Sudden Change Eye Serum

Sudden Change Eye Serum

Sudden Change Eye Serum

Sudden Change Eye Serum claims to make “sudden changes” to the skin in 3 minutes.  Right away that tells you there is either A) a bogus claim or 2) a non-therapeutic product.  Serums without therapeutic value are more along the lines of make-up, and while they will provide a quick change to the visible appearance of wrinkles and fine lines, they will not create any long lasting nourishment to the skin, so with that in mind, proceed as you wish.

A quick glance at the product formula of Sudden Change Eye Serum…

I’ll point out the obvious – many people are opposed to the use of parabens.  I’m not one of those people, but if you are a paraben-free skin care product user, this product isn’t for you….(some link it to cancer, which is another story that I won’t get into as my research shows that’s baloney).
Looking at the ingredient make-up of this product, there is nothing impressive nor do they feature any of the big hitting ingredients you’d expect to find in the top rated eye serums.  When we looked around, this was priced for $12.99, which tells us that it’s merely impossible to have any of the expensive active ingredients in the formula.
That said, we didn’t take any time to try the product, and in this case, we’re going to judge the book by it’s cover and assume it’s not up there with the best as the active amounts just can’t be up to par of the best eye serums out there.  But if you are a just itching to buy an eye serum and on a shoe string budget, please do us all a favor and let us know if this product worked for you.  Not holding our collective breaths here, but miracles aren’t sold for $12.99.
We’ll wait for comments and reviews to flow in and reserve an official judgment.


  1. Jodi says:

    I used this product and it did work but I am trying to figure out why. You are correct that the results are only temporary but that doesn’t much matter on the morning that you wake up with puffy eyes. This shrinks them down almost immediately, but leaves a dry crusty film that must be massaged away with moisturizer. However, for it all it’s flaws, I must say that it is the only product that has worked for my under eye bags. Now I just have to figure out why.

  2. Ginger says:

    It’s a shame you didn’t give this product a try – it does work. I’ve been a smoker for 20 years and have smoker’s lip line. Instead of using this product as an eye serum, I use it atop my upper lip – it instantly firms up those icky lines.

  3. Gayle says:

    Thanks for your review, Ginger. Glad you came to point out that advice, that’s certainly going to help some smokers who visit here. Thanks a ton!

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