Eyelasticity and How to Reduce Eye Bags

Some people look like zombies. They’re the ones with bags under the eyes and they look like they’ve been up all night. So why is it that some of us get bags sooner than others? Several reasons.

Eye bags are part of the aging process, during which the ligaments that hold the under-eye fatty deposits get weaker. With time, the skin loses its elasticity and the bags get bigger. And while the speed at which this happens is often hereditary, some lifestyle factors can hasten the process.

Does that soften the blow? Eyelasticity Age-Defying Eye Therapy thinks it should, because it means that eye bags and that dreaded “tired” look are manageable and within your control. And in this article we’ll review the things you can do to reduce eye baggage, and how Eyelasticity Age-Defying Eye Therapy can help.

Lifestyle Factors

Sleep With Your Head Elevated – When you sleep, fluid can accumulate under the eyes and contribute to eye bags and puffiness. Sleeping on your back and with your head on two pillows elevates your face while you rest and reduces fluid accumulation under the eyes.

Avoid Fluids Before Bedtime – Speaking of sleep, try not to drink fluids before you retire for the evening. With less fluid in your system while you rest there’s less fluid to build up and cause puffiness.

Avoid Salty Snacks – Foods that are high in salt can increase water retention, and the effect is magnified while you rest, when your metabolism slows to a crawl.

Drink Plenty of Water (During the Day) – This sounds ironic considering we just discussed how water retention can cause eye bags, but the name of the game here is to drink it during the day. Your body needs water to flush out toxins and keep skin taut and healthy.

Green Tea Bags – One of the famous old wives tales you’ve heard, cold green tea bags can, in fact, reduce eye bags. Chalk it up to an anti-inflammatory chemical called EGCG, which can reduce fluid accumulation and tighten the delicate skin in this area. Not into green tea? Use a slice of cucumber instead.

Eyelasticity Age-Defying Eye Therapy

The preceding tips can reduce eye bags, and it is true that bagginess affects some more than others and at an earlier age. But it is inevitable that, at some point, Father Time catches up to all of us. You will develop bagginess at some point. Is there a solution? Actually, there is.

Eyelasticity Age-Defying Eye Therapy is a gentle, yet potent formulation of proven natural ingredients with Swiss-derived patented peptides, including Eyeseryl, Syn-ake and Pro-Coll-One+. They’re ideal for the skin in this delicate area. And when combined, they do magical things.

In a recent clinical study, Eyelasticity Age-Defying Eye Therapy reduced under-eye puffiness in 95% of study participants. Seventy per cent of the volunteers saw improvements in less than two weeks and eye bags were reduced by thirty-two per cent.

Kinda makes you wonder why someone would spend $6,000 for a surgical eye lift, doesn’t it?

Less intrusive than surgery and much more affordable, Eyelasticity Age-Defying Eye Therapy is a safe and effective way to reduce eye bags and that dreaded “tired” look. We think it will take years off your appearance, for a happier, more beautiful you!

You know of Botox. You’ve heard that some consumers will pay big money for a facelift operation. But according to new research, the people who do so are unlikeable.

And conversely, people who fight aging with healthier, less intrusive methods are generally more agreeable and viewed with greater respect.

This is all according to recent studies conducted by the University of Toronto and published in July in the Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Science. And it’s yet another reason why Eyelasticity Age-Defying Eye Therapy should be your method of choice to treat fine lines, wrinkles and age around the eyes.

Woman Who Use Botox Considered Vain

In the first study, researchers asked 260 women to read about a woman who was between 50 and 70 and used either a facial cream or Botox to look younger. Half of the participants were young, with an average age of 18. The other half was older, around 70.

The older women were generally more accepting of anti-aging techniques than the younger women. But all of the participants, whether young or older, felt the woman was more likeable if she used a facial cream instead of Botox.

In a second experiment, a hundred female participants read about women who’d used one of four anti-aging techniques: sun avoidance, a facial cream, Botox or a surgical facelift.

Once again, the women who went with less intrusive methods to look younger were viewed as warm and more likeable compared to women who underwent expensive, more extreme measures.

The Eyelasticity Advantage

Having said this, there is no connection between Eyelasticity and the studies. The results are independent of all clinical research by the Skinception line of products.

But it does suggest that an eye cream like Eyelasticity is a perfectly acceptable way to treat age around the eyes, and there may be negative social consequences to Botox and surgical facelift procedures.

The results are particularly compelling when you consider that Eyelasticity treats fine lines, dark circles and puffiness around the eyes with comparable results as those Botox injections that cause so much controversy, to say nothing of fact that Eyelasticity is more cost-effective.

The Secret’s in the Formula

For example, take Regu-age, a patented peptide in Eyelasticity. In a clinical study, Regu-age reduced dark under-eye circles by up to 35% and with a 32% reduction in puffiness. And Eyeseryl, another ingredient in the Eyelasticity formula, improved puffiness in 95% of study participants.

But it’s the Pro-Coll-One+ that really puts out the jaw-dropping numbers, with a clinically proven 1,190% increase in collagen production. And in Eyelasticity, it’s ideally concentrated for best results, with fewer fine lines, tighter skin and younger eyes.

And yet, don’t mistake Eyelasticity for a synthetic cream. Has anyone ever told you to place green tea bags over your eyes to treat puffiness? That’s because green tea bags contain an antioxidant called EGCC, which tightens skin and is 200 times more powerful an antioxidant than vitamin E.

Eyelasticity’s formulated with Camellia Sinensis – green tea leaf extract. The same principle as putting tea bags on your eyes, minus the tea bags.

But you’ll really like the value with Eyelasticity. A $289.95 purchase for a six month supply and two free bottles and free shipping in the United States. The cost of Botox? About four times as much. For similar results, without the stigma.

See what’s going on here? You can achieve Botox-like results, with less age around the eyes and enjoy the respect of your peers. Look younger naturally, with Eyelasticity.