What is Eyeliss?

Which Cream is Best?

Just what is Eyeliss and why is everyone looking for this ingredient in their eye treatment product?


Eyeliss is actually a combination of 3 ingredients (protein peptides) that has helped many people decongest puffy, baggy eyes.

What Can These Protein Peptides Do?

Peptides have been know to play an important role in rejuvenating the eye area through several methods by helping to:

  • Decongest the area
  • Reduce inflammation – helps reduced puffy look
  • Strengthen capillaries to reduce leakage – which can help reduce that purple/bluish discoloration around the eyes…….i.e dark circles

Eyeliss was originally developed outside of the United States – near Paris - by a company called Sederma.

They specialize in the development of a wide range of biochemical actives used in cosmetics to reduce aging skin symptoms such as wrinkles, sags, and free radical damage.

And while clinical tests where done only on 20 middle aged volunteers, Sederma was so confident of the effects of this special combination ingredient, that they patented it.

Eyeliss is not new, it has been used by celebrities and Europeans for years, but it was very expensive.

However, since then the prices have come down considerably over the last few years and we are beginning to see more and more companies adding it to their skincare line.

Sounds good right?

The problem is - according to the clinical studies done by Sederma company - in order for Eyeliss to be effective, the anti-aging product should contain a significant amount............at least 3% to product desirable results.

That's why we like the Eye Revolution Gel because it contains a high percentage of Eyeliss (it's one of the top 3 ingredients)........

Click here: Eye Revolution Gel to get more info.

This active ingredient is listed right after Matrixyl and Haloxyl – also very important active ingredients to improve the look of the entire fragile eye area.

In addition, it helps decongest the area without caffeine like other products do.

Why is that important? Well, for some people, caffeine can cause dryness or irritation.

Personally, that's one reason why I never like to use tea bags to reduce baggy eyes.

Products/Creams With Eyeliss

To be honest, I haven't seen many products that contain this ingredient on the store shelves.

There are a few products on the internet - but they don't  mention how much Eyeliss they actually contain.

Nor do they show where it falls within the list of ingredients................Which is a good indication of how much or how little Eyeliss it contains.


Remember, the higher on the list the more it contains. And the opposite is true - the lower on the list, the less it contains.


Also, keep in mind that if you're eyes tend to swell up easily, you may wish to consider using a product that's not too creamy or oily – which can only make the situation worse...........

Look for Eyeliss serums and gels - they might be a better option for you. 

So which Eye Creams are Best?

You really need to decide what you need or are looking for in an eye cream.  However, most people try to avoid eye products with oils or waxes like paraffin…........

Which can irritate or cause puffiness for those who are sensitive.

Final Word:

We're constantly getting emails asking:

  • what is Eyeliss
  • how does it work
  • what products contain it

We hope this information helped answer some of your question. For more information see the pages listed below or drop us a line......


Additional Reading

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