Alright, I’m not going to beat around the bush here. Holy moly, this stuff is awesome!
Dynamic Sonic Instant Eye Lift is a product designed to temporarily reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. I’ve tried products like this before, and while they are effective to an extent, many of them are messy, sticky, or look like absolute crap underneath makeup. One product I tried was so bad, I mean it formed like a coating, and actually started peeling up at the edges after about an hour or so! Ewww…
So, when I saw that Dynamic Sonic Instant Eye Lift didn’t appear to have any adhesives or “weird stuff” that could be unpleasant or problem-causing, I was very intrigued. Needless to say, I was ecstatic when I got the opportunity to try this stuff out!
Dynamic Sonic Instant Eye Lift purportedly results in the aesthetic benefits of an eye lift after just 90 seconds following application. The brand claims this stuff will reduce and smooth fine lines and wrinkles as well as tighten and firm the skin for 6-8 hours.
The star ingredient in Dynamic Sonic Instant Eye Lift is Veegum, which is known for its refining and tightening properties. Additionally, nourishing minerals help revive mature, tired skin.
Since I really like this and want to end on a positive note, I’ll start with the negatives. The first being the $395 price tag! The other negative is just a pet peeve I have, and I’m quite nit-picky when it comes to skincare. I don’t like gimmicky packaging, and the “syringe” style tube just screams “gimmick.”
Despite my initial dislike of the packaging, it does actually look pretty sleek! It also comes in a hard “quilted” box with royal blue foil print and a magnetic closure. Being a sci-fi nerd, the futuristic, “techie” presentation appeals to me. It looks like something out of a movie where scientists are dealing with some sort of rare antidote or testing a new “potion” of sorts.
The packaging of Dynamic Sonic Instant Eye Lift isn’t just about looks, though. With quality skincare, it’s important that the packaging protects the contents from light and air, which can cause degradation and render the product virtually useless (Kaur, Kapila & Agrawal, 2007).
I truly appreciate that this formula is not only protected from light and air, but it’s also very sanitary. No need to repeatedly dip your fingers into a jar, thereby introducing bacteria. It’s also convenient because you can dispense a very tiny amount, so there’s not really any waste.
To dispense the product, just twist the top part that looks like a syringe “plunger.” Then press lightly to dispense. The peachy colored formula is easy to apply, and doesn’t cause any stinging or irritation. However, as it begins to dry, you can feel a slight tightening sensation, but it’s not unpleasant. For reference, my skin is hypersensitive from using tretinoin, and I’ve had zero problems with this.
I first tried Dynamic Sonic Instant Eye Lift to get rid of the fine lines starting to form around my eye area. I still had some left on my finger, so I applied it to the smile line on the left side of my face. Then I figured, heck, I’ll put it on the elevens on my forehead, too. Literally, within minutes, my lines were nearly gone. Omg, this stuff is amazing!
After having good luck on my own face, we decided to try this on Jerry. He’s older than me, and his eye area lines are a bit more pronounced. The results were even more dramatic, taking at least 10-15 years off his appearance.
I tested the formula out both with makeup and without. I had no problems either way. They say if you end up with white residue, that you’ve used too much, and to just wet your fingers and pat the area. I never had this problem, though. Unlike other instant wrinkle products I’ve tried, this wore just fine under my makeup, with no weird texture, peeling, or flaking.
While I wouldn’t equate Dynamic Sonic Instant Eye Lift with the results of surgical procedures, I will say that you can get results comparable to laser treatments, and possible even Botox. I know, I know, I preach over and over that the only thing like Botox is Botox. Keep in mind that Botox lasts around three months, while these results are temporary.
If you’ve been considering an invasive cosmetic procedure, I urge you to give this stuff a try. There are no needles, no scalpels, and no irritating chemicals, so you don’t have to worry about the side effects that go along with those. Also, if you want to enhance your appearance for a night out or a special occasion, this is the PERFECT product!
While cosmetic procedures last months to years, Dynamic Sonic Instant Eye Lift can last even longer, depending on how much you use, and how often. The packaging does a great job of protecting the product from degradation, so this stuff can last a LONG time. Therefore, it’s actually a very good value, considering it really does work.
If you need an extra incentive to try Dynamic Sonic Instant Eye Lift, the brand has very generously provided a code you can use to get 25% off! Just click here and enter code D888D for a discount on taking years off your appearance!
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Kaur, I., Kapila, M. & Agrawal, R. (2007). Role of novel delivery systems in developing topical antioxidants as therapeutics to combat photoageing. Aging Research Reviews, 6(4). Retrieved June 16, 2016, from www.sciencedirect.com.
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