Restoration Eye Return
The possibility of an eye cream having five functions is remarkable, let alone an eye cream with seven individual functions. Restoration Eye Return is an eye cream distributed by the prestigious cosmetic company Z. Bigatti. Restoration Eye Return claims the ability to strengthen skin barriers, reduce puffiness, stimulate collagen growth, reduce dark circles around the eyes, provide antioxidants, nourish the skin, and moisturize all at the same time.
Restoration Eye Return uses both active and natural ingredients to provide maximum benefits. Each ingredient is included to serve a specific function. For instance apricot oil, grape seed, and green tea are included to moisturize the skin, and hydrolyzed silk is included to strength skin. Vitamins and minerals are also main ingredients, as well as certain plants, to reduce puffiness, detox, decongest, stimulate collagen, and repair damaged blood vessels.
Some of the ingredients in Restoration Eye Return includes water, butylene glycol, polyacrylamide, daucus carota sativa root, ginseng, lemon peel, folic acid, Yellow 5, corn starch, linoleic acid, camellia oleifera leaf extract, methylparaben, caffeine, dandelion, rosa canina fruit extract, glycerin, cyanocobalamin, and squalane.
Despite being added together and combined with active ingredients, natural oils, plants, and “cold-pressed” herbs may not cause significant changes in the skin, especially when the first ingredient is water. Restoration Eye Return does not list all of the ingredients, rather only one-fourth. Active ingredients are also rebranded and unrecognizable to the ordinary consumer. Excluding ingredient names and changing ingredient names can lead to irritation, confusion, and allergic reaction.
Restoration Eye Return does come with side effects. The container itself says to discontinue use if irritation or rash appears. A note also follows to consult a physician if a rash or irritation does not disappear.
Lacking results from clinical trials, Restoration Eye Return, consumers are unable to verify whether or not a one hundred twenty-five-dollar price tag is worth the risk. Restoration Eye Return also does not include a time allotment for when the product should work or exactly what results to expect. So the question comes of whether or not a prestigious company is enough to stave so many questions.