Baebody Eye Gel Review: Anti-Aging Eye Gel
• Ample product (1.7oz) in the container
• Push-down pump dispenser
• Mild cucumber scent
• Anti-aging ingredients
• May sting sensitive skin
• Results will not be dramatic
Baebody Eye Gel
Baebody Eye Gel is a popular eye treatment which is said to reduce dark circles, puffiness, and wrinkles. Read our Baebody Eye Gel review.
Claims & Features
- Reduce puffiness and dark circles
- Restore and rejuvenate eyes
- Anti-aging ingredients
- No fillers, fragrances, dyes, or parabens
Cost & Availability
You can get the Baebody Eye Gel from Amazon for about $19. Oddly, we couldn’t find it on Baebody’s official website. As of this writing, we haven’t seen this item in stores.
Baebody Eye Gel Reviews
This product by Baebody includes a number of popular anti-aging ingredients into a gel which goes on smoothly and has a faint scent of cucumber. It comes in an ample-sized 1.7 ounce jar with a nice push-down dispenser.
Under the hood, Baebody Eye Gel features several popular ingredients found in other anti-aging products such as Matrixyl 3000, Vitamin E, and Plant stem cells.
Matrixyl 3000 is a second-gen anti-aging peptide blend (palmitoyl-tripeptide and palmitoyl-oligopeptide) that supposedly increases collagen production and facilitates skin repair. Its effectiveness was demonstrated in a small study of only 48 subjects, so further testing will be required before this can be proven to work. That study, however, did find a reduction in roughness and wrinkles, along with an increase in skin tone.
The use of plant stem cells is a somewhat recent trend. This is yet another unproven fad in skin care, and you can read a thorough discussion of the topic here. One expert summarized the fad, saying, “There is a lot of promise, but some of the advertising is a little bit of a hyperbole.”
Overall, this product by Baebody has garnered quite positive reviews, although it should be pointed out that a large number of recent reviews were given in exchange for free or reduced price product. You may want to take those opinions with a grain of salt.
The ingredients in the eye gel are popular among the more popular anti-aging creams and gels, although their true efficacy is not yet proven. The high ratings this product has achieved online appears to be a combination of the product’s ingredients, a faithful skincare regimen by users, and a few reviews given in exchange for receiving this item.
Some readers have said they use it all over their faces, rather than just around the eyes. If you have sensitive skin, you may not want to slather it all over your face without trying it on a small area first. There have been a few reports of tingling or burning by those with sensitive skin.
We think that you’ll find this to be a solid eye gel, provided your expectations are realistic. Keep in mind that even the manufacturer’s studies shows about a 15% improvement in test subjects.
Beauty stores and online vendors have no shortage of creams for dark circles and puffiness. A top seller in this category is Complete Eye Rescue from PHL Naturals, which sports a 4.8 star rating among over 400 reviews. A #1 Best Seller in this category is an eye cream by Padha Beauty, which has about 2,000 consumer reviews and runs about $16.
If you are looking for an eye gel with some of the more trendy ingredients, you can’t go wrong with Baebody’s offering, which is on the low end of the price spectrum, and a legion of pleased customers.
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