EyeSerum.com Review by Ronald Gold

The Sudden Change Under-Eye Firming Serum is a serum that claims provide a non-surgical under-eye “lift” whenever you need it by making lines, wrinkles, dark circles and puffiness disappear within 3 minutes of application!   This product is further said to lift, tighten and smooth out under eye problems so you can always look your best!  Sounds great, right?!

What sort of miracle ingredients could cause this sort of powerful, immediate “face lift”?  Let’s take a look!  The only key anti-aging ingredient in this product is Hyaluronic Acid, but Hyaluronic Acid alone cannot provide the type of results that this product claims to do.  This ingredient plays a very important role in filling fine lines and wrinkles, causing them to appear softened and not as deep, but it is not an ingredient associated with the reduction of under eye circles or puffiness.  In fact, the efficiency of Hyaluronic Acid as related to wrinkles has not been proven.  It’s not uncommon for eye creams and serums to lack the necessary ingredients to treat ALL the common under eye issues.

Many agree that the product does work within 3 minutes, but the results are not the type of results anyone would pay for!  Users reported that their skin immediately became dry (due to the alcohol in this product) and looked as if you Elmer’s glue under your eye.  It crinkles when you smile or have any movement that affects the area.  Water also adversely affects this product so you cannot wear this product on the day of a wedding, or a funeral or when planning to spend a day at the beach.  Other users reported lumpiness under the eyes and increased wrinkles.  The drying effect made existing wrinkles look worse, much deeper than they actually were.  The dry texture made make-up application impossible, so you’ll have to skip the under eye concealer.

Like with any product, some users had a positive experience, calling this product a true miracle, magically “erasing” wrinkles within minutes, further saying this product left their eyes feeling hydrated and refreshed, like the morning after a full 8 hours of sleep!

Often times, the old saying holds true, “you get what you pay for.”  This product is available starting at a mere $10!  Eyeshadow and mascara costs $10 nowadays, so buyers beware of a product that will magically erase wrinkles for that amount of money.  Half the time we can’t sneak out of our local coffee shop for less than $10.  With that being said, this product is available at many Walgreen’s so you won’t have to make a special trip to a department store or beauty boutique.  The company also offers a Full Money Back Guarantee, so if in fact you resemble Frankenstein after using this product, you can return it no questions asked.

We say try it.  For an investment that costs less than your office bagel run, what do you have to lose?  Besides a possible wrinkle or two?

12 Responses to “Sudden Change Under-Eye Firming Serum”

  1. Carole

    I purchased a bottle of Sudden Change, and I must tell you—- “buyer beware” ! I have sensetive eyes and this stuff started to irritate the eye area on contact. It did not work for me on any area of my eyes. This is truly one of those times when you get what you pay for!

  2. brunette

    Don’t be tempted! It doesn’t work. If it were such a miraculous serum it would cost a heck of a lot more than what it does. I didn’t even both trying to return it, i just pitched it.

  3. katia

    For $12, I thought it was worth a shot. It works to make you look better if you didn’t get a good night sleep. You can apply anytime. Dries quickly. Good product for the price.

  4. carolyn

    I always find it funny when ppl start complaining about a cheap product. Well duh. Of course it doesn’t work. It’s a cheap product. Before spending money on a product, do your homework. Read the review.

  5. Bradley Axsmith

    Purchased this from Walgreens, the product didn’t work at all. I took it right back to Walgreens though and returned it with no quesitons asked.

  6. carmella23

    this product is wrong for so many reasons. first of all, if you use too much, it dries, flakes and peels off, if you dont put on enough it doesn’t work. You have to hold real still until it dries and then if there’s any excess, you have to wipe it off with a wet tissue. u still have to use a therapuetic treatment at night. beware, if you get it in your eyes it will sting.

  7. brhorton9

    Anything that promises this kind of results isn’t sold for $10. Don’t waste your money. Put it towards a better product.

  8. Contact Lens Wearer

    Do not buy this product if you are a contact lens wearer. I accidentally got to close to my eye and it burned and burned. I took my contact out and rinsed it with solution, but when I put it back in, my eye continued to burn. I had to throw it away.

  9. Better out there

    Save your money and splurge on a $20-$25 product instead. There are plenty of good products in that price range, quite a few are talked about on this website. Skip this one altogether.

  10. Too Good To Be True

    When something sounds to good to be true it usually is. This product left a film under my eyes and it looked wrinkly when i put makeup over it. Thank goodness it was only $12.

  11. Emilene McDermit

    Yuck. this left a nasty film under my eyes as well. I purchased this at Walgreen’s so I’m taking it back next i have to go there.

  12. crazy04beauty@gmail.com

    I guess if you have a big event to go to and want to look awake and refreshed, it might work, but beware. It could make your makeup hard to apply or make it look gross if it makes your skin crinkle.

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