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Hylexin

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Hylexin Review Summary



Accoding to Brennan Research Labs, there is a significant difference between normal, everyday under-eye circles and “serious” dark circles. While the former is the result of stress, hard partying, or too little sleep, the latter is a specific medical condition caused by blood leaking from capillaries and depositing in the under eye area. Once there, the blood oxidizes, turning into a dark purple ring resembling a bruise. Fortunately, Hylexin has a solution to help fade serious under eye circles and prevent them from coming back. According to the manufacturer, it may even reduce puffiness and restore elasticity to skin around the eye.

However, this product does have its limitations, and therefore does not represent a complete approach to anti-aging.


Ingredients at a Glance
The primary active ingredient in Hylexin is Hesperidin methyl chalcone, which has been shown to prevent capillaries from leaking.

Additional ingredients include Chrysin, a plant-derived flavonoid that functions as an anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory; Palmitoyl oligopeptide and Palmitoyl tetrapeptide-3, peptides that may help to stimulate collagen production; and other ingredients.


Ingredients in Focus
Hesperidin methyl chalcone, one mouthful of a flavonoid, is derived from citrus fruits. It helps to reduce capillary permeability, meaning that it helps to tighten the tiny blood vessels in the skin around your eyes and prevent them from leaking. It is this leakage that leads to unsightly undereye circles.

This ingredient also acts as an anti-inflammatory, helping to reduce puffiness and swelling.


Benefits to the Skin
Hylexin is likely to appeal to anyone who is frustrated by dark circles that never seem to budge, regardless of how long they loll around in bed on Sunday mornings. Although there are a number of products that claim to improve the appearance of tired-looking eyes, Hylexin claims that it was the first to develop a treatment that has been proven to lighten deep discoloration.

Of course, dark circles aren’t the only thing that can cause eyes to look tired. Bags and crow’s feet can be just as stubborn, and are often harder to get rid of once they appear. Hylexin may help to reduce puffiness somewhat, but to smooth the appearance of lines, consumers may want to try a peptide complex such as Matrixyl. This advanced ingredient has been shown to stimulate collagen production, increasing skin’s firmness and reducing the depth of wrinkles.


Positives
• Website cites scientific studies to validate product claims
• Automatic shipping available
• Offers discounts on the purchase of multiple tubes



Final Thoughts
With all of the news reports about workers logging longer hours and getting less quality sleep, it is no surprise that a product promising to eliminate dark circles would be greeted with such enthusiasm. However, according to Hylexin, serious “raccoon eyes” have little to do with how much sleep a person is getting and more to do with leaking capilaries.

For this reason, those with tired eyes may want to try an anti-aging treatment containing advanced collagen boosters before investing in a specialized treatment like Hylexin. After all, the right product and a good night’s sleep is a virtually unbeatable beauty regime.











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