I got this Instant Eyelife at half price from work from memory, it retails for AUD 39.95 otherwise. Skin Doctors products generally are made in Australia, which is why I sometimes buy the brand. The two main ingredients are their BiocareSA and sodium silicate. Another two odd ingredients in the lists are Methylchloroisothiazolinone, Methylisothiazolinone. The instructions are pretty interesting: shake the bottle rigoriously to active the ingredients inside.
Then apply three small strokes, not too much and look ahead for 30 seconds as the serum dries and starts to work.
I just used a pump of the Instant Eyelift! The stuff dries white, but you can rub it off. The formula tigthens and I can feel my forehead (when I put it there) look a lot less wrinkly. The eyes do look less puffy, so this actually works! My bottle is 10ml, which is a decent amount when only a little goes around.
However, I do have a problem with this Instant Lift.
I am not sure what I reacted to .. .but after using this for a week this is what happened. This is most likely not sun damage as I still apply my SPF 50 and it’s winter down under. The redness is more obvious in camera, it also stings a little when I touch it. So this is my first reaction to a skin care product, particularly from Skin Doctors. While the product works, this is obviously not one for me. After ceasing, my skin is slowly clearing up, with a lot of rose hip oil.
Of course this Instant Eyelift from Skin Doctors work! It is sad that I have a bad reaction to it, does not mean that this is a bad product right? I think it is worth a try, and I was lucky to get it at half price so it wasn’t such a bummer.
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