this. I am leaning on towards not on that one. Nobel prize 1986 for the discovery of EGF (among other things).
If you are interested in more facts on the topic, follow the link to Nobel prize website
What’s been shown is that EGF stimulates the growth of many different cells, understanding the signals from the cell to the outer environment and the transport of substances from the outside to the inside of a cell. Which is really important when it comes to skincare. If you think about it, we want the products we put on our skin to penetrate and really work where they are supposed to, that is on a cellular level and changing the structure of our skin (hyper pigmentation, redness, wrinkles and so on). So this is basically EGF.
I am not going in to this deeper, but it is really interesting so follow the link if you need the knowledge.
My thoughts on Secret key snail + EGF repairing eye cream
What is a good or great eye cream actually? I think it is quite hard to say if an eye creams is good or not. There is no eye cream that’s going to magically make your wrinkles disappear. What they will do, is help with dark under eye circles, puffy eyes, dryness, discoloration, and hydration. They can also slow down the process of wrinkles, that is working as an anti-aging product. When your under eye area is all that, your undereye will look healthy and thereby younger. This product did nothing for me. It just felt like a cream under my eye, nothing more and nothing less. It did absorb rather quickly into my skin and did not leave any sticky feeling afterwards.
This is not a product I will buy again.
I give this product 2/7
Where to get it
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