EyeVibe claims to help you “discover the secret to ageless, youthful looking eyes”, but can we believe the claims being made?
This product is available for trial, which is often a bad sign. With poor ingredients and hidden charges.
In the following review we will look more closely at this offer to see if it is any different from the trial offers we have previously looked at.
Claimed benefits of EyeVibe
Using EyeVibe is claimed to offer the following benefits:
- Smooth the appearance of deep-set fine lines and wrinkles
- Reduce the look of dark under-eye circles
- Brighten the look of the skin around your eyes
- Hydrate and help diminish puffiness
These claims sound fantastic and will obviously be very tempting for anyone suffering with these visible signs of ageing.
I would suggest that you look for proof of these claims first, however. With the ingredients used a good starting point.
Ingredients used by EyeVibe
Unfortunately despite its impressive claims there is very little to back them up.
There is no label present and only one ingredient has been mentioned; Hyaluronic Acid.
This is disappointing as it is impossible to prove the effectiveness of this product. For all we know it could be totally ineffective or worse still could contain ingredients that could be potentially dangerous.
Cost of EyeVibe
Most trial offers hide their true cost in their terms and conditions, and while EyeVibe does not make a huge effort to highlight its cost, at least it is available on the main webpage.
The price of this offer is $92.79, which will be charged to your account on the 15th day after you first sign up.
This trial also leads onto an auto-ship program, so you will find that each month another delivery will be sent out to you, which of course will come with the excessive bill too.
Is EyeVibe a scam?
There are serious doubts surrounding the claims as there is very little ingredient information available.
The cost is also too high, with the auto-shipping the final straw.
I would suggest you avoid this trial, and perhaps think about avoiding trial offers in their entirety.
They are rarely as good an offer as they first appear.
Contact details for EyeVibe
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Alternative to EyeVibe
If you are put off by the high price of the above trial offer but are still looking for a solution to your own visible signs of ageing, then I would suggest you pay a visit to the Bauer Nutrition website.
They have a product available called Bioxin Regenerative Anti-Ageing Day Cream, which is made using proven ingredients such as Syn-ake that acts in a similar way as Botox, but without the injections or expense.
This product is not available for trial so you need only to pay the price shown, there are no hidden or repeat charges.