City Views – rapid repair eye cream
Interest is growing about a new facial skincare product from City Cosmetics’ called City Views, a rapid repair eye cream.
City Views is purported to offer superior anti-aging benefits, allowing the face to look younger by limiting the appearance of lines and wrinkles around the eyes.
It seems like there are new eye creams being sold every months, is this one any different than the rest?
What Makes Rapid Repair Eye Cream Unique?
City Views is designed to address the five signs of aging skin; wrinkles, sagging, dryness, puffiness, and discoloration. To treat these conditions, the product contains 3 unique ingredients listed below:
Argireline, otherwise known as acetyl hexapeptide-3, is a synthetic peptide used as an anti-wrinkle ingredient. A 2013 China-based clinical trial involving mice skin shows daily argireline application rejuvenates aging skin.
Retinyl, also known as vitamin A palmitate, inducts glycosaminoglycan which retains water and increases collagen production, likely improving skin and minimizing wrinkles.
Matrixyl 3000 is a proprietary ingredient said to tighten skin, reducing the appearance of lines and wrinkles. I couldn’t find any scientific research about Matryxyl 3000.
How To Use City Views
1. Clean and dampen face
2. Pat small amount of product around eye
3. Perform twice daily – once in the morning and again in the evening
Are There Any User Reviews?
Reading user reviews is one of the best ways to determine whether a skincare product works. Unfortunately, I was unable to find any unbiased reviews on the product.
How Much Does It Cost?
City Views can be purchased online directly from the company at citycosmetics.com and costs approximately $67 plus shipping and handling.
Final Thoughts on City Views
I love eye creams and think most of them are effective for improving skin health and limiting wrinkles. So when a new eye cream product claims to be unique and stand out from the crowd, I pay attention.
Unfortunately, I don’t see much in City Views to believe it’s the amazing eye product its advertising sets it out to be.
The product has good ingredients but many of them are unproven or are found in cheaper, comparable eye creams.
I also want to see more user reviews on a product before I spend $70 on it.
For these reasons, I think City Views has potential, but it needs more clinical evidence and user reviews before I suggest using it.