While certainly not equal in effectiveness, there are many available proposed solutions to skincare issues on the market. And among all the skin care products there are numerous so-called treatments for saggy, puffy, baggy eyes, many of the ones you’ll find for sale are more hype than help. Some are formulated with a list of raw ingredients and some sport labels with an enormous list of chemicals that are all but impossible to pronounce. There is one ingredient that, when a part of an eye care solution, is proven to work, leaving under eye bags packing.  This little miracle ingredient is something called Eyeliss, and if you haven’t heard of it, you owe it to yourself to try it.  


What’s in Eyeliss

Eyeliss, which is an active ingredient in Delaine Eye Contour Cream is a blend of the actives that you would expect to find in a $100 cream. It contains hesperidin methyl chalcone, steareth-20, dipeptide-2 and palmitoyl tetrapeptide-7. Hesperidin is a flavonoid found in citrus fruits and it strengthens capillaries (weak capillaries leak, which is what produces dark circles). Dipeptide-2 improves lymphatic drainage so that under eye bags are diminished. Palmitoyl tetrapeptide-7 is an antioxidant and one of the peptides that forms matrixyl 3000. Clinical trials have proven the effectiveness of these ingredients when used in combination. Additionally, there is plenty of anecdotal evidence attesting to the effectiveness of Eyeliss.


There are basically two physical reasons why bags form under the eyes. The first is that as we age, the tissues that support our eyelids and our orbital area begin to weaken.  This results in the skin starting to sag a little bit.  When that happens, the fatty tissue that is normally in our orbital area (for cushioning, etc) can migrate down, underneath the eye.The second physical cause of bags under your eyes is the retention of fluid.  The area under your eye is particularly susceptible to storing fluid.   If your body is retaining extra fluids for any reason, those excess fluids are likely to be stored in the area under your eyes.


Tetrapeptide-7 is a peptide designed to break up the fluid and fat accumulation under the eye, so that your body can quickly absorb it.  Tetrapeptide-7 is sold under the trademark name, “Eyeliss”.  it’s important to understand that not all  products for the skin under the eyes reportedly containing Eyeliss contain the proper percentage of concentration to be effective.  The scientific manner in which Eyeliss is formulated in Delaine Eye Contour Cream produces the ideal results that will work for all skin types, all ages, all eyes.